episodes about Politics
Episode 93 “The Post Office: Explained” with Brian McNicoll
Confused about what’s going on with the Post Office?
I've been. So I asked my friend Brian McNicoll, who has written extensively about the post office for many years and has a real feel for its economics and the politics, to clarify what’s going on.
In our conversation he explains, “the Post Offi ...
Episode 88 “Enough is Enough” with Donna Rice Hughes and Colby May
Some of society's problems are just so upsetting that it's hard to imagine that they continue to exist, or in fact, are spreading. Well, this episode explores one of the worst: Internet child pornography and sex trafficking. Internet pornography been called the largest unregulated social experiment in history. Ushered it into the cultural mainstream, it enjoys increasingl ...
Episode 85.2 A conversation with Michael Pack, Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Agency for Global Media
In part two of my conversation with Michael Pack, I talk with Michael about what it's like to be a conservative filmmaker in today's America and how documentaries have become almost the exclusive playground of the left. Michael Pack is an extraordinary man. President and co-founder of Manifold Productions, he has produced and directed over 15 documentaries, broadcast on PBS and has had an incredib ...
Episode 77 “Countering the Lethal Narrative of the 1619 Project” with Kenneth Blackwell and Bob Woodson
“The most effective way to destroy a people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” George Orwell
Episode 76 Steve Moore on the Trump Economy
Last week I interviewed economist Steve Moore at a conference with conservative leaders. While the capital markets selloff and bad coronavirus news had not yet had hit galeforce levels, as it has this week, they were looming.
Episode 68 “An Impeachment Behind Closed Doors” with Jenny Beth Martin
Jenny Beth Martin discusses politics, the Trump impeachment and why she co-founded the Tea Party Patriots.
Episode 67 “Why It’s OK to be a Black Republican” with Star Parker and Winsome Sears
Star Parker and Winsome Sears discuss race, religion, poverty, and our addiction to government.
Episode 53 Why Some States Get Rich, While Others are Going Broke-Jonathan Williams and Seth Grove
There are right ways for states to manage their economies – and some very wrong ones. So if you wanted to make your state more prosperous, wouldn’t it be helpful to have the tools to determine how it will perform years into the future? They exist.
Episode 52 Part 1: Ed Meese on the Mueller Report with Ron Nicol
We had the good fortune to have Ron Nicol and Edwin Meese on The Bill Walton Show the day the Mueller report was released. Meese, a former U.S. Attorney General, says Robert Mueller should have made a decision on obstruction of justice by the president and that at least one of his attorneys was a “totally irresponsible, unprofessional, unscrupulous lawyer” whom “should not be in any part of the Department of Justice.” There’s much more in this penetrating analysis by one of our foremost Constitutional authorities.”
Episode 37 Why The Senate’s Ritual Defamation Of Brett Kavanaugh Threatens Every American
“Any rational observer of the Democrats’ non-stop character assassination machine can see that something is seriously sick in our republic. Instead of allowing Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee were permitted to use trumped-up, hip-pocketed charges to stage a show trial more in tune with a totalitarian system.” Stella Morabito – The Federalist