The Karol Markowicz Show

The Karol Markowicz Show

Hosted by New York Post and Fox News columnist, and co-author of the best-selling book, “Stolen Youth,” The Karol Markowicz Podcast expands on the topics that drove Karol’s most popular columns and conversations, namely, the cultural and social issues that affect us all. What's marriage really like? Why are we lied to about what it's like to have children? What does it mean to succeed in your career? In each episode, Markowicz aims to find real answers to the deep questions that really matter, while taking listener questions and welcoming some of the biggest names in news, politics and entertainment for candid conversations. Get ready to lean in and listen! Subscribe now to The Karol Markowicz Show - new episodes post every Monday and Thursday on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Episodes

April 11, 2024 21 mins

In this episode, Karol interviews John Cardillo, a conservative commentator and former NYPD officer, about his move to Florida and the changes he has observed in the state. They discuss the impact of the pandemic on New York City and the cultural problems that have arisen. Cardillo highlights the importance of enforcing the law and prosecuting criminals to maintain public safety. He also shares his weekend activities, such as clay ...

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In this conversation, Kurt Schlichter discusses his book 'The Attack' and the vulnerabilities and risks faced by the United States. He highlights the decline of the military and the lack of accountability in the ruling class. The conversation also explores the need to reestablish normality and address cultural problems. The Karol Markowicz Show is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every ...

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Erin Elmore, an attorney, Republican strategist, and media personality, joins the Karol to discuss her background, transition from law to reality TV, and close relationship with the Trump family. She shares her experience auditioning for The Apprentice and the challenges of being on the show. Erin also talks about her move to Florida and the societal problems she sees, particularly with immigration. She emphasizes the importance of...

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In this episode, Karol interviews Kate Trinko, Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Signal, about the dating crisis and the need to change our dating culture. They discuss the importance of being picky in choosing a partner and the role of married people in setting up singles. They also explore the different dating apps and the challenges they present. The conversation then shifts to a discussion of Abigail Shrier's book on mental health a...

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In this episode, Karol interviews Frank J. Fleming, a scripted creator for Daily Wire and the Bent Key Kids shows. They discuss how Frank met his wife on the early internet and how that led to their marriage. They also talk about Frank's transition to full-time writing and his experiences in the media industry. The conversation then delves into the topics of gratitude, spirituality, and the societal problem of self-centeredness. Th...

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In this episode, Karol interviews Comfortably Smug, co-host of the Ruthless Podcast. They discuss the early days of Twitter, the changing atmosphere on the platform, and the joy of podcasting and building friendships. They also talk about the feeling of success and recognition, the changing landscape of New York City, and America's biggest societal and cultural problems. They touch on the need to overcome divisive ideologies and th...

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In this episode, Tim Carney discusses the collapse of community and the decline in family formation as the biggest societal problems. He highlights the impact of family-unfriendly parenting culture and the pressure to constantly supervise and maximize every moment with enrichment activities. Carney emphasizes the importance of creating family-friendly communities with walkability, playgrounds, and support for free-range parenting. ...

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In this conversation, New York City Councilman Joe Borelli discusses the state of New York City, including the migrant crisis and crime rates. He highlights the sense of entitlement as a societal problem and shares his thoughts on teaching the next generation. Borelli also mentions interesting politicians and reflects on his accomplishments and future plans. The conversation touches on living in Florida versus New York, secession, ...

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In this episode, Karol interviews Liel Leibovitz, editor-at-large at Tablet Magazine and co-host of the Unorthodox Podcast, about his journey as a writer and the themes that drive his work. They discuss the concept of redemption, the societal problem of prestige addiction, and the need for alternative paths to college. Leibovitz shares his advice on being present and extreme in one's pursuits, and emphasizes the importance of coura...

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In this episode, Karol interviews Inez Stepman about her experience living in New York City and the challenges the city is facing. They discuss the decline of New York and other cities, the role of the NYPD and the New York Post, and Inez's work at the Independent Women's Forum. They also explore the problem of loneliness in society and whether these societal problems are solvable. Karol and Inez discuss the impact of social media ...

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In this conversation, Karol interviews Bethany Mandel about her experiences with cancel culture and the challenges of writing a book. They discuss Bethany's favorite cancellations, including being labeled a neo-Nazi sympathizer and the infamous 'Grandma Killer' incident. They also touch on the importance of resilience and the impact of cancel culture on individuals. Bethany shares her thoughts on the solvability of societal problem...

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In this conversation, Karol interviews Glenn Reynolds, the founder of InstaPundit, New York Post Columnist, and law professor. They discuss the early days of blogging, the changing landscape of social media, and the appeal and drawbacks of platforms like Twitter/X. They also touch on Glenn's career and personal life, the migration to red states, the cultural divide in society, and the biggest cultural problem. They Karol Markowicz ...

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In this conversation, Karol interviews journalist Nancy Rommelmann about her experience of making friends and building a community in New York City. Nancy shares her secret to attracting people and creating a welcoming environment, which involves opening her home and cooking for others. She emphasizes the importance of human connection and the joy of bringing people together. Nancy also discusses her career as a writer and the chal...

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In this podcast, Karol interviews Jesse Kelly, host of the Jesse Kelly Show and author of The Anti-Communist Manifesto. They discuss Jesse's journey into radio and media, the importance of raising men and the breakdown of the American family, the solvable societal problem, and Jesse's advice for improving lives by cutting toxic people out of your life. Jesse reflects on his success and emphasizes the importance of never feeling lik...

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In this episode, Karol interviews Javier David, managing editor for business and markets at Axios, about the state of the economy and societal issues. They discuss the performance of the U.S. economy, the impact of inflation on prices, the job market, and the challenges millennials face in buying a house. They also delve into the societal and cultural problems of disconnection and thoughtlessness, and whether these issues are solva...

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In this episode, Karol and Monica Crowley discuss Monica's experiences working with Richard Nixon, her views on the "deep state," and reflects on the responsibilities of being a public figure. The conversation also touches on the influence of neo-Marxist ideology in American society and the importance of American exceptionalism. The Karol Markowicz Show is part of the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes deb...

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In this episode, Karol welcomes Mitch Roschelle, Managing Director at Madison Ventures, about various topics including the housing boom during COVID, misunderstandings about personal finance, teaching financial literacy to kids, recognition and living a public life, the problem of tribalism, the feeling of success and relevance, and the importance of following your passion. The Karol Markowicz Show is part of the Clay Travis & ...

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In this episode, Karol interviews Neal Pollack. They discuss Neal's books, his writing process, and the enjoyment and challenges of playing poker. They also touch on the possibility of supporting oneself with poker and the desire to make a movie or TV show. They explore societal and cultural problems, particularly the issue of censorship and the importance of freedom of speech. The conversation concludes with Neil's tip for improvi...

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In this episode, Karol interviews John Bachman, a Newsmax anchor and host. They discuss topics such as recognition and fame, the challenges of parenting, the importance of family meals, the impact of phones and social media, and the need to slow down and be present in the moment. They also touch on the Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce relationship and the importance of focusing on positive stories. The Karol Markowicz Show is part of ...

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In this podcast, Karol welcomes John Carney to discuss his move to Connecticut and the challenges of making friends in adulthood. They discuss the differences in social interactions between New York and Connecticut, as well as the cultural divisions in society. John shares his transition from being a lawyer to a writer and his predictions on inflation and economic growth. They also touch on the evolution of blogging and journalism....

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