Iowa, in recent years, has proven to not be predictive of the eventual Republican nominee, however, the state continues to hold a unique role in sizing up the presidential field. Former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis both travelled to Iowa this past week to ramp up support in the key early-voting state. Trump has continued to dominate the polls and many consider Governor DeSantis to be his most fierce competitor. President of KAConsulting LLC, Fox News Contributor and former campaign manager and Senior Counselor to President Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway joins the podcast for a discussion about the DeSantis’s campaign strategies, why Trump continues to poll very high, and why voters are sick of hearing about 2020.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal labor law did not protect unionized employees of a concrete mixing and pouring company from liability for damages they caused during a strike. The employer argued that they suffered substantial monetary losses due to abandoned, wet concrete becoming unusable. Law Professor at the University of California at Berkeley, Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General and author of the Book The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Supreme Court, John Yoo, joins the podcast to break down the details of the case, explain why Supreme Court narrowed the protections of the Clean Water Act, and preview the two affirmative action cases many are anxiously awaiting the high court to rule on before the end of its term.