Coleman Nation

Coleman Nation

Latest Episodes

“Off the Spectrum”
May 23, 2022

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr talks about the FCC, the Internet, the politics, and practicalities of regulating censorship on social media.

“Drilling Down”
May 17, 2022

Paul Gosar, DDS, the most conservative member of Congress, wants to do root canal on what’s rotten in American politics. You might feel some slight discomfort.

“A year of ColemanNation”
May 06, 2022

Ron talks about all the things without anyone else’s little thoughts to get between him those reflective surfaces he loves.

“The Cure for What’s Ilya”
April 26, 2022

Sardonic, original and usually right is a hard way to go through life, but it’s the only way Ilya Shapiro knows. Ron’s oldest social media friend talks about his experience ...

“Holden Days”
April 19, 2022

Drew Holden’s polite but devastating Twitter threads documenting the serial bleats of the corporate media herd have made him a hugely influentual figure in media reporting in a few short ...

“The Law and the Woke”
April 11, 2022

David Lat is one of the pioneers of social media for and about the legal profession. He explains why he’s cautiously optimistic that the courts and the bar can weather ...

“Drawing Back the Curtain”
April 05, 2022

Matt Palumbo took a hard look at the George Soros story to write his book, “The Man Behind the Curtain.” What he saw in the light of day isn’t pretty.

“Late Republic Conscience”
March 28, 2022

National security wiz Dave Reaboi loves jazz, bodybuilding, Twitter and getting America to pay attention to why it’s in decline. Three out of four isn’t bad.

“Insurrection, But Legal”
March 25, 2022

Lawyer and law professor William Jacobson fights the good and lonely fight in the chilly – in more ways than one – air of Ithaca. Luckily the creator and spirit ...

“Litigating the Next Election”
March 22, 2022

After 2020, Cleta Mitchell gave up her private law practice to focus on one thing only: Righting the wrongs visited on America’s election process by state governments, courts, and political ...