There is always someone doing something stupid somewhere. Dive deeper than the headlines and the party lines, as Jason Chaffetz takes on American life, politics, and entertainment. Join the former Chair of the House Oversight Committee, FOX News Contributor and two-time New York Times Best Selling Author every Wednesday as he sheds light on the news and makes some predictions along the way. You never know who will drop in.
Trey Gowdy: Golf, Criminal Justice, Congress & Everything In Between
On this episode, Jason discusses the oil spill in California but explains how some research has shown that more oil seeps into the ocean than humans could spill on their own. He also weighs in on how the Dave Chappelle controversy illustrates how Americans on either side of the political aisle are living in two different worlds. Then, he brings on the stupid with California instituting new rules that force retail companies to market some products in a gender-neutral way.
Later, Jason is joined by former South Carolina Congressman, host of Sunday Night in America on the FOX News Channel, and host of The Trey Gowdy Podcast, Trey Gowdy. Trey shares how he developed his love of golf, and an odd story about a round of golf with his father. Later, they discuss how Trey went from painting houses with his fraternity brothers to studying law.
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Bret Baier: To Rescue The Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, The Fragile Union
On this episode, Jason questions loans that were given to an art gallery that is associated with Hunter Biden and questions the need of over $580,000 in COVID loans with just two employees. Jason brings on the stupid with a Minnesota middle school no longer giving letter grades to students and a Richard Simmons siting in Arizona.
Later, Jason is joined by FOX News Chief Political Anchor, Anchor of Special Report, and host of The All-Star Panel podcast, Bret Baier. Bret discusses his new book, To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, The Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876 and his approach of historic storytelling for a new generation. Jason and Bret weigh in on surprising details about the background of Ulysses S. Grant.
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Rep. Ashley Hinson: What D.C. Insiders Get Wrong
This week, Jason draws on his experience in Congress to state what he believes the Biden Administration is doing wrong in their negotiations with Congress. He continues to elaborate on his concern with the growing national debt and then brings on the stupid with a critique of the statement that the $3.5 trillion-dollar reconciliation bill has “zero” costs.
Later, Jason sits down with first-term Congresswoman Ashley Hinson (R-IA) to discuss how she went from being a TV anchor in Iowa to a rising star in the Republican party. She shares with Jason the challenges of raising a family while traveling between Iowa and D.C to serve in Congress. Plus, she gives insight as to why she believes elected officials have strayed away from the concerns ordinary families discuss at their kitchen tables.
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The Duffys: Engaging In Politics, Fighting For Freedom & Liberty
On this episode, Jason discusses the growing national debt mainly caused by federal government spending and how Congressional Democrats’ massive reconciliation bill is only going to exacerbate the problem. Then, he brings on the stupid with a story about teens secretly advocating for people to get the COVID-19 vaccination.
Later, Jason sits down with former U.S. Congressman and Fox News Contributor Sean Duffy and “Fox and Friends Weekend” Co-Host Rachel Campos-Duffy, who discuss what it is like raising a big family while also being busy with their careers. Rachel shares how she helped Sean understand the issues impacting constituents in their district while he was going back and forth to Washington D.C. The two also share their opinions about the current state of the political climate in America.
Rep. Brad Wenstrup: From The Army To Congress & What It Means To Serve
On this episode, Jason discusses the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, as well as a look at the possible defunding of the Minneapolis Police Department. Then, he brings on the stupid with a look at how the USAID is spending taxpayer dollars in Afghanistan without anyone in the country to oversee where the money is going.
Then, he is joined by U.S. Army Reserve officer and doctor of podiatric medicine Representative Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) to discuss why he joined the U.S. Army, how his quick thinking may have saved House Minority Whip Steve Scalise’s (R-LA) life, and what frustrates him about Congress today.
Jimmy Failla: NYC Cab Driver To National Radio Talk Show Host
On this episode, Jason discusses his issues with the Democrats’ proposed $3.5 trillion spending bill and how a certain portion of the plan will actually give tax breaks to the rich. Then, he brings on the stupid with McDonald’s revealing what the character Grimace is actually supposed to be.
Later, Jason is joined by the host of “Fox Across America” on Fox News Radio, Jimmy Failla. Jimmy shares his experience as a New York City taxi driver, what caused him to break into stand-up comedy and how his former career continues to help him connect with his radio show listeners.
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