Episode 96 – Conservative Minds with Kyle Sammin and Corey Astill
Hosts of the Conservative Minds podcast Kyle Sammin and Corey Astill join Josh to discuss the timeless questions of what conservatism actually means, how the Left more utopian than they often admit, whether they actually read all eight hundred pages of Whittaker Chambers’ Witness, and which tomes and authors are indispensable to the serious conservative thinker.
About Conservative Minds
A podcast about conservative ideas and thinkers. Hosts Kyle and Corey explore what it means to call yourself a conservative, where conservatism has been, and where it's going. Each week, they select readings and conduct a discussion to share with you their investigation.
You can follow the podcast on Twitter at @consminds
About Kyle Sammin
Kyle Sammin is a Senior Editor at Philadelphia Weekly who covers politics, history, law, and sports. He is also a senior contributor to The Federalist and writes regularly for Broad + Liberty. You can find many of his writings at https://kylesammin.com/
You can follow Kyle on Twitter @KyleSammin
About Corey Astill
Corey Astill has over 15 years of experience in Congress, government relations, and law. He is Vice President at Business Roundtable, an Association of CEOs of leading U.S. companies working to promote a thriving economy, where he leads the Health & Retirement Committee and Smart Regulation Committee.
Before joining Business Roundtable, Corey served for a decade as a senior advisor in the U.S. Senate. Most recently, he served as Legislative Director for Senator Deb Fischer, managing the Senator’s legislative staff and coordinating her leadership activities in her capacity as a Deputy Whip. Earlier in his career, Corey served as Staff Director of a subcommittee on the Senate Finance Committee, Staff Director and Chief Counsel of the Joint Economic Committee, and Counsel for former Senators Dan Coats and Bob Bennett. He began his career as a legislative aide to former Senator Jon Kyl.