Gabriella Hoffman is a media strategist, conservative political columnist, and award-winning outdoor writer based in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area. Her articles and columns have appeared in numerous publications which includes Field & Stream, Townhall.com and a variety of others. Gabriella also hosts the weekly “District of Conservation” podcast. She comes on to discuss her upbringing, growing up in California, her take on the wildfires, and where to start if you want to learn gun safety.
Freddie Roach is a hall of fame boxing trainer and former professional boxer. He is a 7 time trainer of the year and has trained over 40 world champions and made over 30 champions.
Steve Sisolak has lived in Nevada for over 40 years, where he raised his two daughters and built his business. Steve served on the Nevada Board of Regents for ten years, followed by nine years on the Clark County Commission, where he served as Chairman. Steve will be sworn in as Governor of Nevada on Jan. 7, 2019.
MATT WARBURTON – Matt recently wrapped as Executive Producer and Showrunner of THE MINDY PROJECT for Hulu. Currently, Matt is working on the upcoming Hulu show FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL as an Executive Producer. Prior to this, Matt was a Consulting Producer on COMMUNITY after having worked on THE SIMPSONS for 11 seasons. Matt has won an Emmy for his work on the show, He is a graduate of Harvard and was president of The Lampoon.
Chef Jonathon Sawyer is a proud Clevelander and owner of restaurants The Greenhouse Tavern, Noodlecat, and Trentina. Jonathon is a James Beard award winner and has made appearances on The Chew, Iron Chef America, Dinner Impossible, Chopped, Best Thing I Ever Ate, Unique Eats, and Cleveland Hustle.
Christina Bobb was the Executive Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, served in the Marine Corps, and is now a journalist covering breaking news for the Trump Administration on the OAN network. She comes on the podcast to discuss her transition into journalism, her recent story on the Administration blocking Chinese forced labor from U.S. economy, state of our country, the hypocrisy going on in Washington, future projects, and her definition of “critical thinking.”
Jeffrey A. Tucker is the Editorial Director for the American Institute for Economic Research. He comes on the podcast to discuss his recent article “In a War on Restaurants, Media Tout the Lockdown Narrative,” how Nashville officials withheld low covid numbers coming from bars and restaurants, how tech giants play a role, the economic impact this pandemic will have on major cities and his upcoming book “Liberty or Lockdown,” which is scheduled to be released next week
Andrew Meena, son of V. Rev. Elias A. Meena comes on the podcast to discuss his latest project. The book titled “Light of Light, Meditations on Living a Christian Life in the Modern World.” It is a book written by his late father Elias and edited by Andrew that consists of four parts: faith, scripture, purpose, and image/likeness. He also discusses the history of his family from Lebanon to the United States, how he dealt with his father’s passing, what went into completing this, and future projects.
Amanda Basham is a professional ultra runner currently living in Boulder, Co and expecting her first child in January 2021. She comes on the podcast to discuss her introduction to ultra running, how running helped work thru an eating disorder, her definition of an “interesting muffin,” what running these days is like and how she is managing with less caffeine during her pregnancy.
Scott Overholt is a state wrestling champion from Walsh Jesuit high school in Akron, Ohio. He comes on the podcast to discuss how he was introduced to the north Akron wrestling program, the impact legendary coach Bill Barger had on him, the Walsh/St. Eds Rivalry, winning multiple team state titles and how a funny story in regards to a training manual exchanged between Coach Barger and Coach Ferguson of St. Ed’s.
Cassie Smith is a Registered Psychotherapist at the University of Waterloo, and national-level ultra-trail runner currently residing in Kitchener, Canada. She comes on the podcast to discuss how her work has changed during the pandemic, growing up as a gymnast, body image, social media, what led her to ultra running, and how her 86 year old grandma is a huge inspiration.
Eric Sabo is a state wrestling champion and is in the Walsh Jesuit high school Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio. He comes on the podcast to discuss how he got started in the north Akron wrestling program, the impact legendary coach Bill Barger had on him attending Walsh, the Walsh/St. Ed’s rivalry, and winning the 1991 state team title with teammates Markus Mollica and Danny Leemaster.
Mo Miller is an undefeated MMA fighter training out of StrongStyle Gym in Cleveland, Ohio. He comes on the podcast to discuss his upcoming bout this Friday September 4th in Sioux Falls, SD that will be aired on UFC fight pass, how instrumental the StrongStyle team has been in preparation, our favorite fighters in professional boxing, cool animal combatant videos, wrestling at Canton McKinley, and how Sonny Marchette and Anthony Ralph helped him become a three time All-American at Notre Dame college.
Kimberly Klacik is a wife, mother, nonprofit founder and currently elected to the Baltimore County Republican Central Committee. She is the Republican candidate running for Congress in District #7 in her home state of Maryland. Kim comes on the podcast to discuss her video “Black Lives Don’t Matter to Democrats” that has been viewed over 12 million times since it was posted August 17th, why she switched from a Democrat to Republican, how important it is to vote, term limits, and what she will do if elected.