Interview: Spike Cohen, Libertarian Nominee for Vice President The Right - Listen to our conversation with the candidate to hear how his platform can tackle the greatest problems facing the United States today. Kevin Turner 6/12/2020
Interview: Johann Hari on Mental Health During a Pandemic The Left - “There has been a huge transfer of wealth to the rich and gradual collapse of the middle class. That’s made a lot of people anxious.“ Kevin Turner 6/11/2020
Libertarian Presidential Nominee Jo Jorgensen on the Issues The Right - “The police issue here now is a local issue, and we will let them work it out. If I was a president now, I would say no, we not not need to do something.” Kevin Turner 6/8/2020
Why Trust Prevents Nations from Tearing Themselves Apart The Center - “The last time a leading Danish politician was murdered was 1286. It’s not war with your foreign enemies [that matters]; it’s internally, in political stability.” Mark Hecht 6/5/2020
Leaving Washington D.C. Behind—and a More Wholesome Life The Right - “I think people want to know the story behind things. And I think part of what they’re buying into is the story of our family on our ranch. And so it’s beautiful to be able to share that in some small way.” Kevin Turner 5/27/2020
Speaking with Bo Winegard: from the State of the Academy to the State of Twitter The Center - “My sense is that most people—even people who truly abhor a lot of the stuff that I write—were supportive and were sort of horrified by the decision and by what happened.” Kevin Turner 4/29/2020
Interview: Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones on Endorsing President Trump The Center - “And I have a choice right now: Do I vote for Joe Biden, a white guy who locked black people up? Or do I vote for President Donald Trump, a white guy who happens to be a Republican, who let black people out of jail and gave them a second chance?” Kevin Turner 4/25/2020
Moral Behavior When No One Is Watching: an Interview with Jillian Jordan The Center - “For the ‘Signaling When No One Is Watching,’ basically what we were interested in was motivated by previous research suggesting that people are strongly motivated to signal to others that they’re morally good.” Kevin Turner 4/17/2020
Interview: Merion West Contributor Matt McManus on “Postmodern Conservatism” The Left - “So, I finished my Ph.D. in 2017, and, at the time, Donald Trump had just been elected President of the United States. Like a lot of people, I was a bit perplexed and disturbed by what happened.” Allen Zheng 3/21/2020
Interview: “Savage Messiah: How Dr. Jordan Peterson Is Saving Western Civilization” The Right - “I was surprised at the depth of their depravity in attacking this innocent academic. He also provoked quite a bit of outrage by refusing to be silenced by them—and thank God for that.” Kevin Turner 3/14/2020
A Vision for Transhumanism: an Interview with Rachel Haywire The Center - “Human nature is to seek power; we’ve had that since the Stone Age. That’s just part of human behavior. But, as transhumanists, we seek to go beyond that kind of thing.” Peter Clarke 3/9/2020
Interview: “Trump Wins in 2020: (With the Popular Vote)” The Right - “So over the holidays, I’ve visited several people in the Black community, and they have been very impressed with what they see Trump do.” Erich J. Prince 3/7/2020
Jordan Peterson: the One Who Helped Me When I Most Needed It The Center - “I’m not a disciple of Dr. Peterson’s. But he has inspired and helped to heal me with his words, and I admire him most for the example that he’s set with his own life: the courage to stand up, with shoulders back and face the darkness.” Staff 2/19/2020
John Horvat: Social Media, Jordan Peterson, and “Returning to Order” The Right - “I’ve read Peterson’s Twelves Rules for Life, and it has some points that I agree with. But I don’t think he goes far enough.” Kevin Turner 1/30/2020
Sitting Down with the Director of “The Rise of Jordan Peterson” The Center - “I would say the social aspects of making the film were really difficult for me because a lot of my network and friends and social circle is progressive, and, obviously, progressives are not a fan of [Peterson’s].” Kevin Turner 12/23/2019
Maziar Ghaderi: to Truly Know Jordan Peterson (Part II) The Center - “…what I’ve noticed with Jordan is that his interactions with this polarization of the Left and the Right—it’s actually kind of hardened him. It’s made him a little bit more radical. It’s made him a little bit more hard-skinned.” Kevin Turner 12/15/2019
Maziar Ghaderi: to Truly Know Jordan Peterson The Center - “Yeah, there’s not a lot of lying in Jordan. That’s part of what I was trying to say with the fact that he doesn’t do small talk. If he wants to talk to you, he’ll talk to you. And sometimes the first thing he’ll ask you is something kind of serious.” Kevin Turner 12/6/2019
Why Yasmine Mohammed Is Speaking out Against Islam (Part II) The Center - “Actually, the two things that ex-Muslims let go of—the very last two things that they let go of—are eating pork and anti-Semitism. It’s because both of these things are so ingrained in us from such a young age.” Erich J. Prince 11/27/2019
Why Yasmine Mohammed Is Speaking out Against Islam The Center - “What I was not prepared for was the tsunami of just hate and pushback and disdain that would come from people I thought were my people: people that believed in enlightenment values, Western values, and liberal values.” Erich J. Prince 11/23/2019
In Their Own Words: The Teens Behind Mike Gravel’s Campaign The Left - “That was one of the things the campaign was good at: trying to get as much controversy as possible by provoking conflicts. It’s not an honorable way to go through campaigning, but it worked. Better than you could say for Tim Ryan.” John George 10/13/2019
Rep. Denver Riggleman: Bringing Internet to Rural Areas The Right - “If you have to take your kids and you have to go into a parking lot of a library in order to do homework, that is not something that they want to have to deal with.” Erich J. Prince 10/2/2019
Interview: Rep. Adriano Espaillat—On the Issues The Left - “First of all, I think we should make [the census] a fun process, where people, families engage in it [together], particularly in hard to count districts and communities.” John George 9/26/2019
Rep. Madeleine Dean: Making Community College a Priority The Left - “[Some of my students] couldn’t do all three: commute, work, and schoolwork. So, I saw the affordability problem growing and growing in that setting, but I hear it also from my constituents in every higher education setting.” Erich J. Prince 9/23/2019
Interview: Rep. Jeff Van Drew on Getting the Two Parties to Work Together The Center - “America is an experiment in democracy like none other. I do believe in American exceptionalism. They spoke about many things, but one of the things that they spoke about was the fact that we should never be overly reliant on political parties.” Erich J. Prince 9/11/2019
Georgia’s AG: Fighting Gangs and Human Trafficking The Right - “Like [how] the Southern District of New York became the hub for financial crimes, the Northern District of Georgia has become a hub for online financial crimes and cybersecurity because it all runs through our network.” Erich J. Prince 8/28/2019
Gov. Brian Kemp: His Approach for Georgia The Right - “And things like rural broadband, having quality health care, just a good quality of life, good ability to get a great education—whether it’s going into a technical field college or university setting. We had a lot of different options for folks, and we’re slowly moving the needle.” Erich J. Prince 8/23/2019
Rep. Seth Moulton: Mental Health in America The Left - “When he went to the VA to get help, they told him that their next mental health appointment was in 3 months—even though he was thinking of committing suicide that very night. That’s unacceptable.” John George and Erich J. Prince 8/9/2019
What Happens to Those Who Investigate Government Corruption The Center - “I knew the consequences of looking into public corruption. You’re not going to make many friends, and you’re certainly going to make many enemies.” Erich J. Prince 7/21/2019
On the Issues: Presidential Candidate Joe Sestak The Left - “That’s where I think it’s a real difference, that you actually have somebody running that can actually win a Republican district nearly 2 to 1 without spending a dime on a campaign.” John George 7/20/2019
Sen. David Perdue: Making Washington More Results-Oriented The Right - “We need to go back to what the Founding Fathers and Mothers had in mind: a citizen-legislator—somebody that comes here, tries to get results, and then goes home and lets the next person try.” Erich J. Prince 7/16/2019
One-on-One with Rep. Dwight Evans (Part II) The Left - “I don’t know who you think you’re talking to, because you don’t understand, I’m not your typical Democrat.” Erich J. Prince 7/5/2019
Interview: Rep. Madeleine Dean at Border Detention Facilities The Left - “They slid a note, children with a note under the door and said, ‘How can we help you?'” Erich J. Prince 7/3/2019
Then a Long Shot, Now a Contender: Our 2018 Interview with Andrew Yang The Left - “It is my conviction that we are going through the greatest technological and economic shift in human history, and our political class is completely asleep at the switch.” Henri Mattila 6/27/2019
One-on-One with Rep. Dwight Evans The Left - “I have no differences when people produce outcomes.” Erich J. Prince 6/20/2019
Wayne Messam, The Florida Mayor Running for President The Left - “And some talk is floating around right now about merit-based immigration. Individuals like my parents would have been at the bottom, the end of the line, and would perhaps never have had an opportunity, and yet they helped build the agriculture sector.” Erich J. Prince 6/13/2019