This week we're flashing back to September 12th, 2018. As Chris celebrates the release of his book “Every Man a King,” he and Dana meet in the studio to discuss how he’s faring on the road and Mexican food.
With just two weeks until "the end of the election," Dana and Chris discuss all-things 2020. They cover some potential election outcomes, how current polling might differ from the actual election results, and more.
This week we're flashing back to May 5th, 2016 .In this episode, Dana and Chris celebrate the paperback release of Dana's book "And The Good News Is ..."
This week, Dana and Chris get together to debrief after a week full of Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett. They break down the political motivations of senators in their questioning of Amy Coney Barrett, Joe Biden’s streak of lucky breaks during his presidential campaign and the likely outcome in 2020 House and Senate races.
This week we're flashing back to December 20th, 2017. As the holidays draw near, Dana and Chris answer listener questions. While Dana is responding to a query about Jaspers' namesake though, Chris notices something peculiar in the way Dana pronounces 'raccoon.'
This week, Dana and Chris record their second podcast of the week as they brave the country's deluge of political news. They discuss President Trump's performance in the polls, the impact of the Vice Presidential debate (or lack thereof), and the Senate races that are still in play for the Republicans.
This week, Dana and Chris catch up on Monday after a busy news weekend.
This week, Dana and Chris convene following the first 2020 presidential debate. They also discuss the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court, the potential for voter fraud in this election and the Senate races Chris is keeping his eye on.
This week we're flashing back to January 25th, 2017.As newly sworn-in President Trump prepares to nominate someone to the bench to replace Antonin Scalia, Dana and Chris play Supreme Court Justice trivia.
This week, Dana and Chris discuss how the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will impact the 2020 elections in both presidential and down ballot races.
This week, we're flashing back to April 4th, 2018. Ahead of Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before the United States Congress, Dana and Chris discuss the interplay of Facebook with governments domestic and abroad.
This week, Dana and Chris discuss what a series of recent polling reveals about the Trump campaign's messaging, the nation's hypothetical response to a Trump victory on election day, and what a generic congressional ballot can tell us about the current state of play for the Senate.