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The RJ Moeller Show: Ben Domenech and Brad Jackson

Podcasting worlds collide on this week’s episode of “The RJ Moeller Show.” Ben Domenech and Brad Jackson, co-hosts of the “Coffee & Markets” podcast, join us for a thoroughly enjoyable half-hour segment to kick things off. Ben DomenechApart from being a return guest to the Values & Capitalism podcast, Ben Domenech is a research fellow for the Heartland Institute and editor-in-chief of The City, an academic journal on faith, politics and culture. He previously served as speechwriter to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson, and as chief speechwriter for U.S. Senator John Cornyn of Texas. An editor of multiple New York Times bestsellers, Domenech co-founded Redstate.com and contributes to several blogs including RealClearWorld, Ricochet and BigGovernment. He lives with his wife in Virginia. Follow Ben on Twitter at @bdomenech and don’t forget to subscribe to his outstanding daily e-newsletter The Transom. Brad Jackson is an experienced political consultant and veteran of multiple political campaigns, who specializes in digital communications and campaign strategy. Brad previously served as a Capitol Hill staffer for U.S. Senator John Cornyn of Texas, and has been a consultant for a number of prominent political clients, including Texas Governor Rick Perry. His writings and work have been featured in major news outlets including CBS News and Fox News. A graduate of the University of Texas and a passionate Longhorn fan, Brad and his wife live in Austin, Texas. Follow Brad on Twitter at @bradwjackson. To close thing out this week, we welcome back to the show—all the way from an Air Force base in South Korea—our old pal Matt Levon. For newer listeners, Matt was one of the founding members of the podcast, and he is currently serving his country in the USAF abroad. Follow Matt on Twitter at @jumpinjehoshaph. Stream this episode below, find us at Stitcher.com, or subscribe for free on your iTunes.