On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas speak to Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, about the Declaration of Independence and how it makes America exceptional.

Lee is the author of the new book, “Our Lost Constitution: America’s Fight Against Tyranny From King George to the Deep State.”

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On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss recent comments by former Attorney General Eric Holder, who recently said on MSNBC: “Exactly when did you think America was great?”

“It certainly wasn’t when people were enslaved. It certainly wasn’t when women didn’t have the right to vote. It certainly wasn’t when the LGBT community was denied the rights to which it was entitled,” Holder said.

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Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss the various media attacks, and in some cases, outright distortions about the Electoral College. They break down why the Founders created this institution to elect presidents and why it’s still relevant today.

Stepman and Lucas also interview Tara Ross, who wrote, “The Indispensable Electoral College: How the Founders’ Plan Saves Our Country From Mob Rule.”

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Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas interview Nick Loris, an expert in energy, the environment, and regulation at The Heritage Foundation, about the Green New Deal.

Lucas and Stepman discuss the long history of environmentalist overreaction and predictions of catastrophe that haven’t panned out.

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“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 interview Kyle Sammin, a lawyer and writer from Pennsylvania, who recently compared the shifting philosophy of pro-abortion proponents to those who defended slavery in the early 19th century.

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On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss the long history of presidential wars with the press. President Donald Trump sometimes uses caustic language with his foes in the Fourth Estate, but as Lucas and Stepman explain, other presidents have used softer rhetoric and harsher official action to silence critics.

From John Adams, to Woodrow Wilson, to Barack Obama, presidents have often used their official–and perhaps sometimes not technically legal–powers to curtail the American media.

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On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss the legacy of Chief Justice John Marshall and how it relates to today.

Chief Justice John Roberts has criticized President Donald Trump for lambasting an “Obama judge” on the 9th Circuit Court for ruling unfavorably against him.

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On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss the Clinton era with Ken Starr, who served as solicitor general under President George H.W. Bush and was the lead investigator in the Whitewater scandal.

Starr talks about the differences between an independent counsel and special counsel, working with Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and much more.

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On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss the importance of historical fiction and why it’s a component of America’s soft power.

Stepman and Lucas were joined by Harry Crocker III, the executive editor of Regnery Publishing, and the author of numerous books, including the recently released “Armstrong.”

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On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman, a contributor to The Daily Signal, and Fred Lucas, The Daily Signal’s White House correspondent, spoke to John Heubusch, the executive director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, about how Ronald Reagan got around a biased media and how this applies to President Donald Trump today.

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Hear about six examples of foreign powers trying to sway presidential races, starting in 1796.

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