Charlie Kirk: 'I know nothing but war in my entire life.'
The Positive Populist Episodes (18)
Reihan Salam makes the case against open borders
Reihan Salam is the executive editor of the National Review. He has a brilliant new book out called 'Melting Pot Or Civil War? A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders.' Salam is a big influential figure in politics. He joins us today to share his fascinating political origin story.
Jason Chaffetz: 'Listen, the Founders wanted this to happen.'
We welcome Jason Chaffetz to the podcast. Chaffetz is a retired politician and now a political commentator. Chaffetz shares his journey from high school, through his business career, and serving in Congress, and his role as a political analyst.
'America’s Favorite Black, Gay, Republican'
Rob Smith is an Iraq War veteran, political analyst, and contributor for Turning Point USA, referring to himself as 'America's favorite black, gay, Republican.' Steve and Rob discuss his childhood in Ohio, his 'coming out' stories, and how he went from being a Democrat to a staunch Republican.
Tomi Lahren: 'I really wanted to challenge and I wanted to inform… start a dialogue'
Fox Nation's Tomi Lahren explains her perspective on starting a dialogue and engaging people with a different point of view, talks about the audience's reaction to her appearance on 'The Daily Show,' and tells us about her new book, 'Never Play Dead: How the Truth Makes You Unstoppable.'
Tammy Bruce: 'It's the economy that sets us free.'
Tammy Bruce is a radio host and contributor on the Fox News Channel. There was a time when Bruce supported and represented the ideas of a 'classic liberal.' She served as the president of the Los Angeles chapter of NOW for six years. But, later found that the liberal ideas were no longer the right fit.