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Episode 108: So much fraud…Too little time? with The Honorable Kenneth Blackwell

12/08/2020

Guest(s): Kenneth Blackwell


The Hon. Ken Blackwell is back with the latest in the fraud investigation related to the 2020 Presidential election. With less than a month to go until Congress is scheduled to count the electoral votes, we discuss what needs to happen and why fraud isn’t the only obstacle the Trump campaign needs to overcome. ...

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Episode 107: Surviving COVID with Dr. Jay Richards

12/06/2020

Guest(s): Jay Richards


Weeks after our interview with Dr. Jay Richards, co-author of “The Price of Panic: How the Tyranny of Experts Turned a Pandemic into a Catastrophe”, he contracted COVID-19. Now recovered, Jay tells me about his personal experience with the virus, discussions he had with front line healthcare workers and why they don’t wear the masks that the rest of us wear. We also look at how vaccines ...

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Episode 106: Illegal Voting and the 2020 Election with Jim Agresti

12/01/2020

Guest(s): Jim Agresti


As the investigation into the 2020 Presidential Election continues, questions about the legitimacy of some voting machines and mail-in ballots are only part of the issue. Jim Agresti, Founder and CEO of "Just Facts" joins me to talk about how non-citizens were able to cast ballots to help tip the scales in favor of Joe Biden. ...

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Episode 105: Commercial Real Estate in a COVID World with John Scheurer

11/29/2020

Guest(s): John Scheurer


People are working from home and traveling less these days due to COVID-19. That’s resulted in a lot of companies re-evaluating whether they need a brick and mortar space, and the hospitality industry struggling to fill rooms. Commercial real estate expert John Scheurer and I discuss the current state of the market and where it’s likely to head once the Coronavirus is behind us. ...

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Episode 104: Does Voter’s Remorse Lie Ahead? with Brent Bozell

11/26/2020

Guest(s): Brent Bozell


While Trump voters knew who they were supporting, a new study shows many of those in swing states who voted for Joe Biden didn’t really know him at all. Brent Bozell, President & Founder of the Media Research Center details the poll, the realities of our mainstream media, where we as a nation go from here in regard to the White House, and how to get the social media companies to give all ...

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Episode 103: Section 230 – Mend it, Or End it with Klon Kitchen

11/24/2020

Guest(s): Klon Kitchen


If you’ve ever had a post flagged on or removed from social media, you need to know about the arcane sounding Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act.  Klon Kitchen, the Director of the Heritage Foundation’s Center for Technology Policy joins me to take an in-depth look into Section 230 - called “the 26 wo ...

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Episode 101: “We’re in the Fight” with Ken Blackwell and J. Christian Adams

11/19/2020

Guest(s): Christian Adams, Kenneth Blackwell


On this special edition, we continue our in-depth look at what’s happening with the Trump campaign’s battle over the counting of legal votes. The Hon. Ken Blackwell, advisory board member of the Trump/Pence 2020 Campaign and J. Christian Adams, President and General Counsel of the Public Interest Legal Foundation discuss the latest on the recount process and the strategy moving forward. ...

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Episode 100: “Do the votes matter at all? with Tom Fitton”

11/17/2020

Guest(s): Tom Fitton


For our 100th episode, we continue to take an in-depth look into the 2020 Presidential election. As the lawsuits by the Trump campaign continue, we chat with Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. He is the author of “ ...

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Episode 99: “Is time running out for President Trump?” with John Fund

11/12/2020

Guest(s): John Fund


On this special edition of the Bill Walton Show, we talk about the fight for the White House as the legal battle continues by the Trump campaign.  But is there enough time to get it through the courts? John Fund with the National Review is skeptical. ...

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Episode 98: “Fact-Free Journalism with Mark Tapscott and Brian McNicoll”

Guest(s): Mark Tapscott, Brian McNicoll


Last month Atlantic ran a hit piece on President Trump that was notable, even by today’s low standards of journalistic practice, for its invisible sourcing.  It remains news because it typifies the realities of our increasingly fact-free media environment. “It’s based on four anonymous sour ...

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Episode 97: “Paying the Price of Panic” with Dr. Jay Richards

10/13/2020

Guest(s): Jay Richards


“The human costs of the emergency response to Covid 19 have vastly outweighed its benefits.” So argue, backed by a vast amount of research, scholars Jay Richards, William Briggs, and Douglas Axe, authors of “The Price of Panic.” For the first time in history, the world has shut itself down - by choice - for fear of a virus whose dangers have been ...

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Episode 96: “Making a Difference: HillFaith” with Mark Tapscott

10/02/2020

Guest(s): Mark Tapscott


“If you wanted to aim at the heart of the matter to bring about a more virtuous Washington DC where would you start? For Mark Tapscott, the award winning investigative journalist, editorial page editor and founder of HillFaith, the answer is clear: share the Good News of His Gospel with congressional staffers on Capitol Hill. “If you were asked, who’s the most influential but least wel ...

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Episode 95: “When Politicans Panicked” with John Tamny

Guest(s): John Tamny


Talking with John Tamny about his upcoming book “When Politicians Panicked: The New Coronavirus, Expert Opinion, and a Tragic Lapse of Reason." His premise, and I agree, is that experts aren’t the answer to crisis, they are the crisis. What was needed at the onset of the virus was leadership wise enough to let sensible Americans figure out how to protect themselves. Information coming from ...

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Episode 94: College Football: Money Culture Politics with John Tamny and Brian McNicoll

Guest(s): John Tamny, Brian McNicoll


It’s Saturday in September and there’s no Big Ten football being played today. But in a not-so-surprising reversal, just weeks after Kevin Warren, the Big Ten commissioner, pointedly said the decision not to play this year would “not be revisited”, they revisited. They just announced that it will start up its fall football season October 24. Why the change? Of course it faced pres ...

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Episode 93: “The Post Office: Explained” with Brian McNicoll

Guest(s): 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 ...

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Episode 92: “The Covid Coup” with Angelo Codevilla

Guest(s): Angelo Codevilla


“From early March 2020 on, the best-known authorities on epidemics—the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control— have presented the COVID-19 respiratory disease to the Western world as a danger equivalent to the plague.  But China’s experience, which its government obfuscated, had already ...

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Episode 91: “Howard Zinn’s War on History” with Jarrett Stepman and Dr. Mary Grabar

Guest(s): Jarrett Stepman, Mary Grabar


There is no historian like Howard Zinn. Certainly no other history book has taken the place of the Bible at the swearing-in of an elected official . But in 2019, Howard Zinn’s “A People’s History” was the sacred object on which newly elected Oklahoma City council member JoBeth Hamon chose to place her hand for her oath of office . “For ...

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Episode 90: “Forget Covid 19. Worry about EMP.” With Dr. Peter Vincent Pry and Frank Gaffney.

Guest(s): Frank Gaffney, Dr. Peter Vincent Pry


It’s time to wake up to an existential risk that looms infinitely larger than anything posed by the Covid 19 virus.      Electromagnetic pulse (EMP). EMP can be caused by a naturally occurring solar storm, a nuclear weapon or something as simple as a manmade suitcase sized device and would collapse electric grids and electrical critical infrastructures all over ...

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Episode 89: Why Ayn Rand Matters Today with Tal Tsfany

Guest(s): Tal Tsfany


Many of us have read Ayn Rand's novels especially, “Atlas Shrugged” and the “Fountainhead.” But I have been surprised to learn how her ideas and philosophy have continued to resonate throughout the world many years after her novels were first published.   To learn more about this I asked Tal Tsfany, President and CEO of the Ayn Rand Institute to come on the show to talk about the Ayn Rand ...

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Episode 88: “Enough is Enough” with Donna Rice Hughes and Colby May

Guest(s): Colby May, Donna Rice Hughes


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 ...

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Episode 87.1: Reality Economics 101 with Don Boudreaux and John Tamny

07/02/2020

Guest(s): Donald J. Boudreaux, John Tamny


A must see and wide ranging conversation about all things economic with Donald Boudreaux, best-selling author, professor of economics at George Mason University who writes the popular blog Cafe Hayek and John Tamny, editor of Real Clear Markets, an editor for Forbes Magazine and the author of “The End of Work” and “They’re Both Wrong.”

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Episode 86: The True Human Costs of Government Imposed Lockdowns with Jim Agresti

06/17/2020

Guest(s): Jim Agresti


Medical studies show that excessive stress and anxiety are among the most debilitating and deadly of all health hazards in the world.    Beyond their obvious effects like suicide and substance abuse—these mental stressors are strongly related to and may trigger and inflame a host of ailments like high blood pressu ...

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Episode 85.2: A conversation with Michael Pack, Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Agency for Global Media

Guest(s): Michael Pack


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 ...

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