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On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Chris Christie, former Governor of New Jersey and former U.S. Attorney. Roger and Gov. Christie discussed his speech in the Time for Choosing Series at the Reagan Library as well as the future of the Republican Party and upcoming elections.
On this episode, we are joined by Senator Joni Ernst. She was elected from Iowa in 2014 and is the first female combat veteran to serve in the U.S. Senate, after a distinguished career in the Army Reserve and in the Army National Guard. She is the Vice Chair of the Senate Republican Conference and a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Roger and Sen. Ernst talked about the war in Ukraine, including her personal connection to the country and the Ukrainian military’s need for additional lethal aid. They also discussed China, and how the China threat affects everyday Iowans.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Juan Zarate, Global Co-Managing Partner and Chief Strategy Officer at K2 Integrity. Juan previously served in the George W. Bush Administration as deputy National Security Advisor. Roger and Juan discussed the future of the dollar as the global reserve currency, cryptocurrencies, SWIFT, sanctions, and the war in Ukraine.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by David Feith, an adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security and a Senior Fellow with the Commanding Heights Initiative of Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE). David was previously a U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and an editorial writer for The Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong. Roger and David discussed China, their reaction to Russia's War in Ukraine, and how finance fits into their broader strategy.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Rep. Victoria Spartz, a freshman Republican member of Congress that grew up in Ukraine until the age of 22. Roger and Rep. Spartz discuss Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine, her connections to the conflict, and how the United States should respond.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Managing Director of the Defense Innovation Unit, Mike Brown. Roger and Mike discussed DIU's efforts to help the military attain more innovative technologies and ensure that the United States can win in the future of warfare.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Presidential historian and prolific Reagan biographer Craig Shirley. Shirley is the author of the new book, April 1945: The Hinge of History, which tells the story of the American victory at the end of the Second World War. The discussion consists of the new book, the leadership of Franklin Roosevelt and Generals Patton and MacArthur, and what President Reagan learned from FDR’s example.
On this episode of Reaganism, Roger sits down with Geoff Duncan, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Georgia. The two discuss the 2020 election and the Trump presidency, the future of the GOP, and President Biden.
On this episode of Reaganism recorded at our Reagan Institute Strategy meeting on February 24, John Bolton, former National Security Advisor and Ambassador to the United Nations discusses Russia’s military assault on Ukraine, the impact of Trump’s presidency on national security, and what America must do to strengthen our defense.
Michael Abramowitz is the president of Freedom House. He previously served for over twenty years as a correspondent for the Washington Post. Roger and Michael discussed the fifteen-year trend of declining freedom in the world, the Winter Olympics amid China’s genocide against the Uyghurs, and how the current Russia-Ukraine crisis demonstrates the threat to democracy posed by authoritarianism.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Andy Puzder. From 2000 to 2017, Andy Puzder served as CEO of CKE Restaurants, the parent company of Hardee's and Carl's Jr. A frequent commentator on economic issues, Andy and Roger discuss inflation, the federal reserve, and problems in the labor market.