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54 minutes | Apr 11, 2017
United Airlines, Guest Michael Rubin
Seth and Chris on the doctor removed from the United Airlines flight. Guest Brandon Weichert, author at American Greatness and national security expert, says the strike on Syria reminds the world that America is still here. The "Trump and Russia" narrative has completely fallen apart. The praise for President Trump on Arab social media over the weekend over the Syria bombing. Guest Michael Rubin, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and author of "Dancing With The Devil: The Perils of Engaging Rogue Regimes", on Syria.
55 minutes | Apr 7, 2017
Seth Leibsohn and Hugh Hallman
Chris is out today, so Seth and in-studio guest Hugh Hallman talk about the Syria bombing. And Hugh interviews Seth about his life.
54 minutes | Apr 6, 2017
Syria, Guest Ed Morrissey
The left wing media no longer defends the Obama Administration's approach to Assad in Syria. Everything you need to know on Syria, from two veterans who called in. Ed Morrissey, Senior Editor and Correspondent for HotAir.com, host of The Ed Morrissey Show, and a regular columnist at The Week and The Fiscal Times, on his latest column, "Susan Rice and the Media That Will Only Investigate Republicans."
54 minutes | Apr 4, 2017
Susan Rice scandal, Guests Byron York and Andrew McCarthy
The scandal involving former Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice, and how CNN now has to cover it. Guest Byron York, Chief Political Correspondent for the Washington Examiner, on Susan Rice, and the minimal impact of the leaked Podesta emails. Andrew McCarthy, Senior Fellow at the National Review Institute, on what he thinks has taken place regarding the surveillance scandal and what the legal ramifications are.
55 minutes | Mar 31, 2017
Terrorism Unacceptable; Guests Jay Solomon and Kathryn Lean Lopez
Terrorism is not an acceptable price to pay for living in a big city. Wall Street Journal columnist Jay Solomon, author of The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, and the Secret Deals That Reshaped the Middle East, on whether Iran has modernized. Kathryn Jean Lopez, editor-at-large of National Review Online, on Vice President Pence's uncontroversial, but counter-cultural, self-imposed personal rules of conduct.
55 minutes | Mar 30, 2017
Media and Trump, Guests Michael Medved & Dr. Kelli Ward
Michael Medved, author of the new book, The American Miracle, on how fortunate we are to be Americans. The media's continued campaign against President Trump. Dr. Kelli Ward, who will be running for U.S. Senate in Arizona in 2018, on the disappointing health care debate.
54 minutes | Mar 28, 2017
Guests Julie Ponzi, Rosie Gray, David Reabois
Julie Ponzi, Senior Editor at American Greatness, joins Seth and Chris in studio. Guest Rosie Gray, writer for The Atlantic, on her article profiling Michael Anton, entitled "The Populist Nationalist on Trump's Security Council." Guest David Reaboi, national security expert, on the lasting effect of the Obama-Iran deal.
55 minutes | Mar 24, 2017
Health Care, Guest Henry Olsen
Paul Ryan's health care bill goes down. How much longer can he remain Speaker of the House? Guest Henry Olsen, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, on health care. President Trump needs to get back to his agenda.
54 minutes | Mar 23, 2017
Lone Wolf, AHCA, Guest Andy Roth
The incorrect portrayal of the London terrorist as a "lone wolf." Whenever you hear the "Conservative case" for something, beware. Obamacare replacement should have been easy to sell. Guest Andy Roth, Vice President of Government Affairs at Club For Growth, on why the American Health Care Act wasn't passed. More on the American Health Care Act's failure.
54 minutes | Mar 21, 2017
Constitution, Paul Boyer Interview
If the Constitution is a living, breathing document as Democrats say, how is it still a Constitution? How do we define Conservatism? State Representative and House Education Committee Chairman Paul Boyer, on education reform and how to avoid teacher exoduses.
55 minutes | Mar 16, 2017
President Trump's budget, Guest Ben Boychuk
It is energizing for President Trump to go back out and talk directly with his supporters. President Trump releases his budget plan. Guest Ben Boychuk, Managing editor of American Greatness, on President Trump's budget and the health care bill.
54 minutes | Mar 14, 2017
Cruelty of Obamacare, Guests Michael Walsh and John Fonte
The cruelty of health insurance costs rising, and coverages being lost, under Obamacare. Michael Walsh, screenwriter and author of The Devil's Pleasure Palace, on Leftist violence and the Ryancare meltdown. John Fonte, author of Sovereignty or Submission: Will Americans Rule Themselves or be Ruled by Others?, on the most important aspects of immigration policy.
53 minutes | Mar 10, 2017
Guests Matt Boyle, Marc Fisher
The good news continues when it comes to the economy. Guest Matt Boyle, Washington Editor of Breitbart News, discusses the conservative reaction in Congress to Paul Ryan's health care proposal. Marc Fisher, writer at the Washington Post and author of "Trump Revealed", the definitive biography of President Trump, on where some of President Trump's phrases - different from typical Republican phrases - come from. And a Left wing student in Michigan's hate crime hoax has been exposed.
55 minutes | Mar 9, 2017
President Trump's remaking of politics, Victor Davis Hanson interview
Donald Trump is remaking American politics by bringing pro-America Democrats from the economic world into the Republican party. An NYU study shows Hillary Clinton would have been less likable as a man. Victor Davis Hanson, American military historian, columnist, former classics professor, scholar of ancient warfare, and National Review Institute fellow, on the Democrats' pull to the hard left, and its consequences.
55 minutes | Mar 7, 2017
Obamacare replacement, Guests Andrew McCarthy and Stephen Moore
The Republicans' bill is to replace Obamacare, not repeal. Andrew McCarthy of National Review and former federal prosecutor on Obama's wiretapping of President Trump and the legal consequences for Obama and his senior aides. Stephen Moore, Distinguished Visiting Fellow for Project for Economic Growth at The Heritage Foundation, on what President Trump's economic priorities should be over the next couple years, and his thoughts on the Obamacare replacement. Charles Krauthammer's prediction that if Republicans get the change done, they'll own it.
54 minutes | Mar 2, 2017
Sessions...and Guest Heather Mac Donald
Jeff Sessions made a mistake recusing himself, as he did nothing wrong. Talk of "Russia" should really mean exposure of the DNC. Heather Mac Donald, Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal, and author of the War on Cops, on how President Trump has halted the false narrative about policing that thrived during the Obama Administration. Heather's latest piece," Law and Order, Under New Management" https://www.city-journal.org/html/law-and-order-under-new-management-15037.html
54 minutes | Feb 28, 2017
Previewing President Trump's Speech, Guest Sean Noble
Previewing President Trump's speech to Congress tonight. Do Republicans care about freedom as much as Democrats care about big government? Guest Sean Noble of DC-London, political analyst and consultant, previewing the Trump Address to Congress. What he should say, and what he will say. President Trump has accomplished a lot so far.
55 minutes | Feb 24, 2017
Friday Live From CPAC - Schlichter , Ward, Greer, Habighorst
Chris is live from CPAC for one final day. President Trump had fun with his CPAC speech today. Senior Townhall columnist Kurt Schlichter on how long it will take for Republicans in Congress to fall in line with President Trump. Dr. Kelli Ward, Republican running for Senate in 2018, on her CPAC experience and the good spirits there. Alex Habighorst and Marjorie Jeffrey of American Greatness on the different energy in the air at CPAC this year. Scott Greer, author of "No Campus For White Men", on the different crowd at CPAC this year, and the rallying of Republicans around President Trump.
55 minutes | Feb 23, 2017
From CPAC...Guests Matt Boyle, Rosie Gray, Mark Krikorian, and Ryan Girdusky
Matt Boyle, Washington political editor for Breitbart News, on the difference between having just any trade deal, and doing what's best for America. Government gets its legitimacy from the citizens. Rosie Gray, staff writer for the Atlantic Monthly. How has CPAC changed this year? Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, on the dangers of local law enforcement officals trying to negate the law enforecement activity of ICE. Ryan Girdusky from Red Alert Politics, on the coming together of the Republican party behind President Trump, as compared to this time last year.
55 minutes | Feb 21, 2017
Violence and Censorship
Violence and censorship in America are overwhelmingly coming from the Left, not the Right. The media as the 4th branch of Government...and the most important branch is We, the People. The media's strategic use of the term "undocumented" instead of "illegal." The belief on the Left that the Right has no right to govern.
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