This week, Andrea and Kim talk with former 2016 Libertarian Party presidential candidate and subsequent Missouri senatorial candidate, Austin Petersen. They discuss being pro-life as a non-religious value, the non-emergency national emergency d
On this latest episode, Kim and Andrea take you through the craziness that happened at RedState and also discuss the Virginia debacle with the Democrats and the chickens that are coming home to roost.
Also, we are pleased to announce that The R
This week, Andrea and Kim are joined by Sarah Quinlan, a contributor at RedState and a columnist at ArcDigi. The three discuss the possibility that slow news cycles around Christmas produce hot takes about Christmas songs, Christmas shows and “
This week, Andrea and Kim are joined by “Twitter user” @PoliticalMath to talk about the death of George H.W. Bush, the banning of certain rightwing accounts, and the firing of Marc Lamont Hill as a CNN contributor. They end the show by talking
This week, Andrea and Kimberly are sans a guest but the show must go on! They discuss talking politics with family at family get-togethers and the constant struggle that plagues anyone with a conscience on social media. They also talk about Bil
Andrea and Kim are finally back at the mics this week to discuss the midterm elections — including the ballot count drama that continues — with the founder of Howe Creative, Ben Howe.
They also discuss voter turnouts, the flip to Democrats in t
This week, Brad Slager joins Andrea and Kim to talk about the release of the movie ‘Gosnell.’ They also discuss whether or not Disney princesses are controversial in a post-MeToo era. They finish the episode by talking about what they’re watchi
This week, Andrea and Kim are joined byUniversity of Pennsylvania historian and author of the upcoming book Talk Radio’s America Brian Rosenwald. They discuss the effect of talk radio on politics in the past 30 years, finding middle ground on b
This week, Andrea is hosting the show and is joined by marriage and family therapist intern Allysen Efferson to talk about mental health in America. Topics include the stigma surrounding mental illness, the new bill passed by Congress to help a
This week, Jay Caruso from The Dallas Morning News joins the show to talk about the latest in the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation circus and in particular, the Democrats blatant political moves trying to delay a confirmation vote as long as possib
This week, Commentary‘s Noah Rothman joins the show to defend his definition of “Almost 40.” The discussion moves on to Noah’s recent on-air disagreement with the hosts of Morning Joe over Brett Kavanaugh’s declining to comment on cases he may
This week, Americans for Prosperity’s Senior Judicial Fellow Casey Mattox joined Andrea and Kim to discuss the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing for Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. The week was fraught with dumb deba
This week, it’s just Andrea and Kim discussing their observations and opinions on what they’ve seen in the news and on social media in the past week. Among the topics are the upcoming Brett Kavanaugh hearings and hysteria, obese cover models, t
This week, Andrea and Kim are joined by National Review’s Alexandra DeSanctis to talk about the revelations out of Pennsylvania about sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. As a practicing Catholic, Alexandra brings a unique perspective to the is
This week, Andrea and Kim are joined by writer Bridget Phetasy. Bridget brings her experience of stepping away from the illiberal left and finding herself in the weird world of the Centrist. The woke crowd killing the joke is also discussed as
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