Mar 26, 2020
Washington Post senior Congressional correspondent Paul Kane joins the latest edition of the podcast to talk about the $2.2 trillion relief bill that's passing through Congress, the growing anxieties over coronavirus spread on Capitol Hill, and what it's like to cover Washington in a time of social distancing and mass...
Mar 6, 2020
Washington Post Made by History editor in chief Brian Rosenwald joins the podcast to recap Super Tuesday results, giving a historical perspective on young voters, conservative talk radio, and political gridlock.
Feb 26, 2020
Sabato's Crystal Ball managing editor Kyle Kondik joins the podcast to preview the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday, breaking down the delegate math that will determine who gets the Democratic nomination.
Feb 20, 2020
Fresh from the campaign trail in Nevada, McClatchy political correspondent Alex Roarty joins today's show to talk about this week's debate in Las Vegas, the state of play for Nevada's caucuses, and why Democrats are becoming resigned to a Bernie Sanders nomination.
Feb 13, 2020
Matt Bennett, Third Way's executive vice president of public affairs, argues that Bernie Sanders is not the Democratic presidential frontrunner, assesses the muddled moderate lane in the field and talks about the prospect of a contested...