Kmele Foster joined host Ben Domenech to discuss possible criminal justice reform as a result of the recent riots and newfound energy among the Black Lives Matter movement. Foster co-hosts “The Fifth Column” podcast and his work can be found at Freethink media.

Kmele argued that, although there must be changes to how law enforcement operates, it can’t be solely about race. The confusing discussion of race and criminal justice reform that produced the campaign by Black Lives Matter that has strayed from its message concerning criminal justice reform. It now focuses many other “strange objectives which people can’t really disentangle,” he argued, such as the idea to defund the police.

Orphe Divounguy joined host Ben Domenech to discuss the economic effects that have resulted from the government lockdown. Divounguy is a chief economist at the Illinois Policy institute in Chicago and his work appears in countless publications. 

Through his work at the Institute, he discovered trends among jobs lost in recent months. Divounguy argues that because of governors deeming certain jobs essential and others non-essential, job losses were unequal among groups. Among others, he shared that minority groups and non-government were among those hit the hardest.

Author and Professor Wilfred Reilly joined host Ben Domenech to explore how Americans have felt in recent months during the lockdown and protests and how the media encourages their fears. Reilly is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Kentucky and has written multiple books, most recently “Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War,” and “Taboo: 10 Facts You Can’t Talk About.”

Reilly argued that the media often focuses on the worst and least likely of situations to gain more views and clicks on their stories, which results in a needlessly terrified public. He also blamed the media for fostering the current widespread tension between Americans. This is most clear in the the media’s handling of Covid19 and the protests and riots following the death of George Floyd.

The Federalist New York Correspondent David Marcus joined host Ben Domenech to discuss the state of the nation during the lockdown, protests, and calls for police to be defunded. Marcus discussed the general opinion of those from New York regarding police and how politicians are responding.

Marcus observed that New Yorkers are largely ready to open businesses back up, especially in Brooklyn. Additionally, he argues people in New York view the police favorably, and the protesters downtown are out of touch with what the majority of people think as they call to defund the police.

Alana Goodman and Daniel Halper joined Ben Domenech to discuss one of the biggest criminals in recent history, Jeffrey Epstein, whose death has sparked major controversy within the last year. Goodman and Halper shared their knowledge and research from their new book, “A Convenient Death,” in which they investigate the mysterious demise of Jeffrey Epstein. After investigating his death, Goodman said evidence strongly suggests there was foul play involved.

Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade joins host Ben Domenech to discuss the state of media coverage during coronavirus and recent nationwide riots. Kilmeade argued there is a difference between those who are protesting and those who are rioting and looting. The media, however, has portrayed them both as justified in their pursuit of racial justice.

Saagar Enjeti joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss why a left-right labor coalition is unlikely. Enjeti hosts the web show “Rising” at The Hill as well as The Hudson Institute’s “The Realignment” podcast.

Enjeti argued against the possibility of a left-right coalition because of the left’s obsession with race politics that divides Americans. The resulting division, Enjeti said, is a tool to distract the American working class from noticing the class dynamics that allow the upper class neoliberal left to hold them down.

Washington Examiner Tom Rogan joined Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky for the second time to discuss videos recently declassified by the pentagon that they identify as unidentified aeriel phenomena (UAP). He joined to discuss his reporting on the subject and how its affect on people of faith.

Rogan argued for the existence of life outside earth and that there is a reason behind why the government released the UAP video without further explanation.

Senior Policy Analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum Inez Feltscher Stepman joined Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky in discussion on feminism and the Left’s recent attempts to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA).

Stepman compared feminist controversies in different decades with recent rebukes from women concerning the themes of Lana Del Rey’s music and the Hulu series “Mrs. America” portrayal of Phyllis Schlafly and the ERA. Both reflect the truth, Stepman argues, that many women feel devalued because of the feminist Left’s cultural takeover and radical suppression of differences between genders.

Stephen L. Miller joins host Ben Domenech to discuss the 2016 movie “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

Ethan Strauss, author of the new book “The Victory Machine,” joins host Ben Domenech to discuss the politicization of sports and the state of sports journalism.

Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center Veronique de Rugy joins host Ben Domenech to discuss the effects of government lockdowns and state of the economy.

Journalist Michael Tracey joins host Ben Domenech to discuss Sanders’ 2020 presidential run and the future of the Democratic Party.

Chris Fenton, a Hollywood executive, joins host Emily Jashinsky to discuss his new book “Feeding the Dragon” and gives insider information into the relationship between Hollywood and China.

Michael Hendrix, the Director of state and local policy at the Manhattan Institute, joins host Ben Domenech to discuss the state of New York City and how to best reopen.

Ellie Bufkin and Madeline Osburn join host Ben Domenech to discuss the Twitter spat between Chrissy Teigan and the New York Times’ Alison Roman.

Political Editor John Davidson and NYC Correspondent David Marcus join host Ben Domenech to settle the debate on who’s the greatest basketball player of all time. Is it LeBron James or Michael Jordan?

Comedian and podcast host Akaash Singh joins host Ben Domenech to discuss the mini series “The Last Dance.”

Father Robert Sirico, President of the Acton Institute and Pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, joins host Ben Domenech to discuss faith during the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns.

HillTV co-host Saagar Enjeti joins host Mollie Hemingway to discuss his new book “The Populists Guide To 2020.”