First up on this “Best of The People’s Podcast,” we highlight Governor Huckabee’s conversation with David Isay, founder of Sound Portraits Productions. They discuss StoryCorps and the other projects Isay is working on. Then we revisit the Governor’s sit-down with Emmy award-winning entertainer, author, radio host and musician John Tesh. Tesh was celebrating the launch of new Christian broadcasting venture- Tesh TV.
On this bonus edition of “The People’s Podcast,” Governor Huckabee speaks with friend, former pastor, former president of Guidestone Financial Resources, and prolific author O.S. Hawkins. The latest in Hawkins’ “Code” series, which has sold nearly 3 million copies, is “The Promise Code: 40 Scripture Promises Every Believer Should Claim.” All proceeds from the series benefits Mission Dignity, helping retired pastors and their families.
Governor Huckabee lays out the stakes for next week's midterm elections, plus what we know (and what we don't know) about the attack on Paul Pelosi in San Francisco. Then, he talks with psychiatrist Dr. Aaron Kheriaty about "The New Abnormal," which is both the name of his book and the state of our public policy in the post-Covid era.
Governor Huckabee is joined by Tudor Dixon, Michigan's Republican candidate for governor, as she faces her second debate against incumbent Democrat Gretchen Whitmer. They're neck and neck at the polls, with just two weeks to Election Day - and Dixon is prepared to ride the red wave to the Governor's Mansion.
On this bonus edition of “The People’s Podcast,” Governor Huckabee speaks with ordained minister and former Lead Chaplain for the Austin, TX Fire Department, Dr. Andrew Fox. Dr. Fox was fired from his position because of a personal blog post about male participation in women’s sports. They’re joined by Ryan Bangert, Dr. Fox’s attorney from the Alliance Defending Freedom.
Governor Huckabee talks to Phelim McAleer, investigative journalist and producer of the new film "My Son Hunter."
On this episode of “The People’s Podcast,” Governor Huckabee reacts to the verdict in the Alex Jones lawsuit as well as the recent leaks concerning a possible indictment of Hunter Biden. Then the Gov. speaks with Hobby Lobby founder and CEO David Green about the principals he and his family use to lead a nationwide company. Green details his faith-based approach in his new book “Leadership Not By the Book,” out Oct. 18th.
On this bonus edition of “The People’s Podcast,” Governor Huckabee discusses the annual scholarship fundraising drive for veterans held by Sport Clips with founder and veteran Gordon Logan. Starting Sunday Oct 9th and running through Veteran’s Day (Nov. 11th), Sport Clips will donate $2 from every cut completed to benefit the VFW’s “Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship” program.
Governor Huckabee sits down with "Fox & Friends" co-host Ainsley Earhardt to talk about faith, politics, and her new book "I'm So Glad You Were Born."
On this bonus edition of “The People’s Podcast,” Governor Huckabee speaks with veteran and podcaster Ryan Michler, author of the new book “The Masculinity Manifesto: How a Man Establishes Influence, Credibility and Authority.” Michler discusses how masculinity needs to be encouraged but also harnessed to serve men not only in their personal lives, but for society as a whole.