On the eve of the Democratic Convention, Bill weighs in on the DNC email hack and revelations that the DNC tried to stop Bernie Sanders. Bill also shares his fascinating interview with Angus Deaton about one of the most important cultural stories of the year: the rising death rates among white Americans.Listen Now
Bill reviews the big speeches of the final day of the Republican Convention, including the standout speeches from Peter Thiel, Ivanka Trump, and Donald Trump. He also talks with Robert Costa, national political reporter for the Washington Post, about his overall view of the convention and if Trump will get a big bounce coming out of it.Listen Now
Bill shares his thoughts on the second day of the Republican Convention, particularly the big speeches from Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald Trump Jr. He also emphasizes the need for Republicans to provide an uplifting alternative agenda and not just go after Hillary Clinton.Listen Now
Bill talks with Peter Kirsanow, member of the US Commission on Civil Rights, about the police officers ambushed and killed in Baton Rouge yesterday. Peter debunks the lies and myths of the Black Lives Matter activists who claim that police are racist and systematically targeting black people. Peter explains why strong and active policing is essential to the safety and prosperity of America, especially in the inner cities.Listen Now
Bill shares his thoughts on yesterday’s horrific terrorist attack in Nice, France and explains why the inability to see radical Islam for what it truly is will leave us vulnerable to more attacks and prevent us from destroying ISIS. Bill also gets Pat Buchanan’s take on the Nice attack and why terrorism, security, and immigration will become the central issues of the 2016 elections.Listen Now
Bill has a fascinating conversation with Andy Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, about franchising and the NLRB’s war on franchises. Andy explains how franchising is a unique American idea that has lifted thousands of people out of the lower class into the middle and upper classes. And yet, the Obama administration’s attempt to unionize franchise workers could deal a serious blow to this thriving American business sector.Listen Now
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