Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by Nyla Rose, who wrestles weekly on TNT and TBS for All Elite Wrestling (AEW), and independent wrestler/promoter Jimmy Z to discuss all things professional wrestling!
It does not exactly break your heart to see Mitch McConnell used as a piñata.
Look where partisan politics have gotten us. And Sen. Julie Slama thinks we need more?
The art of deconstructing an argument by refutation and holding a person accountable for previous statements that the person now contradicts was once an honored tradition. It has now mostly gone the way of other traditions in favor of sound bite statements formulated in political party meeti…
If the left believed that draping the Capitol riot of Jan. 6, 2021, around the neck of former President Donald Trump and the party that refused to repudiate him would sink the GOP, it appears to have miscalculated.
State legislatures across the nation are back in session. A recurring story in state after state has been the number of unfilled jobs that are available.
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by editor-at-large of the Bulwark Bill Kristol and University of Baltimore law professor Kimberly Wehle. Both Kristol and Wehle help sort through elector fraud in the 2020 presidential election and how to fix the Electoral Count Act.
Episode 30: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss whether automated traffic enforcement is a better way to keep people safe.
Commentary: We should not be complacent about the way the words we use shape our perception of the world around us.
"The next few days ... will mark a turning point in this nation's history," said President Joe Biden in his Atlanta speech to reframe the debate in Congress on voting rights legislation and the filibuster.
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by Bob Inglis, a former Republican South Carolina Congressman, to talk about how conservative principles can help solve the problem of climate change, the future of the GOP, and more.
Cathartic. That’s what it was.
Happy New Year and welcome to 2022. Here’s hoping we all celebrate a year of good health and kindness. My inaugural column for the New Year is a potpourri of random thoughts. Here we go.
The conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell on five of six charges of recruiting and grooming teenage girls for sexual encounters with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein is not and should not be the end of the story. While Maxwell has been held accountable for her actions, the men who engaged in th…
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by a political scientists to discuss a variety of topics including Joe Manchin, the Electoral Count Act, the future of American political parties, and more!
Episode 29: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada talk about the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant and what it says about us as a nation.
It was an act of country love.
"'Hope' is the thing with feathers / That perches in the soul," wrote Emily Dickinson. "And sore must be the storm / That could abash the little Bird / That kept so many warm."
Commentary: We cannot address the symptoms of deep-seated cultural change through political fixes. Instead, we need to change the way we live.
The groundwork was laid in 2021.
Vice President Kamala Harris denies people within the White House are trying to undermine her. Appearing on CBS’s Face the Nation, host Margaret Brennan asked Harris about gossip that she is being set up to fail. Harris responded: “No, I don't believe I'm being set up to fail. I'm vice presi…
Editor's note: Leonard Pitts is on vacation. He will return Jan. 4. Today, we are subbing Robert Koehler.
President Biden has attempted to tamp down the frustration many feel over his inability to crush the pandemic, as he promised he would do when campaigning for the office he now holds.
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays!
Episode 28: Topics include the future of vaccines, which film will win the Best Picture Oscar and the political future of Liz Cheney.