This week, Will explains how the left’s push for diversity in sports and media has reduced minorities to tools to check boxes, he highlights the anti-white racism that is sweeping the country and more.
This week, Bret and his panel discuss President Biden's willingness to compromise on his infrastructure plan in a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers, potential unrest following the trial of Derek Chauvin and more.
This week, Kennedy is joined by running coach, writer at large for Runner’s World and 1968 Boston Marathon winner Amby Burfoot to discuss their passion for running and the positive impact it can have on your body and mind.
This week, Kennedy is joined by Clinical Psychologist, ‘The Sleep Doctor’ Michael Breus to discuss how the pandemic has affected peoples' rest and the steps they can take to improve their sleep schedule.
This week, Liz is joined by CEO of Panera Bread, Niren Chaudhary to discuss how his dedicated work ethic and deep friendships guided him to lead companies like Taj Hotels, Krispy Kreme and eventually Panera Bread.
This week, Kennedy is joined by Director of immigration studies at the CATO Institute's Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Alex Nowrasteh to discuss libertarian solutions for the growing crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.
This week, Kennedy is joined by the Founder and Medical Director of Drip Hydration, a board-certified Doctor of Addiction Medicine and a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, Dr. Abe Malkin.
This week, Shannon sits down with Co-Anchor of America’s Newsroom and Co-Host of The Five, Dana Perino, to discuss her new book Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons For Young Women (From A Former Young Woman).