On the 35th anniversary of the Challenger disaster, historian and author Tevi Troy talks about Reagan’s Challenger Speech: A Four-Minute Window into Presidential Greatness.
Historian and author David Pietrusza talks about his new memoir, Too Long Ago: A Childhood Memory. A Vanished World.
Michael Tomasky is a columnist at the Daily Beast, an editor at Democracy: A Journal of Ideas, and author of the book, If We Can Keep It. During this podcast discussion, he makes the case for ending the legislative filibuster.
Mona Charen is Policy Editor of The Bulwark, a nationally syndicated columnist, and host of The Bulwark’s Beg to Differ podcast. During this podcast conversation, she talks about writing for National Review, working for Ronald and Nancy Reagan, and writing speeches for Jack Kemp. She also discusses why she no longer calls herself a Republican, or even a member of the conservative movement.
Josh Kraushaar is the political editor for National Journal, and pens the weekly “Against the Grain” column. During this podcast, he talks about Trump’s last day as president—and what to expect from a Joe Biden administration. He also talks about how Washington, DC, has become a fortress, and the problem with our current rural/urban political divide.
GOP strategist Mike Murphy joins the podcast to talk about the MAGA insurrection, as well as whether there’s a chance of getting 17 Republicans to vote to convict Donald Trump in the U.S. Senate.