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2020 Politics War Room

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2020 Politics War Room

2020 Politics War Room

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Political insiders James Carville and Al Hunt offer a backstage pass to the 2020 Election.

Latest Episodes

David Paul Kuhn and Stan Greenberg on Democrats' Alienation of White Working-Class Voters

Author David Paul Kuhn and pollster Stan Greenberg pinpoint the exact moment 50 years ago when white working-class voters started to feel disillusioned by the direction the Democratic party was taking towards coastal elitism.

63 MIN2 d ago
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David Paul Kuhn and Stan Greenberg on Democrats' Alienation of White Working-Class Voters

James Lankford on the State of Lincoln's Party and Matt Bai on the Truth about Trumpism

EOklahoma Senator James Lankford insists that Republicans are as moral, honest and fair as they ever have been, while journalist Matt Bai argues that it is Democrats who have lost touch with reality.

62 MIN1 w ago
Comments
James Lankford on the State of Lincoln's Party and Matt Bai on the Truth about Trumpism

Walter Dellinger on the Eroding Justice Department and Keith Mason and Paul Begala on the Odds of Texas and Georgia Going Blue

Duke University School of Law professor Walter Dellinger bemoans the moral collapse of the Department of Justice, starting at the top with Attorney General William Barr, and political consultants Keith Mason and Paul Begala predict some surprising changes in parts of the country with some of the oldest Republican voting history.

47 MIN2 w ago
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Walter Dellinger on the Eroding Justice Department and Keith Mason and Paul Begala on the Odds of Texas and Georgia Going Blue

Howard W. French on Race and the Media, and Ron Brownstein on Shifts in the Electorate

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism professor Howard French defies the notion that George Floyd is America's wake up call, as his death is only the latest outcome of centuries of systemic racism, and The Atlantic's senior editor Ron Brownstein paints a picture of who will vote for who in November.

72 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Howard W. French on Race and the Media, and Ron Brownstein on Shifts in the Electorate

Timothy L. O'Brien on the Methodology and Madness of Trump

Journalist Timothy L. O'Brien separates the man from the myth surrounding Donald J. Trump, pulling back the curtain on his love/hate relationship with the media, his deep seeded narcissism, and his past failings shielded by his enormous privilege.

49 MINJUN 11
Comments
Timothy L. O'Brien on the Methodology and Madness of Trump

David Harris on Essential Police Reforms

University of Pittsburgh law professor David Harris takes great care in unpacking the systemic racism in America's police force, and offers some wide-reaching changes as a possible means of increasing officer accountability and preventing future tragedies like the death of George Floyd.

48 MINJUN 4
Comments
David Harris on Essential Police Reforms

Charlie Sykes and Tim Miller on the Fight for the Soul of the Republican Party and Ron Chernow on the Truth about Ulysses Grant

EThe Bulwark editor-in-chief Charlie Sykes and contributor Tim Miller chart the moral decline of the Republican establishment thanks to the rise of Trumpism, and historian Ron Chernow shines some light on the misconceptions about America's 18th president: Ulysses S. Grant.

61 MINMAY 28
Comments
Charlie Sykes and Tim Miller on the Fight for the Soul of the Republican Party and Ron Chernow on the Truth about Ulysses Grant

David Wessel on the Unpredictability of the Current Economy

EEconomics writer David Wessel attempts to derive a coherent narrative about America's financial future by calculating all the variables at play, including the influences of the stock market, the national deficit, and the Federal Reserve.

51 MINMAY 21
Comments
David Wessel on the Unpredictability of the Current Economy

Norman Pearlstine on Journalism During a Global Crisis and Jung H. Pak on the Real Power of North Korea

ELA Times executive editor Norman Pearlstine discusses the challenges of running a newspaper in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, and Brookings Institute senior fellow Jung H. Pak warns against underestimating the strength and guile of Kim Jong-un.

54 MINMAY 14
Comments
Norman Pearlstine on Journalism During a Global Crisis and Jung H. Pak on the Real Power of North Korea

Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue on Marriage Lessons from Quarantine

Actress Marlo Thomas and TV host Phil Donahue share the wisdom they have gained from 40 years of marriage and apply it to the context of life in quarantine, wherein maintaining a healthy relationship becomes yet another of the crisis' challenges.

47 MINMAY 7
Comments
Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue on Marriage Lessons from Quarantine

Latest Episodes

David Paul Kuhn and Stan Greenberg on Democrats' Alienation of White Working-Class Voters

Author David Paul Kuhn and pollster Stan Greenberg pinpoint the exact moment 50 years ago when white working-class voters started to feel disillusioned by the direction the Democratic party was taking towards coastal elitism.

63 MIN2 d ago
Comments
David Paul Kuhn and Stan Greenberg on Democrats' Alienation of White Working-Class Voters

James Lankford on the State of Lincoln's Party and Matt Bai on the Truth about Trumpism

EOklahoma Senator James Lankford insists that Republicans are as moral, honest and fair as they ever have been, while journalist Matt Bai argues that it is Democrats who have lost touch with reality.

62 MIN1 w ago
Comments
James Lankford on the State of Lincoln's Party and Matt Bai on the Truth about Trumpism

Walter Dellinger on the Eroding Justice Department and Keith Mason and Paul Begala on the Odds of Texas and Georgia Going Blue

Duke University School of Law professor Walter Dellinger bemoans the moral collapse of the Department of Justice, starting at the top with Attorney General William Barr, and political consultants Keith Mason and Paul Begala predict some surprising changes in parts of the country with some of the oldest Republican voting history.

47 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Walter Dellinger on the Eroding Justice Department and Keith Mason and Paul Begala on the Odds of Texas and Georgia Going Blue

Howard W. French on Race and the Media, and Ron Brownstein on Shifts in the Electorate

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism professor Howard French defies the notion that George Floyd is America's wake up call, as his death is only the latest outcome of centuries of systemic racism, and The Atlantic's senior editor Ron Brownstein paints a picture of who will vote for who in November.

72 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Howard W. French on Race and the Media, and Ron Brownstein on Shifts in the Electorate

Timothy L. O'Brien on the Methodology and Madness of Trump

Journalist Timothy L. O'Brien separates the man from the myth surrounding Donald J. Trump, pulling back the curtain on his love/hate relationship with the media, his deep seeded narcissism, and his past failings shielded by his enormous privilege.

49 MINJUN 11
Comments
Timothy L. O'Brien on the Methodology and Madness of Trump

David Harris on Essential Police Reforms

University of Pittsburgh law professor David Harris takes great care in unpacking the systemic racism in America's police force, and offers some wide-reaching changes as a possible means of increasing officer accountability and preventing future tragedies like the death of George Floyd.

48 MINJUN 4
Comments
David Harris on Essential Police Reforms

Charlie Sykes and Tim Miller on the Fight for the Soul of the Republican Party and Ron Chernow on the Truth about Ulysses Grant

EThe Bulwark editor-in-chief Charlie Sykes and contributor Tim Miller chart the moral decline of the Republican establishment thanks to the rise of Trumpism, and historian Ron Chernow shines some light on the misconceptions about America's 18th president: Ulysses S. Grant.

61 MINMAY 28
Comments
Charlie Sykes and Tim Miller on the Fight for the Soul of the Republican Party and Ron Chernow on the Truth about Ulysses Grant

David Wessel on the Unpredictability of the Current Economy

EEconomics writer David Wessel attempts to derive a coherent narrative about America's financial future by calculating all the variables at play, including the influences of the stock market, the national deficit, and the Federal Reserve.

51 MINMAY 21
Comments
David Wessel on the Unpredictability of the Current Economy

Norman Pearlstine on Journalism During a Global Crisis and Jung H. Pak on the Real Power of North Korea

ELA Times executive editor Norman Pearlstine discusses the challenges of running a newspaper in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, and Brookings Institute senior fellow Jung H. Pak warns against underestimating the strength and guile of Kim Jong-un.

54 MINMAY 14
Comments
Norman Pearlstine on Journalism During a Global Crisis and Jung H. Pak on the Real Power of North Korea

Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue on Marriage Lessons from Quarantine

Actress Marlo Thomas and TV host Phil Donahue share the wisdom they have gained from 40 years of marriage and apply it to the context of life in quarantine, wherein maintaining a healthy relationship becomes yet another of the crisis' challenges.

47 MINMAY 7
Comments
Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue on Marriage Lessons from Quarantine
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