January 27th, 2021 | 40 mins 17 secs
alex nowrasteh, amnesty, biden, border, cato institute, day one, deport, economy, executive order, illegal, immigration, plan, policy, president, rush, security
President Biden has made immigration one of his first policy priorities, introducing a sweeping policy plan on his very first day in office. Cato Institute immigration scholar Alex Nowrasteh joins the show to break it down.
Daniel Di Martino: How Socialism Destroyed My Home in Venezuela and What the Right Gets Wrong on Immigration
December 5th, 2020 | 33 mins 43 secs
aoc, bernie sanders, chavez, communism, conservative, countries, daniel di martino, deficits, democratic socialism, democrats, denmark, destroy, education, expatriote, food, gop, green new deal, grocery, healthcare, hugo, ilhan omar, immigrant, immigration, inflation, lines, maduro, modern monetary theory, money, nationalization, nicholas, nordic, norway, nutella, shortages, socialism, spending, squad, stephanie kelton, sweden, trump, united states, venezuela
Venezuela expatriate turned free-market economist Daniel Di Martino joins the show to explain how socialism ruined his home country and forever altered his life trajectory.
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.