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.'
Franklin Foer is a writer at the Atlantic, formerly editor at The New Republic, and author of the new book, "World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech." Foer and Domenech discuss big tech monopolies, what happens when Silicon Valley meets journalism, and the new world of misinformation.
Emily Jashinsky is culture editor at the Federalist. She joins Ben Domenech in studio to discuss the cultural surge around #MeToo, and it's manifestation into politics, comedy, and this moment in American history. They discuss the backlash to Norm MacDonald's new show, Louis C.K., the comparisons of Anita Hill to the Kavauangh hearings, and the direction of comedy.
Ken Starr, former special prosecutor, has written his definitive account of the Clinton impeachment in a new book, "Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation." Ben Domenech interviews Starr on the common misconceptions of his investigation, memorable moments, regrets, and the similarities between Clinton's case and the investigations of the current President.
"I did not know where the road might lead. I would say that I was reasonably prepared but not fully prepared given the dimensions...the public narrative and reaction was so overpowering."
Fox News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt, joins Ben Domenech in studio to discuss the Kavanaugh accusations, populism, and his new book, "Every Man a King: A Short, Colorful History of American Populists." Their discussion includes history's favorite populists, the rise of Donald Trump style populism, and the political game being played around Bret Kavanaugh's nomination.
Mark Leibovich, reporter and bestselling author of "This Town," is out with a new book probing the world of football and the issues that plague the NFL. "Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times" chronicles the story the despised Roger Goodell, the eccentric team owners, and the fate of the league's cultural dominance.
Ann McElhinney is an Irish filmmaker and author of the New York Times best selling book, "Gosnell: The Untold Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer." McElhinney describes how her and her husband came to discover the Gosnell trial, the lack of media coverage, and the challenges of producing and selling a movie that Hollywood didn't want made.
Yoram Hazony is an Israeli philosopher, Bible scholar and one of the world's leading political theorists. His new book, "The Virtue of Nationalism," argues that nationalist movements like the election of Trump and Brexit are not putting the world in danger, and why the world should be built on independent, self-governing nations. Hazony shows how the Old Testament models political order based on the independence of a nation living within limited borders alongside other independent nations.
Hadley Heath Manning is director of policy at Independent Women's Forum. Manning joins Bre Payton in studio to reflect on the anniversary of 9/11, and discuss recent policy pushes on healthcare and paid family leave.
Bill McMorris is a writer at the Washington Free Beacon and a self-proclaimed Bro. McMorris and Ben Domenech update their ranking America's bros and the facets of bro culture. What does the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh mean for bros across America? Who are the bros running for 2020? They debate other bro and not-bro athletes and politicians including Jimmy Kimmel, Ted Cruz, Colin Kaepernick, Ryan Gosling, Keith Hernandez, and more.