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    The Last, Best Chance To Move Voters

    This week, Trey Gowdy weighs in on the presidential debates and how it presents the last opportunity for the candidates to persuade voters. Trey gives his unsolicited advice to President Trump on how to best prepare for the final debate.   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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    Senator Ben Sasse: “We’ve Stopped Doing Civics”

    Trey Gowdy is joined by his friend, Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE), to discuss the Senate confirmation hearings of Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Senator Sasse explains his ideas for reforming the Senate, including introducing term limits so there is less emphasis on campaigning and less focus on making careers in Washington D.C..   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

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    BONUS: Devout Hypocrisy

    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 hypocrisy he sees when the media negatively portrays Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett as a devout Catholic.   More

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    A Fair Accounting Of Sen. Lindsey Graham

    This week, Trey Gowdy speaks about his friend Senator Lindsey Graham and his origins in South Carolina that led him to eventually become a United States senator. Trey explains why he believes Senator Graham is being targeted in his senate re-election campaign by Democrats and the media.   More

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    Presidents Are President, Until They’re Not

    This week, Trey Gowdy pays tribute after the recent passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and discusses how death is treated by the news media. Trey urges listeners to read about Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Connor and the ways in which they fought for justice and against inequality.   More

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    Who Do You Trust?

    This week, Trey Gowdy discusses the potential of a close election in November and asks who we collectively trust enough to count the votes and verify the results. Trey explains how this election has only been portrayed as the most important one because it’s the next one, how America’s reaction to the election results will have a profound impact on the next four years and explains the crucial role trust plays in everyday life.   More

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    The Intrinsic Value Of Work

    This week, Trey remembers the meaning of Labor Day by discussing how some of his earliest jobs mowing lawns, delivering papers, and bagging groceries taught him the value of work. Trey explores the way we confront our fears while in the workplace, gratitude for great bosses and the kindness and generosity of others that we meet along the way.   More

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    The Difference Between Evidence And Facts

    This week, Trey Gowdy discusses how people can be intentional about their hope as they head into fall of 2020. Trey explains what questions should be asked about what happened to Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the importance of finding the most compelling and relevant evidence, and why juries are told they must wait until all of the evidence is revealed to make a decision.   More

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    Politics Is About Contrast

    This week, Trey explains what he thinks President Trump should talk about during the Republican National Convention, how he would question former FBI director James Comey if given the chance and why he believes public hearings are typically unhelpful.   More

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    Doesn’t Hurt To Ask

    This week, Trey discusses his new book out, Doesn’t Hurt To Ask, and how his friend Senator Tim Scott inspired him to write a book about something he is passionate about.   More

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    We Are Right To Expect More

    Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses the gridlock in Congress Americans have seen this past week and why during a pandemic would be the time to work together and persuade each other.   More

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    What Do You Believe And Why Do You Believe It?

    Former Congressman Trey Gowdy poses questions about recent instances of hypocrisy, when it comes to federal intervention in the Portland protests, how the Democrats conducted themselves during their hearing with Attorney General William Barr and the potential reopening of schools.    More

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    Trey Gowdy: “Racing To The Edges”

    Former Congressman Trey Gowdy discusses the turbulent times the country has experienced recently and questions how the year 2020 has felt different than difficult times of the past. Trey explains how the political landscape of our country demonstrates the division of opinion in America, the important relationship of co-citizenry and the important work that goes into sharing a republic.   More

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    Trey Gowdy: “The Lesson Of The Beach”

    Former Congressman Trey Gowdy takes the time to thank his listeners for their appreciation of the diversity of guests and opinions on his podcast. Trey explains why he will be exploring the topic of persuasion in the coming weeks and the importance of allowing yourself to be persuaded.   More

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    Mick Mulvaney On His Time at the White House

    Former Congressman Trey Gowdy sits down with Mick Mulvaney, former White House Chief of Staff and Director of the Office of Management and Budget and current U.S Special Envoy to Northern Ireland.   More

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    July 4th: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

    Former Congressman Trey Gowdy reflects on America’s independence and the importance of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Trey explains that we do not have to wait for our country’s independence day to celebrate and reflect on our own personal independence, significance and happiness.   More