Today, The Federalist Radio Hour records its 100th episode. In celebration, Ben takes a look back through the archives to share some of the program’s best on-air moments.

A daily symposium of common sense, Federalist Radio regularly features prominent journalists, influential policymakers, and Pulitzer Prize winning authors. This centennial edition of the show features some of the best so far.

Before taking over as the host of Face the Nation, John Dickerson joined the program to preview his plans for covering the presidential race. On the campaign trail, Senator Ted Cruz tuned in to share his vision for the nation. And George Will explained how he’d make baseball even better.

In each episode, Ben strives to bring together the most informed voices on the day’s most pressing cultural and political issues. Thank you for listening.

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