Nicole Hemmer Aug23

Nicole Hemmer

Before there was a Sean Hannity or a Rush Limbaugh, there was Clarence Manion, William Buckley and America First. Historian and journalist Nicole Hemmer explores the founding generation of conservative media in America, and how it revolutionized politics.

Kenney, Sincere, Jackson

The Monday Roundtable with Shaun Kenney, Rick Sincere and Jackson Landers.

Claudia Rosett

Coy talks with award-winning international affairs journalist Claudia Rosett.

Shaun Kenney and Jackson Landers

Hillary v Donald et al.

Rick Perlstein Jul25

Rick Perlstein

A radical, unpredictable man has beat the GOP establishment at its own game and has won the nomination for President. No, it’s not 2016. It’s 1964.

Tom Stalcup

It’s been 20 years since TWA Flight 800 suddenly exploded over the shores of Long Island, killing all 230 people on board. The government insists there was a mechanical failure. But hundreds of eye witnesses, researchers and whistle-blowers say there has been a massive coverup. What’s the latest?

GOP 2016

Cleveland rocks!

Trevor Aaronson

Fact: the FBI is responsible for more terrorism plots in the United States than al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab and ISIS combined.

Susan Crawford

There’ll be an app for that: the future of local governments.

Greg Nojeim Sep17

Greg Nojeim

The government wants to make it even easier for corporations to share private information about you.

Ken Hughes

The tapes don’t lie— but Nixon did.

Kevin Barry

A new book considers the shocking and little-reported revelations from a top scientist at the CDC.

Jack Hamilton

Straight Outta Compton, NWA, and the historic context of rap music in the story of American music and art.

Rick Sincere

An end-of-the-week news round-up with Rick Sincere.

Tom Jackman

Washington Post reporter Tom Jackman has the latest on the breaking news that a Grand Jury in Fairfax has indicted a former police officer for second-degree murder of John Geer.

Jackson Landers

Jackson Landers talks mastodons, bears, sharks alligators, and giant prehistoric beavers.

Chris Hedges

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges joins Coy to discuss his new book Wages of Rebellion.

Robert Futrell Jun25

Robert Futrell

Exploring the tragedy in Charleston with sociologist Robert Futrell, author of “American Swastika.”

Maurie McInnis

University of Virginia scholar Maurie McInnis joins Coy to explore the historic context of the tragic shootings in Charleston, South Carolina.

David Perry Jun16

David Perry

Non-profits and special needs children: David Perry weighs in.