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Money In Politics: A chat with Michael Steele
This week's episode features a conversation with Michael Steele, the former RNC Chair and Lt. Gov. of Maryland, on the role of money in today's political landscape, the impact of public campaign financing, and how to fix it going forward.
|Apr 18, 2021|
An Objective Press: A chat wth S.E. Cupp
Columnist and TV host S.E. Cupp of CNN and the New York Daily News joins Adam this week to discuss the media landscape, the rise of opinion journalism, and the impact of both on the political landscape and national discourse.
|Apr 01, 2021|
The Hard Truth: A chat with Mayor David Holt
This week's episode features Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt, who penned an Op-Ed two days before the insurrection that Adam Kinzinger found particularly inspiring. The topic: It's always best to tell constituents the truth, even if it's not what they want to hear, because the short term pain is better than the long term pain caused by helping them to believe a lie (e.g. January 6th).
|Mar 26, 2021|
Moving Forward: A chat with Peter Wehner
Peter Wehner joins Adam for a conversation about the Republican Party moving forward and transitioning leadership. Peter has served in senior roles in the last three Republican administrations, and is a contributing editor of The Atlantic and an opinion writer for the New York Times.
|Mar 13, 2021|
Fear is America's Enemy: A chat with Jamie Winship
Jamie Winship joins Adam for a conversation about the dangers of fear and the key to overcoming it in our politics and society. Jamie is an expert on the topic after a distinguished career in law enforcement and international conflict resolution, and brings a hopeful perspective to the issues facing our country.
|Mar 06, 2021|
Truth & Courage: A Chat with Rep. Peter Meijer (MI)
Rep. Peter Meijer joins Adam for a conversation about restoring truth and courage in politics. As fellow veterans, they discuss their unique perspective and the reaction to them being among the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump.
|Feb 26, 2021|