Brad Wilcox is Professor and Director for the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia. He’s also a fellow at the Institute for Family Studies and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. During today’s podcast, Brad talks with Matt about how COVID supercharged existing family trends, why liberals are less happy than conservatives, why Biden’s expanded Child Tax Credit isn’t more popular, whether America’s birth dearth makes us vulnerable to China, and more!
Dr. Jonathan D.T. Ward, author of China’s Vision of Victory and internationally recognized expert on US-China strategic competition, talks about the threat posed by China.
Matt talks with friends of the pod, William Nee, a Business and Human Rights Strategy Advisor/Analyst for Amnesty International, and Mitchell Blatt, a contributor to the National Interest who wrote about coronavirus from China.
Ho-Fung Hung, Johns Hopkins professor and author of The China Boom, talks about the Hong Kong protests–and why The West should be showing more moral clarity.
Friend of the pod, Jeff Mayhugh, chats with Matt about how Trump’s China tariffs are impacting his tee-shirt business–and why a Democratic president might be even worse.