David Swanson

The continued militarism of the American Empire with author and peace activist David Swanson.

Chris Hedges

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

Rick Britton

Charlottesville’s award-winning author and civil war historian Rick Britton explores the national conversation about the flying of the Confederate flag on government property.

David Swanson

Author and peace activist David Swanson explores the abuses of militarized state power at home and abroad.

Lou Ureneck May18

Lou Ureneck

Author and Professor of Journalism Lou Ureneck joins Coy to discuss his latest book, The Great Fire

After Appomattox

Most American’s aren’t aware that fighting in the U.S. Civil War continued long after Lee’s surrender at Appomattox, Virginia. Historian Rick Britton has the details.

David Swanson

Author and peace activist David Swanson joins Coy for an exclusive, extended conversation about American foreign policy and much more.

Should We Arm Ukraine?

Award-winning and veteran journalists Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould share some absolutely key insights about the critical situation in the Ukraine you’re not likely to read in the New York Times or hear in Washington.

Rick Sincere Mar03

Rick Sincere

Conservative icon Stan Evans has died. Rick reflects on his legacy and the future of political conservatism in America.

CBS News Reporter Wyatt Andrews

Wyatt Andrews is the National Correspondent for CBS News. He joins Coy to discuss his exclusive report released this week that U.S. veterans are being cheated out of benefits.

Sean McFate

Author, scholar and U.S. Army veteran Sean McFate discusses the runaway use of private armies around the world.

ISIL: What We Need to Know

UVA Politics Professor Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl explores the American options dealing with ISIL in the Middle East.

John Nagl

Author, veteran and counterinsurgency expert John Nagl joins Coy for a candid conversation about America’s military force and our place in the world order.

Rick Perlstein

Best-selling author, historian and essayist Rick Perstein, joins Coy to discuss his most recent work, The Invisible Bridge.

Don Doyle

Professor of History Don Doyle discusses his new book about the international reaction to the U.S. Civil War.

Gould and Fitzgerald

Award-winning journalists and authors Elizabeth Gould and Paul Fitzgerald discuss the terrorist attack in France, U.S. military today, international affairs and the fate of the American Empire.

Rick Sincere

Rick reflects on the top political news of 2014.

Shaun Kenney Sep11

Shaun Kenney

The Virginia GOP’s Shaun Kenney joins Coy to discuss the anniversary of 9-11, latest on Governor McAuliffe, the guilty verdicts in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell corruption trial, and Ed Gillespie’s run for the U.S. Senate.

Commander Chad Snee

United States Navy Commander Chad Snee reflects on his many years of service, the challenges facing our veterans, and the disconnect between most Americans and those that serve.

“Great Things Are Expected”

Remembering September 11, 1777.