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A weekly podcast taking a closer look at the groundbreaking news stories coming out of our nation's capital. Including interviews with lawmakers, newsmakers, and political insiders.

Latest Episodes

The Sunbelt Has Become The New Hot Spot For Coronavirus

This Week: The coronavirus pandemic is not over. Texas, Florida, Arizona and California have seen spikes in COVID-19 cases this week. Despite the recent surges in some states, it’s not slowing down President Trump’s campaign or his travel across the U.S. Jared and FOX’s White House Correspondent Jon Decker discuss. All over the U.S. historical statues including controversial ones honoring confederates are coming down, many by force. FOX’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland and FOX News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discuss the issue. Will America add a 51st star to its flag? This week the Democratic-controlled House approved of legislation to make Washington D.C the 51st state. President Trump has voiced his opposition to D.C. statehood and the White House has also signaled a veto of the statehood bill in the unlikely case it makes it through the GOP-controlled Senate. One of the long time advocates is D.C. City Council Chairman Phil Mendelson. He tells Jared what a new state would be like, what it would mean for the federal government and why district residents need their own state. A new FOX News poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading President Trump in key battleground states including Texas, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida. Jared and FOX News Radio’s Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar weigh in on the recent poll, if Democrats have a chance in flipping Texas this year and how important the upcoming debates will be.

48 MIN5 d ago
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The Sunbelt Has Become The New Hot Spot For Coronavirus

Everyone Has An Opinion

Calls for change continue following the death of George Floyd. President Trump signed an Executive Order on police reform this week as a first step. The Republican led Senate released its police reform legislation and the House Judiciary Committee advanced its police legislation as well. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss. It was a big week for the Supreme Court on two major cases. The first one a 6-3 majority expanding workplace protection for gay and transgender employees and the second one, a 5-4 majority blocking the Trump Administration’s attempt to rescind DACA. Jared and FOX's Supreme Court Producer Bill Mears discuss both cases. Tensions in Asia rose this week as North Korea blew up a joint liaison embassy with South Korea and India and China faced off over a border dispute in the Himalayan Mountains for the first time in decades. FOX’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland discusses the border escalations with the President of Eurasia G...

47 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Everyone Has An Opinion

Doors Opening Under The Cloud Of A Pandemic

This Week: With some states reopening, protests nationwide and President Trump announcing he will be holding campaign rallies in the upcoming weeks, where do we stand on the coronavirus pandemic? Jared speaks with CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield about where we are as a country with the virus, why it's important to continue social distancing and if we should expect schools to open up in the fall. With nationwide protests over police brutality and racial injustice continuing in the aftermath of George Floyd's killing, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are promising reform. Jared and FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss the legislation both parties are working on. The U.S. Supreme Court is due to issue a decision soon on high profile cases including DACA, abortion, LGBTQ rights and President Trump's tax returns. FOX's Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with FOX's Supreme Court producer Bill Mears about all of these cases. Who will be presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's running mate for 2020? We do know one thing, that the candidate will be a woman, if Biden keeps his promise. Jared and Fox News Radio Political Analyst and Political Editor at the National Journal Josh Kraushaar discuss some of the possible front runners.

50 MIN2 w ago
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Doors Opening Under The Cloud Of A Pandemic

A Nation On Edge

This Week: Americans took to the streets to protest against police brutality following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis who was killed by an officer who had his knee on his neck. Some of the protests turned violent, with buildings and police cars lit on fire and looting. FOX News Correspondent Matt Finn describes to Jared what it was like covering the protests in Minneapolis, MN and how it was different from other protests he’s covered. FOX News Radio’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Griff Jenkins and Leland Vittert who covered protests in Washington D.C. for the FOX News Channel. Leland shares his story of what happened last Friday night when he was targeted by angry protesters outside the White House. President Trump said he would "deploy the United States Military," in order to "defend the life and property" of United States citizens. These comments were made, as parts of the country saw looting, violent protests and fires throughout the weekend. FOX News Pentagon Correspondent Jennifer Griffin discusses the ongoing debate around the Insurrection Act of 1807. So what happens next? FOX News political analyst and co-host of The Five, Juan Williams, discusses what these events mean for the "the fabric of society," and how this experience might impact the 2020 election.

38 MIN3 w ago
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A Nation On Edge

Social Fact Checking

This Week: On Friday President Trump terminated the U.S. relationship with the World Health Organization after the United States passed 100,000 deaths due to the Coronavirus. This as 40 million people are out of work and hundreds of thousands of businesses closed, Eric Hargan is Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services discusses what the Trump administration is doing to safely re-open the country. President Trump signed an Executive Order this week after his tweets were fact-checked and flagged by Twitter, regarding vote-by-mail fraud concerns and the recent riots in Minneapolis. Fox News Radio's White House Correspondent Jon Decker discusses the controversy and FOX's Chief Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains the new way Congress is voting during Coronavirus. Due to the Coronavirus, lawmakers are thinking up ways for U.S. citizens to cast their ballots this November. Many hoping to make mail-in voting work, but President Trump believes this could lead to voter fra...

45 MINMAY 30
Comments
Social Fact Checking

Remembering America's Fallen Heroes

This Week: The Global coronavirus pandemic is a top priority in Washington but it’s not the only priority. Last week the House passed a $3T relief fund, the most expensive bill in history, but was shot down by the Senate. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram recap this week’s Capitol Hill news and what to expect when lawmakers return after Memorial Day. Last week President Trump fired the State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. The controversial move has drawn scrutiny from both Democrats and Republicans. So is the President in the wrong? Jared spoke to Liz Hempowicz, Director of Public Policy at Project on Government Oversight about the Inspector General’s role and if the firing is significant. Memorial Day will look different this year because of Covid-19. Arlington National Cemetery will be closed to the general public, but families will be able to come visit their loved ones. The Boy Scouts of America usually place flags on the graves of the nati...

45 MINMAY 23
Comments
Remembering America's Fallen Heroes

Unmasked & Under Scrutiny

This Week: It was a busy week on Capitol Hill. The House put forth a $3-trillion coronavirus bill which Senate Republicans called dead on arrival. Plus, Dr. Anthony Fauci and HHS whistleblower Dr. Rick Bright testified in front of Congress this week. Jared and FOX's Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss. A list of top Obama administration officials requesting to 'unmask' former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn during the presidential transition period, was made public on Wednesday after Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell declassified it. FOX's National Correspondent Gillian Turner has been covering this story and she spoke to Jared about what exactly 'unmasking' is, how this plays into the Michael Flynn case and if a crime was committed. President Trump has voiced his displeasure with China for downplaying the severity of the coronavirus. FOX's Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Asia expert Gordon Chang about the future of the U.S./China relationship, and the FBI's investigation into the communist country over hacking attempts of Covid-19 research. 2020 is a presidential election year and the coronavirus has placed some obstacles in the way for campaigns. With social distancing precautions in effect, it raises the question if there will be an on-site Democratic or Republican National Convention in August this year. Jared speaks with RNC Communications Director Rick Gorka about the possibility of holding a Republican National Convention this year and what precaution will be taken if it does happen.

43 MINMAY 16
Comments
Unmasked & Under Scrutiny

SCOTUS Dealt A Flush

This Week: U.S. meat packing plants have been devastated by the coronavirus outbreak and the U.S. supply chain is facing shortages. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue sent letters to governors and meat processing companies outlining expectations for those facilities to ramp up. Jared spoke to Secretary Perdue about safety concerns for workers and how his department is trying to meet supply chain shortages. The DOJ dropped its case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn following the release of internal memos that raised questions about the nature of the investigation that led to Flynn's late 2017 guilty plea. Jared and FOX's White House Correspondent Jon Decker discuss. For the first time in history the Supreme Court held remote oral arguments that were live streamed for the public to hear. Jared and FOX's Supreme Court producer Bill Mears discuss some of the cases and some technical issues that were heard during their session this week. The presidency isn't the only thing Americans will be voting for this year. It's looking more and more likely that Democrats have a chance to take control of the Senate, with vulnerable GOP seats up for grabs. Jared discusses where Democrats can make pivotal flips and where Republicans can expand their majority with Jessica Taylor, the Senate and Governors Editor for The Cook Political Report.

49 MINMAY 9
Comments
SCOTUS Dealt A Flush

When Will We Get Back To Normal?

This Week: Vice President Mike Pence has been leading the White House task force against the coronavirus pandemic. FOX News Radio’s White House Correspondent Jon Decker sat down with Vice President Pence earlier this week and discussed moving past Covid-19, reopening the U.S. economy, getting Americans back to work, testing and protecting our most vulnerable population from the virus. While the Republican led Senate will be returning to Washington on Monday, the Democrat led House will not. The Senate will tackle the next relief bill with President Trump next week. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss. When was the last time you visited your doctor? Cancer screenings and chemotherapy treatments are down across the board. So what does this mean for our health? FOX’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland discusses all this and more with the former President of American Medical Association Dr. Barbara McAneny. On Friday, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden formally denied allegations of sexual assault against him by former Senate staffer Tara Reade. Jared and FOX News Radio’s Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar weigh in on the accusation, Biden’s handling of it and what this means for his campaign moving forward.

50 MINMAY 2
Comments
When Will We Get Back To Normal?

Reopening the Economy Comes with Mixed Messages

This Week: Americans have taken to the street to protest around the country to reopen the United States. Several states are beginning to relax social distancing guidelines and reopen their economy. While President Trump seemed to be on board with reopening America, he slammed Georgia Governor Brian Kemp for his decision to reopen his state. Jared and FOX’s White House Correspondent Jon Decker discuss. President Trump on Friday signed the latest coronavirus relief bill passed by Congress. The legislation includes additional aid to the small business program and hospitals. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explain. Oil prices plummeted into historic negative territory this week due to the coronavirus outbreak. So what does this mean for the future of the oil industry? Plus, will we see a future bailout? Jared speaks with American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Mike Sommers about all this and more. There’s speculation on North Korean dictator Kim Jon Un...

49 MINAPR 25
Comments
Reopening the Economy Comes with Mixed Messages

Latest Episodes

The Sunbelt Has Become The New Hot Spot For Coronavirus

This Week: The coronavirus pandemic is not over. Texas, Florida, Arizona and California have seen spikes in COVID-19 cases this week. Despite the recent surges in some states, it’s not slowing down President Trump’s campaign or his travel across the U.S. Jared and FOX’s White House Correspondent Jon Decker discuss. All over the U.S. historical statues including controversial ones honoring confederates are coming down, many by force. FOX’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland and FOX News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discuss the issue. Will America add a 51st star to its flag? This week the Democratic-controlled House approved of legislation to make Washington D.C the 51st state. President Trump has voiced his opposition to D.C. statehood and the White House has also signaled a veto of the statehood bill in the unlikely case it makes it through the GOP-controlled Senate. One of the long time advocates is D.C. City Council Chairman Phil Mendelson. He tells Jared what a new state would be like, what it would mean for the federal government and why district residents need their own state. A new FOX News poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading President Trump in key battleground states including Texas, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida. Jared and FOX News Radio’s Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar weigh in on the recent poll, if Democrats have a chance in flipping Texas this year and how important the upcoming debates will be.

48 MIN5 d ago
Comments
The Sunbelt Has Become The New Hot Spot For Coronavirus

Everyone Has An Opinion

Calls for change continue following the death of George Floyd. President Trump signed an Executive Order on police reform this week as a first step. The Republican led Senate released its police reform legislation and the House Judiciary Committee advanced its police legislation as well. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss. It was a big week for the Supreme Court on two major cases. The first one a 6-3 majority expanding workplace protection for gay and transgender employees and the second one, a 5-4 majority blocking the Trump Administration’s attempt to rescind DACA. Jared and FOX's Supreme Court Producer Bill Mears discuss both cases. Tensions in Asia rose this week as North Korea blew up a joint liaison embassy with South Korea and India and China faced off over a border dispute in the Himalayan Mountains for the first time in decades. FOX’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland discusses the border escalations with the President of Eurasia G...

47 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Everyone Has An Opinion

Doors Opening Under The Cloud Of A Pandemic

This Week: With some states reopening, protests nationwide and President Trump announcing he will be holding campaign rallies in the upcoming weeks, where do we stand on the coronavirus pandemic? Jared speaks with CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield about where we are as a country with the virus, why it's important to continue social distancing and if we should expect schools to open up in the fall. With nationwide protests over police brutality and racial injustice continuing in the aftermath of George Floyd's killing, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are promising reform. Jared and FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss the legislation both parties are working on. The U.S. Supreme Court is due to issue a decision soon on high profile cases including DACA, abortion, LGBTQ rights and President Trump's tax returns. FOX's Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with FOX's Supreme Court producer Bill Mears about all of these cases. Who will be presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's running mate for 2020? We do know one thing, that the candidate will be a woman, if Biden keeps his promise. Jared and Fox News Radio Political Analyst and Political Editor at the National Journal Josh Kraushaar discuss some of the possible front runners.

50 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Doors Opening Under The Cloud Of A Pandemic

A Nation On Edge

This Week: Americans took to the streets to protest against police brutality following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis who was killed by an officer who had his knee on his neck. Some of the protests turned violent, with buildings and police cars lit on fire and looting. FOX News Correspondent Matt Finn describes to Jared what it was like covering the protests in Minneapolis, MN and how it was different from other protests he’s covered. FOX News Radio’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Griff Jenkins and Leland Vittert who covered protests in Washington D.C. for the FOX News Channel. Leland shares his story of what happened last Friday night when he was targeted by angry protesters outside the White House. President Trump said he would "deploy the United States Military," in order to "defend the life and property" of United States citizens. These comments were made, as parts of the country saw looting, violent protests and fires throughout the weekend. FOX News Pentagon Correspondent Jennifer Griffin discusses the ongoing debate around the Insurrection Act of 1807. So what happens next? FOX News political analyst and co-host of The Five, Juan Williams, discusses what these events mean for the "the fabric of society," and how this experience might impact the 2020 election.

38 MIN3 w ago
Comments
A Nation On Edge

Social Fact Checking

This Week: On Friday President Trump terminated the U.S. relationship with the World Health Organization after the United States passed 100,000 deaths due to the Coronavirus. This as 40 million people are out of work and hundreds of thousands of businesses closed, Eric Hargan is Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services discusses what the Trump administration is doing to safely re-open the country. President Trump signed an Executive Order this week after his tweets were fact-checked and flagged by Twitter, regarding vote-by-mail fraud concerns and the recent riots in Minneapolis. Fox News Radio's White House Correspondent Jon Decker discusses the controversy and FOX's Chief Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains the new way Congress is voting during Coronavirus. Due to the Coronavirus, lawmakers are thinking up ways for U.S. citizens to cast their ballots this November. Many hoping to make mail-in voting work, but President Trump believes this could lead to voter fra...

45 MINMAY 30
Comments
Social Fact Checking

Remembering America's Fallen Heroes

This Week: The Global coronavirus pandemic is a top priority in Washington but it’s not the only priority. Last week the House passed a $3T relief fund, the most expensive bill in history, but was shot down by the Senate. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram recap this week’s Capitol Hill news and what to expect when lawmakers return after Memorial Day. Last week President Trump fired the State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. The controversial move has drawn scrutiny from both Democrats and Republicans. So is the President in the wrong? Jared spoke to Liz Hempowicz, Director of Public Policy at Project on Government Oversight about the Inspector General’s role and if the firing is significant. Memorial Day will look different this year because of Covid-19. Arlington National Cemetery will be closed to the general public, but families will be able to come visit their loved ones. The Boy Scouts of America usually place flags on the graves of the nati...

45 MINMAY 23
Comments
Remembering America's Fallen Heroes

Unmasked & Under Scrutiny

This Week: It was a busy week on Capitol Hill. The House put forth a $3-trillion coronavirus bill which Senate Republicans called dead on arrival. Plus, Dr. Anthony Fauci and HHS whistleblower Dr. Rick Bright testified in front of Congress this week. Jared and FOX's Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss. A list of top Obama administration officials requesting to 'unmask' former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn during the presidential transition period, was made public on Wednesday after Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell declassified it. FOX's National Correspondent Gillian Turner has been covering this story and she spoke to Jared about what exactly 'unmasking' is, how this plays into the Michael Flynn case and if a crime was committed. President Trump has voiced his displeasure with China for downplaying the severity of the coronavirus. FOX's Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Asia expert Gordon Chang about the future of the U.S./China relationship, and the FBI's investigation into the communist country over hacking attempts of Covid-19 research. 2020 is a presidential election year and the coronavirus has placed some obstacles in the way for campaigns. With social distancing precautions in effect, it raises the question if there will be an on-site Democratic or Republican National Convention in August this year. Jared speaks with RNC Communications Director Rick Gorka about the possibility of holding a Republican National Convention this year and what precaution will be taken if it does happen.

43 MINMAY 16
Comments
Unmasked & Under Scrutiny

SCOTUS Dealt A Flush

This Week: U.S. meat packing plants have been devastated by the coronavirus outbreak and the U.S. supply chain is facing shortages. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue sent letters to governors and meat processing companies outlining expectations for those facilities to ramp up. Jared spoke to Secretary Perdue about safety concerns for workers and how his department is trying to meet supply chain shortages. The DOJ dropped its case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn following the release of internal memos that raised questions about the nature of the investigation that led to Flynn's late 2017 guilty plea. Jared and FOX's White House Correspondent Jon Decker discuss. For the first time in history the Supreme Court held remote oral arguments that were live streamed for the public to hear. Jared and FOX's Supreme Court producer Bill Mears discuss some of the cases and some technical issues that were heard during their session this week. The presidency isn't the only thing Americans will be voting for this year. It's looking more and more likely that Democrats have a chance to take control of the Senate, with vulnerable GOP seats up for grabs. Jared discusses where Democrats can make pivotal flips and where Republicans can expand their majority with Jessica Taylor, the Senate and Governors Editor for The Cook Political Report.

49 MINMAY 9
Comments
SCOTUS Dealt A Flush

When Will We Get Back To Normal?

This Week: Vice President Mike Pence has been leading the White House task force against the coronavirus pandemic. FOX News Radio’s White House Correspondent Jon Decker sat down with Vice President Pence earlier this week and discussed moving past Covid-19, reopening the U.S. economy, getting Americans back to work, testing and protecting our most vulnerable population from the virus. While the Republican led Senate will be returning to Washington on Monday, the Democrat led House will not. The Senate will tackle the next relief bill with President Trump next week. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss. When was the last time you visited your doctor? Cancer screenings and chemotherapy treatments are down across the board. So what does this mean for our health? FOX’s Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland discusses all this and more with the former President of American Medical Association Dr. Barbara McAneny. On Friday, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden formally denied allegations of sexual assault against him by former Senate staffer Tara Reade. Jared and FOX News Radio’s Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar weigh in on the accusation, Biden’s handling of it and what this means for his campaign moving forward.

50 MINMAY 2
Comments
When Will We Get Back To Normal?

Reopening the Economy Comes with Mixed Messages

This Week: Americans have taken to the street to protest around the country to reopen the United States. Several states are beginning to relax social distancing guidelines and reopen their economy. While President Trump seemed to be on board with reopening America, he slammed Georgia Governor Brian Kemp for his decision to reopen his state. Jared and FOX’s White House Correspondent Jon Decker discuss. President Trump on Friday signed the latest coronavirus relief bill passed by Congress. The legislation includes additional aid to the small business program and hospitals. Jared and FOX’s Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explain. Oil prices plummeted into historic negative territory this week due to the coronavirus outbreak. So what does this mean for the future of the oil industry? Plus, will we see a future bailout? Jared speaks with American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Mike Sommers about all this and more. There’s speculation on North Korean dictator Kim Jon Un...

49 MINAPR 25
Comments
Reopening the Economy Comes with Mixed Messages
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