The Federalist Radio Hour

Jamie Weinstein, host of The Jamie Weinstein Show at National Review, joins Ben Domenech in studio for a conversation on media bias, the consumption of news, and why judicial nominations are broken.

The Federalist Radio Hour
00:50:00 10/4/2018

Past Episodes

Ben Domenech interviews former special assistant to the President, Cliff Sims, about his tell-all book, "Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the Trump White House." Sims discusses his path to DC, his relationship with Trump, and what the West Wing thinks about him now after he's written about them publicly.
00:52:00 2/21/2019
Newspapers ran to push "Russian Spy" headlines after the U.S. government arrested Maria Butina in 2018. But who is she really, and does the U.S. really have evidence she is an unregistered agent of the Russian Federation? Journalist James Bamford joins the Federalist Radio Hour to share his reporting on Butina and other coverage of the American intelligence community.
00:57:00 2/19/2019
John McAfee is a businessman, cybersecurity innovator, exile, and potentially the Libertarian Party nominee for 2020. McAfee calls in from Central American to discuss cybersecurity, big government, socialism, and his conflict with the authorities in Belize. Matt Welch, editor at large at Reason, also joins the show to share his thoughts on McAfee and the direction of the Libertarian Party.
00:49:00 2/17/2019
Sean McFate is an 82nd Airborne veteran, former private military contractor, and professor of war studies at the National Defense University. McFate provides a real world perspective on how corporations, mercenaries, and rogue states often have more power than "nation states." His new book, "The New Rules of War: Victory in the Age of Durable Disorder," explores the future of military engagement and what we must know if we want to win.
00:52:00 2/14/2019
The National Football League was not always the dominating organization that it is today. John Eisenberg is a Baltimore Ravens columnist and author of "The League: How Five Rivals Created the NFL and Launched a Sports Empire." They discuss the history of the NFL through its tumultuous early decades, where it's going now, and how sports journalism has changed.
00:51:00 2/12/2019
Here's the good and the bad from Sunday night's Grammys award show, and what to expect from the upcoming Oscars in a few weeks. Federalist writers Ellie Bufkin, Emily Jashinsky, and Madeline Osburn discuss the best performances, the anticipated politics, and the unfolding celebrity drama of award season.
00:54:00 2/10/2019
James Hohmann, national political reporter at the Washington Post, joins Ben to discuss a heavy news week including Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal, the future of the Democratic Party in Virginia, and the billionaires at Davos.
00:49:00 2/7/2019
Where does the concept of social justice come from and what happens when social justice begins to govern a society? Noah Rothman is the Associate Editor at Commentary Magazine and author of the new book, "Unjust: Social Justice and the Unmaking of America." He joins Ben Domenech to discuss how social justice has changed not just our academic culture, but our businesses, personal interactions and everyday life.
01:03:00 2/5/2019
What is a "classical education" and what are the benefits of "school choice?" Executive Editor Joy Pullmann interviews educators Tom Cox and Nathanael Rea about the nexus between freedom and education, what parents should look for in their child's school, and ways adults can engage in classical learning later in life.
01:05:00 2/3/2019
Matthew Kroenig joins Ben Domenech for a discussion on nuclear strategy, CIA director Gina Haspel, missile defense, and the situation in Venezuela. Kroenig is the Deputy Director for Strategy, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security at Georgetown University.
00:55:00 1/31/2019

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