Jack Posobiec has launched a new podcast, Human Events Daily, and it's a bite-sized yet detailed analysis of daily news that is well worth the listen. The podcast is up with TPUSA Live, and though it only launched this week, it has rocketed to the top of the podcast charts.
Human Events Daily's first three episodes offer a welcome respite from existing news podcasts in that it addresses issues and topics from an honest, direct perspective. As Senior Editor for Human Events, Posobiec offers topics that are of interest to conservatives, but the take is fresh, forthright, and coming in at under 30 minutes, digestible.
With insights into foreign policy, roots in military affairs, and views inspired by being an author, a documentarian, and just as importantly, a father and family man, Posobiec cuts through the noise on culture and politics.
Posobiec has been around the block more than a few times, has attended Antifa riots, was across the street watching the Capitol riot unfold, is a veteran of the US military, is an expert on China, speaks widely, and pulls no punches.
Wednesday's podcast offers a perspective on both. Posobiec recounts an experience that many parents have had, which is going into a bookstore to get new books for your kids, only to find that every shelf is full of wokist nonsense for everything from board books up to young adult.
As conservatives find that the infrastructure of culture essentially has no place for them, Posobiec has created a new children's book with Brave Books that can provide much needed content for kids and parents who simply want books that inspire kids to be their best and to love America.
The podcast meets a growing need for content that does not shy away from contributing conservative values, and giving based news reporting on issues that flood news streams, but are typically addressed from a leftist perspective.
On everything from vaccine passports to the requested resignation of General Mark Milley, Posobiec has insight matched with actual logic and reason that you're just not going to get somewhere else. It can be streamed at TPUSA.