Bill spoke with Secretary Robert Wilkie, the US Secretary of Veteran Affairs, about the current state of the VA and Jennifer Braceras, political columnist, Senior Fellow – Independent Women’s Forum and a former Commissioner of the United States Commission on Civil Rights discussed her recent piece “Parsing Transgender Equality in Athletics.”

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Bill Bennett spoke with Joel Farkas, Director of the American Strategy Group, about the various ways progressive policies are hurting the working and middle class in America. Also Andy Kessler joined Bill to discuss his piece “The Future Isn’t What It Used to Be.”

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Byron York discussed the changes in the media regarding the standard of proof and the 2020 election. Also Professor Wilfred McClay talked about his new history book “Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American Story.”

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Bill spoke with John Hinderaker, one of the founders of Power Line and the President of the Center of the American Experiment, about President Trump’s visit to the UK. Also, Robert Costa, a national political reporter for the Washington Post, a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC, and the moderator of Washington Week on PBS joined the discussion.

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Bill discussed the statement by Robert Mueller and the implications for President Trump with Brian Kennedy, President of the American Strategy Group. Also Gordon Chang, “Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes On The World” joined Bill to discuss US relations with Japan and the China trade talks.

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Bill welcomed Byron York, Columnist at the Washington Examiner and Fox News Contributor, to discuss the ongoing investigations surrounding the White House. Also Conrad Black, author and non-affiliated member of the house of Lords joined Bill to share why he believes 2020 will be a win for President Trump and why Joe Biden is the only hope against embarrassment for the Democrats.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show, Kayleigh McEnany, National Press Secretary for the Trump 2020 Campaign joined Bill to discuss President Trump’s bid for re-election. Also Joel Farkas, Director of the American Strategies Group, discussed how expensive it is to live in big cities across this country and how it’s causing Americans to move to move to smaller towns.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show, Bill spoke with Mark Krikorian, the Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, to get an update on the latest at the southern border and the efforts to stop illegal immigration. Also Seth Leibsohn, host of the Seth Liebsohn show, joined Bill to discuss immigration, hate crimes and the drug epidemic.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show Sean Trende, Senior Election Analyst for Real Clear Politics, joined Bill to discuss the 2020 field for the Democrats. Also Steve Auth, Chief Investment Officer of Federated Investors and author of “The Missionary of Wall Street” spoke with Bill about his experiences as a missionary on the streets of New York City.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Podcast, Bill is joined by John Hinderaker, one of the founders of Power Line and the President of the Center of the American Experiment. He shared his thoughts on the Mueller report and the Democrat prospects for 2020. Joseph diGenova, Legal Analyst and Former US Attorney to the District of Columbia, also joined Bill to discuss where we go from here post Mueller.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett show, Bill spoke with Christopher Scalia about the new book “On Faith” where he shares about the faith of his father Justice Antonin Scalia. Also Brian Kennedy, President of the American Strategy Group, discussed a new group he’s a part of that focuses on the increasing threat posed by China.

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Bill spoke with Dennis Prager, host of the Dennis Prager Show, about the left’s threat to America, passion for chaos, and feelings based morality.

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On this episode of the podcast Joel Farkas, a Director of the American Strategy Group, shared how Colorado is going the way of California, how that’s bad for America and highlighted some interesting data from Joel Kotkin. Also Bill shared his picks for the Final 4 and shared some interested clips from a recent episode of Wise Guys.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show, Bill shares his thoughts on the Mueller report, takes calls from a few listeners, and responds to emails.

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Bill shares his thoughts on the college admissions bribery scandal. Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, shares his thoughts on the FBI and the on-going investigations into the President. Also Brian Kennedy, President of the American Strategy Group, discusses the 2020 presidential election and shares his thoughts on the possibility of a China trade deal.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show, Bill welcomes Alex Castellanos, analyst with ABC News and co-founder of Purple Strategies, and Conrad Black, author and non affiliated member of the house of Lords. They discussed the Democrats hard turn to the left, President Trump’s chances in 2020, and how the Republican Party must be aggressive in re-establishing its messaging.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show John Hinderacker, founder of Power Line and President of the Center of the American Experiment, joined Bill to discuss the Cohen hearings and other attempts from the left to take down President Trump.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Podcast, Heather Mac Donald discussed an article she wrote in City Journal exposing the Liberal need for a narrative about a hateful America. Also Michael Anton talked about his new book, “After The Flight 93 Election.”

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show, Joel Farkas joined Bill to talk about the “Green New Deal.” Also Gordon Chang discussed the China trade talks and President Trump’s second summit with North Korea.

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On this episode of the Bill Bennett Show, Tom Joscelyn provided an update on the war on terror. And Byron York discussed the State of the Union. Bill also shared his thoughts on the left’s battle with socialism within the party.

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