With the government continually expanding and new calls from progressives for even more intervention, we need to re-focus on individual rights and the education around why that is more important than ever today. Carol talks with Kash Jackson, a 20-year Navy veteran and 2018 Illinois Libertarian Party Gubernatorial nominee, about the challenges of running as a 3rd party candidate, the morality of individual rights, the Libertarian perspective on everything from education to vaccinations and why the Libertarian party needs fewer “kooky” nominees.

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In an effort to get out of the “echo-chamber” of like-minded thinkers, Carol talks with Tara Dowdell, President of Tara Dowdell Group, a business and political marketing firm, former government and campaign staffer and TV commentator about why the ultra-progressive part of the Democratic party is gaining momentum and what we can do- if anything- to heal the political divide.

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Has social justice become unjust? Carol is joined by Noah Rothman, The associate editor of Commentary, a contributor to MSNBC/NBC News, and the author of Unjust: Social Justice and the Unmaking of America to talk about how the quest to make things better for some has only made things worse and what we can do about it.

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Carol talks to Sarah Colonna, comedian, New York Times bestselling author, writer, entrepreneur and actress from shows like Netflix’s Insatiable and Showtime’s Shameless about what it is like to do comedy in an age of politically correct outrage, the perils of social media and her new business, Clutch Women (ClutchWomen.com).

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Carol Roth is joined by Yaron Brook, Chairman of the Board of the Ayn Rand Institute, Host of the Yaron Brook Show, author, speaker and self-described “Radical Capitalist” to talk about the current attack in the political sphere on Capitalism, why it is wrong and what to do about it.

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Carol Roth is joined by media reporter and columnist for The Hill, Joe Concha, to talk about real media bias and the blurring between journalism and punditry, plus the role of social media in creating an unhealthy attention economy for those in the media.

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Carol Roth talks with Jonathan Hoenig, hedge fund manager, Fox News contributor, and author/editor of A New Textbook of Americanism: The Politics of Ayn Rand, about individual rights as the basis of American exceptionalism, why capitalism works and combatting the growing trends of putting feelings over facts. Plus, “Now You Know” on the myth of averaging down on stocks.

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After nearly a decade in the media, Carol Roth was frustrated by traditional formats that only allow for talking points and cursory debate around important issues- if discussing them at all. This podcast is the antitdote: a free-form, not politically-correct discussion rooted in reason- and some humor- around thought-provoking topics. Carol and her guests will cover current events and politics, individual rights, business, entertainment and more. You’re guaranteed to learn something from every episode.

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