January 21st, 2022 | 55 mins 19 secs
arizona, biden’s first year, big lie, black voters, brennan center, desantis, early voting, economy, gdp, georgia, inflation, new york, presidency, republican legislators, senate, unemployment, voter id, voting rights, voting rights act, water bottles
CATO's Walter Olson brings his libertarian insight to a discussion of voting rights and wrongs — and Biden's first year.
December 17th, 2021 | 1 hr 9 mins
2024, antifa, biden, bob dole, chris wallace, congress, covid, democrats, economy, fox news, house committee, incitement, insurrection, kamala harris, liz cheney, mark meadows, martial law, military, montana, primary, service workers, trump
The Washington Post's Dan Balz joins the panel to discuss the January 6 committee, whether Biden will/should seek reelection, and how the pandemic has affected work/family balance.
November 1st, 2019 | 1 hr 3 mins
2020 elections, bill taylor, china, economy, hillary clinton, impeachment, nationals, public opinion, tulsi gabbard, ukraine, vindman, world series
On this week's episode of Beg to Differ with Mona Charen, she is joined by regular panelists Linda Chavez, Bill Galston, and Damon Linker to discuss the House impeachment inquiry vote, the World Series, the slowing economy and growing debt, and the 2020 elections.