“Insurrection, But Legal”

Lawyer and law professor William Jacobson fights the good and lonely fight in the chilly – in more ways than one – air of Ithaca. Luckily the creator and spirit …

“Litigating the Next Election”

After 2020, Cleta Mitchell gave up her private law practice to focus on one thing only: Righting the wrongs visited on America’s election process by state governments, courts, and political …

“Safe for Work”

Candice Horbacz loves her life, but won’t say it’s for everyone. It certainly isn’t. The actress also known as Eva Lovia talks about censorship, boundaries and growing up.

“The Ukraine Singularity”

Lee Smith has been researching and writing about the Ukraine factor in American politics for years. It’s about China, Democrats, Republicans, wokeness – and the contempt of rulers for their …

“Irina’s World”

Lawyer and international affairs analyst Irina Tsukerman was born in the Ukraine, but not yesterday. She discusses Putin’s war, Ukraine’s politics and much more in this fascinating and timely episode.

“Tony Schaffer the Day After”

When the US government approved, and then censored, and then bought every copy of his book, Operation Dark Heart, former military intelligence officer Tony Schaffer learned what getting censored is …

“How Sweet It Is”

  Serial entrepreneur, speaker, author, and early social media adopter Matt Sweetwood talks about how his real Job One has enabled him to weather the changes and come out on …

“First Amendment Extremist”

  Marc Randazza is a stubborn type, but he’s paid his dues – in First Amendment advocacy and otherwise. As a result, he’s watched the so-called free speech bar leave …

“Mr. Smith Bolts From Washington”

Journalist Lee Smith, known on Twitter as @LeeSmithDC, doesn’t live there any more. But the author of The Permanent Coup and The Plot Against the President isn’t missing anything.