Meghan Daum is the author of six books, most recently The Problem With Everything: My Journey Through The New Culture Wars. A columnist for The Los Angeles Times from 2005 to 2016, her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Book Review, The Atlantic, and Vogue, among other publications. Her new podcast, The Unspeakable, launched on July 27.
Chloe Valdary has been published in the New York Times, the Wall St Journal and Atlantic Magazine. After spending a year as a Bartley fellow at the Wall Street Journal under Pulitzer prize winning journalist Bret Stephens, she developed the architecture of a holistic lifestyle curriculum called – The Theory of Enchantment – designed to equip the younger generation with the knowledge and skills necessary to better nurture the individual human condition with more abundant mental wealth.
Greg talks with New York Times, #1 bestselling author Gregg Hurwitz about masculinity and the shadow Self, politics and the patriarchy, the concept of the reputation savage, God, his work to end polarization in politics and college campuses, the personality traits of President Trump that helped get him elected and the biggest challenges Democrats face in the upcoming election.
Bret Weinstein is an American biologist, evolutionary theorist, and philosopher who came to national attention during the 2017 Evergreen State College protests. He is considered a member of the informal group of personalities known as the Intellectual Dark Web and is the host of the popular DarkHorse podcast.
Heather Mac Donald is a Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a contributing editor of City Journal, and a New York Times bestselling author. She is a recipient of the 2005 Bradley Prize and her work at City Journal covers a range of topics, including higher education, immigration, policing, homelessness, criminal-justice reform, and race relations.
Hosted by Greg Ellis and special guest Clancy Brown Greg Ellis (voice of Cullen Rutherford in Bioware’s Dragon Age Series) and Clancy Brown (voice of Hank Anderson in Detroit: Become Human!). The two actors were recently caught up in a cancel culture twitter mobbing, and in this special livestream, they’ll discuss the social impact of Twitter mobs at the intersection of our real world and video gaming experiences.
Controversial journalist Andy Ngo discusses modern masculinity, the overton window, hate crime hoaxes, the reactive news cycles, and the rise of antifa. He received national attention in 2019 while covering the culture war between Antifa and The Proud Boys when he was physically assaulted by counter-protesters at a Portland street rally.
Australian writer, commentator, and 2020 Order of Australia award recipient Bettina Arndt talks with Greg about radical feminism, Australia’s gender violence policy, the bias in family law courts, the cash cow of domestic violence, and the affliction of attorney addiction.
Christina Hoff Sommers is the author of 5 books, including Who Stole Feminism? and The War Against Boys. Danielle Crittenden is the author of four books, including What Our Mothers Didn’t Tell Us: Why Happiness Eludes the Modern Woman.
Join Stephen and Greg as they discuss Covid, philosophy, religion, men’s mental health, comedy, literature, acting, directing, sport, and much more in the illuminating series premiere of The Respondent.