Kennedy Saves the World

Fox News Radio

A personal journey through the ultimate prism: freedom. With humor, logic and compassion Kennedy will tackle political pickles, cultural quagmires, and parenting paradoxes with a spit-out-your coffee quick wit and unending curiosity. There will be monologues, interviews with authors, politicians, MTV legends, and Fox News compatriots that will joyfully probe in ways no other podcast would dare! Get on the K-Train.

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On this episode, Kennedy speaks with TikTok mixologist extraordinaire, Hannah Chamberlain, also known as SpiritedLA. Hannah shares with Kennedy tasty cocktail recipes that will leave you wanting a second glass. Later, Hannah reveals the best ingredients to enhance your cocktails flavor. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation

Nov 26

14 min 10 sec

On this Wednesday before Thanksgiving, Kennedy gives us a list of her Turkey Day do’s and don’ts in the kitchen. Kennedy strongly believes that we should collectively retire turkey as a Thanksgiving staple. So what would she replace it with? Plus, she shares with us her top Thanksgiving food. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation

Nov 24

11 min 16 sec

On this episode, Kennedy speaks with Stephen Kent, author of How the Force Can Fix the World: Lessons on Life, Liberty, and Happiness from a Galaxy Far, Far Away.  Stephen believes that The Star Wars series is not solely a political commentary but a story on self-discovery. The series gives audiences the courage to combat any fear and anxiety that may be consuming their lives. Later, Kennedy and Stephen give their take on whether The Force can save the world.   Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @Kennedynation

Nov 19

19 min 42 sec

This week Kennedy chronicles the political journey of Vice President Kamala Harris from San Francisco District Attorney General,  then Senator, and now the first female Vice President of the United States. Kennedy discusses how Vice President Harris’ impressive resume groomed her to be the ideal candidate for the position, but it is no longer enough to save her approval ratings. Later, Kennedy shares her thoughts on what this means for Vice President Harris’ role in the Biden Administration. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @Kennedynation

Nov 17

16 min

On this episode, Kennedy speaks with U.S Navy Veteran, former Navy SEAL, New York Times Bestselling author & author of Final Spin: A Novel, Jocko Willink. Jocko narrates to Kennedy how he creates characters and fictional universes that readers can empathize with, and they discuss their decisions to follow and pursue the full extent of their potential. Later, Jocko reflects on his experience as a U.S Navy Officer. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation

Nov 11

26 min 5 sec

On this episode, Kennedy speaks with the Director of the Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the author of the book Age Later Dr. Nir Barzilai.  Dr. Barzilai discusses the benefits of intermittent fasting on aging and long-term health and shares with Kennedy the many variations of intermittent fasting and determining which regiment is best fit for you. Later, Kennedy shares her experience with intermittent fasting vs. the keto diet. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @kennedynation

Nov 10

19 min 23 sec

On this episode, Kennedy discusses the great divorce of parents from school classrooms and its impact on students.  Kennedy weighs in on the "factory system" of schooling that is keeping the education system stagnant and discusses how former Virginia Governor, Terry McAuliffe’s comments on the Virginia education system negatively impacted his campaign. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Nov 5

16 min 14 sec

On this episode, Kennedy chats with NBC Sunday Night Football reporter, Michele Tafoya to discuss her experience as a sideline Sportscaster. Michelle reveals to Kennedy that NFL players aren’t the only ones who need to be quick on their feet, while on the field. Later, Michelle discusses how she breaks down all aspects of the game from touchdowns to politics. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Nov 3

24 min 38 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with gun expert & host of Gun Talk Radio, Tom Gresham, to discuss the accidental shooting on the Rust film set involving Alec Baldwin, cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, and director Joel Souza. Tom reveals who he believes is at fault for this tragic incident, gives his hypothesis as to how it occurred, and explains the true difference between a gun 'accident' and gun 'negligence.' Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Oct 29

20 min 8 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with swim and marathon coach Kyle McCulloch, to discuss how he trained her to become a better swimmer.  Kyle explains the common mistakes people make while swimming, shares how to buildup confidence in the water, and reveals that swimmers must re-learn the basics in order to eventually succeed at a higher level. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Oct 27

22 min 32 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with, Creator of the Death Race and the Spartan Race, Joe De Sena, to talk about rediscovering the joy in races and how races like the Spartan Race are the perfect way to help you do that. Joe describes the inspiration behind the Spartan Race and other races like it and Kennedy explains races like that can be a fun environment to test yourself without any judgment.   Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Oct 22

17 min 40 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with, Fox Business Anchor and Personal Finance Correspondent, Gerri Willis, for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to discuss the importance of checking your breasts and getting routine mammograms. Gerri shares with Kennedy the unexpected impact that having Stage 3 Breast Cancer had on her life. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Oct 20

20 min 31 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with, Chief Political Correspondent and Anchor of Special Report Bret Baier, who discusses his new book, To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876. Bret gives Kennedy insight on her beloved President Ulysses S. Grant and the two discuss Grant’s pivotal role in the Union victory in the Civil War. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Oct 15

22 min 14 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with University of California at Irvine professor, Dr. Aaron Kheriaty to discuss the efficacy of COVID-19 mandates. Kennedy and Dr. Kheriaty weigh in on the impact of religious and medical exemptions and Dr. Kheriaty’s lawsuit against the University of California at Irvine and the state of California, in response to medical professionals not being allowed to write medical and religious exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Oct 13

26 min 21 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with Actor and Comedian Bill Bellamy to talk about their experience at MTV during the ’90s.  Kennedy and Bill reminisce on stories about getting in trouble while working at MTV, Kennedy explains the story behind her iconic nude magazine cover and Bill discusses his upcoming project.    Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation  

Oct 6

19 min 17 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with Addiction Medicine Specialist, Dr. Drew Pinsky and his daughter, Paulina Pinsky,to talk about their new book, It Doesn’t Have To Be Awkward: Dealing with Relationships, Consent, and Other Hard-to-Talk-About Stuff. Dr. Drew and Paulina discuss coping with rejection in romantic relationships and the importance of parents setting boundaries with their kids. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Oct 1

26 min 17 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with experienced Florida outdoorsman and cattle rancher Alan McEwen to discuss the whereabouts of Gabby Petito’s fiancé, Brian Laundrie.  Alan shares his experience assisting law enforcement in finding Brian. He also shares his knowledge of Florida’s Sarasota County, debunks rumors about the location of Brian, and explains why it would be nearly impossible for him to survive there.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 29

15 min 31 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with Wall Street Journal Technology Reporter Rolfe Winkler. Rolfe discusses his recent article about the technology Apple is developing to help diagnose depression and cognitive decline and how the tech giant is collaborating with UCLA and Biogen to find out if data such as facial expressions could indicate concerns with mental health.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 24

19 min 35 sec

Kennedy is joined by former Miami-Dade Homicide Detective Pat Diaz to share his expertise in the homicide case of "van-life" YouTuber Gabby Petito. Pat explains why he believes the public won’t know the cause of death and how law enforcement could have done a better job. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 22

22 min 32 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Founder of A Bar AboveChris Tunstall to discuss the best cocktail recipes that embrace fall's seasonal flavors. Chris breaks down the basics of mixology, how to make the perfect Manhattan, and the game-changing ingredients in specialty cocktails.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 17

20 min 40 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with President of the Tax Foundation Scott Hodge to discuss the taxation programs that the government is trying to implement and how this is impacting Americans.  Scott explains how the tax rates on different groups impact our economy and entrepreneurship. He also breaks down the history of our tax system and projections for the future of America’s financial distribution.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 15

21 min 41 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with the Chief Experience Officer at Ledger Ian Rogers to talk about the growing popularity of cryptocurrency.   Ian discusses the different places he’s worked at throughout his career, how he got involved in crypto and the reasons why some people are still hesitant to get on board with digital ownership. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 10

36 min 1 sec

This week, Kennedy explains what triathlon training looks like for the race she is going to compete in next week.  Kennedy shares her experiences training for triathlon races since 1995 and how she’s adjusted her training regimen as she travels with a busy schedule. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 8

17 min 36 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with FOX Weather Multimedia Correspondent Will Nunley, who discusses his experience covering Hurricane Ida. Will shares how he became interested in professional storm chasing and details some of the historic weather events he has covered over his career. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Sep 3

20 min 8 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Libertarian Party of Australia Chairperson Michael Conaghan who shares on-the-ground feelings as the country faces its sixth lockdown. Michael explains his libertarian perspective on topics including the Australian government's actions, how businesses are hurting and the dynamic that has Australia in its current predicament.  

Sep 1

21 min 50 sec

Warning: Sensitive Content This week, Kennedy sits down with comedic writer, former sex worker and sex worker rights activist Kaytlin Bailey. Kaytlin discusses how she originally got into that line of work, the history of her industry and why she disagrees with the policing of prostitution.  Kennedy and Kaytlin also talk about why criminalizing certain industries ultimately makes everyone less safe.

Aug 27

20 min 4 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Fox News Foreign Correspondent Trey Yingst who shares his experiences reporting from the ground in Afghanistan.  Trey tells Kennedy what it's like covering war zones and how Afghanistan compares to his past reporting. He also explains the risk and responsibility of countries around the world as they try protecting their citizens based in Afghanistan. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Aug 25

20 min 45 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Harvard University Professor of Science and New York Times bestselling author Avi Loeb to discuss how his journey in academia led him to conduct scientific searches that aim to find evidence of extraterrestrial life.  Avi explains that in 2017, the world saw an interstellar object for the first time named "Oumuamua" which ultimately triggered the start of his scientific investigation, The Galileo Project. Avi details the goals of his project and the technological advances he has been working on to enhance his study. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Aug 20

22 min 50 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with co-Founder of Combat Flip Flops Matthew Griffin to discuss the re-emergence of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the fall of Kabul, and how to process it.  Matthew shares his experiences at West Point and as a Special Ops Army Ranger in Afghanistan. He also shares the inspiration that led him to start a company as a way of supporting women and girls in Afghanistan. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Aug 18

20 min 16 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with the subject of the recent HBO documentary series “100 Foot Wave” Garrett McNamara to discuss big-wave surfing and how he transformed the sport throughout his career. Garrett shares the thrills of surfing, what drives him to seek out huge waves, and his mindset when taking on this dangerous sport. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Aug 13

21 min 23 sec

How do lucid dreams occur? Why do we have recurring dreams? Do our dreams have meaning? Can you control your dreams? This week, Kennedy sits down with neuroscientist at Northwestern University Dr. Moran Cerf who studies the science behind dreams to answer all these questions and more. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Aug 11

24 min 57 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with co-hosts of the From The Kitchen Table Podcast Sean and Rachel Duffy to commemorate 40 years years of MTV.  Sean and Rachel share their different experiences at MTV and how the network has changed over time. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Aug 6

37 min 9 sec

This week, Kennedy weighs in on the resurgence of COVID-19 and how officials and the public are addressing the new variant. Kennedy shares how the rise in coronavirus cases is affecting the economy and her take on the most efficient ways to return to normalcy.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Aug 4

17 min 54 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with a licensed psychologist, specializing in clinical sports psychology, Dr. Chelsi Day to discuss the pressures and mental effects associated with training for and participating in the Summer Olympic Games.   Dr. Day shares her understanding of the psychological issues faced by athletes participating in different types of intensive training and competitions. Dr. Day also shares how her experiences as a collegiate swimmer and work in private practice with Olympic-level athletes have broadened her perspective on sports.   Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 30

26 min 10 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with National Director of Research at the American Federation for Children, Executive Director at Educational Freedom Institute and Author at Reason Foundation Corey DeAngelis. Corey shares his global understanding of educational infrastructure in America and how he believes it needs to change. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 28

20 min 43 sec

This week, Kennedy takes a look back at a conversation with the Founder and Medical Director of Drip Hydration, a board-certified Doctor of Addiction Medicine and a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, Dr. Abe Malkin. In the heat of summer nights filled with sugary cocktails, Kennedy looks to Dr. Malkin who helps break down the science behind hangovers, why some people are more susceptible to them, and how to prevent hangovers from occurring altogether. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 21

16 min 24 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with the Director of Cuban Research Institute and Professor of Anthropology at Florida International University, Jorge Duany to discuss the growing unrest in Cuba. Jorge shares why the current push for freedom in Cuba is different than previous attempts, what is going on internally in the country that gives protestors confidence, and the possible outcomes. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 16

20 min 23 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Editor at Townhall.com and Fox News Contributor Katie Pavlich to discuss all things self defense and coffee.  Katie shares what it was like to grow up around firearms and the importance she places on self protection for women. She also talks about her love for veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 14

21 min 26 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Professor of Economics at King's College, Brian Brenberg, to discuss the principles of liberty-minded economics.  Brian shares the story of how he developed his economic philosophy, the importance of the Austrian School of Economics and the monetary problems that America is facing.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 9

22 min 25 sec

On this episode, Kennedy weighs in on the controversial rules that doping agencies put forth and why marijuana cost Sha’Carri Richardson the 100-meter event in the Tokyo Olympics. Kennedy also gives her take on cannabis and where it falls amongst performance-enhancing drugs. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 7

16 min 26 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Founder and Executive Director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies Rick Doblin to discuss the role of MDMA-guided psychotherapy in treating PTSD. Rick shares the story of how he developed a passion for healing the brain with psychedelics and the 35-year journey he’s endured to build a growing non-profit organization.  He also explains how to effectively work with drugs that have been aggressively stigmatized and politicized. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jul 2

29 min 38 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with New York Times Sportswriter and author of The Saint Makers: Inside the Catholic Church and How a War Hero Inspired a Journey of Fath Joe Drape.  Joe shares how he found the inspiration to write his latest book while in Kansas covering an undefeated football team. He explains the modern-day process of making it to sainthood in the Catholic church and how his time researching and writing this book taught him more about his own faith.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 30

28 min 13 sec

On this episode, Kennedy discusses the unconstitutionality of Britney Spears conservatorship, the miscarriage of justice by the state of California, and her hope for Britney's future. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 25

18 min 17 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Formula One Reporter Will Buxton to discuss all things motorsports. Will shares his experience working with the Netflix series Formula 1: Drive To Survive and the emotional investment surrounding racing competitions. He also explains the challenges that the drivers, managers, and team owners face during life in the fast lane.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 23

25 min 15 sec

This week, Kennedy shares tips to guarantee you have a great summer, from serving essential summer looks to the perfect poolside cocktails. Kennedy also explains how to meditate on “summer-ness” and the secret to being showered with adoration at the next backyard BBQ. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 18

16 min 10 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Senior Editor at Reason and author of Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump, Robby Soave to discuss controversy over the First Amendment on college campuses.  Later, Robby outlines why university faculty have lost power relative to students and administrators and how this is impacting schools around the nation. He also shares his experience as a Libertarian in college working for a progressive student newspaper.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 16

20 min 41 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with co-host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Kat Timpf and FOX Business Anchor Dagen McDowell to discuss why it’s good to be a bad b*tch and why you need them in your life. Later, they talk about the bad b*tches they admire from athletes, actresses and musicians, to their own mothers. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 11

27 min 4 sec

This week, Kennedy discusses Vice President Kamala Harris’ efforts to deal with the Southern border crisis and the mixed messages coming from the Biden administration about immigration. Kennedy also breaks down the Drug War and how it's impacting social media platforms. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 9

20 min 56 sec

This week, Kennedy sits down with Editor-at-Large of The Post Millennial and Author of Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy, Andy Ngo. Andy discusses what he experienced when he went undercover with Antifa in Portland, Oregon last week. He explains how he was interrogated and chased by the group; and how Antifa continues to terrorize Portland without deterrence by the city council, police, or other leaders.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation

Jun 4

18 min 56 sec

On this episode, Kennedy sits down with Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence Expert, and author of Cyber Security For Dummies, Joseph Steinberg.  Joseph explains why meat companies are being targeted in cyber-hacks and the source of the infiltration. He also shares what is specifically driving up meat prices and how other sectors can keep themselves safe as these attacks become more common.  Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation 

Jun 2

18 min 58 sec