Jan 26, 2023
Today's podcast brings up good economic numbers and asks whether we're just now measuring everything badly—and how the political system is uniquely incompetent when it comes to resolving future economic crises before they happen. Also, some news about our show's future. Give a listen.
Jan 20, 2023
Joe Biden says he has "no regrets" about his handling of classified information. Really? Why not? Seems like a big deal to us on the podcast. Also a big deal: Ukraine. And the Supreme Court's inability to find the leaker of its most important decision in decades. Give a listen.
Dec 16, 2022
Today's podcast points out that Donald Trump's bizarre announcement that he's selling NFT images of himself was completely overshadowed later in the day by Elon Musk banning some journalists on Twitter. Does this mean Trump is now, literally, yesterday morning's news and will remain so? Give a listen.
Nov 29, 2022
Today's podcast takes up the bizarre behavior of Republican election supervisors in a small county in Arizona who do not want to certify their election results—and the fact that if they were to succeed, a House seat would flip to the Democrats. How crazy is that? Not as crazy, perhaps, as the anti-Semitism-enabling...
Oct 26, 2022
Tuesday night’s senatorial debate in Pennsylvania treated voters to a voyeuristic spectacle that was painful to watch. Can voters look beyond John Fetterman’s infirmities on November 8? Also, Lee Zeldin shines in the New York state gubernatorial debate.