Mossoff On Copyright Law

Adam Mossoff, law professor at Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University, discusses Allen v Cooper a SCOTUS copyright case that involves that allows state institutions to run roughshod over copyrights, the legal fountainhead of American creativity.

Rouzer On Redistricting, Impeachment, & The Trade War

Congressman David Rouzer discusses redistricting & the impact that could have on the 7th district, the impeachment inquiry & the recently released testimony from Ambassador Gordon Sondland, and what is going to happen with the trade war with China

Rich On The FDA’s Flavored Vaping Ban

Jacob Rich, Policy Analyst at Reason Foundation, discusses the possible FDA ban on flavored e-cigarettes and why this will not only exacerbate the current vaping sickness problem but will also cost lives

Limbaugh On 2020 & The Democrats

David Limbaugh, author of Guilty By Reason of Insanity: Why the Democrats Must Not Win, discusses why the 2020 is election is so important, why the democrats have lost their mind, is the democrat base as crazy as their candidates, and how the GOP should try and recruit these moderate democrats

Tillis On NCAA & Impeachment

Senator Thom Tillis gives his opinion on the recent decision to allow college students to profit off their likeness and image, recent legislation he sponsored that would allow citizens to sue sanctuary cities, and his opinion on the recent developments in the impeachment inquiry

Ortiz On “Healthcare For You”

Alfredo Ortiz, President of the Job Creators Network, discusses the Republican alternative to Medicare-4-all called “Health Care For You” that strives to bring free-market principles and choice