Love them or hate them, the Trumps will remain a major force in politics — regardless of who’s inaugurated president on January 20, 2021. On this episode, Gianno explains why before interviewing President Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump in a can’t-miss conversation. They discuss the results of the 2020 election, the president’s mindset, and Lara’s prospective run for U.S. Senate in 2022, among many other topics.
In this freewheeling conversation, Gianno talks with his friend and Fox News colleague Lisa Boothe. Lisa is a popular political journalist and commentator, and senior fellow for Independent Women’s Voice, a political advocacy organization. She was also the founder and president of High Noon Strategies, a boutique political communications and PR firm.
The Republican State Leadership Committee released a report titled “2020 Toplines” in late November. The report looked at the election outcome at all levels of government, from local to national – and one thing is clear – there is a red tsunami overtaking the so called blue wave. We have more Republicans elected at every level of government. Newt’s guest is Edith Jorge-Tuñón, Political Director for the RSLC.
In the second of this two-part discussion, Gianno talks to his pastor and mentor, Dr. Bill Winston. Dr. Winston is the founder and senior pastor of the Living Word Christian Center, a non-denominational church with more than 20,000 members located just outside Chicago. He also helped Gianno overcome poverty and a childhood surrounded by drugs and violence to achieve his dreams.
As two young Black Conservatives, CJ Pearson and Christian Walker have a raw and unfiltered conversation on how they approach not checking the intersectional boxes that the Left wants them to. How did they reacted to the murder of George Floyd and the violent riots that followed? They invite the youth to join the Conservative movement to change the world for the future. CJ also breaks down the hypocrisy from the Left on celebrating Thanksgiving.
What was the first Thanksgiving really like for the pilgrims? What struggles did they endure to make the transatlantic journey from Europe to Plymouth, Massachusetts? And once they arrived, what happened to them? The first Thanksgiving is a window on the American past and was a very different experience than the holiday we celebrate today. Newt’s guest is Dr. Tracy McKenzie, Professor and Chair of History at Wheaton College in Illinois.
We can all overcome adversity. In the first of this two-part discussion, Gianno talks to his pastor and mentor, Dr. Bill Winston. Dr. Winston is the founder and senior pastor of the Living Word Christian Center, a non-denominational church with more than 20,000 members located just outside Chicago. He also helped Gianno overcome poverty and a childhood surrounded by drugs and violence to achieve his dreams.
Since Election Day, patriotic Americans have been fighting to protect the integrity of our elections. On this episode, CJ recounts his time at the Million MAGA March in Washington, DC and discusses with Brandon Straka, founder of the #WalkAway campaign, why even Joe Biden supporters should back the Stop the Steal movement. CJ also digs into what it was like to witness Antifa’s violence firsthand and the importance of the Georgia Senate runoff elections.