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    A Reckoning For Those Who Are Wrong

    This week, Trey Gowdy asserts the idea that fairness should not depend on political party, but instead should be the standard we give to both our friends and our opponents. He explains his hopes that America can establish a system of accountability for politicians and media that lie, and why the political environment we live in does not encourage asking questions.   More

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    We Can Only Be Destroyed From Within

    This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on last week’s violence at the U.S. Capitol building and his hopes the country returns to acting as a nation of laws. He explains the consequences of the destructive nature of the fighting amongst fellow Americans and poses the question of where the accountability lies for political leaders who mislead their constituents.    More

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    Karl Rove “We Are Better When We Are Bigger”

    This week, Trey Gowdy is joined by Republican strategist, former Deputy Chief of Staff and Campaign Manager for George W. Bush, Karl Rove. Karl shares his early passion for politics and government, how he selected political candidates he would work with and the importance of being tolerant of all political views and beliefs .   More

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    This Thing We Call Hope

    This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on New Year’s Eve, new beginnings and the idea of hope on the horizon. He explains why he loves New Year’s Eve and its symbolism of a new slate, encourages people to make a difference in their own communities and shares what he believes the greatest American institution is.   More

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    Friendship Over Everything

    This week, Trey Gowdy shares stories from his clerkship on a Federal Court in South Carolina with Judge Ross Anderson. He explains why Judge Anderson decided to take a chance on him, how the trying moments he faced in clerking for the Judge prepared him for his future and how friendship was an important aspect of a relationship with Judge Anderson, rather than politics.   More

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    Despite It All, We Give Thanks

    This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on celebrating Thanksgiving this year and the importance of expressing gratitude. Trey discusses how people should be affirmative in looking for things to be grateful for, the thanks we should give for the gift of life and Trey gives thanks for his friends, his family and even his critics.   More

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    What Is Wrong In The Daylight, Is Wrong In The Dark

    This week, Trey Gowdy questions what the demand and expectation for the truth should be. Trey explains the things that he believes we can all do better, like looking for proof before accepting an assertion someone has made, what the consequence false accusations or untruthfulness should be and whether he believes one’s visibility changes how they behave.   More

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    The Right Change Matters

    This week, Trey Gowdy reflects on the results of the 2020 election and how each American may be reacting to the news. Trey explains the importance of respecting the election results while also ensuring election integrity, the responsibility of those alleging fraud to prove there was fraud and what level of tolerance we should have for mistakes.   More

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    Nothing To Do Except Wait

    This week, Trey Gowdy explains what is on his mind as the country waits for election results. Trey compares the wait for election results to a prosecutor’s wait for the verdict of a jury trial, the importance of reflecting how you can do better before you get the results, and what the future of small limited government is.   More

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    BONUS: The Flirtation With Absurdity

    Join Trey Gowdy every Thursday for a bonus podcast episode where he shares his analysis and latest thoughts on the Supreme Court nomination process. This week, Trey explains the history of Democrats speaking out against Supreme Court nominees, how senators could more honestly disagree with Supreme Court nominations and Trey encourages listeners to write down what they perceive their rights to be and argues Amy Coney Barrett will not take any of those rights away.   More

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    The Question Of Why

    This week, Trey Gowdy speaks about the uncertainty Americans face as we approach the election and how he found hope amid this uncertainty. Trey explains why grief and pain can become a unifying force for the country, how voters’ opinions can be moved before Election Day and the importance of having a fair moderator in a debate.   More

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    BONUS: Find Your Own Best Facts

    Join Trey Gowdy every Thursday for a bonus podcast episode where he shares his analysis and latest thoughts on the Supreme Court nomination process. This week, Trey explains why Judge Amy Coney Barrett is qualified to serve on the Supreme Court, he points out the teamwork from Republican Senators in questioning during the confirmation hearing and weighs in on what he thinks some Democrats can improve upon.     More

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    BONUS: Doing The Right Thing, The Right Way

    Join Trey Gowdy every Thursday for a bonus podcast episode where he shares his analysis and latest thoughts on the Supreme Court nomination process. This week, Trey shares his observations of the first few days of the Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett and he explains the full story of how Chief Justice Roberts decided the Affordable Care Act was constitutional.   More

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    BONUS: The Great Exception

    Join Trey Gowdy every Thursday for a bonus podcast episode where he shares his analysis and latest thoughts on the Supreme Court nomination process. This week, Trey dives into the way the United States Supreme Court has become a “cultural battleground.”   More

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    Rep. Kevin McCarthy: “The Country’s Worth Fighting For”

    Trey Gowdy is joined by his friend, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-CA, to discuss his political career and the important lessons he’s learned along the way. Rep. McCarthy explains why it’s easier for politicians to vote no on something than yes, the experience of being a California Republican and how winning the lottery at 20 years old, led him to discovering politics.   More