John Hinderaker joins us to discuss how Democrats are partially to blame for the Virginia shooting at Republican congressional members; with the zero proof of collusion with Russia, Mueller’s “investigation of nothing” is appearing more political by the day; Sharia law in Minnesota and John’s think tank Center of the American Experiment’s video on Millennials who are unable to move out from their parents homes.

John Hinderacker is a nationally recognized lawyer and is now President of Center of the American Experiment, a think tank headquartered in Minnesota. He founded the website Power Line in 2002 and has appeared as a commentator on NBC, CBS, Fox News, CNN and CNBC and is a frequent guest and guest host on national radio programs. John is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School. John writes daily at Power line, which is mandatory reading for conservative readers. Power line gained notoriety for its role in covering the Killian documents story that aired during the 2004 Presidential campaign where CBS’s Dan Rather and 60 Minutes reported they had documents relating to President George W. Bush’s term of service in the Texas Air National Guard, which kept him out of the Vietnam war. Turned out those documents were fake, Powerline advanced the story and Dan Rather was subsequently fired from CBS.

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Dave finds out why FreedomFest is the most exciting, star-filled adventure in Vegas and founder Mark Skousen details why everyone who is interested in prosperity, health and freedom should go. Whiskey Politics will be reporting on the ground from the conference as we interview dozens of big names like Steve Forbes and William Shatner. Held July 19-22, a special $100 discount code #FS2017 is available online at FreedomFest.com.

Dr. Mark Skousen is an Author, Lecturer, and was an economic analyst for the CIA, a columnist for Forbes magazine, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC’s Kudlow & Company and has also appeared on C-SPAN and Fox News. Skousen has lectured on economics and finance at Columbia Business School, Barnard College at Columbia University, Mercy College in New York and Rollins College. Grantham University renamed it’s online School of Business “The Mark Skousen School of Business.” He has been named a “Presidential Fellow” at Chapman University and currently teaches at Chapman University.

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On May 1st, 1960, 1,300 miles into Soviet Airspace an American U-2 spy plane was flying at 70,000 feet, supposedly out of range of Soviet missiles. But the CIA’s U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers, Gary’s Father, felt the thump of an exploding Soviet missile and was shot down over Russia. After being tried for espionage he served nearly 2 years in a Soviet prison suddenly becoming a key figure in the Cold War’s most infamous spy case that ultimately ended up with a prisoner exchange with the KGB spy Soviet Colonel Rudolph Abel. 57 years later books, documentaries, and movies are still being written including Steven Spielberg’s 2016’s Academy Award winning Bridge of Spies, starring Tom Hanks where Gary was a consultant and played a CIA agent. In 1996 Gary Powers Jr. founded the Cold War Museum outside Washington D.C. and lectures across the globe on the U-2 Incident, the need to preserve Cold War history and honor Cold War veterans. Gary has written for the Virginia Military Institute (VMI), the National War College and appears regularly on the History Channel, Discovery Channel, and A&E. Look for Francis Gary Powers Jr. upcoming book Letters From a Soviet Prison. For information on getting an advance copy of his new book or speaking inquiries contact Gary at [email protected] or GaryPowers.com.

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Steven Hayward joins us at Whiskey Politics to discuss Trump, Russia, the media’s double standard, North Korea, U.C. Berkeley, Single Payer healthcare in California, the election in England, and of course, James Bond.

Steven F. Hayward is currently senior resident scholar at the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley, and a visiting lecturer at Boalt Hall Law School. He was previously the Ronald Reagan Distinguished Visiting Professor at Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Public Policy, and was the inaugural visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2013-14. From 2002 to 2012 he was the F.K Weyerhaeuser Fellow in Law and Economics at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC, and has been senior fellow at the Pacific Research Institute in San Francisco since 1991. 

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First a quick update on the last episode with Megan Barth (ReaganBabe) who discussed rampant election voter fraud and the illegal alien tax scheme using ITIN. The episode got overwhelming feedback across the country and Megan just informed us the state of Nevada is now under federal investigation based on the evidence she presented and she’s likely to soon testify in front of the Election Integrity Commission/Panel in DC. If you didn’t hear her interview, check it out WhiskeyPolitics.net, or subscribe to WhiskeyPolitics on iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay and Megan’s site ReaganBabe.com.

With the recent political news, on this week’s Whiskey Politics we take time for a drink, breath and exhale while focusing on what’s really important… friends, family, and laughter. We welcome back David Deeble who talks with us about his comedy, travels, (and we do get a little political about the Republican health care plan). David also shares how he reinvented himself after a tragedy that impacted his career and life. A lesson that shows how the fire inside can propel us forward when facing monumental challenges. 

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Megan Barth joins us at Whiskey Politics to discuss her investigations with rampant voter fraud and a massive illegal alien tax scheme. Megan is the founder and proprietor of ReaganBabe.com. She’s a nationally recognized political commentator, a weekly co-host for WAR-The Wayne Allyn Root Show and you’ve seen her on Headline News, CNN, NewsMax TV, weekly on 360Daily.net, One America News Network, The Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler, America Trends with Dr. Gina, The Blaze Radio, Lars Larson, Bill Cunningham, and has regular weekly appearances on a variety of nationally syndicated radio shows. Her op-eds have been published in Canada Free Press, The Hill, and the Daily Caller. You can follow Megan at ReaganBabe.com.

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Daniel Greenfield, a frequent contributor to FrontPageMag.com and Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center runs the best-named blog on the internet: SultanKnish where his articles and investigative pieces have been cited by Rush Limbaugh, John Podhoretz, and Michelle Malkin, to name a few. In today’s Whiskey Politics Podcast we discuss the Left’s nostalgia for Communism, America’s new civil war, culture, education, the GOP budget, Democrats treatment of Israel, the Iran Deal and much more.

In: Little Green Bag, George Baker Selection

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Best-selling author, columnist and former Breitbart Editor-at-Large Ben Shapiro joins Whiskey Politics to discuss President Trump, Conservatism, his strong feelings about Steve Bannon, the Iran Deal, the Antifa threats against campus free speech and answers some Ricochet Member questions. You can find Ben’s columns at The Daily Wire, musings on Facebook and his #1 ranked conservative podcast on iTunes & Soundcloud. Special thanks to the Reagan Foundation for hosting.

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National Review’s John Fund is also on the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board and a frequent Fox News Contributor. John discusses his thoughts on the White House shakeup with Steve Bannon. Jared Kushner and KT McFarland. We also discuss the future of SCOTUS and the evidence of voter fraud in 2016.

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Michael Walsh, Author of THE DEVIL’S PLEASURE PALACE joins us at Whiskey Politics to discuss Russia, Trump, and ‘the Deep State’. You have read Michael’s pieces in Time Magazine, SF Examiner, PJ Media, The National Review, NPR and the NY Post. Follow Michael on Twitter @DKahaneRules.

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Dave Carter joins the Whiskey Politics Podcast after one of the most news-heavy weeks in recent memory where we had a breaking story seemingly every 3 hours. We decided to focus on 2 issues: Syria and the Supreme Court and Dave shares his perspective on both, as only he can.

Dave Carter is a household name for Ricochet.com members, but for those who have not had the pleasure of reading or hearing Daves work you’re in for a treat. Dave’s a cross country truck driver, a Veteran & Security Forces member and Senior Historian authoring over 40 volumes of Air Force histories. In the US Air Force Dave was deployed throughout Asia, Europe & the Middle East accompanying aircrews on combat missions. He’s a former private detective, a radio show host and a Contributor for Ricochet, The Federalist, and Conservative Review. Dave’s new podcast “Radio Deplorable” can be found at Ricochet.com.

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Ned Ryun is a grassroots and conservative activism expert. He is the founder and CEO of American Majority, a non-partisan political training institute whose mission is to identify and mold the next wave of liberty-minded candidates, grassroots activists, and community leaders. Under Ned’s leadership, American Majority has trained over 36,000 candidates and activists.

Ned is a former writer for President George W. Bush. And has appeared all over cable including Fox Newses’ “The O’Reilly Factor,” “Hannity,” “Special Report with Brett Baier,” Neil Cavuto,” “Fox & Friends,” ABC’s “World News Tonight” and has been quoted in numerous print publications including Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Politico, The Washington Post, and The Washington Times. He also writes a monthly column for The American Spectator.

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Mike Ghouse (Muslim American) with The Center for Pluralism discusses Sharia Law, Islamism, Israel, Iran and the Palestinian conflict. Mike has been seen on all cable news networks and is well known for his shoot-outs with Conservative firebrand Sean Hannity.

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Ricochet’s favorite Navy Fighter Pilot, @BrentB67 joins this week’s Whiskey Politics podcast to discuss the current economy. Brent Berarducci of BlackLion Capital shares his unique and timely perspective as we talk about the trend towards populism, the U.S. debt, trade protectionism, and just what the heck is happening in Saudi Arabia, anyway?

Listen here at Ricochet or subscribe at iTunesStitcher or PlayerFM for GooglePlay. Your 5-star rating is greatly appreciated! Intro: Little Green Bag – George Baker Selection. Out: Lawyers, Guns and Money – Warren Zevon.

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Dave Sussman catches up with the remarkable David Keene, founder of the American Conservative Union, who shares a wealth of knowledge and wisdom on where conservatism is heading. David is a former Presidential advisor to Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and campaign advisor to Bob Dole, and Mitt Romney. Keene was the president of the National Rifle Association and is currently the Opinion Editor of The Washington Times.

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Founder and editor at large of the Weekly Standard, Bill Kristol talks about President Trump (and #NeverTrump), globalism, Cuba, the media, Obamacare, messaging, and why Trump could be another Warren G. Harding administration.

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Advisor to President Trump’s National Diversity Coalition, US State Department’s Chris Garcia discusses how leftist identity politics has impacted the Latin American community as well as upcoming trade policy and the border tax.

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During his tenure at Judicial Watch, Freedom Watch USA’s Larry Klayman obtained a court ruling that Bill Clinton committed a crime, the first lawyer ever to have done so against an American president. We discuss Larry’s new cases suing President Obama over the NSA, CNN over media bias, and Black Lives Matter over the deaths of policemen.

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Now for something completely different. Young Phoenix Legg started his “career” reporting on American politics during the presidential debates of 2016. He’s covered rallies, protests, and conventions, doggedly chasing down interviews and showing more maturity and integrity per pound than any reporter on the network news. We were so impressed that we set aside time to get his story where he shares his thoughts on the current state of political media. Phoenix has a blog worth checking out where he takes on social justice warriors, protesters, and “ignorant folks who say hateful things.” Bravo to Phoenix and his Father Matt.

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Dave caught up with everyone’s favorite Irish journalist duo NY Times best selling author and film makers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer to discuss the Gosnell case, book and upcoming movie.

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