Political commentator Jamie Weinstein sits down with the most powerful names in politics, business and media to get a better understanding of how they got to where they are, and how they see the world. You'll learn about their biographies, their core beliefs and what they think about what is going on in the world today.
Episode 109: Ben Rhodes
In the latest episode of "The Jamie Weinstein Show," the controversial former foreign policy adviser to President Obama, Ben Rhodes, discusses his new book, Afghanistan and much more.
Episode 108: Kmele Foster
Kmele Foster is no font of conventional wisdom.
In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the co-host of "The Fifth Column" podcast opens up about how he became a libertarian, race in America, the Trump era and much more.
Episode 107: Eric Metaxas
Eric Metaxas has opinions
In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the radio host and author talk about his new book "Fish out of Water," his claims that last November's presidential election was stolen, his anti-Covid vaccine comments, and much more.
Episode 106: Jonathan V. Last
Jonathan V. Last is more prescient than he is optimistic these days.
In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the editor of the Bulwark.com talks about the state of the country, the future of the Republican Party, where Trump goes from here and much, much more.
Episode 105: Ben Smith
Ben Smith may write the one column that politicos of all ideological stripes can't wait to read every week.
In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the media columnist for The New York Times discusses how the Biden administration will be different in treating the media than the Trump administration, whether Trump's exit will be bad for business for the media, whether there is a double standard in how the media treat conservatives vs liberals and much more.
Episode 104: Rich Lowry
For over two decades, Rich Lowry has edited arguably the most important magazine in modern American conservatism.
In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the longtime editor of National Review opens up about his thoughts on Donald Trump's presidential tenure, what happens to the GOP after Trump, whether he regrets the magazine's "Against Trump" editorial, his thoughts on Bill Buckley, his influences and so much more.
superb intewrview - kept your cool and successfully portrayed some inconstant Metaxas positions
There are no facts that will break through
Valiant effort Jamie but talking to a brick wall may be more frustrating for the listener than the interviewer. You can’t argue without using the same set of facts. Jaw dropping hypocrisy and willful ignorance (never heard of Jonathan Swan!) from Eric Metaxas with impunity because his audience will never hear it.
Harder on Trump supporting conservatives than leftists
Typically I find Jamie’s interviews rather thought provoking and informative (especially with ardent leftists like Coates) However, he comes across a bit smug (ala the Bulwark crowd) when he questions conservative supporters of Trump (Metaxes and Victor Davis Hanson). His questions regarding the election and Mextaxes’ obvious Twitter snark were ridiculous.