This week, Dana and Chris discuss relatable moments on the campaign trail, the importance of civics and expensive naps.
This week, Dana and Chris discuss the buzz around the Green New Deal, the growing field of 2020 Presidential candidates and meatless hamburgers.
This week Dana and Chris discuss the ongoing saga that is Virginia state politics, the President's State of the Union Address and the queso that wasn't.
This week Dana discusses her interview with billionaire and possible 2020 presidential candidate Howard Schultz. Chris weighs in the feasibility of Medicare for all.
Dana and Chris discuss the latest twists and turns in the ongoing government shutdown. Hint there's not much. Oh and there may not be a State of the Union...which is just fine with Chris. Plus, a look at the growing 2020 field and trivia.
Dana and Chris discuss the President's prime time address, the Democratic response and Dana's trip to Africa.
This week in Dana's absence Chris is joined by Brianna McClelland from the FOX News Halftime Report to give an early look at the 2020 Democratic field.
Dana and Chris discuss what's going on or what's not in Washington. Plus, mail bag and trivia.
Dana's husband, Peter McMahon, is back on the podcast to discuss favorite holiday traditions, answer some mailbag questions and compete in some citizenship trivia with Chris.
Dana and Chris are back together again to discuss the President's search for a new Chief of Staff, the fate of Brexit and the proper use of a cat tent.
Chris has a special guest, author, historian and biographer Richard Brookhiser. The two discuss the passing of former President George H.W. Bush.
This week Dana and Chris discuss the power structure of the new Congress, the President's participation in the G20 summit and the necessity of doctor's visits.
With Chris struck down by a bad case of laryngitis, Dana turns to her husband Peter McMahon to fill in. They discuss Brexit, life in Saudi Arabia and take tons of listener questions.
This week Dana and Chris discuss which party has grabbed momentum for next week's midterm election.