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Conversations with the most powerful names in politics, business, and media.

Conversations with the most powerful names in politics, business, and media.
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Conversations with the most powerful names in politics, business, and media.






Mike Murphy

Jamie Weinstein talks to Mike Murphy.

Duration: 00:57:03

Ben Shapiro

Jamie Weinstein interviews Ben Shapiro.

Duration: 00:59:05

Joel Pollak

Joel Pollak was personally recruited by the late Andrew Breitbart to join his then burgeoning media empire and today is senior editor-at-large at

Duration: 01:20:31

Andrew Sullivan

In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the man who conservative New York Times columnist Ross Douthat said is arguably “the most influential political writer of his generation” sounds off on a whole host of issues, including how he thinks President Trump is doing, how he thinks the #MeToo movement has gone too far, and why he still has questions about Trig Palin's parentage.

Duration: 01:32:01

James Rosen

James Rosen is a man of many interests. Fox News's Chief Washington Correspondent is known to viewers of the cable news network as a hard-nosed journalist, but off-the-air he wears other hats, including being something of a historian of the Watergate scandal, a Beatles super-fan, a boxing aficionado, and an admirer of Bill Buckley. In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, Rosen talks about all of that, plus his thoughts on covering President Trump, the criticism Fox News has faced,...

Duration: 01:10:13

Andy Marshall

For over 40 years, Andy Marshall led the Pentagon’s internal think tank, the Office of Net Assessment. Up until he left the Pentagon in 2014, at the young age of 93, many considered Marshall one of the most significant defense thinkers you never heard of.

Duration: 00:02:47

Jeremy Rabkin

For nearly 40 years, Jeremy Rabkin has been a rare conservative voice inside liberal academia: first as a professor at Cornell University, and now as a professor at the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University.

Duration: 01:02:43

Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban may just run for president in 2020. At least the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks and star of TV’s “Shark Tank” says he is seriously considering it. In a marathon interview from one of his offices in Dallas, Cuban opened up on a potential 2020 run, his stances on various political issues, his relationship with Steve Bannon, his influences and so much more.

Duration: 01:19:22

Dana Perino

Dana Perino served as the White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush. She is a co-host on FOX News Channel’s “The Five” and anchors “The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino”. In this interview, we discuss Dana’s perspective on Donald Trump, her views on immigration and refugees, and her experiences working in the Bush administration.

Duration: 00:59:36

Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson is a political commentator for Fox News and the host of Tucker Carlson Tonight. He is the co-founder and former editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller. He shares his views on Donald Trump, immigration, economics, and US foreign policy.

Duration: 01:18:28

Bill Ayers

Bill Ayers is a co-founder of the radical left-wing organization, the Weather Underground. He is a self-described “small-C” communist, an activist, and a retired professor in the College of Education at the University of Illinois in Chicago. Bill and Jamie discuss a wide range of topics, including Bill’s political views, Bill’s dinners with Barack Obama before his presidency, and Jamie’s own dinner with Bill in 2012.

Duration: 01:19:05

Matt Schlapp

Matt Schlapp is the Chairman of the American Conservative Union, and has worked in the Bush administration. He is a big proponent of President Trump, and he shares his views on the election, Trump’s early decisions as president, and recent political events. He also talks about how he got his start in politics and how he sees a need for the conservative movement in today’s political landscape.

Duration: 01:02:42

David Frum

Conservative writer and journalist David Frum is well known for his work in multiple publications including The Atlantic where he is a senior editor. He served as a speechwriter for President George W. Bush, and he is a critic of Donald Trump. In this interview, we discuss the threat that Frum believes Trumps poses to the American political system, his thoughts on Russia, Comey, and North Korea, and what he thinks the future holds.

Duration: 01:13:13

Roger Stone [ii]

In this special episode, we go on the record during a usually off-the-record dinner that Jamie hosts every so often at his Washington D.C. flat. About 7 other journalists are invited to the dinner, plus a different special guest each time. This time around, Roger Stone was gracious enough to let him go on the record for a few questions about Trump, the White House staff, and more.

Duration: 00:29:00

Thomas Ravenel

Thomas Ravenel, the State Treasurer of South Carolina in 2007, is now a star on the reality TV show Southern Charm. In this engaging interview, we chat about the federal drug charges that removed him from office, where he would be if the charges hadn’t happened, his political views, and more. You’ll be surprised at the twists and turns that this interview takes as we make our way from Donald Trump, legalizing drugs, reality TV, and more.

Duration: 01:22:51

David Garrow

David Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, best known for his biography on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. published in 1986. His new book is out in May, a comprehensive biography of America’s 44th president. In this episode, David discusses Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama, as well as other current events including Trump’s election, the Supreme Court, and the current state of academia.

Duration: 01:16:26

Alan Keyes

Alan Keyes gives a fascinating, wide-ranging, and passionate interview. From his life growing up as an Army brat, his time at Cornell and Harvard with Allan Bloom and Harvey Mansfield, to his presidential campaigns, Dr. Keyes gives a detailed account of his convictions and how he came to them.

Duration: 02:24:49

Jamie Kirchick

Jamie Kirchick is a journalist and author who focuses on foreign policy and politics. He frequently writes for major newspapers and publications, but he’s here today to talk about his book The End of Europe. We talk about the rise of populism movements in Europe, how Trump’s attack on NATO effects European unity, and the danger Trump poses to a stable Europe.

Duration: 01:07:21

Neil Howe

Neil Howe co-authored the book The Fourth Turning, a book that was hugely influential on the world view of Steve Bannon, Trump’s top advisor. In this fascinating episode, Neil discusses the ideas behind his book, why he thinks history moves in cycles, and what Trump means for the world and its current cycle.

Duration: 01:18:30

Martha MacCallum

Martha MacCallum is the host of Fox News’ The First 100 Days, which covers the beginning of the Trump Administration. I talked with her at Fox’s studio about meeting Trump, why he is the only GOP candidate who could have won, and how his celebrity plays into how we view him. She talked about the role of the media in today’s political climate, the atmosphere at Fox News, and how she got to where she is in her career.

Duration: 00:32:18

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