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Freedom Fighters with Governor Scott Walker

Freedom Fighters with Governor Scott Walker

By Governor Scott Walker
Governor Scott Walker leads a conversation on politics and news of the day.

Scott Walker is an American politician who served as the 45th governor of Wisconsin from 2011 to 2019. A Republican, he was first elected governor in 2010, defeating an attempted recall in 2012 and being elected for a second term in 2014. He formerly served as Milwaukee County Executive and in the Wisconsin State Assembly.

Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Walker was raised in Iowa and in Delavan, Wisconsin, before attending Marquette University. While in school, he worked for IBM before leaving his senior year to
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Paul Ryan & Scott Walker discuss the recent protests and addressing the root problem, the COVID economy and the response by Congress, and the 2020 House & Senate races

Freedom Fighters with Governor Scott Walker

Paul Ryan & Scott Walker discuss the recent protests and addressing the root problem, the COVID economy and the response by Congress, and the 2020 House & Senate races

Freedom Fighters with Governor Scott Walker

Governor Cuomo Is A Disgrace
On this episode of 'Freedom Fighters' from Orlando, Florida, Governor Scott Walker talks about how New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has failed his citizens and explains why we have to keep fighting for free speech.
February 26, 2021
Who Will Replace Rush?
On this episode of 'Freedom Fighters,' Governor Scott Walker reflects on Rush Limbaugh's impact on his own life and shares who must now continue the tradition of bringing freedom's principles directly to the American people. 
February 19, 2021
Union Bosses Shouldn't Be Running Our Country, The American People Should Be
On this episode of 'Freedom Fighters,' Governor Scott Walker talks about impeachment, the National Anthem, reopening schools, and the 10th anniversary of Act 10 reforms.
February 12, 2021
What It Means To Be Free People
On this episode of 'Freedom Fighters,' Governor Scott Walker previews YAF's Freedom Conference in Miami, reflects on the meaning of National Freedom Day, and explains why it's time to open America's schools.
February 5, 2021
Teacher Unions Put Personal Power Before Student Wellbeing
On this episode of 'Freedom Fighters,' Governor Scott Walker discusses the constitutionality of the upcoming impeachment trial, teacher unions putting their power before student wellbeing, and why we march for life.
January 29, 2021
The Case for Conservative Optimism
On this episode of Freedom Fighters, Governor Scott Walker explains why conservatives shouldn't be discouraged by the media's doom and gloom messaging and take heart in things such as Constitution-following jurists on the Supreme Court and in the federal judiciary, and a clear advantage in the states. Plus, why conservatives need to get back to the fundamentals as we continue to persist for freedom.
January 22, 2021
Freedom is Fragile—We Need Defenders of Liberty
On this episode of Freedom Fighters, Governor Scott Walker reflects on President Reagan's farewell address—delivered 32 years ago this week—and shares why our 40th President's admonitions are more important than ever. 
January 15, 2021
U.S. Capitol Images Bring Flashback of 2011 Occupation in Wisconsin
On this episode of Freedom Fighters, Governor Scott Walker reflects on the events of the week in Washington and why they remind him of a similar situation nearly a decade ago at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Plus, a discussion on the importance of engaging in passionate but civil discourse about our ideas in a way that doesn't violate the law.
January 9, 2021
2020 Worst of the Worst Leftist Nonsense on Campus
As the year draws to a close, Governor Scott Walker looks back at the worst offenses committed in the name of woke political correctness in American schools—as reported by Young America's Foundation—on this special New Year's Eve edition of Freedom Fighters.  Plus, why leveling the playing field within education is critical to presenting the truth to young Americans in order to show why commonsense conservative solutions work. 
December 31, 2020
Christmas is a time to be open to God's providence
In this special Christmas episode of 'Freedom Fighters,' Governor Scott Walker shares a moving story illustrating the importance of listening to what God calls us to do in the year to come. 
December 26, 2020
The 'Tyrants in Training' of Cornell's Student Government
On this episode of Freedom Fighters, Governor Scott Walker is joined by YAF's Kara Zupkus and Kevin McMahon to talk about the latest exposé from Young America's Foundation on the illiberal nonsense going on within Cornell University's student government. Plus, why conservatives should pay attention to campus culture if they want to understand current and future attempts to undermine freedom.
December 18, 2020
The Unhinged Left and Why We Need A New Generation of Freedom Fighters
Governor Scott Walker reflects on the contributions of the Greatest Generation and shares the dangers of embracing socialism.
December 12, 2020
Ensuring Fair Elections
Governor Scott Walker discusses the important steps needed to instill confidence in, and bring integrity to, the voting system in the United States.
December 4, 2020
Thankful for faith, family, friends, and our freedoms here in America!
Governor Scott Walker reflects on what this Thanksgiving means to him and offers a reminder of the many things Americans can be thankful for. 
November 27, 2020
Wisconsin Update and Talk of a New Birth of Freedom
On this episode of Freedom Fighters, Governor Scott Walker gives the facts about the latest developments out of Wisconsin as President Trump's team pursues a partial recount and state election officials continue their canvass. Plus, remembering President Lincoln's timeless words at Gettysburg. 
November 20, 2020
Persist for Freedom
Governor Scott Walker kicks off a new podcast season—"Freedom Fighters"—and shares why Americans must persist, rather than resist, to protect the freedoms and opportunities that make America 'a shining city on a hill.'
November 14, 2020
2020 Election Update in Wisconsin and Nationally
Governor Scott Walker provides insight into the 2020 election results in Wisconsin and around the country.
November 7, 2020
Trump helped get America back to work before and he will again - if given the chance.
Trump helped get America back to work before and he will again - if given the chance. 
October 31, 2020
Town Halls, media bias, social media censorship & brilliant Barrett.
Town Halls, media bias, social media censorship & brilliant Barrett.
October 16, 2020
Mike Pence hits a grand slam home run
Governor Scott Walker discusses the 2020 Vice Presidential Debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris
October 9, 2020
If grading on substance over style, Trump wins first debate.
If you believe ideas matter, President Donald Trump clearly won the debate on Tuesday night. The president defended his record and, for the most part, made strong arguments for his ideas. Having said that, it is hard to tell if the performance changed any minds during the debate. Data shows that undecided voters were turned off by both candidates. Frank Luntz described their mood about the debate, saying “my undecideds looked at that and said, how do you expect me to make up my mind if you behave like this?” They were more concerned about the style than the substance of the debate. Strategically, Mr. Trump was right to occasionally interrupt former Vice President Joe Biden when he was saying things that were incorrect. The president clearly dominated the stage. Ironically, it reminded me of the 2010 vice presidential debate where then-Vice President Biden consistently spoke over then-Congressman Paul Ryan... Listen to the full podcast for the full story.
October 2, 2020
SPECIAL EDITION: Judge Barrett is the right choice.
Governor Scott Walker gives a special, remote update on President Donald Trump's appointment of Amy Coney Barrett.
September 27, 2020
Freedom & Frugality at the Reagan Ranch
A special edition of the podcast from the Reagan Ranch
September 18, 2020
We will never forget the lives that were lost on Sept. 11, 2001
"I can hear you! The rest of the world hears you! And the people – and the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon." President George W. Bush came to thank the first responders searching the World Trade Center’s remains just days after the attack on September 11, 2001. These words were his spontaneous response when someone yelled that they could not hear him from the crowd. Amazingly, the students in our schools today never heard those words because they were born after the 9/11 attacks on America. Instead of living through it, all of the students from kindergarten to high school, plus many of the freshmen and sophomores in college who are 19 or younger learned about it from other people. For them, learning about 9/11 is like me learning about the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Now, more than ever, we must never forget the lives lost. We must never forget the heroic actions of so many who ran into the danger. And it is important to remember who did this to us—and why they did it. We lost nearly 3,000 innocent lives on September 11, 2001.  Hijacked commercial airplanes hit the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City.  Another hit the side of the Pentagon outside of Washington, D.C. And a final plane, believed to be headed towards the White House, the U.S. Capitol, or another major site, crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. We will never forget.
September 11, 2020
Big week: we talk about Kenosha riots and then the RNC
The Democratic National Convention seemed not only down on President Trump but also down on America. Thankfully, Republicans chose to focus on what makes our nation great.
August 28, 2020
Biden Blows Off Wisconsin and other thoughts on DNC Convention
Democrats were supposed to gather in my home state of Wisconsin this week. Instead, they held a virtual national convention. Here are my observations. Theme: It seems that the unconscious idea of the DNC Convention is feelings over facts. And the press seems to play along with them. Unfortunately for Democrats, facts do not care about your feelings. Joe Biden: He wants to be president so bad that he has outsourced his agenda to the radical left, giving control to Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others in return for their support.
August 21, 2020
Biden fully outsources his agenda to radical left with pick of Harris
Joe Biden ran as a moderate during the primaries, and he’s been running to the far left ever since he sewed up the Democratic nomination. His pick of Sen. Kamala Harris is another example of how he has outsourced his agenda to the radical element of his party. During her brief time in the Senate and as a presidential candidate, Ms. Harris has staked remarkable radical positions. Newsweek ranks her voting record as more liberal than Sen. Bernie Sanders.’ She was one of the first to sign on as a co-sponsor of Mr. Sanders‘ extreme plan to eliminate private health care plans and allow the government to take over our health care system. Tragically, we’ve seen how incompetent government can be when New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered people who tested positive for the coronavirus into nursing homes. Sadly, thousands needlessly died. Letting the federal government run our health care system will likely lead to long waits for medical attention, rationing of care and many medical professionals leaving their positions... Listen in to learn more.
August 14, 2020
Hidin' Biden stays in basement and skips Milwaukee
Hidin’ Biden announced this week that he would no longer travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to accept the Democratic presidential nomination. Instead, Joe Biden will accept the nomination in Delaware (presumably in his basement where he has mostly been hiding out for months). The former vice president spent much of 2020 hidden in the basement of his home away from the questions of the national press corps. Some of his critics blame it on his age (if elected, he will be 78 on Inauguration Day, while Ronald Reagan was 70 when he was sworn in as the 40th president). Others question Mr. Biden’s mental stability. Joe Rogan, who endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders earlier this year, said on his podcast, “I believe there is also a large group of people that are very uncomfortable with a man who seems to be mentally compromised winning the election and doing so by hiding,” and went on to say, “He was just at another thing the other day and forgot where he was.” The real reasons Mr. Biden’s campaign team is largely hiding him from the public are not his advanced age or some sort of early-stage dementia. The real reasons are Mr. Biden’s years of gaffes, his tendency to say anything to get elected and his embrace of radical positions to win over Sanders supporters. Mr. Biden’s more than four decades of public life are littered with gaffes. Shortly after taking office as vice president, Mr. Biden spoke to members of the House Democratic Caucus about how Democrats could suffer at the polls in 2010 for supporting the $900 billion “economic-stimulus” package. At their annual retreat, he said, “If we do everything right, if we do it with absolute certainty, there’s still a 30% chance we’re going to get it wrong.” A few years earlier, then-U.S. Sen. Joe Biden was caught on tape trying to connect with a Native-American person saying, “In Delaware, the largest growth of population is Indian-Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking.” Hard to imagine a Republican saying this without calls for his or her resignation. More troubling than Mr. Biden’s gaffes are his years of seemingly saying just about anything to get elected to office. During his first of three attempts to be elected president, Mr. Biden said, “I started thinking as I was coming over here, Why is it that Joe Biden is the first in his family ever to go to a university?” The press found out that Mr. Biden had plagiarized exact passages from a speech by British Labor Party leader Neil Kinnock. They later found links to other speeches. ............. All that and more.
August 8, 2020
Talking with Dr. Art Laffer about economic freedom
Tax systems and incentives matter. Listen to Governor Scott Walker and economist Dr. Art Laffer discuss economic freedom.
July 31, 2020
Frugality & Freedom; An update from the Reagan Ranch in Santa Barbara, California
Frugality & Freedom; An update from the Reagan Ranch in Santa Barbara, California
July 26, 2020
Biden, The Taxman, doesn't understand that tax cuts work
Joe Biden will be the new taxman and will start by repealing Trump tax cuts “If you drive a car, I’ll tax the street “If you try to sit, I’ll tax your seat “If you get too cold, I’ll tax the heat “If you take a walk, I’ll tax your feet “‘Cause I’m the taxman, yeah, I’m the taxman” Were the words to the Beatles’ classic song “Taxman” a preview to a possible Joe Biden presidency? Looking at his statements during the campaign, I am convinced that Joe Biden will be the new taxman. “First thing I’d do is repeal those Trump tax cuts,” Mr. Biden told a crowd in Columbia, South Carolina, in May 2019. A repeal of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would impose a significant tax increase on the hard-working people of America. Under the Trump tax cuts, a typical family of four earning the median family income of $73,000 would receive a 58% reduction in their federal taxes — which is a tax cut of more than $2,000. That’s real money. A single parent with one child and an annual income of $41,000 would see a 73% reduction in federal taxes — a tax cut of more than $1,300. Again, real money for that parent and child... Tune in to hear the full podcast
July 17, 2020
American exceptionalism and young Americans; Happy Independence Day!
Governor Scott Walker digs into a recent poll of young Americans and their view on our nation.
July 4, 2020
Paul Ryan & Scott Walker discuss the recent protests and addressing the root problem, the COVID economy and the response by Congress, and the 2020 House & Senate races
Governor Scott Walker sits down with Speaker Paul Ryan to discuss a variety of topics like the recent police protests and addressing the root problem. Plus, a discussion on the economy coming out of Coronavirus and how Congress & the Federal Reserve took steps to aid our country. And finally, a conversation on the 2020 House map and Senate elections. All that and more on this episode.
June 26, 2020
Party of slavery, Jim Crow, Ku Klux Klan, and segregation has a short memory
A discussion on the irony of protestors defacing the statue of Matthias Baldwin in Philidelphia. Plus, an update on the media and their role to play in this level of ignorance.  
June 19, 2020
Black lives matter: Reform law enforcement but also defund Planned Parenthood
What happened to George Floyd should never take place in America. We should be working to reform the criminal justice system. But safety also begins with the unborn. We cannot live in a society where there is such a clear bias toward aborting black babies. Black lives matter.
June 12, 2020
A conversation with Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch on the historic recall 8 years ago, jobs, coronavirus, and George Floyd's tragic death
We are sorry for the lack of quality in the beginning portion of the audio due to constrained remote podcasting options during the COVID-19 pandemic. The audio will improve in the second half after the break. Thank you for your understanding.
June 5, 2020
Every child deserves access to quality education, but private schools are facing unprecedented COIV-19 challenges
Governor Scott Walker discusses the value of parents being able to choose the right school for their children. Plus, schools face new challenges in the era of Coronavirus. How do we get back to work and back to school? 
May 29, 2020
The Courage of Lance Sijan, a True Hero
Lance Peter Sijan was a United States Air Force officer and fighter pilot. On March 4, 1976, he posthumously received the Medal of Honor, the United States' highest military award, for his selflessness and courage in the face of lethal danger.
May 22, 2020
WI Supreme Court upholds the Rule of Law, flattening the curve vs finding the cure, getting back to work, and Pelosi pushing for more reckless spending
WI Supreme Court upholds the Rule of Law, flattening the curve vs finding the cure, getting back to work, and Pelosi pushing for more reckless spending. How do we protect our rights and protect our health? Governor Scott Walker shares his insights on this week's "You Can't Recall Courage" podcast. Listen in.
May 15, 2020
Common sense has been suspended and how they youngest generation might be our best hope for conservatives
During the Coronavirus pandemic, common sense has been suspended. Governor Scott Walker discusses the realities of today's environment. Plus, a new poll out by Young America's Foundation has some interesting findings on the youngest generation in high school and college today.
May 8, 2020
Pat McCrory and Scott Walker: Getting back to work after COVID, skipping bailouts for already failing states and local governments, the left's obscene protests, and North Carolina Election 2020
Governor Scott Walker and Governor Pat McCrory (74th Governor of North Carolina) discuss the issues of the day.  Getting back to work after COVID-19 - How do we get the country back to work? Skipping bailouts for already failing states and local governments -- Illinois is a prime example for a state that was already facing a budget crisis before Coronavirus The left's obscene protests - Madison, WI to Raleigh, NC North Carolina Election 2020 - President Trump, Senator Thom Tillis, Governor Roy Cooper, the North Caroline Legislature, and the NC Supreme Court - A big cycle in North Carolina 
May 1, 2020
Gov Chris Christie and Gov Scott Walker talk governing during a crisis, Governors that are leading, & election implications of COVID-19
This week, Chris Christie, the 55th Governor of New Jersey, joins Governor Scott Walker on the "You Can't Recall Courage" podcast. Governor Christie shares his experience in taking on a crisis. Plus, they discuss which Governors are acting as leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, they discuss the national implications of Coronavirus on President Donald Trump's reelection and the 2020 Senate elections. Especially as to how the campaigns should be messaging to voters during this time.
April 24, 2020
Once we defeat the coronavirus crisis, we need to get back to work. Planning starts now.
Governor Scott Walker discusses the Coronavirus pandemic and getting our country back to work.
April 17, 2020
Talking COVID-19 response with Congressman Bryan Steil, JOCKEY stepping up to the plate, and steps to balance our economy and our health
Governor Scott Walker connects with Representative Bryan Steil (WI-01) to discuss the current response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Southeastern Wisconsin and across the United States. Congressman Steil shares his personal story of helping unleash the private sector to respond to this crisis. Plus, we need to get back to work... How do we balance our economy and our health? All that and more on this week's "You Can't Recall Courage" podcast with Governor Scott Walker.
April 10, 2020
Talking Coronavirus with Congressman Mike Gallagher
Governor Scott Walker sits down with Congressman Mike Gallagher to discuss the current Coronavirus pandemic. First elected in 2016, Congressman Mike Gallagher represents Wisconsin’s 8th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Mike is a 7th generation Wisconsin native, born and raised in Green Bay. Mike joined the United States Marine Corps the day he graduated from college and served for seven years on active duty as a Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence Officer and Regional Affairs Officer for the Middle East/North Africa, eventually earning the rank of Captain. He deployed twice to Al Anbar Province, Iraq as a commander of intelligence teams, served on General Petraeus’s Central Command Assessment Team in the Middle East, and worked for three years in the intelligence community, including tours at the National Counterterrorism Center and the Drug Enforcement Agency. Mike also served as the lead Republican staffer for Middle East,  North Africa and Counterterrorism on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Prior to taking office, Mike worked in the private sector at a global energy and supply chain management company in Green Bay. After earning his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University, Mike went on to earn a master’s degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University, a second in Strategic Intelligence from National Intelligence University, and his PhD in International Relations from Georgetown. Mike currently serves on the House Armed Services, and Transportation and Infrastructure Committees.
April 3, 2020
We need to protect the health and safety of every American. But we also need to get the country back to work. We can do both, and must, do both.
Governor Scott Walker discusses the current challenges of Coronavirus as it impacts the health and economy of our nation.
March 27, 2020
We can get through this together with the help of God
Americans are at their best in times of crisis - Republicans and Democrats will work together to defeat coronavirus
March 20, 2020
What a week: Coronavirus is real, Act 10 anniversary and what it means for the future
Governor Scott Walker discusses the global impact of Coronavirus and how we can deal with it through every level of government and with the help of the private sector. Plus, 9 years ago this week, Act 10 was passed resulting in massive savings for the taxpayers. Lastly, Governor Walker discusses the President's growing silent majority that is fed up with the extreme tactics liberals are taking against Donald Trump.
March 13, 2020
Special Edition: Super Tuesday analysis, Joe-mentum?, and the 2020 Census impact
Governor Scott Walker provides an in-depth analysis of the Super Tuesday election and the impact for each of the presidential contenders. Plus, a look at the 2020 Census and how state legislators will determine the Speaker of the U.S. House for years to come. All that and more on "You Can't Recall Courage" with Governor Scott Walker.
March 3, 2020
How the Dem Debates shape the election, South Carolina, and beyond
Governor Scott Walker breaks down the ongoing debates between the Democrat presidential candidates. How was Bloomberg's first impression on the stage? Who came out of the Los Vegas debate as a winner? Who's in a win or get out situation? Can you buy a primary election? All this and more on "You Can't Recall Courage" with Governor Scott Walker.
February 21, 2020
The new pro-life generation
Diving into the pro-life debate
January 24, 2020
Scott Walker sounds off on Iran, update on impeachment, and enjoys the Golden Globes at Hollywood's expense
Governor Scott Walker does a deep dive into the recent developments in Iran. Followed by an update on the impeachment process and where the Democrats are failing. Lastly, he recaps a good laugh as the host of the Golden Globes calls out the elitist left in Hollywood.
January 10, 2020
Governor Scott Walker Recaps 2019 and Predicts Which Presidential Dem Candidates will Win Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina, and so on...
Governor Scott Walker recaps all the work of 2019. Plus, he makes predictions in the upcoming Democrat Presidential Primary, state by state, for the entire contents, and then for the 2020 General Election.
January 3, 2020
What if Santa was a Socialist?
Imagine if Santa were a socialist.   Everyone would get the same thing for Christmas. There would not be any creative or handmade gifts. Each would be a bland, standard-issue, non-offensive, gender-neutral gift designed by a bureaucrat in the North Pole. In fact, Santa would no longer be male and most likely would be gender-neutral. All references to him or his in the stories about Santa would be removed so as not to offend anyone. No more white hair and beard as Santa would not want to be confused with a boomer. Gifts would be given regardless of whether someone was naughty or nice. There would be no regard for Christmas Spirit or work ethic. It would not matter if you believe in Santa Claus or not, everyone would receive the same gift. And about half of us would be paying for everyone else’s gifts. Forget about charity. Santa would have a comfy government job and many of us would pay much higher taxes to cover the costs of all of the gifts given out each year. If Santa were a socialist, he would get around to delivering gifts about as fast as most socialist nations get around to providing essential government services — which means you’d probably get your presents some time next summer. Clearly, he and his helpers would not be working on a holiday — even at time-and-a-half — and certainly not if it wasn’t spelled out in their contract. So you can kiss Christmas Eve goodbye. Santa’s helpers would be called vertically challenged and uniquely eared. All references to “elves” would be branded as insensitive. Those who used that language would be shunned... LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE TO GET THE FULL STORY
December 20, 2019
Why Impeachment Will Cost Democrats the 2020 Election
Democrats are blinded by hate and their partisan impeachment process is a loser with voters. We've seen this happen before. The 2012 Recall Election is a great example of Democrats overplaying their hand and we are starting to see it in polling across battleground states. And now, we can look to the UK's general election results as another example of what happens when leaders like Boris Johnson actually listen to voters.
December 13, 2019
How Democrats' Trump Impeachment could cost them the 2020 election
Governor Scott Walker dives into the current partisan impeachment, discussing it's similarities to the 2012 Wisconsin Recall Election and how this could cost Democrats the 2020 election.
December 6, 2019
Breaking down state elections in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Virginia
Governor Scott Walker breaks down the elections in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Virginia. Plus, how it all ties into the Democrats' larger gerrymandering initiative. 
November 15, 2019
"Tear down this wall", Governor Scott Walker Breaks Down President Reagan's Historic Speech
Governor Scott Walker dives into President Ronald Reagan's famous Berlin wall speech on its thirtieth anniversary. Breaking down the speech and the decision-making process for President Reagan at this critical time in American and global history.
November 8, 2019
American Companies and Athletes should stand for American Values and stand up to China
Governor Scott Walker discusses the issues of the day. This week, he dives into the recent kowtowing the NBA and American athletes about Hong Kong. It's time that American companies and athletes took a stand for American values.
November 1, 2019
Scott Walker talks VP Pence at the Wilson Center and NTU’s 50th anniversary
Governor Scott Walker shares a quick update from the Reagan international airport in DC. He touches on Vice President Mike Pence’s speech at the Wilson Center, when he discussed foreign policy. Then, he recaps the National Taxpayers Union (NTU) 50th anniversary celebration.
October 25, 2019
The Trump Presidency is a Success
Governor Scott Walker discusses the success of OUR President, Donald J. Trump. Tune in to hear more about the work of President Trump and his administration.
October 18, 2019
Scott Walker shares an update about his discussion with VP Dick Cheney at Beloit College, plus concerns about the Syria-Turkey conflict, and the double standard of the NBA in China
Governor Scott Walker sat down for a discussion with former Vice President Dick Cheney hosted by Young America's Foundation at Beloit College. They discussed global and national issues that our government faces today before students and community members. On this week's podcast, Governor Walker shares a few notes about their conversation. Plus, the Governor discusses the double standard of professional athletes in politics, as the NBA is silenced by China.
October 11, 2019
The left becomes unhinged for impeachment, Al Gore is not meeting the high church of climate change activism, and the Green Real Deal
An update from Governor Scott Walker on the left's unhinged impeachment attempt and the media's double standard while Trump speaks at the United Nations. A breakdown of recent climate activism, highlighting the double standards of those that push for this detrimental impact on our economy (as China and other major violators are left out of many discussions). Plus, a few common-sense solutions that should be part of the Green Real Deal. All this and more on "You Can't Recall Courage" with Governor Scott Walker.
September 27, 2019
Update from the airport on YAF’s Rancho del Cielo
Governor Scott Walker gives an update from the airport (please excuse the background noise) about the amazing Rancho del Cielo and President Ronald Reagan’s legacy preserved by YAF.
September 20, 2019
United We Stand
Governor Scott Walker shares his experience from September 11, 2001, after discussing the news of the day.
September 13, 2019
Taking on the national debt and following the model of our states
Governor Scott Walker discusses the news and events of the day. In episode 10, Governor Walker focuses on taking on the national debt crises. 
September 6, 2019
Sore loser Hillary Clinton blames redistricting for loss, tries to prop up Obama/Holder power grab group
Governor Scott Walker dives into the ongoing redistricting battle where Democrats are fighting to favorably draw maps to help liberals win.
August 30, 2019
Israel bans travel from "squad" members, NH Gov Sununu protects the state constitution, and GOP can win with fairly drawn maps
Governor Scott Walker discusses top stories from the last week from around the country. Listen in for more on the Democratic "squad" members and their new ban on travel to Israel. Plus, more on New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu's actions to defend the state's constitution. Rounded out by a few quick hits: Leader Kevin McCarthy's recent tweet on the pro-life agenda, a new tax report out from the Institute for Reforming Government and how it relates to the need for a balanced budget amendment. All this and more on the eighth episode of "You Can't Recall Courage" with Governor Scott Walker.
August 23, 2019
Why bipartisanship is not always good, more on the US debt, balancing oversight of tech giants, and more...
Governor Scott Walker discusses a number of issues in recent news. Episode 7 includes a discussion on the recent bipartisan budget deal, the growing US debt, the work we need to take on to pass the balanced budget amendment, the bias coming out of tech giants, and more...
August 9, 2019
The words "America" and "American" are not offensive and American pride
Governor Scott Walker discusses the new rules at Colorado State University and the fight for freedom among the next generation of conservative leaders.
July 26, 2019
Fighting for freedom and educating the next generation
Scott Walker, the 45th Governor of Wisconsin, discusses the fight for freedom in the 21st century and the steps we need to take to educate the next generation of Conservative leaders
July 19, 2019
Liberal indoctrination on college campuses, USA pride declining among young Americans, and American exceptionalism
Governor Scott Walker discusses the breakdown of pride in being American and the liberal indoctrination of our college campuses.
July 12, 2019
Celebrating freedom, SCOTUS ruling on redistricting, and notes on the Democrat's debate
Governor Scott Walker talks about this Independence day, discusses the recent SCOTUS rulings, and shares a few notes from the recent Democrat's debate.
July 5, 2019
Standing for life, Talking the recent Iran controversy, & the news of the day
Governor Scott Walker explains the name for this podcast -  "You Can't Recall Courage" - and the record of reform that let to the name. Then, Governor Walker discusses comments Democrats have made on pro-life legislation in Virginia. Lastly, Governor Walker discusses the diplomatic relationships between Iran and the United States, Joe Biden and Barack Obama's policies of the past in regards to Iran. Show Note: You can now become a show supporter for "You Can't Recall Courage" --  Support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes by contributing here: 
June 28, 2019
AOC wants a raise, while the US debt skyrockets & WI Dems push for higher taxes while they can't pay their own
Governor Scott Walker discusses politics and the news of the day on the You Can't Recall Courage podcast. This episode includes topics like: AOC wants a pay increase while the US debt continues to skyrocket  WI Democrats are pushing for higher taxes while unable to pay their own taxes Learn more at Bio for Governor Scott Walker Scott Walker is an American politician who served as the 45th governor of Wisconsin from 2011 to 2019. A Republican, he was first elected governor in 2010, defeating an attempted recall in 2012 and being elected for a second term in 2014. He formerly served as Milwaukee County Executive and in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Walker was raised in Iowa and in Delavan, Wisconsin, before attending Marquette University. While in school, he worked for IBM before leaving his senior year to take an opportunity to work full-time in finance and development for the American Red Cross. In 1993, Scott was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly. Then, in 2002, he became the first Republican elected Milwaukee County Executive. Voters in the overwhelmingly Democrat county re-elected Scott by increased margins in 2004 and 2008 because he kept his promises to continuously reform county government and put taxpayers first. On January 3, 2011, Scott Walker was inaugurated as the 45th Governor of Wisconsin. One of his first reforms, Act 10, helped eliminate the state’s $3.6 billion budget deficit without raising taxes or cutting health care for those in need. It gave schools and local governments the tools to balance budgets without the massive layoffs seen in other states. On June 5, 2012, Scott Walker became the first Governor in American history to survive a recall election. He received both more votes and a higher percentage of the vote than in his 2010 election, proving again that Wisconsinites want leaders in office who keep their promises. On November 4, 2014, Scott was re-elected to a second term.
June 20, 2019