Ida B. Wells was a conservative black journalist during and after Reconstruction who bravely spoke out against lynching. She was a real feminist.
Host Teri Christoph gets the full scoop on the tiny house village from one of its creators, Kevin Jamison of Veterans Community Project.
HotAir’s Ed Morrissey helps deconstruct Trump’s CPAC speech and radio host Larry O’Connor stops by to talk Trump and the state of the conservative movement.
Can conservatives and populists work together in the age of Trump? Guests Guy Benson and Matt Vespa from Townhall.com attempt to find that answer.
Now that Republicans hold the White House, the House of Representatives, and the Senate, not to mention a slew of governorships and state legislatures, what will activism look like in
Host Teri Christoph talks about the CPAC/Milo Yiannopoulos controversy (resisting the urge to call this episode “When they go low, we go Milo”) and how Milo might be the key
Topics include what makes a woman an alpha female and what alpha women need to do to have a happy, healthy relationship. Men, you’ll want to listen, too!
Host Teri Christoph is joined by fellow Smart Girl Marcia Chambliss to discuss the Mean Girls of the left and how they are re-energizing conservative women.
Host Teri Christoph talks with Elizabeth Poe, owner of The Joy of Knitting, about Elizabeth’s experience fighting liberal rage.