On this week’s episode of The People’s Podcast, Governor Huckabee speaks with Johns Hopkins University surgeon and Professor of Health Policy Dr. Marty Makary, who shares some good news on the coronavirus front and tells us why he’s optimistic we’ll have herd immunity by April. Plus, the Gov breaks down the Democrats so-called covid relief legislation, which is so loaded with pork it will raise all of our blood pressure.
On this episode of "The People's Podcast," Governor Huckabee is joined by Beau Wise and Tom Sileo for a special conversation about their new book, Three Wise Men: A Navy SEAL, a Green Beret, and How Their Marine Brother Became a War's Sole Survivor. It's an amazing memoir about family, service, and sacrifice that centers on Beau, a Marine who lost both of his brothers in combat, thus making Beau the only "Sole Survivor" during the war in Afghanistan.
This week, Governor Huckabee catches up with Star Parker, a longtime activist and his longtime friend, about her lifetime quest for a cure to what is ailing America’s poorest communities, and what needs to be done next in the fight against poverty. Plus, Governor Huckabee shares news of his recent move back to Little Rock, Arkansas from Florida, and why some members of the family aren’t very happy with him!
A special conversation with immigration expert Mark Morgan, who worked under Presidents Obama and Trump and is now a visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation and The Federation for American Immigration Reform. Among other topics, Governor Huckabee and Mark discuss what's wrong with our current immigration system, why immigration shouldn't be a partisan issue, the strange argument on the Left that a border wall is somehow inherently "immoral," how immigration policy has varied and evolved under past presidents, and the dangers that border patrol agents face every day.
This week on The People's Podcast, the Governor talks with bestselling author and longtime TV and radio personality Monica Crowley, who spent the past two years as a senior adviser in the US Treasury Department under President Trump. Monica shares her view from inside the Administration of the unprecedented economic growth and recovery overseen by President Trump, and how he shook up how Washington did business for the better.
This week on The People’s Podcast, Governor Huckabee talks to energy advocate Daniel Turner, who shares the plight of pipeline workers who lost their livelihoods with the stroke of a pen in Biden’s Oval Office. In exclusive interviews with laid off workers at the end of the Keystone XL Pipeline in Corrigan Texas, we hear firsthand about the human toll of President Biden’s war on oil and radical climate agenda. But first, Governor Huckabee gives a history lesson on President Biden’s radical evolution on the issue of abortion.
Governor Huckabee welcomes a very special guest to the latest episode of "The People's Podcast" -- his daughter, Sarah, who announced this week her gubernatorial campaign in Arkansas. Among other things, they discuss her amazing fundraising success in the first four days of her campaign, President Biden's harmful Day 1 executive orders, and how being a "lightning rod" in the Trump administration has strengthened her resolve.
This week on The People’s Podcast, Governor Huckabee reflects on his time in the Arkansas state house on the heels of his daughter Sarah’s just-announced gubernatorial campaign this week. Later on he speaks with a fellow former Governor, Senator Mike Rounds of South Dakota, about President Biden’s decision to cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline and what that means for American jobs, energy independence, our relationships abroad and of course, your wallet.
On the latest episode of "The People's Podcast", Governor Huckabee reflects on the events of a very unusual Inauguration Day, including heightened security and Joe Biden's calls for unity that the Left has not embraced themselves. Plus, the continuing threat of Antifa, the silliness of proceeding with impeachment, and the impact of Biden's executive orders. And later, Congressman French Hill joins the show to discuss his reactions and reflections from Inauguration Week, along with his expectations for the future.
On this episode of The People's Podcast, Governor Huckabee speaks with bestselling author John Cribb about this week's Inauguration and the lessons that soon to be President Biden could take from another president who inherited a divided country - Abraham Lincoln.