Bernard Goldberg, author of the New York Times number one bestseller Bias, has won 14 Emmy awards for excellence in journalism at CBS News and, six Emmys at CBS, and eight more at HBO’s Real Sports. On today’s podcast, he talks with Matt about whether the media is giving Joe Biden a pass, how liberal bias helped create the rise of Donald Trump, and why cable news doesn’t do nuance.
David Frum, staff writer for the Atlantic and former George W. Bush speechwriter, returns to the podcast to discuss whether surviving Trump means American Democracy was strong, or just lucky. He also discusses why Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump were so different, his thoughts about the status of COVID-19, and his process as a political writer.
On the eve of the November 3, 2020 elections, Jamie Weinstein, host of The Jamie Weinstein Show, talks about what Donald Trump got right and wrong (so far), who he’s voting for, what happens to the conservative movement after Trump is gone, and much more!
im Miller, writer-at-large for the Bulwark and political director for Republican Voters Against Trump, talks about Joe Biden’s chances of winning the election, what his departure from Pod Save America taught him, why George Floyd changed Republican minds, and what we should think about “Anonymous.”
Shermichael Singleton, political strategist/analyst and op-ed writer, talks with Matt about his days working for Dr. Ben Carson—and why he disagrees with Donald Trump’s handling of the George Floyd protests.
Brian Rosenwald is a scholar in residence at the Partnership for Effective Public Administration and Leadership Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania and an instructor at Penn. He’s also the author of Talk Radio’s America: How an Industry Took Over a Political Party That Took Over the United States. During this podcast discussion, Brian and Matt talk about Donald Trump’s criticism of Neil Cavuto, and why Fox News is squeezed by Trump. They also get into conservative talk radio, and whether podcasts will replace it.