The Jason Chaffetz Podcast

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Jason In The House – The Jason Chaffetz Podcast

There is always someone doing something stupid somewhere. Dive deeper than the headlines and the party lines, as Jason Chaffetz takes on American life, politics, and entertainment. Join the former Chair of the House Oversight Committee, FOX News Contributor and two-time New York Times Best Selling Author every Wednesday as he sheds light on the news and makes some predictions along the way. You never know who will drop in.

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Seamus Bruner, The Associate Director of Research at the Government Accountability Institute, says billionaires will have a large influence on the way we live in a post-COVID-19 world in his new book, Controligarchs: Exposing the Billionaire Class, Their Secret Deals, and the Globalist Plot to Dominate Your Life. Seamus explains that his new book details everything from how George Soros has bought out America's District Attorneys to the concerning influence Bill Gates has on the food supply.

FOX & Friends First Co-Host Carley Shimkus joins Jason to highlight her new cookbook, Cooking with Friends: Eat, Drink & Be Merry. Carley shares the best recipes to cook for your family this holiday season and reveals what FOX personalities had the most surprising recipes. She also reminisces on her career journey from guest greeter to co-Host at FOX.

Co-Host of FOX & Friends and Host of The Brian Kilmeade Show on FOX Talk, Brian Kilmeade shares where he got the inspiration for his new book Teddy and Booker T: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality. Brian discusses new historical insights from the book and the reason he first became interested in historical biographies. Plus, they share some behind-the-scenes details of what it is like working at FOX.

Host of 'Makin' Money With Charles Payne on FOX Business, Charles Payne shares insight into his new book Unbreakable Investor: Build The American Dream In Any Economic Cycle. Jason and Charles discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally changed the way our economy works and why the age of the 401K may be over as we know it. Charles also weighs in on how to find good companies to invest in, just like the pros.

Jason is joined by Congressman Mike Collins (R-GA) who has made some waves in recent weeks for his humorous presence on X (formerly known as Twitter). They discuss how Republicans finally settled on Rep. Mike Johnson as their Speaker, the three types of individuals who go to Congress, and what it takes to actually pass meaningful legislation on Capitol Hill.

As the War in Israel rages on, FOX News viewers have found a familiar and reliable voice on their screens in FOX News Foreign Correspondent Trey Yingst. Jason revisits a conversation with Trey. They discuss Trey’s upbringing as he reveals what inspired him to pursue the adventurous lifestyle of overseas reporting.

Then, Jason brings on FOX News' Chief Political Anchor Bret Baier shares the inspiration for his new book To Rescue the Constitution George Washington and the Fragile American Experiment. Plus, Bret and Jason discuss what's going on in the war on Israel.

Later, Jason is joined by House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) as they reminisce on their time serving on the Oversight Committee together. Rep. Comer explains the importance of having business and private sector experience before serving in Congress. Plus, he details media bias when covering Biden family corruption.

Finally, Jason is joined by former Michigan Republican Gubernatorial Nominee Tudor Dixon. Tudor emphasizes the importance of a proper education, how her family's steel background influenced her decision to jump into politics, and how she overcame her battle with breast cancer. She also analyzes why President Biden's visit to the United Autoworkers strike was so disingenuous.

Later, Jason speaks with The Chair of the House Republican Policy Committee Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL). They explore why deep dives into policy do more to help the everyday lives of their constituents than does much of the rhetoric heard on Capitol Hill. Plus, they also discuss how sports can prepare one for all facets of life, and how Rep. Palmer's time in the private sector adequately made him ready to best serve his constituents in Congress.

In part two of Jason’s conversation with the President of the Government Accountability Institute Peter Schweizer, they dive deep into his new book, Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win.

President of the Government Accountability Institute, Peter Schweizer joins Jason to discuss how he got into investigative journalism and his keen ability to uncover consequential stories. Peter also acknowledges the long-lasting influence of President Ronald Reagan on politics.