Last night, Fox News aired the first episode of "Life, Liberty and Levin," a new TV show hosted by constitutional scholar Mark Levin, host of the "Mark Levin Show" and CRTV's LevinTV. Levin, or "The Great One," as he is colloquially known in the industry, hosts a one-hour show consisting of a long-form interview with different guests each week, discussing current events and how they apply to Americanism and constitutionalism at large.

The premiere episode featured an interview with Dr. Walter Williams, professor of economics at George Mason University, syndicated columnist and former Rush Limbaugh guest host. Levin and Williams tackled the growth of progressivism in the United States and how it threatens our liberty, the current firearms debate, and how conservatives must improve their messaging and its ability to bring people to their side.

Levin is the ideal person to host this type of show. His conservative credentials are rock-solid, having served as chief of staff to Attorney General Ed Meese under the Reagan Administration, written many books on the Constitution and Americanism, and hosted one of the most-listened-to conservative radio programs in the United States. Two years ago this month, he helped form LevinTV, which originally was a stand-alone show where Levin would host long-form interviews, give political commentary, or teach a lesson on philosophy and how it applies to conservatism and Americanism. Within a year, LevinTV evolved into a network of its own, called CRTV (Conservative Review TV), which has many great hosts, such as Michelle Malkin, Steven Crowder and Steve Deace, among others.

In short, "Life, Liberty and Levin" is a must-watch for anyone who wants to grow their knowledge of Americanism and conservatism, not only by applying it to the news of the day but by gaining perspective of the bigger picture. Just like Levin's radio show and LevinTV, "Life, Liberty and Levin" does this every Sunday night at 10 p.m. EST.

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