Shelby Steele, a Hoover Institution senior fellow joins me to discuss race relations in the United States.
Niall Ferguson argues that networks are not a new phenomenon and have been impacting human culture from the beginning of history.
Historian James Wright, author of "Enduring Vietnam: An America Generation and Its War," joins Peter Robinson on "Uncommon Knowledge."
Victor Davis Hanson joins me to discuss his latest book, "The Second World Wars."
Here's Part One of my recent two-part interview with Victor Davis Hanson on his new book "The Second World Wars."
John Cogan joins Peter Robinson to discuss his latest book, "The High Cost of Good Intentions," on the necessity for entitlement reform in the United States.
Peter Robinson sits down with Naimark to discuss his latest book "Genocide: A World History."
Peter Robinson sits down with "Dilbert" cartoonist and political philosopher Scott Adams to discuss his book "How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big."
Pat Sajak interviews Peter Robinson on how the "Tear Down This Wall" speech given at the Berlin Wall in June 1987.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali joins Peter Robinson to discuss her new book, "The Challenge of Dawa: Political Islam as Ideology and Movement and How to Contain It."