The Right Side of History
Ross Perot and the Power (Or Lack Thereof) of Third Parties
“The Right Side of History” is a podcast dedicated to exploring current events through a historical lens and busting left-wing myths about figures and events of America’s past. On this week’s episode, hosts Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas discuss the death and impact of Ross Perot, who ran for president in 1992 and 1996 against Republicans and Democrats. Stepman and Lucas explain why "third parties" rarely stand a chance in elections, yet have had a significant impact on the American political system.
What You Need to Know About ‘The Secret Deals and Electoral Chaos of Disputed Presidential Elections'
We’re featuring an interview with Jarrett Stepman and Fred Lucas, who co-host "The Right Side of History Podcast." Lucas and Stepman will discuss Lucas’ book, “Tainted by Suspicion: The Secret Deals and Electoral Chaos of Disputed Presidential Elections.”
How America Could Follow the Fate of Civilizations That Collapsed
On this episode of The Right Side of History, hosts Fred Lucas and Jarrett Stepman interview Cal Thomas, a widely syndicated columnist and Fox News commentator.They discuss Thomas' new book, "America's Expiration Date: The Fall of Empires and Superpowers . . . and the Future of the United States," which is a historical look at the decline and fall of great civilizations of the past and a warning about the worrying trends in America leading the country to a similar fate.Thomas also discusses recent current events, the attacks on America's past, and much more.
Robert Reilly's Defense of Our Founding Ideas
It’s not just statues and American history that are under attack. The most essential ideas from America’s founding are under siege and on trial.Robert R. Reilly, the director of the Westminster Institute and widely publishedauthor, joined “The Right Side of History” podcast to discuss his new book “America on Trial: A Defense of the Founding.”Reilly discusses the deeper origins of the American Revolution—rooted in Western thought, philosophy, and religion—and explains why America’s current success and survival depends on embracing those ideas rather than abandoning them.