Aaron Sibarium doesn’t claim to be a kind of genius, but he doesn’t exactly run away from the suggestion either. Co-host of the “Institutionalized” podcast and a reporter for …
John Hayward consistently and quietly offers the smartest takes on just about every policy issue you can think of. So… “who” is he?
Ophthalmologist turned congresswoman Nan Hayworth was redistricted out of office, but if anything that’s helped her see more clearly than ever what a mess government has made of healthcare.
Chase Geiser is just one American, but he’s one who seems to have come out of nowhere to attract attention and respect for his One American podcast. How did this …
Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute, both dedicated to the proposition that economics so matters. But does culture for into it? Jeff says yes.
Have the joys of fatherhood mellowed Will Chamberlain? Or was his starting a family the radical move we were waiting for? Tune in for Will’s return.
If you listen to Ariadna Jacob, you won’t be puzzled by how she’s managed to stay so ebullient and optimistic after what Team Cancel tried to do to her. So… …
Jim Hanson believes America matters – a lot. That’s why he wants to win this civil war without firing a shot.
Chris Rufo is leading the fight for common sense, rationality and an end to racial divisiveness in the schools and everywhere. In other words, he’s struggling against Critical Race Theory.
Josh Hammer, Op-ed editor for Newsweek, returns to the show to discuss the further deterioration of free discourse, and how wokeness is threatening the core values of the legal profession.