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.
This week, we're flashing back to October 24th, 2018. With less than two weeks remaining before the 2018 midterms, Dana asks Chris how he manages during this busy time.
This week, Dana and Chris discuss Chris' "Five Key Counties to Watch" for the 2020 election, the Republicans who are in better shape than they were in a few key Senate races, and the debate around The Trump Campaign's cash supply.
This week we're flashing back to September 7th, 2016. With Labor Day behind them and an election around the corner, Dana and Chris discuss what the polls tell them about the 2016 Presidential election.
This week, Dana and Chris touch on all the action across the country as we inch closer to the 2020 election. They discuss President Trump's response to recent events in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and more.
For the last four years, Dana has kept listeners (and Chris) updated on the misadventures of Tora, her sister Angie's diabetic cat. In this episode, we flashback to some of the best Tora moments from the podcast.
This week, Dana and Chris check-in after the first night of the Republican National Convention. They discuss all of the action from the evening including speeches by Senator Tim Scott, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, and Donald Trump Jr.; and what those speakers tell us about where the GOP is headed. They also touch on the continued controversy around USPS, the resignation of Jerry Falwell Jr. from Liberty University, and an unfortunate passing.
This week we're flashing back to July 26th, 2016. Dana and Chris record the podcast from the Democratic National Convention. They discuss the resignation of DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Bill Clinton's impending speech in support of his wife and then-presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, and President Barack Obama's speech, expected for the following evening.
This week, Dana and Chris continue their socially-distanced dialogue from different parts of Washington, D.C.. They discuss the first night of the Democratic National Convention, the continued controversy around mail-in ballots and USPS, and how the House and Senate are in play with just 76 days remaining. They also give their latest rundown of television and movie recommendations.