The Federalist Radio Hour

Latest From The FDA And Scott Gottlieb On Drug Trials, Nicotine, And Opioids

Mike Riggs, reporter at Reason Magazine, writes on drugs, the FDA, substances, and criminal justice. Riggs joins this episode of Federalist Radio to discuss the agenda of the new FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb and other changes and concerns coming out of Trump's Food and Drug Administration. Riggs explains new legislation on "right to try" drug trials and how bureaucrats are attempting to address the opioid crisis.

00:49:00 4/1/2018

Past Episodes

John Lingan is the author of the new book, "Homeplace: A Southern Town, a Country Legend, and the Last Days of a Mountaintop Honky-Tonk." Lingan has searched out the stories and legends of one small town, Winchester, Virginia. Domenech and Lingan discuss themes of his book: country music, local celebrity, and dying Appalachia communities.
00:55:00 7/17/2018
Jeremy Peters, New York Times politics reporter, joins Federalist Radio to discuss Trump and Putin's relationship, the unity of Republican voters, and the growing divide in the Democratic party.
00:54:00 7/16/2018
Randy Barnett is a Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University Law Center and author of, "Our Republican Constitution: Securing the Liberty and Sovereignty of We the People." Barnett joins Ben Domenech to dive into SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh's judicial record. They discuss 4th amendment issues, John Roberts, and what to expect from the hearings in August.
00:54:00 7/15/2018
Bre Payton, staff writer at The Federalist, and Kelsey Harkness, senior producer at The Daily Signal, chat about this week's hearing with FBI Agent Strzok, the push for a plastic straw ban, and how the mob pressured Scarlett Johansson into backing out of a trans acting role.
00:51:00 7/12/2018
Eugene Jarecki is the director of a new documentary, "The King," about Elvis and America. Jarecki drives Elvis Presley's 1963 Rolls-Royce Phantom V across the country (which sold for almost $400,000 at auction), conducting interviews on the contrasts between American politics in the eras of Elvis and Trump.
00:47:00 7/11/2018
Annie Lowrey writes about economic policy at The Atlantic and is the author of the new book, "Give People Money: How a Universal Basic Income Would End Poverty, Revolutionize Work, and Remake the World." Lowrey and Domenech discuss the war on poverty, technology, the future of work, and what would happen if we gave everyone $1000.
00:52:00 7/10/2018
Shannon Bream is Fox News' Legal Correspondent and anchor of "Fox News @ Night." She joins Ben Domenech in studio to recap last night's nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the biggest decisions delivered by SCOTUS this year, and what it's like to report on the judicial branch.
00:46:00 7/9/2018
New York Times Columnist David Brooks joins Ben Domenech in studio for a discussion on the tectonic shifts in culture and community, the American establishment, and the effects of social media.
00:58:00 7/8/2018
Serhii Plokhy is a historian of Eastern Europe and Harvard Professor. He joins Federalist Radio to discuss his new book, "Chernobyl: The History of a Nuclear Catastrophe." Plokhy uses his first hand knowledge of Ukraine and the Soviet Union to tell the stories of the firefighters, scientists, and the thousands who fell ill after the nuclear disaster.
00:56:00 7/5/2018
In honor of Independence Day, Ben Domenech reads speeches and remembrances from Calvin Coolidge, Frederick Douglass, Alexis de Tocqueville and more. These leaders' thoughts on freedom, liberty, slavery, and democracy are worth revisiting as we celebrate U.S. independence.
00:59:00 7/2/2018

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