On the 35th anniversary of the Challenger disaster, historian and author Tevi Troy talks about Reagan’s Challenger Speech: A Four-Minute Window into Presidential Greatness.
David Frum, staff writer for the Atlantic and former George W. Bush speechwriter, returns to the podcast to discuss whether surviving Trump means American Democracy was strong, or just lucky. He also discusses why Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump were so different, his thoughts about the status of COVID-19, and his process as a political writer.
Michael Malice, author of The New Right, returns to continue his discussion with Matt. Topics include whether the Brett Kavanaugh nomination “red pilled” conservatives, whether the media would have torpedoed a Marco Rubio presidency, and the differences between conservatism and the New Right.
Mark Weinberg, former special advisor and press secretary to President Ronald Reagan, talks about his new book “Movie Nights With The Reagans.”