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What is driving racial tensions in America? KingFace, conservative activist and founder of the D.A.D. Project, sits down with Candace Owens for a conversation on how Black culture shapes political ideology. Watch now.
Is Black Lives Matter hurting or helping the Black community? Does it represent — or is it a diversion — from the Dream of Martin Luther King, Jr.? Candace Owens and Marc Lamont Hill discuss race relations in America from opposite ends of the political aisle. Tune in!
This week, Candace Owens discusses the hot-button issues of the day: reactions to her viral video on Black Lives Matter, Rayshard Brooks, defunding the police, and the state of Black America. You don’t want to miss this.
Is there a separation of church and state? Should pastors discuss political and controversial issues from the pulpit? Candace Owens and Pastor Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills discuss the church’s role in culture and politics in this episode. Watch now!
Dave Rubin, host of The Rubin Report and author of Don’t Burn This Book joins Candace Owens again for a conversation on the ideological differences between the Left and the Right. Don’t miss it!
Is climate change our biggest threat? Will the world end in 12 short years? Is the Green New Deal our only hope to correct the impact? Alex Epstein, author of The Moral Case For Fossil Fuels, joins Candace Owens this week to set the narrative straight on climate change.
PragerU founder Dennis Prager joins Candace Owens in the studio once again for a conversation on anti-Semitism, the indoctrination on college campuses, and feminism’s impact on society. They also discuss the importance of wisdom in both politics and culture.
Jocko Willink drops by the Candace Owens Show this week to discuss masculinity, why discipline brings freedom and success, and how his experience as a U.S. Navy SEAL transformed his outlook on life. Listen now!
Standup comedian Nicole Arbour joins Candace Owens in the studio this week to discuss the future of comedy, Hollywood’s cancel culture, and the life-altering car crash that transformed her life. Don’t miss it.
Does the free market have the answers needed to solve urban issues, such as crime, poverty, stifling regulations and incarcerations that plague our inner cities? Charles Blain, founder of Urban Reform, discusses these solutions on this episode of The Candace Owens Show.
Can the creation of a U.S. military space force boost the economy, maintain American sovereignty, and preserve world peace? General Steve Kwast joins Candace Owens this week for a discussion on how a national space force will impact global relations.
Slavery is alive and well today. Human trafficking is a booming business that is being propelled by both the powerful and our on-demand sexualized culture. Tim Ballard, former special agent and founder of Operation Underground Railroad, joins Candace to discuss how society aids this multi-billion-dollar criminal enterprise.
Iran is a hotbed of political tension. What fuels the violence and terrorism that stems from the Middle East, and what role does the West have in the conflict? Lisa Daftari, foreign affairs expert and journalist, sits down with Candace Owens this week to discuss. PragerU is a 501c3 non-profit organization. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a tax-deductible donation: https://donate.prageru.com/CO
Can gun safety training, conflict resolution, and a larger number of concealed carry permits actually help reduce crime? Maj Toure, rapper and founder of Black Guns Matter, joins Candace Owens for a conversation on the Second Amendment and how it empowers minorities. PragerU is a 501c3 non-profit organization. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a tax-deductible donation: https://donate.prageru.com/CO
How do we stop the endless wars? Does the private sector hold the answer? Blackwater founder and former U.S. Navy SEAL, Erik Prince, discusses the controversy surrounding the national security company during the Iraq War and how bureaucracy harms national security. PragerU is a 501c3 non-profit organization. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a tax-deductible donation: https://donate.prageru.com/CO
In this episode, Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) sits down with Candace Owens in Washington, D.C. to discuss energy resources and policy, his experience serving in the U.S. Navy, and why liberty globally is at stake. PragerU is a 501c3 non-profit organization. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a tax-deductible donation: https://donate.prageru.com/CO
On this special episode, UFC Welterweight Champion Colby Covington joins Candace Owens for a conversation on masculinity, the world of professional wrestling, and the importance of personal responsibility. Make sure to tune in! PragerU is a 501c3 non-profit organization. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a tax-deductible donation: https://donate.prageru.com/CO
What are the top issues facing Black Americans today? The left claims it is white supremacy and racial discrimination, but is that the truth? Taleeb Starkes, author of Amazon #1 bestseller Black Lies Matter, sits down with Candace Owens to discuss the tactics of the racial grievance industry. PragerU is a 501c3 non-profit organization. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a tax-deductible donation: https://donate.prageru.com/CO
The American healthcare system is broken. The cost of premiums has skyrocketed, quality has decreased, and red tape has engulfed the industry. How do we fix this crisis? Katy Talento, former lead health advisor to President Donald Trump, joins Candace Owens this week to discuss how to solve the looming catastrophe. PragerU is a 501c3 non-profit organization. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a tax-deductible donation: https://donate.prageru.com/CO
Dr. Ben Carson, the 17th Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, joins Candace in the studio this week for a very special episode. Secretary Carson shares his personal story of growing up in poverty to becoming a world-renowned brain surgeon. He also discusses overcoming racial prejudice and the importance of education.
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Derek Yater

I just discovered KingFace with this podcast and followed him on Twitter. The topics he touches in this episode with Candace are what really need to be talked about on MSM because it seems like the white owned MSM are telling the narrative for Black America when it should really be told by the people that know it first hand. Tired of these white martyrs trying to fight for something that most know nothing about. Where do they learn this shit? Certainly not in their country clubs and subdivisions, am i right?

Jul 14th
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Christy Parker

Love this!

Jul 13th
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K.D. Michael

UNITY! yassssss! such a fantastic podcast, uplifting, and honest!

Jul 13th
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Andre Skeete

LOve Me some Candace!!!

Jul 12th
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Doug Gabbard

Finally a civil discussion from a liberal. He did not call names, he didn't scream. I get so tired of the hate I see. While I am conservative, Mark made great points and did a far better job than any liberal I have ever heard. The respect from both sides was refreshing. Thank you

Jul 4th
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Brian Shaw

To Ms. Owen's, the name of the young frail asthmatic black man, and also injected with some drug(Kenamine) by paramedics for what I don't know. He was walking home wearing a mask as we all do...he loved to play the violin, and he had special needs, he is one more added to a list of dead black, brown men and women. Let's say his name Ms. Owens... Elijah McClain!!

Jul 2nd
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derrick clinton

Candace I have just started following you and I love you. Keep being great, love you.

Jul 2nd
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Brian Shaw

I would also like to address the BLM movement, how do you think BLM came into being? Well, for starters, (I will try and spell the names correctly), Tameer Rice, 12 years old, Eric Garner, Ahmad Arbery, Rayshard Brooks, Laquan McDonald, Sandra Bland, John Crawford, Stephon Clark, George Floyd. I stopped counting 5 years ago at 123 deaths of unarmed black people at hands of armed police (mostly white). The Black community HAD to respond, something had to be done or the 123 deaths would turn into 246 deaths, and to this day we're still being killed by the police, a frail asthmatic, under weight, violin playing non-aggressive black named Elijah (can't remember his last name) was recently killed walking home from the store by police. This is the reason Black Lives Matter was instituted. If you Candice, can come up with a better idea, I would think twice about insulting a movement that is for the preservation of INNOCENT Black lives.

Jul 1st
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Brian Shaw

Ms. Owen's and your following, I hear your point about the Black community covering up or dismissing black on black murder in the streets. In the Black community the residents are threatened with retaliation by these very same gang members about our black children dying in the streets. Now, the answer to this community problem has been the F.O.I., they comb black communities seeking gang members and drug dealers and taking care of the problem. How they do it, I don't know, but, Gang members in my community along with street corner standing drug dealers have disappeared never returning. So , Ms. Owens you must visit the Black community and speak to the people about the F.O.I., you will see and hear the difference, far from your conservative thinking. Now, a killing is a killing, or nicely put Homicide; is still a killing by another human being, the law will not excuse murder just because a cop was on the job for one day; if a cop is not sure of what do to on the job then, he or she needs more training! You say George Floyd was a terrorist and that he's been to prison 9 times?, that is questionable, however, let's concede that point. George Floyd, Candice, paid his debt to society by SERVING HIS TIME. He was released from prison, which means according Old English Common Criminal Law he has a fresh start in life. Thus, Mr. Floyd has the privilege and rights as do all Americans the pursuit of happiness, without worry of being murdered!

Jul 1st
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Teddy

So it's ok to spit in my coffee.

Jul 1st
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Seajay Dial

Candice Owens is a goddess and she wrecks this dude with the truth.

Jun 30th
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Christi Sewell

This was a very interesting conversation. I wish we had more of them.

Jun 30th
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Matt Pando

all words are made up! so you MUST say this new word bigot! this guy...

Jun 29th
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Matt Pando

this is the type of black apologist that is teaching our youth... fuck.

Jun 29th
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Matt Pando

isn't the root of diversity " to divide"? so the goal of diversity is to divide us...

Jun 29th
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Derek Yater

Candaceean circles around this clown. Sorry ass professor At some liberal college

Jun 29th
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E J

Amazing job, Mr Lamont!! 👍👍👍 Thank you SO MUCH for having the courage and spirit to come on this show and defend your views! If only we could all do this, we would REALLY start to have some progress! Thank you thank you thank you!!

Jun 29th
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ElizaBeth Marshall-Smith

I like Marc.... I honestly do. He can disagree without being rude and unkind. He is however, desperately, strugglingly wrong... bright, smart, educated, and intelligent( only one of which he's responsible for )... but very, very wrong

Jun 28th
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Ronald J Pitts

This guy lost all credibility when he stated that SATs are not an accurate predictor of college success. Is that why all of the top students have the best SAT scores? He has a lot of courage facing Candace though.

Jun 28th
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Jeffery Stensland

I can't believe this guy is a professor, God help the youth and future of this country.

Jun 28th
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