Mary Katharine Ham, senior writer at the Federalist, and Lisa Bonos, editor of the Solo-ish column at the Washington Post host a conversation on relationships, dating in the age of social media, and the infamous 'Bachelorette.'
Ben Domenech visits the New York Times' offices to sit down with staff editor and writer Bari Weiss. They discuss Trump's foreign policy, conservative representation in legacy media organizations, Jordan Peterson and other cultural phenomenons.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.