Drawing on her experience in Washington, former White House political adviser Paige Willey offers policy analysis deep-dives and far-sighted political strategy to address the dysfunction facing our country and outline the way forward to restore our nation’s promise.

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Monday Jan 09, 2023

In this season's final episode of THIS IS YOUR COUNTRY, Paige discusses the risks to the GOP of continuing to behave as the noncommittal “party of nothingness.” She attributes some of their disappointments at the ballot box to defective strategy, including notable failures to differentiate themselves from the dysfunctional status quo and the entrenched, unpopular political establishment. 
Paige presents a series of essential policy priorities the GOP must embrace to escape special interest capture and campaign and govern as the credible champions of the American people.
Paige Willey in the American Mind: "No Country For Bold Men"

Monday Dec 19, 2022

Paige interviews former United States Congresswoman Michele Bachmann about the nation’s discontent that led to the rise of the Tea Party movement, media hostility toward disruptive outsider candidates who challenge the Washington establishment, and her path from concerned Minnesota parent to major leader of the nationwide grassroots conservative movement.

Monday Dec 12, 2022

Paige interviews Oren Cass, Executive Director of American Compass and author of “The Once And Future Worker,” about the problems facing American workers and families, and the benefits and drawbacks of different policy solutions.
Show Notes:
“The Once and Future Worker” by Oren Cass:
“Where’s The Growth?” Economic Analysis by American Compass:

Monday Dec 12, 2022

Paige interviews Matt Palumbo, author of “The Man Behind The Curtain” for a discussion of George Soros’ political activity and influence, including policies worsening crime, violence, and illegal immigration.

Monday Nov 21, 2022

Paige interviews historian and author Victor Davis Hanson about the difficulties of achieving historical consensus in the era of a propaganda press, the policies that triggered the transformation of “Mexifornia,” and more far-reaching threads running through American politics. 

Tuesday Nov 15, 2022

Paige reviews the underappreciated structural factors and predictable messaging failures that explain GOP underperformance in the midterm elections. These issues all must be addressed for Republicans to perform adequately in the future, but long-standing complacency and malpractice by the GOP party apparatus shows they do not appreciate or understand what it takes to win. 
Paige’s Post-Mortem Election Analysis on Substack:

Monday Nov 07, 2022

Paige interviews Mollie Hemingway about past and continued threats to election integrity including an unscrupulous intelligence bureaucracy, electioneering disguised as “charitable giving,” the hyperpartisan role of the media and big tech, and more. 

Monday Oct 24, 2022

Paige interviews Chronicles Magazine senior writer and associate editor Pedro Gonzalez about the specific developments used to put immigration policy out of reach of voter recourse for decades, despite growing costs and difficulties for taxpayers, states, and localities across the nation.
This episode reviews the critical decision points in the past half-century of immigration policies including the 1986 Immigration and Control Act, Plyler v. Doe, and California’s 1994 Prop. 187 and more.
Show Notes:

Monday Oct 17, 2022

Paige interviews Dr. Stanley Goldfarb about the growing trend of "anti-racism" ideology and "medical reparations" activism compromising education in medical schools and undermining healthcare, and the efforts by his organization "Do No Harm" to fight back in court against the destructive, discriminatory practices.
Show Notes:
New York’s Race-Based Preferential COVID Treatment
Vermont To Give Minority Residents Vaccine Priority
“It’s Time To Scrap The MCAT: Why Doing Away With The Test Would Be One Step Toward Improving Diversity In Medicine.”
Boston-Area Hospital To Offer Preferential Care Based on Race
University of Minnesota medical students swear an oath to "honor all indigenous ways of healing"
"Keep Politics Out Of The Doctor's Office" by Stanley Goldfarb
NY Post: UPenn Doctor: "Anti-Racist" Policies Are Wrecking American Medicine
Do No Harm

Monday Oct 10, 2022

While Biden’s open borders doctrine is portrayed as a humanitarian imperative, Jorge Ventura’s reporting on the front lines reveals the horrors: tiny towns overwhelmed with dead bodies, low-income counties exploited for scarce public services, and an endless pipeline for drug smuggling and human trafficking.

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