Gov. Chris Sununu: America's Most Fiscally-Conservative Governor on ZERO Income Taxes and the 'New Hampshire Advantage'
November 28th, 2020 | 46 mins 56 secs
2020, advantage, cato institute, chris, conservative, deregulation, economy, family leave, fiscal, free market, governor, income, minimum wage, new hampshire, payroll, poverty, republican, sunnunu, tax, unemployment
After being ranked the #1 most fiscally conservative governor in the country by the Cato Institute, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sunnunu discusses the free-market policies that have led his state to success.
November 21st, 2020 | 33 mins 24 secs
2020, afghanistan, civil liberties, cliff maloney, drug war, election, foreign policy, free markets, gop, governors, libertarian, liberty, new hampshire, party, peace, politics, rand paul, republican, ron paul, state legislature, states, taxes, win at the door, young americans for liberty
Young Americans for Liberty President Cliff Maloney joins the show to break down YAL's massive success electing hundreds of libertarian-leaning state legislators and local officials including many victories this November. We discuss how this was largely achieved through the GOP and Rand-Paul-esque "liberty Republicans," in contrast to the ideologically purist but perennially unsuccessful approach of the Libertarian Party.
November 7th, 2020 | 37 mins 18 secs
2020, 2024, biden, criminal justice, drug decriminalization, election, foreign policy, gay marriage, immigration, jo jorgensen, justin amash, kamala harris, lgbt, libertarian party, marijuana, nominee, oregon, polls, spike cohen, trump, vote, voter
Friend of the show and libertarian-conservative political commentator Hannah Cox joins the podcast to discuss election week, what policy might look like under a Biden-Harris administration, and the Libertarian Party's disappointing results.
October 31st, 2020 | 52 mins 39 secs
2020, amy coney barrett, biden, big tech, breakfast, censorship, corporate america, culture, facebook, feminism, h1-b visa, identity politics, immigration, islam, jobs, media bias, new york post, section 230, sharia law, skilled, trump, twitter, unskilled, wages
Conservative YouTuber and Blaze TV host Lauren Chen joins the show to discuss identity politics and media bias, plus debate how to handle Big Tech censorship and immigration.
October 24th, 2020 | 30 mins 54 secs
2020, afghanistan, amy coney barrett, biden, court-packing, dc statehood, election, first amendment, food, foreign policy, fourth amendment, gop, immigration, kentucky, libertarian, mayo, privacy, puerto rico, rand paul, second amendment, senator, supreme court, surveillance, trade, troops, trump, war
Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky joins the show to discuss why he's voting for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, the 2020 election, why he DESPISES mayonnaise, and more.
Steve Forbes: The COVID-19 Response, Trump's Record, and Why Biden's Economy Would Be An 'Unmitigated Disaster'
October 10th, 2020 | 44 mins
2020, bailout, business, capitalism, china, congress, covid-19, deregulation, donald trump, economy, environment, forbes, joe biden, kamala harris, national debt, policy, response, socialism, steve forbes, stimulus, stock market, tariffs, taxes, trade war, trump
Forbes Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes joins the show to offer a free-market perspective on COVID-19 stimulus, the Biden agenda, and President Trump's economic record.
October 3rd, 2020 | 46 mins 1 sec
#metoo, 2020, ab 5, accusers, biden, bill clinton, brad polumbo, breaking boundaries, brett kavanaugh, budget crisis, california, christine blasey-ford, college, democrat, donald trump, dorms, economy, fox news, gig economy, jo jorgensen, joe biden, national debt, orange county, progressive, rape, regulation, tara reade, taxes, tiana lowe, trump, usc, washington examiner
Washington Examiner journalist and conservative commentator Tiana Lowe joins the show to discuss watching her home state of California collapse under the weight of failed progressive economic policies and share her unique perspective on the #MeToo movement that runs against both side's narratives.
September 12th, 2020 | 46 mins 1 sec
2020, antifa, black lives matter, chaz, chop, city council, criminal justice reform, democrats, election, gay, jenny durkan, joe biden, law and order, lgbt, looting, police, politics, protests, race, republicans, riots, seattle, trump, violence
This summer, rioters and looters ransacked the streets of Seattle with impunity in the wake of George Floyd's death. A group of insurrectionists literally set up an "autonomous zone" ruled by a warlord where multiple people were killed. Seattle radio host Jason Rantz joins the show to break down the summer's events from beginning to end, analyze what it means for Trump in 2020, and tell us what it's like to be a conservative in a leftist "utopia."