The Philosophy of History with Stephen Hicks & Robert Tracinski
March 15, 2023
Join The Atlas Society for the 144th episode of The Atlas Society Asks and a special webinar discussion with Senior Scholar Stephen Hicks, Ph.D., and Senior Fellow Robert Tracinski where the duo will explain the questions: What causes historical change? What’s the role of ideas, knowledge institutions, or philosophy?
The Atlas Society Asks Marc Morano
March 8, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 143rd episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where she interviews journalist and publisher of ClimateDepot.com, Marc Morano. Listen as they discuss climate change, government control of information, and Marc's latest book, "The Great Reset: Global Elites and the Permanent Lockdown," which unveils the origins of the Great Reset, who is behind it, how it is being implemented, and how COVID-19 and the alleged "climate emergency" accelerated its advance around the world.
The Atlas Society Asks Daniel James Brown
March 1, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 142nd episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews author and New York Times bestselling author Daniel James Brown and his latest book "Facing The Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II."
The Atlas Society Asks Esther Wojcicki
February 22, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 141st episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews journalist and educator Esther Wojcicki. Listen as they discuss childhood development and Wojcicki's books "How to Raise Successful People" and "Moonshots in Education."
The Atlas Society Asks
February 15, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 140th episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews editor-in-chief and co-founder of The Dispatch, Jonah Goldberg. Listen as they discuss a wide-range of topics relating to populism, corruption, nationalism, Ayn Rand and his latest book "Suicide of the West."
The Atlas Society Asks Wanjiru Njoya
February 8, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 139th episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where she interviews libertarian Senior Lecturer at Exter Law School Wanjiru Njoya about her views on social justice through a pro-capitalistic, individualist perspective as written in her book "Economic Freedom and Social Justice: The Classical Ideal of Equailty in Context of Racial Diversity."
Ayn Rand & Freedom's Furies: The Atlas Society Asks Tim Sandefur
February 1, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 138th episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where she interviews returning guest Tim Sandefur about his latest book "Freedom's Furies: How Isabel Patterson, Rose Wilder Lane, and Ayn Rand Found Liberty in an Age of Darkness." Listen as he recounts the story of how in 1943 the three respectively published "The God in the Machine," "The Discovery of Freedom," and "The Fountainhead"--laying the groundwork for what would become the modern libertarian movement.
The Atlas Society Asks Peter Worrell
January 25, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 137th episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews Co-Chief Executive Officer Peter Worrell of Bigelow LLC about business and the influence of Ayn Rand on his entrepreneurial journey.
Scholars Ask Scholars: David Kelley Interviews Richard Salsman
January 18, 2023
Join our founder David Kelley, Ph.D. for a special "Scholars Ask Scholars" session where he interviews Richard Salsman, Ph.D., and discusses current events, Salsman's intellectual journey, and his current work.
The Atlas Society Asks Eric July
January 11, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 135th episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews writer, creator, musician, and political commentator Eric July about the successful launch of Isom, his first Rippaverse comic book, and his thoughts on the current state of American politics. Eric July burst onto the comic scene by successfully pre-selling over 3 million dollars to launch his own comic book brand "The Rippaverse." The rapper and popular YouTube creator is also the co-founder of Being Libertarian, a content contributor to The Blaze, and an outspoken critic of woke media entertainment.
The Atlas Society Asks Michael Berenbaum
January 4, 2023
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman on the 134th episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews American scholar, professor, rabbi, writer, and filmmaker Michael Berenbaum. Specializing in studying the Holocaust, Michael Berenbaum is the author of over 20 books, scores of scholarly articles, and hundreds of journalistic pieces, including "A Promise to Remember: The Holocaust in the Words and Voices of Its Survivors."
The Atlas Society Asks Jeanne Lenzer
December 21, 2022
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman on the 133rd episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews award-winning investigative journalist and author Jeanne Lenzer about her latest book "The Danger Within Us: Americas Untested, Unregulated Medical Device Industry and One Man's Battle To Survive It." Listen as they also discuss Lenzer's perspective on the Covid lockdown and mandate policies and how they were influenced by the intersection of money and medicine.
The Atlas Society Asks Andrew Bernstein
December 14, 2022
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman on the 132nd episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where she interviews Objectivist Andrew Bernstein about his latest book "Why Johnny Still Can't Read or Write or Understand Math: And What We Can Do About it." Don't miss as the duo discuss the state of American education, Andrew's introduction to Ayn Rand, and thoughts on liberty in America.
The Atlas Society Asks Dr. Aaron Kheriaty
December 7, 2022
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman on the 131st episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where she interviews Dr. Aaron Kheriaty on his new book "The New Abnormal: The Rise of the Biomedical Security State" and how public health, digital-surveillance, and state police powers were combined to become one of the world’s most dangerous threats to freedom and human flourishing.
The Atlas Society Asks Eric Kaufmann
November 30, 2022
Eric Kaufmann is a Canadian Professor of Politics at Birkbeck College, University of London and an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute. A specialist on cultural politics, religious and national identity, and demography, Kaufmann has authored, co-authored, and edited nine books, including The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America and Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities.
The Atlas Society Asks Konstantin Kisin
November 9, 2022
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 128th episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where she interviews Triggernometry co-host Konstantin Kisin about his book "An Immigrant's Love Letter to the West" and topics related to censorship, gratitude, and the current cultural issues in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
The Atlas Society Asks Dr. Rainer Zitelmann
October 19, 2022
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 126th episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews German historian and sociologist Dr. Rainer Zitelmann. Don't miss as the duo discuss Rainer's time in academia, the private sector, his book The Power of Capitalism, and research into variations of attitudes towards the wealthy.
The Atlas Society Asks Dr. Houman Hemmati
October 12, 2022
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 125th episode of The Atlas Society Asks where she interviews longtime outspoken critic of COVID-19 lockdowns, mandates, and medical censorship, Dr. Houman Hemmati. Dr. Hemmati is a board-certified MD Ophthalmologist and PhD research scientist who earned his BS in Biological Sciences from Standford University, an MD from UCLA School of Medicine, and a PhD from Caltech. Aside from being the co-founder of two pharmaceutical companies developing treatments for eye diseases, Dr. Hemmati also publishes extensively in the area of stem cell research and is a contributor to The Daily Wire.
The Atlas Society Asks Corey DeAngelis
October 5, 2022
Corey DeAngelis is the National Director of Research at the American Federation for Children, whose research primarily focuses on the effects of school choice programs on non-academic outcomes such as criminal activity, character skills, mental health, political participation, and schooling supply. He is the co-editor of School Choice Myths: Setting the Record Straight on Education Freedom and has authored or co-authored over 40 journal articles, book chapters, and reports on education policy, with work featured in media outlets such as USA Today, New York Post, The Hill, Washington Examiner, and Foundation for Economic Education.
The Atlas Society Asks Robert Zubrin
September 28, 2022
Join CEO Jennifer Grossman for the 123rd episode of The Atlas Society Asks, where she interviews author and founder of the Mars Society, Robert Zubrin. Listen as she talks with Robert about the case for space and his views on nuclear power as an answer to America's current energy situation.