By any measure, Peter Schweizer is an investigative reporting powerhouse. His output speaks for itself, with nearly 20 books to his name, including the bestsellers Clinton Cash and last year’s Profiles in Corruption. He has written for the New York Times and Breitbart News, where he is senior contributor. And in his day job, he and his team have published numerous investigations at the Government Accountability Institute (GAI), where he serves as president.
In his latest media offensive, Schweizer recently launched a weekly podcast series, a first for the GAI. The Drill Down podcast follows the money trail to expose government corruption, packaging complex issues into 30-minute episodes designed for easy consumption.
The show, co-hosted by Eric Eggers, delves beneath the surface of hot-button issues dominating the news cycle, offering substantive analysis of controversial issues including the corruption of teacher’s unions, the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, and Hunter