Mary Katharine Ham, senior writer at the Federalist and Star Wars novice, chats with and Kristen Soltis Anderson, a Washington Examiner columnist and long time Star Wars fanatic.
Ham and Anderson discuss the order in which Mary Katharine should watch the films, her reaction to her first viewings, and how the films have held up over time.
Charlie LeDuff is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, formerly at the New York Times and the Detroit News, and author of the new book, "Sh*tshow: The Country's Collapsing... And the Ratings Are Great."
In old fashion, gonzo-style reporting, LeDuff traveled across the country talking to Americans, reporting on the tragic, desperate ways their lives are crumbling and why the media fails to tell their stories.
David Frum is a senior editor at The Atlantic and author of the new book, "Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic." Domenech asks Frum for his thoughts on the changing nature of human relationships, robots, immigration, free speech and debate in society, and the current policies of the Trump administration.
Olivier Knox is the Chief Washington Correspondent at SiriusXM and the President of the White House Correspondent's Association. Knox and Domenech discuss possible reasons for a decline in trust of the media and changes in how consumers respond to or engage with new stories.
Mattie Duppler, fellow at the National Taxpayers Union and President of Forward Strategies, joins Mary Katharine Ham to recap Prince Harry and Meghan's royal wedding, discuss Trump's spending rescission request to Congress, the aftermath of the tax bill, and summer work out trends.
The Supreme Court struck down a ban on sports gambling, allowing states to legalize betting on both college and professional sports. We talk to three experts in various fields: Ilya Shapiro of Cato about the legal issues, Bill James about the impact on sporting events, and to ESPN reporter David Purdum about the economics and impact on the gambling industry.
Salena Zito is a reporter, columnist, and co-author of the new book, "The Great Revolt: Inside the Populist Coalition Reshaping American Politics." Zito joins Federalist Radio to share what she found after interviewing more than 300 Trump voters across 10 swing counties. How is the American electorate shifting and what is the national media leaving out of the conversation?
Howard Kurtz is a media analyst, Fox News host, and author of the new book, "Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War over the Truth."
Kurtz's book includes in-depth reporting on White House insiders and reporters' contempt for President Trump. He discusses the evolution of news media, Trump's relationship with Morning Joe, and other White House drama the media loves to hate.
Peter Suderman, managing editor at Reason magazine, gives us a spoiler-free guide to the new Marvel movie, "Avengers: Infinity War," and other movies we can expect to see from Marvel franchises and characters in the future. Suderman addresses questions like, "Are crossover stories a cop out?" and "Is Robert Downy Jr. too old to play Iron Man?"