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In this episode, we talk with Victor Avila a retired supervisory special agent for ICE and author of Agent Under Fire. We talk immigration from the enforcement side rather than the policy side. It is a shockingly raw and real description of what's going on at the border. Victor also describes the harrowing attack by a Mexican cartel that he survived but, unfortunately, his partner Jaime Zapata did not.Support the show (
Alan Wolan, host, The Genius of Thomas Sowell podcast.Support the show
Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies discusses the problems with America's immigration system.Support the show
This week we talk to civil rights icon, Clarence Henderson. He talks about the historic Woolworth lunch counter sit in, racism - then and now, economic empowerment, and our cultural problems today. Support the show (
Charlie Camosy, associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University discusses his latest book, Losing Our Dignity: How Secularized Medicine is Undermining Fundamental Human Equality.Support the show (
This week we talk with Dr. Chloe Carmichael, clinical psychologist and author of, Nervous Energy. We discuss how anxiety can be used for good, free speech, personal responsibility and mental illness, the problem with trying to prevent everything that is bad, and how radical ideas are hurting her profession.Support the show (
Tamuira Reid, Associate Professor of Writing at NYU, joins us to set the record straight on the topics we cover, especially trans rights.Support the show (
Kara Dansky, feminist and author of The Abolition of Sex, joins the team to talk about the rabid push to prioritize gender identity and how it is harmful to women and girls.Support the show (
Jeremy Adams, high school teacher and author of Hollowed Out explains his warning about America's next generation.*Warning* Wilfred is working blue this episode.Support the show (
New York Times bestselling author, 'recovering' investment banker, and big hair enthusiast, Carol Roth joins us to discuss the state of the union, capitalism, and her latest book, The War on Small Business.Support the show (
Karol Markowicz, Columnist NY Post and Fox News, Contributing Editor at The Spectator and Contributing Writer at the Washington Examiner., discusses her move to Florida and the impact of Covic restrictions on kids.Support the show (
DePaul University Professor of Philosophy, Jason Hill discusses his latest book, What Do White Americans Owe Black People? Racial Justice in the Age of Post-Oppression.Support the show (
Delano Squires, Fearless w/Jason Whitlock and Blaze contributor and scholar at 1776 Unites comes on to discuss the black family.Support the show (
This week we talk with  Rebekah Koffler a Russian-born U.S. intelligence expert (DIA and CIA National Clandestine Service) and author of Putin's Playbook.We discuss her life in the U.S.S.R., Putin's plans for Russia, our national security issues, and the dangers of socialism/communism.SHOW LESSSupport the show (
Our guest this week is Dr. Peter Boghossian. He is a Founding Faculty member at the University of Austin, Texas, an advisor to the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism (FAIR), and the director of National Progress Alliance. We discuss his book, How to Have Impossible Conversations, the culture, the legitimacy crisis, and more.Support the show (
In the first episode of 2022, we speak to Chris Ferguson, professor of psychology at Stetson University about his book, How Madness Shaped History.Support the show (
Charles, Shemeka, and WilFRED discuss the year's top stories and revisit memorable moments from the show.Support the show (
This week's guest is New York Times columnist Bret Stephens. The group discusses Biden's job performance, the problem with Democrats and Republicans, the cultural decline, and the looming presence of Donald Trump.Bret brought the heat and the Home Team was up for the challenge.Support the show (
Fox and Friends host and author Brian Kilmeade discusses his latest book, The President and the Freedom Fighter: Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Their Battle to Save America’s Soul.They have an in-depth conversation about the book and the tremendous lives of Lincoln and Douglass and, as usual, the team finds a way to segue into the current cultural climate, the failures of the GOP, waves of feminism, and whether or not Shemeka could bring a white man home.Support the show (
Adam Coleman, founder of Wrong Speak Publishing, discussed his book Black Victim to Black Victor.Home - Wrong Speak PublishingTwitter - @wrong_speakSupport the show (
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