On this episode, Trey discusses the future of congressional committee appointments if a third-party candidate was in power. Later, Trey emphasizes the need to discern and understand the truth by acknowledging the limits of one’s own knowledge. He also gives recommendations for a family trip down to historic Charleston, South Carolina. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
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Q&Trey: What Do Members of Congress Do All Day?
18:30On this episode, Trey discusses why members of Congress give speeches on an almost empty House floor, and what the other members are doing with their time while that is happening. Then, he explains what experts told him about why the United States lost its embassy in Afghanistan. Trey also gives insight into how he has handled high-pressure, time-consuming jobs throughout his career from being an attorney to a member of Congress, and now the host of Sunday Night in America on the FOX News Channel. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
When The World Looks For You: The Tamika Huston Story
40:15This week, Trey sits down with the Aunt of murder-victim Tamika Huston, Rebka Howard to discuss Tamika's 2004 disappearance and murder. Rebka details her persistence with law enforcement and the media to ensure Tamika's case received the national spotlight it deserves. Later, Trey and Rebka discuss racial disparities in media coverage of missing person's cases. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Q & Trey: A New Party with the Same Guests
19:15On this episode, Trey discusses the future of congressional committee appointments if a third-party candidate was in power. Later, Trey emphasizes the need to discern and understand the truth by acknowledging the limits of one’s own knowledge. He also gives recommendations for a family trip down to historic Charleston, South Carolina. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
How The Foster Care System Is Wrecking Young Lives ft. Naomi Schaefer Riley
47:12This week, Trey sits down with Author, and Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum Naomi Schaefer Riley. Naomi focuses on issues regarding child welfare, and they discuss her new book, No Way to Treat a Child: How the Foster Care System, Family Courts, and Racial Activists Are Wrecking Young Lives. Naomi explains a child’s need for a secure attachment and the understanding that if they have a need, an adult will be there for them to provide it. She also discusses race discrimination within foster homes and how that plays a part in the adoption process. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Q & Trey: At What Point Does The Supreme Court Step In?
22:47On this episode, Trey discusses where Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s popularity comes from and why it stems from the pressures of standing behind your party regardless if you agree with them. Later, Trey reflects on his service in the House of Representatives and shares which historical figure he would have liked to interview. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
From Trading Stocks To Breaking News with FOX's Sandra Smith
27:43This week, Trey sits down with the co-Anchor of America Reports on the FOX News Channel, Sandra Smith to discuss how she made the jump from Wall Street to the TV business. Sandra explains how she went from a walk-on to a scholarship athlete on the Louisiana State University Track and Field team and how her love of running continues to help her in all aspects of life. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Q & Trey: Should The U.S. Attorney General Be An Elected Position?
18:03On this episode, Trey shares his thoughts on whether the U.S. Attorney General should be elected by citizens in order to prevent the position from being politicized. Later, Trey discusses the state of the media in our country and how he determines which outlets have an agenda and which ones are just reporting the facts. He also accepts a challenge from a listener.
Coexisting With COVID: Moving Forward ft. Dr. Danielle Scheurer
27:20This week, Trey sits down with Chief Quality Officer & Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, and the President of the Society of Hospital Medicine, Dr. Danielle Scheurer. Dr. Scheurer shares why, statistically, vaccines and booster shots are safe and effective in preventing hospitalization from COVID-19 and shares why she thinks vaccine hesitancy exists across the country. However, she explains why the reasoning behind wearing masks was not targeted correctly from the beginning of the pandemic. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Q & Trey: Where Have All Of Our Leaders Gone?
15:59On this week’s episode, Trey explains what it takes for a lawmaker to be removed from a Congressional committee and discusses why we don’t seem to have any true leaders in today’s society. Later, Trey and Mary-Langston talk about which sports they used to play. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC
Staying Sane in the 21st Century ft. Dr. Kevin Gilliland
42:20This week, Trey sits down with licensed clinical psychologist and the Executive Director of Innovation360 Dr. Kevin Gilliland to discuss the effect social media has on mental health. They discuss the impact of social media on the psyche of young people, as well as some tips for healthy use of the platform. Dr. Gilliland wraps the discussion with advice on how making the most of your talents can lead to a joyful adventurous life. Follow Trey on Twitter: @TGowdySC