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Hosted by Tenecia Nicole, Beyond the Bookshelf explores the backstory behind the book. After working with a few high profile authors, Tenecia Nicole discovered the backstory behind the book was just as powerful as the book itself. She saw a void in the market for this type of content and filled it with Beyond the Bookshelf. On the show, Tenecia Nicole has one-on-one conversations with authors and together they discuss the backstory behind their books. Join her as she explores the unknown wit ...
 
INTERSECT is a radio interview program that showcases interviews with musicians who were once/or still are prominent Christian music artist, discussing how their encounter with Christ not only influenced the direction and intent of their music, but also the direction and intent of their individual lives. The shows will be interesting, entertaining and inspirational as we learn how these musicians started, their experiences along the way and where they are now as artist and people. Aaron “The ...
 
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TOPICS: Good poetics and good politics, the details of HR1, and Robert BrowningHost Scot Bertram talks with Matthew Mehan, Director of Academic Programs for Hillsdale in D.C. and Assistant Professor of Government, about the importance of good poetics to good politics. Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, describes the…
 
Jason Miller is Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump, coordinating his media schedule. It's a role Miller has filled since the 2016 election. Now, Jason sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss the inner workings of a former President's office. Plus, Jason details how POTUS #45 is staying active, healthy and in the political arena. Follow Greg Kell…
 
Former NFL player Jack Brewer sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss helping America rediscover faith. Brewer, now well-known for his outspoken support of the 45th President of the United States as a member of Black Voices for Trump, has discovered himself through both the opportunities and vices provided to him in his career. Brewer gets candid abou…
 
TOPICS: "50 Years of Reparations," THE EMPEROR'S SWORD, math as part of a liberal arts education, and Elizebeth Smith FriedmanHost Scot Bertram talks with Paul Moreno, William and Berniece Grewcock Chair in Constitutional History, Professor of History, & Dean of Social Sciences at Hillsdale, about his recent essay at RealClearPolicy, "50 Years of R…
 
Joel Gilbert is a filmmaker, director and writer of political and music documentaries. His film and book, The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America has convinced the thousands who saw it that there was witness fraud in the trial of George Zimmerman. Gilbert has faced backlash for making films based on his theories about sub…
 
Jennifer Bennett is one of the survivors of the 2013 Navy Yard shooting that claimed the lives of 12 people in Washington, D.C. Ms. Bennett gets candid with Greg Kelly about how her faith kept her calm and collected while literally staring down the barrel of the shooter's weapon. She sustained a point-blank shotgun blast and was severely wounded. D…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Best-Selling Author Anita Morris and they discuss her book Step Into It: Overcoming Trials That Lead to Purpose. During the conversation Anita talks about being a transformational speaker who encourages and teaches women how to step into the purpose in the midst and aftermath of their own devastating trials…
 
TOPICS: Christianity in politics, the autobiography of Calvin Coolidge, the Humanist movement, & slanted journalismHost Scot Bertram talks with John Grant, Associate Professor and Chairman of Politics at Hillsdale, about Christianity in politics. Amity Shlaes, Chair of the Coolidge Foundation, discusses the new edition of THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CALVI…
 
Everett Alvarez, Jr., was the first U.S. pilot to be downed and detained during the Vietnam War and spent over eight years and seven months in captivity by the North Vietnamese. Alvarez is the second-longest held U.S. Prisoner of War in United States military history. He was repeatedly beaten and tortured. Alvarez joins Greg Kelly in this riveting …
 
Everett Alvarez, Jr. spent one of the longest times as a Prisoner of War in the history of the United States Military. Shot down while in Vietnam, Alvarez's triumphant repatriation after over 8 years in captivity thrust him into the spotlight and accelerated his career. In this interview with Greg Kelly, part one of part two coming later in the wee…
 
TOPICS: Civic and moral virtues, religious liberty in crisis, and AESOP'S FABLESHost Scot Bertram talks with Will Morrisey, Professor Emeritus of Politics at Hillsdale College, about his recent essay titled "Civic and Moral Virtues, the American Way". Ken Starr discusses his new book, RELIGIOUS LIBERTY IN CRISIS: EXERCISING YOUR FAITH IN AN AGE OF …
 
Christopher Nixon Cox, grandson of President Richard Nixon, sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss growing up in the Nixon family. Included in the discussion, Cox describes his many trips to China over the years. China has had respect for the Nixon family since President Nixon opened up China during his time in office. That special treatment gives Co…
 
Ken Starr is the former Solicitor General of the United States and a former judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Most Americans don't know that Starr is one of the country's top constitutional law experts. He is also a devout Christian. Starr's new book addresses the current crisis facing faith. Not one to mince words, the new b…
 
TOPICS: Reagan, the Great Communicator, identity politics and other afflictions of our time, & a continuing discussion of definitionHost Scot Bertram talks with John J. Miller, head of the Hillsdale College Dow Journalism Program, about Ronald Reagan as "The Great Communicator" and his career in media. Joshua Mitchell, professor of political theory…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Alyssa Rachelle and they discuss her book Gumbo: A Celebration of Family and History. During the conversation Alyssa's talks about making her documentary Gumbo, going through the self-publishing process and filming during a pandemic. Tenecia and Alyssa also discuss memorable moments while attending The Univ…
 
Tony-winning actor Ben Vereen sits down with Greg Kelly for a heartwarming chat about hard work and success. The original Leading Player in Broadway's Pippin, Vereen quickly rose to fame appearing on stage and screen. His charisma, talent and affable nature won the hearts of millions across the country in the 60's and 70's. Vereen's career as a dan…
 
Former White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Advisor Kevin Sabet joins Greg Kelly to talk about his new book, "Smokescreen: What the Marijuana Industry Doesn't Want You to Know" which is catching fire with pre-orders causing a buzz across the country. Dr. Sabet believes that all marijuana should not be legal. Science shows that the pot…
 
TOPICS: Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech, the root causes of violent protests in the U.S., and "true crime" documentariesHost Scot Bertram talks with Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, about the 75th anniversary of Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech. Mary Eberstadt discusses her essay, "The Fury of the Fatherless," looking at the r…
 
Former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey sits down with Greg Kelly. They get candid about McGreevey's faith, and how that guided him in his time in office. Plus, they talk about The New Jersey Reentry Corporation, a non-profit agency run by McGreevey with a social mission to remove all barriers to employment for citizens returning from incarceratio…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Jabrita Shelton and they discuss her book Mind Your Madness: A Guide to Navigating Trauma. During the conversation, Tenecia shares a personal experience and Jabrita uses the method from her book to help Tenecia navigate through her trauma. To learn more about Jabrita, visit her website and follow her on soc…
 
Larry Stegna served his country for 40 plus years as a silent hero. He worked as a Marine Electrician for the legendary Bath Iron Works. In his time there, he worked to secure electrical work on over 70 ships. The vital work of the Bath crew allows the Navy sailors and officers to do their job knowing they are on a top-of-the-line vessel. In this i…
 
TOPICS: How baseball became big, why the Green New Deal is even worse than you think, Westward Expansion in America, & a Hillsdale alum shares his insightsHost Scot Bertram talks with Paul Moreno, a huge baseball fan who also serves as William and Berniece Grewcock Chair in Constitutional History, Professor of History, & Dean of Social Sciences at …
 
Martin Tankleff was wrongfully convicted in 1990 of murdering his parents. 17 years later, he was exonerated and released from prison. While inside, Tankleff used his time to be productive. He studied and earned his law degree. Now, he helps free those imprisoned for crimes they did not commit. While inside, Tankleff met Tupac Shakur, and learned t…
 
Stephen Coonts is a New York Times best-selling author of military and spy thrillers. Coonts began writing while in the military, and later while pursuing his law degree.His debut, Flight of the Intruder, became a hit and led to the beloved Jake Grafton series of novels. Coonts, a pilot himself, loved the A-6 Intruder for which the novel is named. …
 
TOPICS: The nanny state, the future or artificial intelligence, the essays of Flannery O'Connor, & the philosophy of luckHost Scot Bertram talks with Paul Rahe, Professor of History & Chair in the Western Heritage at Hillsdale, about the origins of the "nanny state" and attempts to roll it back. Brian Christian, author of THE MOST HUMAN HUMAN discu…
 
Greg Feroldi has spent years serving his country in the clouds. From his service as a Marine pilot, to becoming part of the HMX-1 Marine One team that transports the President of The United States. Feroldi has proudly flown high for this Nation. Even after retiring, Feroldi returned to Afghanistan as a military contractor to...what else? Fly some m…
 
John Michels joins Greg Kelly in an emotionally raw long-form sit down to discuss the left's horrendous attempt to politicize the fallout from the Atlanta Salon shootings that left 8 people dead. John's younger brother, Paul Andre Michels, was among those who perished in the attack.In this candid conversation, Kelly and Michels focus on the other i…
 
TOPICS: The 1776 Report, political correctness and higher education, and the Hillsdale French Study Abroad programHost Scot Bertram talks with Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College & chairman of the 1776 Commission, about the expanded release of the 1776 REPORT and how listeners might find it useful. Williams College Professor of Political Sci…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Tristen Sutton and they discuss best selling book, The #Know #Like #Trust Expeditor, Tristen's three strategies for posting on social media, Facebook Ads, and his top strategies for author's. This episode is full of great information, laughter and all around fun! Tristen also has another business venture, S…
 
Colonel Eileen Collins, USAF (Retired) is the first woman to ever command a space mission. She sits down with Greg Kelly to share how her dream of shooting to the stars turned her into not only one of the most accomplished astronauts, but a seasoned politician. Colonel Collins is not afraid of voicing her conservative views, and her belief that the…
 
The Director of "The Plot Against the President" talks with Greg Kelly. It was one of the hottest political docs of 2020, and the impact was felt throughout the Swamp of Washington, DC. Amanda Milius is the director behind "The Plot Against the President." Milius had previously worked for The Trump Administration as the Deputy Assistant Secretary f…
 
TOPICS: Hillsdale's new online mathematics course, Lincoln and "'Anti-Racism," Alfred, Lord Tennyson, & Big Tech and political manipulationHost Scot Bertram talks with Thomas Treloar, Chairman and Professor of Mathematics at Hillsdale, about the College's new online course on mathematics and logic. Ken Masugi, Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institu…
 
Author, radio host and the Assistant Executive Director of Seeking Educational Excellence Charles Love returns to the podcast to discuss why real conversations about race have yet to happen. Love points out that only the protected liberal class of minorities are allowed to have conversations on race. The idea that anyone who has ever said anything …
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Barbara Howard and they discuss the backstory behind her book Final Harvest. The conversation Tenecia Nicole has with Barbara centers around character development, reader feedback and the Texas winter storm. Visit Barbara Howard on her website: https://authorbarbarahoward.com/ and check out the promos she m…
 
Celebrated American author of suspense and historical fiction, Nelson DeMille, sits down with Greg Kelly to discuss his writing process. The pair dig into what makes a successful writer and what inspires DeMille. Plus, the author of dozens of novels also shares the old-fashioned way in which he writes his books. (Hint: he splurges on the good for a…
 
Bernadette Casey Smith, daughter of alleged Bob Woodward source William Casey, speaks out. Casey Smith's father, the former CIA Director, allegedly made a deathbed confession with regard to his knowledge of the Iran-Contra affair. Since that confession was published in Woodward's book, Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA 1981-1987, many have come forw…
 
TOPICS: The legacy of Rush Limbaugh, leaving Seattle for Texas, and John Henry NewmanHost Scot Bertram talks with James Brandon, Chairman and Professor of Theatre at Hillsdale College, about the legacy left by the late Rush Limbaugh. Long-time Seattle talk radio host Kirby Wilbur discusses his decision to retire and move from the Pacific Northwest …
 
Nigel Farage, a businessman who left his success behind for the pay cut of government, chats with Greg Kelly. Sound familiar? Farage, a former MP with 21 years experience, has drawn many parallels between him and former US President Donald Trump. Especially as Trump's rise coincided with the rise of the Reform UK, formerly known as the Brexit Party…
 
Governor Andrew Cuomo has come under fire for allegedly attempting to hide the impact of COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes. And, while he's vulnerable, multiple women have come forward to accuse the New York State Governor of unwanted sexual advances.WOR 710 Radio Host Mark Simone returns to the podcast to weigh in on these pressing events. Plus, he…
 
TOPICS: Challenging claims of “systemic racism,” lowered expectations in education, & Alexander the GreatHost Scot Bertram talks with David Azerrad, Assistant Professor and Research Fellow at Hillsdale College's Van Andel Graduate School of Government, about his recent essay titled, "On the Peculiar Character of American 'Racism'". Ian Rowe, reside…
 
Author and the Assistant Executive Director of Seeking Educational Excellence Charles Love sits down with Greg Kelly to talk about being a bridge between Black America and conservative ideals. Love talks about his time as a restaurateur and refusing to let race (and the race card) define and limit his ability to succeed. Plus, he and Greg talk abou…
 
David Schoen was shocked to receive a call from former President Donald Trump, personally asking him to be a part of the team defending him at the unprecedented second impeachment trial in the Senate.In this emotional interview, Schoen describes an early interest in civil rights law--that led him to become one of only two non-Black students in his …
 
TOPICS: Frederick Douglass the journalist, the CRISIS OF THE TWO CONSTITUTIONS, & discussing definitionHost Scot Bertram talks with John J. Miller, head of the Hillsdale College Dow Journalism Program, about Frederick Douglass the journalist. Charles Kesler, senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, shares insights from his new book, CRISIS OF THE …
 
First Sergeant US Army (Ret.) Matt Eversmann joins Greg Kelly to talk about his new book with legendary author James Patterson, Walk in My Combat Boots. The non-fiction collection of veteran stories is a moving portrayal of the heroes across America who lay it all on the line for our Freedom. Sergeant Eversmann also shares his own journey, includin…
 
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