The hottest nonfiction book in publishing right now is the newly released, “Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends”) by New York Times bestselling author Peter Schweizer and he is our guest.

Our subject for the 75th episode is Cambridge Analytica and Facebook. Our guest is Sasha Issenberg, who has followed the use of data and digital targeting in campaigns for many years, culminating in his groundbreaking book, “The Victory Lab”, which was published in 2013 and updated in 2016.

Jonah Goldberg is our guest for episode 74. He’s a senior editor for The National Review, a syndicated columnist, a Fox News contributor and a New York Times best-selling author whose new book, “Suicide of the West,” is available for preorder and will be released on April 24.

North Korea is the subject of the 73rd episode. The stunning news that President Trump will meet with the North Korean leader before May to discuss denuclearization made international news. Our guest is Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL), a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

Phillip Stutts is our guest for the 72nd episode. He’s a fascinating interview for two reasons.

Our guest is Washington Free Beacon staff writer Stephen Gutowski, who covers these issues and is a licensed gun safety instructor

On the 70th episode we talk exclusively about sports betting with ESPN Staff Writer David Purdum

The Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross joins us for the 68th episode. He has been a news-breaking machine on the recent revelations about rogue FBI agents and FISA abuse.

For the 66th episode, we dig into questions about the FBI and political bias from two thoughtful, intelligent, and experienced perspectives. First, we talked to U.S. Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX), a former U.S. Attorney and a member of the House Judiciary Committee.

We dig deep into Washington, DC with Liam Donovan, Principal at Bracewell and a former senior staffer at the National Republican Senatorial Committee for the 65th episode.

In this conversation, we talk policy and politics with Brian McGuire, who served as Chief of Staff for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).

Our subject for the 63rd episode is the #MeToo movement. Our guest is Olivia Messer, reporter for The Daily Beast. She has done some groundbreaking reporting on sexual harassment and abuse, with a special focus on state legislatures.

This man has lived an interesting life. A recent tragedy caused him to see things differently, and was the catalyst for his new book, “Politics Has Failed: America Will Not,” which will be published by the Sutherland Institute in May.

Our guest for our 60th episode is former Congressman Tom Davis (R-VA), who served as NRCC chairman and as Oversight Committee chairman. He is Director of Federal Affairs for Deloitte and chairs the Board at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA.

We check in with longtime Reagan aide, Russo, Marsh & Associates president and Tea Party Express co-founder Sal Russo for the 59th episode.

Our guest for episode 58: U.S. Sen. James Lankford (R-OK). We talk about several important subjects in the news: North Korea, Iran, whether he supports the President’s decision to recognize West Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel…

For this episode of the podcast, we specifically delve into immigration with Mario H. Lopez, President of the Hispanic Leadership Fund.

Our guest for the 56th episode is Doug Schoen – one of the most respected Democratic political consultants and pollsters for the past thirty years.

We delve into the news of the day with Phil Kerpen, a syndicated columnist and the President of conservative nonprofit American Commitment.

The most recognizable voice in popular culture, Ben Stein, fills our airwaves for our 54th episode. You may know him from films and TV, but he has spent his career teaching at Pepperdine University, writing for The Wall Street Journal as an editorial board member and serving as a Speechwriter for Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.

Robert Mueller biographer and WIRED Magazine contributing editor Garrett Graff is our return guest for a discussion about the latest developments in the Russia inquiry.

Our guest for episode 52 is Chris Hayes, anchor of “All in with Chris Hayes”, which airs weeknights on MSNBC, and the author of “A Colony in a Nation,” a New York Times bestseller.

Former NYPD Intelligence Division and CIA analyst and nationally syndicated radio host Buck Sexton is our guest for the 51st episode.

Josh Green is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller “Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency”.

Bill Browder has an incredible story – he was at one time the largest investor in Russia before he was expelled after exposing corruption in the country. His lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, died in a Russian jail after being tortured and denied medical care.

Tax reform is the focus of this episode and our guest is CNBC senior contributor Larry Kudlow, who was an economic advisor to the Trump campaign and has been an unofficial White House advisor on economic matters.

We grabbed a few minutes with former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) to discuss his role in developing the Graham-Cassidy health care reform bill that the U.S. Senate is considering.

We take a deep dive into the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare replacement bill with Lanhee Chen, Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and former Policy Directory for the Romney-Ryan presidential campaign.

We take the pulse of the conservative movement with former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who now serves as President of the Senate Conservatives Fund.

Texas is in the middle of everything and so we wanted to talk to Evan Smith, CEO of The Texas Tribune for this episode.

A “500-year flood” hit Texas this week and that is the subject of this episode. We begin with a monologue from your host about heroism in Houston. We continue with three interviews, each about a different angle to this story.