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Congressman Jim Banks takes a break from being interviewed to become the interviewer! Join the Indiana Congressman as he chats with all types of guests—hardworking, humble leaders from Indiana to high-profile national figures. Conversation will be raw, authentic and in-depth, and you never know where it’ll go by the end of the episode. The only thing that will remain consistent week-to-week is that there will be coffee!
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 In this episode of Grounded, Congressman Banks is joined by Paige Willey. A former advisor in the Trump White House and host of “THIS IS YOUR COUNTRY” podcast, Paige explains how restoring American greatness requires moral courage from Republicans in Congress. 
In this episode of Grounded, Aaron Gaff, author of The Grading House: A Memoir, joins Congressman Banks to talk about his book and growing up on Simon's Orchard in Larwill. The former family business operated by Gaff's grandparents serves as the backdrop for a conversation about a more simple, honest time. 
On this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, the congressman is joined by Autumn Christensen, Vice President of Public Policy for Susan B. Anthony List. She explains why the pro-life movement should be hopeful about the pending decision of the Dobbs Supreme Court case later this month and what lawmakers can do to further protect the unborn in the months and years ahead. 
In this episode of Grounded, Congressman Jim Banks is joined by Sarah Parshall Perry, senior legal counsel at the Heritage Foundation. The two discuss the disastrous consequences, including the end of girls’ sports as we know it, of the Biden Administration’s pending change to Title IX. 
In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, Jim talks with U.S. Naval Academy graduate Cam Collier, who serves as the chairman for Congressman Banks’ Service Academy Board. Mr. Collier explains the application process for military service academies and how the next generation of military leaders are developed. 
This is special episode of Grounded with Jim Banks is the third and final of three conversations recorded at the inaugural Northeast Indiana Defense Summit. It features a conversation with The Wires of War author Jacob Helberg. Congressman Banks and Helberg talk about what the United States needs to do to keep pace with China. 
This special episode of Grounded with Jim Banks is the second of three conversations recorded at the inaugural Northeast Indiana Defense Summit. It features a conversation between the congressman and entrepreneur Palmer Luckey, who founded Oculus Rift and defense company Anduril. They discuss the future of warfare and why Luckey got involved with the defense industry. 
This special episode of Grounded with Jim Banks is the first of three conversations recorded at the inaugural Northeast Indiana Defense Summit. It features House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Mike Rogers in a discussion with Congressman Banks about the National Defense Authorization Act and what northeast Indiana can do to grow its defense industry footprint.
In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, the congressman is joined by Alliance Defending Freedom’s senior counsel Emilie Kao to discuss the left’s radical gender ideology and how it’s weaponized against children and parents.    
Allen County Commissioner Therese Brown could write the book on local government. In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, she shares with the congressman her experiences serving as county clerk, auditor and commissioner. She also explains how people can get involved in local decision-making.  
From pushing back against Biden’s bloated budget to modernizing our national security, Congressman Banks shares an update on his efforts in Washington and at home.
In this episode of Grounded, Congressman Banks talks with tech expert Kara Frederick of the Heritage Foundation to discuss holding Big Tech companies accountable. She shares her experience as a conservative working for Facebook and suggests a game plan for lawmakers to rein in Big Tech’s power in Washington.     
On this episode of Grounded, Congressman Banks sits down with the Free to Learn Coalition’s Alleigh Marré to discuss the importance of empowering parents, putting our kids before political agendas, and ending the teaching of Critical Race Theory. 
In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, the congressman talks with John Urbahns, the president and CEO of Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. John shares what has helped make the Greater Fort Wayne Region one of the fastest-growing areas in the Midwest, and plans to make Fort Wayne one of the most prosperous regions in the country by 2032. 
On the latest episode of Grounded, Rep. Jim Banks sits down with former government official and attorney Andrew Kloster to discuss Critical Race Theory and vaccine mandates. Andrew was one of the drafters of the executive order President Trump signed in September 2020 to ban Critical Race Theory in the federal government. Andrew also helped explain the two Supreme Court cases related to vaccine mandates and how the 100+ million Americans affected by them are impacted by SCOTUS’ recent decisions. 
In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, the congressman sits down with immigration expert Mark Krikorian to discuss the breakdown of America’s immigration system under Joe Biden and what Republicans need to do to fix it when they take back the majority.
As we talk about the Democrats’ War on Parents, Congressman Banks interviews one father who received national attention for standing up to his local school board. Hear his story in this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks.
In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, the congressman talks with New Haven, Indiana Mayor Steve McMichael. The two discuss the importance of keeping the community running during the pandemic and successes that are leading to a brighter future.  
In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, the congressman sits down with District Communications Director Chris Darby to reflect on 2021 and look ahead to 2022. 
In this episode of Grounded with Jim Banks, Jon Schweppe of American Principles Project joins the congressman to talk about Conservatives’ fight to defend free speech and rein in the power of Big Tech.  
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Luke North

Jim Banks is a horrible politician. I’m sure this podcast is garbage as well.

Dec 18th
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