Our guest this week on “The RJ Moeller Show” is investigative reporter and author Charles C. Johnson. Charles is a graduate of Claremont McKenna, where he studied government and economics. At Claremont, he edited the Claremont Independent and founded the Claremont Conservative, an award-winning daily campus website. There he exposed abuses like the banning of two pro-life students from campus for asking questions of a pro-choice speaker. Outrage over the ban resulted in a complete overturning of their sentence and an administrative apology just seven days later. Mr. Johnson has worked for Charles Kesler at The Claremont Review of Books, Carl Schramm at the Kauffman Foundation, Seth Lipsky at The New York Sun, and Alan Dershowitz at Harvard Law School. While still in college, Charles started his own opposition research firm where he has worked for several candidates and helped pay his way through school. Charles’s new book, “Why Coolidge Matters: Leadership Lessons From America’s Most Underrated President,” will be published March 12, so we invited him to discuss the importance of Silent Cal, and what lessons we can draw from our 30th president’s remarkable life and career. You can listen to the show on the application below, by heading over to Stitcher.com or by downloading the podcast for free on your iTunes.
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