Uncommon Knowledge Episodes (25)
Senator Rob Portman: The Exit Interview
In this interview, Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) discusses his legislative record, his accomplishments, his disappointments, and the changes in the culture of Washington DC, that he has witnessed in his 30 years of service.
The Heat Is On: Bjorn Lomborg on the Summer's Record Heat
The summer of 2022 saw record temperatures recorded all over the world. Bjorn Lomborg acknowledges that climate change is here, and humans are largely responsible for it. Lomborg also discusses practical ways to lower our carbon footprint and emissions.
The Wrath of Kan: A Soviet-Born Anthropologist on Stalin's Gulag
Dartmouth College anthropology professor Sergei Kan was born in the Soviet Union after the death of Stalin. He came to the United States in 1974 at the age of 21 and taught the native people of Alaska, the Jewish diaspora, and Russians.
Not Buying It: Myths about the Black Experience in America
Glenn Loury, a social science professor, Ian Rowe, the cofounder of Vertex Partnership Academies, and Robert Woodson, the founder of the Woodson Center, debunk The 1619 Project and advocate for the restoration of the Black family and the Black church.
By Design: Behe, Lennox, and Meyer on the Evidence for a Creator
Michael Behe, John Lennox, and Steven Meyer are on the case for an intelligent designer of the universe and everything in it. They point out flaws in Darwin's theory and the evidence that points to an intentional design and creation of the physical world.
Peter Thiel, Leader of the Rebel Alliance
With his interests in technology, politics, and culture, Peter Thiel has often been described as a Renaissance man. In this interview, we cover his support for candidates running as outsiders, why technology has not fulfilled many of its promises, and why California is America’s incubator for ideas and growth.
Uncommon Knowledge Clips
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Jimmy Lai explains the widening crackdown the Chinese Communist Party is imposing on Hong Kong.
Available Now: James Mattis
Preview James Mattis on 'Uncommon Knowledge,' available now on Fox Nation.
Preview Uncommon Knowledge: Thomas Sowell
Thomas Sowell discusses identity politics, reparations, and more in the newly revised edition of his book, 'Discrimination and Disparities.' He analyzes why discussions of racial group success cannot be explained by race and how birth order has a greater impact on IQ than race or location of birth.
Preview Victor Davis Hanson and 'The Case For Trump'
Victor Davis Hanson discusses his new book, 'The Case For Trump.' He analyzes why President Trump’s election campaign was so successful amongst blue collar supporters and how he connected with voters in a way that other politicians never have.