Ta-Nehisi Coates on The Jamie Weinstein Show
My latest podcast, with Ta-Nehisi Coates, is now up. I encourage you to take a listen.
Though Coates and I have significant differences in our worldviews, the conversation is respectful, and I think insightful. We discuss everything from police shootings, ...
Mike Murphy on The Jamie Weinstein Show
In the latest episode of my podcast, I sat down with Mike Murphy in Los Angeles. Known for his political insight and colorful commentary, he didn’t disappoint.
The famed Republican political strategist opened up on a lot of issues, ...
Andrew Sullivan Sounds Off — On Everything
My podcast interview with Andrew Sullivan is now up, and it’s a doozy. We get into just about everything, from why he thinks Donald Trump should be removed from office, to his criticism of the #MeToo movement, to a ...
13 Highlights from Mark Cuban’s Interview with Jamie Weinstein
Dallas — Mark Cuban isn’t a conservative. He isn’t even really a libertarian, as he sometimes claims. But he is interesting, and he just may be coming to a presidential-debate stage near you.
During an extensive interview with The ...
That Time I Went to Iowa to Cover the Caucuses — and Ended Up Campaigning for Jim Gilmore
Des Moines, Iowa — I never expected to campaign for Jim Gilmore.
If I ever even think of the former Virginia governor, it is only when I am in the process of making fun of him and his presidential campaign — if ...
Mike Allen on The Jamie Weinstein Show
My latest podcast is with Axios’s Mike Allen, one of the most plugged in reporters in Washington. I hope you will take a listen.
Allen provides a great deal of insight into the current state of journalism, but I ...
The Jamie Weinstein Show: Ben Shapiro
Few conservatives have seen their star shine brighter in 2017 than Ben Shapiro, who just so happens to be the latest guest on my podcast.
This is actually Shapiro’s second appearance on my show. When I first talked to Shapiro ...
Andy Marshall: The U.S. Has 'Significant Vulnerabilities' to an EMP Attack
Given the news of North Korea’s latest missile launch, the latest episode of my podcast — with Andy Marshall, the longtime former head of the Pentagon’s internal think tank, the Office of Net Assessment — has added relevance.
Earlier this ...
Jim Gilmore Was Delusional Until the Very End
After achieving a 1,000 percent increase in supporters from the Iowa caucuses to the New Hampshire primary, Jim Gilmore was on pace to win the Republican nomination with more votes than there are people in the world by the time the ...