Jonah Goldberg is our guest for episode 74.
He’s a senior editor for The National Review, a syndicated columnist, a Fox News contributor and a New York Times best-selling author whose new book, “Suicide of the West,” is available for preorder and will be released on April 24.
In this conversation we examine the Trump staff shakeup, how cable news is affecting his presidency, where the Mueller inquiry may be headed, how Trump’s first year went, what the PA-18 special election tells us, whether Trump can be reelected, and whether ideas matter anymore.
North Korea is the subject of the 73rd episode.
The stunning news that President Trump will meet with the North Korean leader before May to discuss denuclearization made international news.
Our guest is Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL), a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
We discuss the importance of the meeting, whether preconditions are necessary, whether South Korea would likely be included, how the maximum pressure campaign and the credible threat of military force contributed to this development, how sanctions relief and independent verification might work, and whether Kim Jong-Un may be stalling for time.
Then we turned our discussion toward his experiences dealing with the Trump White House, what the Congress should do for the rest of 2018, and how we views the midterm elections.
Phillip Stutts is our guest for the 72nd episode.
He’s a fascinating interview for two reasons.
First, he just wrote a best-selling book, “Fire Them All: The 7 Lies Digital Marketers Sell…”, which reveals much about how digital strategy works in politics and business.
Second, he has been battling a rare disease for several years. About a year ago he made a startling and deeply personal decision.
His story will inspire you.