On this week’s episode hosts Fred Lucas and Jarrett Stepman talk to Judge James Rogan, a House impeachment manager during the Senate trial of President Bill Clinton and the author of “Catching Our Flag: Behind the Scenes of a Presidential Impeachment.”


“The Right Side of History” is a podcast dedicated to exploring current events through a historical lens and busting left-wing myths about figures and events of America’s past.

On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss Lucas’s recent reporting from Charlottesville, where a riot at the feet of a Robert E. Lee statue in 2017 led to the murder of a young woman by a white supremacist.

Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss the death and impact of Ross Perot, who ran for president in 1992 and 1996 against Republicans and Democrats.

Stepman and Lucas explain why “third parties” rarely stand a chance in elections, yet have had a significant impact on the American political system.

On a special Independence Day edition of “The Right Side of History,” we team up with Kelsey Bolar and Lauren Evans, co-hosts of The Daily Signal’s “Problematic Women” podcast, to discuss some of the most problematic women throughout American history.

Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas speak to Dr. Paul Kengor, a historian who wrote “A Pope and a President, God, and Ronald Reagan,” and filmmaker Robert Orlando, who recently collaborated with Kengor on the film, “The Divine Plan,” a story of how President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II united to draw a close to the Cold War.

Kengor and Orlando explain the similarities between these two “great men,” and how they were both essential to the eventual fall of the Soviet Union.