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Podcast 176: Unmasking Media, Battling Regulatory Waves, and Navigating Naval Power with Ken LaCorte, Andrew Langer and Seth Cropsey

Ken LaCorte
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Podcast 176: Unmasking Media, Battling Regulatory Waves, and Navigating Naval Power with Ken LaCorte, Andrew Langer and Seth Cropsey
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This week on Breaking Battlegrounds, we dive into the world of media and politics with a lineup of incredible guests. First up, we have Ken LaCorte, the host of “Elephants in the Room,” as we explore the intriguing question of why majority of reporters are liberal. Our second guest is Andrew Langer, President of the Institute for Liberty and host of multiple podcasts, including “The Lunch Hour Podcast” and “Swamp Secrets.” Andrew delves into the alarming regulatory overreach of the Biden administration and its implications for American businesses and individuals. Finally, Seth Cropsey, President of Yorktown Institute, joins us to shed light on the pressing need for a stronger U.S. Navy and the challenges posed by China’s rapid naval expansion in East Asia. Tune in for a captivating discussion that delves into the heart of today’s pressing issues.

About our guest

Ken LaCorte is host of Elephants in Rooms. He writes about censorship, media malfeasance, uncomfortable questions, and honest insight for people curious how the world really works.

Andrew Langer is a long-time activist for free-market and limited-government principles, and a well-recognized analyst of politics and public policy. He currently serves as the President of the Institute for Liberty, and hosts several podcasts: The Lunch Hour Podcast; Swamp Secrets; and Andrew & Jerry Save The World. A long time fighter for small business, Andrew came to IFL from NFIB, where he headed that organization’s regulatory practice for six years. Andrew Langer is also a senior fellow at the American Conservative Union.

Seth Cropsey began his career as assistant to the Secretary of Defense and was later commissioned as a naval officer. He served as deputy Undersecretary of the Navy in the Reagan administration and acting assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict in the George H. W. Bush administration. Confirmed by the U.S. Senate, he became director of the U.S. International Broadcasting Bureau in the George W. Bush administration. Following 15 years as a senior fellow at Hudson Institute, Mr. Cropsey founded Yorktown Institute in 2022 and is the Institute’s president.

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