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Best Casey Garrett podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Casey Garrett podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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At a time when our nation is portrayed as increasingly polarized, media often ignore viewpoints and stories that are worthy of attention. American Thought Leaders, hosted by The Epoch Times Senior Editor Jan Jekielek, features in-depth discussions with some of America’s most influential thought leaders on pertinent issues facing our nation today. #politics #government #donaldtrump #trump
 
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How has the Chinese Communist Party used unconventional tactics to wage war on the US for the past several decades? And why did almost nobody notice? What is asymmetric hybrid warfare, and how is it central to the Chinese Communist Party’s strategy of attack on the West? And, how can companies, universities, and governments effectively protect thei…
 
Through the eyes of a reporter who has worked in over 30 epidemic zones, including SARS in China and Ebola in West Africa, just how big a threat is the current coronavirus outbreak? How can coronavirus be transmitted? How virulent is it, and how does it compare with SARS and MERS, and the 1918 influenza pandemic? How has the Chinese Communist Party…
 
Just what is it like to suddenly have no place to live when you turn 21? Every year, roughly 5,000 such foster care youth end up homeless. But a new program is poised to completely change all that, and change it as early as this year. This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek In this episode, we’ll sit down with Secretary Ben Carson…
 
In the eyes of Open Markets Institute fellow Matt Stoller, how has the rise of monopolies and corporate centralization in America led to a crisis of democracy? How did government policy contribute to this? And, how has the Chinese Communist Party used monopoly power to its advantage against the U.S., using companies like Huawei? This is American Th…
 
Can giving children more options for K-12 schooling help rectify America’s ailing education system? Does school choice help or hurt kids from poor or disadvantaged backgrounds? And, what kinds of funding and schooling opportunities are currently available to families who want to try something different? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m …
 
Just how is Chinese communist disinformation playing into coverage of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak? How has the Chinese regime been ramping up its efforts to spread propaganda and shape news content globally, including in the US? And, what methods does Beijing use to systematically suppress dissenting voices and critical coverage? This is America…
 
Why is the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak almost certainly far worse than officially reported by Chinese authorities? How does this growing humanitarian catastrophe reflect broader, systemic issues surrounding the Communist Party’s rule? And why are donations of medical supplies from outside China being restricted? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, …
 
In the eyes of retired Air Force Gen. Robert Spalding, what is the most powerful tactic the Chinese communist regime uses to exert its influence on Taiwan, the US, and beyond? What was it like to see democracy in action during the recent Taiwan elections? Will they impact Beijing’s calculations around invading Taiwan? What is the significance of th…
 
Just how big an issue is voter fraud in America? And how does it happen, despite the safeguards? What exactly are “ghost voters”? And how does ballot harvesting actually work? And, in the eyes of Adrian Norman, what policies need to be put in place to ensure free and fair elections in America? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekiel…
 
Just what is the significance of the recent Taiwan elections, with incumbent president Tsai Ing Wen winning by a landslide? Why is Taiwan critical to the power balance in Asia? In what ways has the Chinese Communist Party engaged in information warfare against Taiwan? How is the Chinese regime using similar tactics across the globe? And, why is the…
 
Just how widespread is sex trafficking in America? Why is it so incredibly difficult for the victims to ever truly recover and have healthy relationships? How are sex trafficking and pornography connected? And, what can we do to protect our children from sex trafficking? In this episode, we’ll sit down with Jaco Booyens. The brother of a sex traffi…
 
Why does Diana West believe that communist ideology has infiltrated America’s intelligence agencies? After looking into key figures involved in the Spygate scandal, what information did Diana West uncover about their ideological beliefs? How is Donald Trump a “counter-revolutionary” president, in West’s view? In this episode, we'll sit down with Di…
 
At Turning Point USA’s 2019 Student Action Summit, we sit down with Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States, which seeks to limit the power of the federal government by returning some of that power to the states. Meckler is also co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots.By The Epoch Times
 
What is “woke capitalism”? In the eyes of David Azerrad, why are large corporations now taking stances on highly controversial topics that they would have previously avoided? Why does Azerrad think that the radical left has abandoned its push for egalitarian utopia? And what does he see as the way out of the “culture wars” in America today? This is…
 
What is it like reporting and live-streaming on the frontlines of the Hong Kong protests? In the eyes of longtime war correspondent Michael Yon, what are the parallels between Hong Kong and Poland in the 1980s? How is this an existential threat to the Chinese communist regime? And what compelled Hong Konger Eric Fok, who was previously working as a…
 
What is Shen Yun, and why does the Chinese Communist Party try so hard to stop its performances? How is this related to other attempts by the Chinese regime to influence American companies? And, how is this part of the Communist Party’s broader effort to control the narrative about China abroad and suppress dissenting voices? In this episode, we'll…
 
At Turning Point USA’s 2019 Student Action Summit, we sit down Gregg Jarrett, a legal and political analyst for Fox News Channel and author of “The Russia Hoax” and “Witch Hunt,” to discuss his in-depth investigation into the Spygate scandal and the impeachment of President Donald Trump.By The Epoch Times
 
At Turning Point USA’s 2019 Student Action Summit, we sit down with Glenn Beck, a major conservative media personality and political commentator in America, to discuss the Ukraine scandal, the culture war in America, and why his views on Trump and his administration have changed.By The Epoch Times
 
At Turning Point USA’s 2019 Student Action Summit, we sit down with Dr. Sebastian Gorka, the nationally syndicated radio host of America First and former Deputy Assistant to President Donald Trump, to discuss the impeachment vote, the Spygate scandal & new IG report, and the ongoing Hong Kong protests.…
 
In the eyes of Hong Kong’s “Iron Lady” Emily Lau, how has Hong Kong become caught in the power plays of the Chinese Communist Party? How has the Chinese communist regime infiltrated Hong Kong society in the past three decades? How have Western democracies hurt their own self-interests by failing to stand up to communist China? And given the escalat…
 
Why does former Obama Border Patrol chief Mark Morgan see the Crisis at the southwest border as the worst in American history? And how are cartels and coyotes adapting their strategies to exploit weaknesses in current border security? What could Congress do to reduce the crisis, and why is it not taking the steps to do that? This is American Though…
 
Amidst the media spin about the recent Department of Justice IG report, what is the real bottom line? What does it mean for the FBI and its future? Did Inspector General Horowitz really find that there was no bias in the opening of the Russia probe? And, doing a deep dive into the Horowitz report and Horowitz’s testimony in the Senate hearing that …
 
In the eyes of radio talk show personality Larry Elder, does the Horowitz IG Report on FISA abuse possibly vindicate the FBI, as some have been suggesting? Why does Larry think that the Democrat-led Trump impeachment efforts are likely to backfire, hurting the Democratic Party more than helping? What’s his take on the unusual articles of impeachmen…
 
What convinced Gulchehra Hoja, a former producer for a state-controlled TV station in Xinjiang, China, to risk her life and defect to America? Why has the Chinese Communist Party detained over one million Uyghur Muslims in re-education camps in Xinjiang, where they are brainwashed and tortured? And why is the Communist Party taking Uyghur children …
 
Today we sit down with Parler co-founder and CEO John Matze, who seeks to re-create social media into what is, in his eyes: a true public square. We look at the world of social media through his eyes, and discuss his hopes for this budding new platform. We also talk about what it is about Parler that led to an influx of hundreds of thousands of Sau…
 
How exactly does an apolitical young Hong Konger end up on the front lines of the Hong Kong protests? How did he lose his faith in the Hong Kong police, which he had always held in high regard? What is it like actually facing off against riot police? And why is he determined to stay the course? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekie…
 
The Mueller Report showed that Russia did indeed interfere in the 2016 election but that there was no “Russia collusion” with the Trump campaign. The biggest threat facing America today, however, is not Russia, but China. In this episode of American thought Leaders, we sit down with Brian Kennedy, President of The American Strategy Group, a think t…
 
In the eyes of classicist Victor Davis Hanson, how does the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump evoke ancient Greek tragedy, notably the concepts of hubris and nemesis? Why is IG Horowitz’s report on FISA abuse unlikely to satisfy those seeking more accountability for the Spygate scandal? What is the Deep State, really? How is Trump …
 
How is the current election system in Hong Kong stacked against the pro-democracy camp? Why is the pro-democracy victory in the recent district council election so significant? How does this play into the selection of Hong Kong’s next chief executive? Can Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam actually make decisions on her own, or is she completely …
 
Just what galvanized 2 million people, over a quarter of Hong Kong's population, to protest in the streets? And why are so many of them still out there? If Hong Kong loses rule of law, what would be the broader implications? What are some of the most egregious abuses occurring in China today, to people who refuse to be subservient to the ruling reg…
 
In the eyes of legal scholar and activist Dr. Benny Tai, why was Hong Kong’s 2014 Umbrella Movement a big success, even though it did not achieve its goals? How has the pro-democracy movement evolved over the years and become smarter in its approach? And why does Benny see the situation in Hong Kong as part of a new cold war? This is American Thoug…
 
Why does Hong Kong student protester Joey Siu believe the protests are stronger without a leader? Why does she think Hong Kong police are purposefully trying to make the protestors more violent? Why is the situation in Hong Kong inseparable from the human rights abuses occurring in mainland China? And how is the Chinese Communist Party building a s…
 
As part of an older generation, how does 87-year-old Cardinal Joseph Zen view the Hong Kong protests and the leadership of the younger Hong Kong-ers fueling them? Why does Cardinal Zen describe the situation in Hong Kong as a “war”? And how, in Cardinal Zen’s view, has the Vatican made very poor choices vis-a-vis communist China? This is American T…
 
In this episode of American Thought Leaders, we sit down with Jason Johnson, the chief political strategist for Senator Ted Cruz’s 2016 presidential campaign. Johnson also played an important role in Cruz’s election and re-election to the United States Senate. Today, he is the CEO and founder of J2 Strategies, a political consulting firm based in A…
 
Just what exactly is the fate of the approximately five thousand Hong Kong protesters who have been arrested? As a pro-bono lawyer for those Hong Kong protestors, what has Daniel Wong’s experience been like defending them? And, how, in his view, have the police and Hong Kong authorities obstructed rule of law? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, a…
 
Is Iran testing America's resolve in the Middle East? And what can the Trump administration do in response? Is there a threat of war on the horizon? And what can America do to deal with cyberattacks from China? This is American Thought Leaders and I'm Jan Jekielek. Today we sit down with Texas congressman Van Taylor, who is a former Marine intellig…
 
Why is a presidential historian receiving death threats for writing an officially sanctioned book about an American presidency? In the eyes of Doug Wead, who was given unprecedented access to people associated with the Trump presidency, what are its distinguishing features? And what do President Trump and his children have to say for the record, in…
 
Why is Hong Kong’s special status most likely permanently over, in the eyes of preeminent China scholar Arthur Waldron? What key mistakes have US leaders, such as Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger, made in regards to China over the past five decades? Why does Waldron believe the Chinese communist regime is entering a phase of disintegration? And ho…
 
America is in an education crisis. An estimated two thirds of America's high school graduates are neither career, nor college ready. In this episode of American Thought Leaders, we talk with Kevin Chavous, a leading school choice advocate and President of K12, a company that partners with US schools to offer personalized education programs. We disc…
 
How does a teenager become a target for trafficking at her upscale suburban high school in Katy, Texas? How does a pimp brainwash someone to the point they leave home and then sell themselves for the pimp? How does a victim escape and rebuild their life? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek. Today, our guest host, Epoch Times s…
 
In this episode of American Thought Leaders, we sit down with Pastor Bob Fu, who escaped persecution in China twenty years ago to found China Aid, a Texas-based Christian nonprofit promoting religious freedom for all. We discuss the reasons for Pastor Fu’s involvement in the newly formed Committee on the Present Danger: China, which seeks to educat…
 
Did you know that right now, 79,000 children are being sex-trafficked in the state of Texas alone? What are the “six stages of grooming” that predators use to brainwash children and young adults, to pull them into sex trafficking? And how is it even possible this happens, in today’s suburban schools in America? Today, our guest host, Epoch Times se…
 
According to Star Parker, why is it actually a good thing that President Trump inflames the culture war in America? And how did she turn around her life of drug abuse and dependence on welfare? What’s wrong with anti-poverty programs in America? And, what solutions does Parker propose to deal with homelessness and generational poverty? This is Amer…
 
What were the hard decisions President Trump had to make to achieve the current budget deal compromise, and what were his motivations? What were the wins, and what were the losses? How did House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hold the debt ceiling hostage? And how has deregulation contributed to the economic growth we’re seeing in the Trump economy? This is …
 
Reform of the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs was a key campaign promise of candidate Donald Trump. So how have things changed since President Trump took office? What are the key and unexpected issues facing veterans today? And what has Secretary for the Department of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie done to meet these challenges, helping dri…
 
Why do Hispanic-Americans predominantly vote for left-leaning candidates, even though they actually tend to have more conservative values, in Rich Valdes’ view? Why is access to good education the most important factor to success? How has progressive ideology taken over higher education? And how is it that so many Americans embrace socialist and co…
 
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