Chef Andrew Gruel is the founder of Big Parm, Two Birds, and Slapfish Restaurant, the award-winning food truck turned international brick and mortar, based out of southern California. He comes on the podcast to discuss what the limitations are on dining in California right now, the hypocrisy from the politicians, update on the recall efforts of Governor Gavin Newsom, and the future of restaurant dining.
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.
Chris Palombi is a self-taught web programmer, designer, and a former U.S. Capitol Police officer. He is an advocate for maintaining constitutional liberties, individual rights and freedoms, limited government and is running for Congress in 2022 in his home state of Maryland. He comes on the podcast to discuss big tech censorship, having conversations with people who have opposing views, looking ahead to the 2022 election, and how we have taken for granted the basic liberties this great country provides.
Paddy Gallagher, a senior at St. Edward High School in Cleveland, Ohio and 2021 Ohio State commit. He comes on the podcast to discuss winning his second wrestling state title this season making him the #111 and #115 champion for St. Edward, what it is like being part of the legendary wrestling program winning their 40th team title, how different this season was from any other, and how he wants to be the best college wrestler in America.
Peyton Drew is a model, actress, pianist, singer and currently a talent producer at One America News. She comes on the podcast to discuss growing up in the midwest, being a model in Los Angeles, why she changed careers, her upcoming trip to Yuma, AZ covering the border crisis, thoughts on being a feminist, and what she thinks of the upcoming talk between Bill Clinton and Kamala Harris on women’s empowerment.
Dr. Brian Joondeph is an ophthalmologist/retinal surgeon, a self-confessed news junkie, and a regular contributor to both AmericanThinker.com and Rasmussenreports.com. He comes back on the podcast to discuss his recent article “Up the Down Staircase – Biden Style,” how some people saw the humor in the President falling I felt sadness, the conversation between Rand Paul/Anthony Fauci, the recent meeting in Alaska between the U.S. and China, and why he opted to get the vaccine.
Jewher Ilham is a program associate working to combat forced labor and the daughter of Uyghur scholar, Ilham Tohti. She returns to the podcast to discuss her work at enduyghurforcedlabour.org the advocacy work for her father, the re-education (concentration camp) of the Uyghur people, a campaign getting ready to be launched against Nike, Apple, and Zara. Companies that have exited the region in support of the Uyghur people, and how she feels the CCP stages the idea of free access to religion.
Christina Bobb, a journalist of OAN and the host of “Weekly Briefing” which airs every Saturday/Sunday. She comes back on the podcast to discuss her recent trip to Arizona meeting with President of the Arizona Senate Karen Fann, election fraud, how Rudy Giuliani is doing, what life is like in Washington D.C. right now, differences between Republicans/Democrats and names I suggested for both her and Chanel Rion’s podcast.
Shawn M Wentz, wrestler, Marine veteran, and the proud CO-Founder and Director of Warriorsaber.org , a National Public Charity that seeks to take responsibility for one of the current challenges facing our nation by building a bridge of communication and familiarity between civilian and Veteran citizens. He comes on the podcast to discuss growing up in northeast Ohio, watching his father die as a child, having heart surgery in his 30’s, and the goal of Warrior Saber.
Lt. Col. Jonathan H. Vaughn, a Cleveland, Ohio native graduated from St. Ignatius High School and the University of Illinois. He then commissioned into the Marine Corps in 1999, while enrolled at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. On the podcast he discusses being raised by his grandparents, a 4X State Placer, 2X State Champion, 4X National Qualifier in wrestling, serving in support of Operation IRAQI Freedom in Fallujah, and receiving a Purple Heart for his courageous effort.
Dr. Brian Joondeph is an ophthalmologist/retinal surgeon, a self-confessed news junkie, and a regular contributor to both AmericanThinker.com and Rasmussenreports.com. He comes back on the podcast to discuss two of his recent articles “Storm? What Storm? It Was Barely a Breeze.” and “Mask Pollution – Where are the Environmentalists?”, how much has changed in the last 12 months and how he does not allow his political skepticism impact his personal optimism.