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Author: Charles Love and Wilfred Reilly

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An insightful podcast that discusses the news of the day and cultural issues plaguing our society. The goal of the show is to bring logic and context to these topics and address solutions, something that is rarely discussed by mainstream pundits. The trio has a knack of approaching serious issues with tremendous wit, humility, and occasional humor but never from a place of anger and with absolutely NO BULL!

119 Episodes
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
Carrie Gress is a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and a Scholar at the Institute for Human Ecology at Catholic University of America. She joins us to discuss her latest book, The End of Woman: How Smashing the Patriarchy Destroyed Us.Support the show
Tiffany Justice, co-founder of Moms for Liberty, discusses educations, parental rights, white supremacist accusations, and more. She and Wilfred have a fiery discussion over book banning.Support the show
GA State Representative Mesha Mainor joins us to talk about her party switch and the community issues that led up to them.At the end or the interview, Charles mentions an event Representative Mainor is joining him at. Here's the link - SEE Vision Summit.Support the show
Dr. Randall Bock talks about his book Overturning Zika: The Pandemic That Never Was. We discuss what mistakes were made, what we learned, and why we keep following the same pattern when it comes to Covid and other viruses.Support the show
WURD radio host Nick Taliaferro joins us to discuss cultural issues and where black liberals and conservatives agree and disagree.Support the show
Writer and co-host of the Smoke 'Em if You Got 'Em Podcast, Sarah Hepola, discusses her book, Blackout.Support the show
We talk education with Katharine Birbalsingh, headmistress of the Michaela School in London.Support the show
Peachy Keenan (The American Mind and The Federalist), discusses her new book, Domestic Extremist: A Practical Guide to Winning the Culture War.Support the show
Rio Veradonir, editor-in-chief of Queer Majority talks LGBT rights and the Left's obsession with "the gays."Support the show
Christy Kelly, Sour Patch Lyds, and Clarity Speakz talk about today's women's issues. Support the show
John Mattingly, Sgt. Louisville Police Department (Ret.), discusses his book 12 Seconds in the Dark and the shooting he was involved in that became international news.Support the show
"Rabbit," The Rabbit Hole84 on Twitter, discusses, statistics, viewpoint diversity, citizen journalism, and separating fact from fiction. They discuss police shootings, changing sex, implicit bias, and affirmative action.Support the show
The Christian conservative rapper talks politics, LGBTQ, culture, and his latest hit song Reclaim the Rainbow with host Shemeka Michelle.Support the show
Chris Ferguson, professor of psychology at Stetson University and author of Catastrophe! How Psychology Explains Why Good People Make Bad Situations Worse. Discusses the book and how partisan politics can be a hurdle to solutions.Support the show
Shannon Thrace, author of, 18 Months, discusses how gender identity destroyed her marriage.Support the show
Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Michele Tafoya joins us to talk about sports, the culture, and why she walked away from her dream job.Support the show
Brown University Economics professor Glenn Loury joins us to discuss the cultural divide, truth, and his visit to a private school in Boston, MA.Support the show
Wink and Jen join us to discuss their new book, Letters in Black and White: A New Correspondence on Race in America.Support the show
Natasha Dunn from the Black Community Collaborative discusses the migrant issue in her neighborhood, Chicago politics, and what people talk about away from Twitter. Support the show
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