Beg to Differ with Mona Charen
Mona Charen hosts a roundtable with Linda Chavez, Bill Galston, and Damon Linker discussing the news of the week.
We found 7 episodes of Beg to Differ with Mona Charen with the tag “senate”.
Putin Wants to Turn Back the Clock
January 28th, 2022 | 52 mins 32 secs
belarus, biden, breyer, confirmation, defensive weapons, democracy, democrats, energy, france, georgia, gerhard schroder, germany, manchin, merkel, nord stream, nuclear power, olaf scholz, pew, putin, qatar, republican base, russia, scotus, senate, sinema, soviet union, supreme court, tucker carlson, ukraine
Stanford’s Francis Fukuyama joins the group to discuss Ukraine and the impact of a new Supreme Court justice on politics and jurisprudence.
Do's and Don'ts of Democracy Protection
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.
Biden's Nadir Week?
January 14th, 2022 | 55 mins 21 secs
ballots. vote counting, belarus, biden, bull connor, chicken, covid, eastman, eric adams, europe, filibuster, georgia, gerrymandering, green card, harry enten, immigrants, jefferson davis, lincoln, lukashenko, mcconnell, milk, nato, new york city, nyc, omicron, russia, ruy teixeira, senate, sinema, stacey abrams, supermarket shelves, supply chain, swing states, ukraine, vote casting, voter turnout, voting, voting rights
A.B. Stoddard and Ben Parker join the group to discuss Biden's kamikaze voting rights push and Putin's threats to Ukraine.
Were the Clintonites Right after All?
December 24th, 2021 | 59 mins 25 secs
activists, bbb, biden, bill clinton, build back better, centrists, child tax credit, cultural issues, defund the police, democratic leadership council, education, federal spending, hillary, hispanics, house boat, immigrants, latinos, manchin, non-college education, obama, pelosi, progressives, protesters, reagan era, senate, sister souljah, spending, suburban swing voters, the 90s, the clinton era, the squad, viriginia, west virginia, white working class
The centrist wing of the democratic party is making a bit of a comeback. With Joe Manchin calling the shots on BBB — and cultural issues like "defund the police" not winning even among Black and Hispanic voters — is it time for the Democratic leadership to stand up to the progressives? The Atlantic's Ron Brownstein is this week's special guest.
April 9th, 2021 | 1 hr 3 mins
boycott culture, china, election law, filibuster, fundraising, georgia, gop, h.r. 1, human rights, joe manchin, marjorie taylor greene, mlb, olympics, politics, sb 202, senate
On this week’s Beg to Differ, Sarah Longwell sits in for Mona Charen, and discusses with the panel the future of the filibuster, GOP fundraising tactics and their new embrace of boycott culture, H.R. 1 and election law, and China and the Olympics.
Still No Plan
May 8th, 2020 | 1 hr 11 mins
#reopen protests, 2020, covid-19, donald trump, elections, inspectors general, joe biden, justin amash, senate, seniors, track and trace, trump coalition
On this week's Beg to Differ with Mona Charen, A.B. Stoddard joins regulars Damon Linker, Linda Chavez, and Bill Galston to discuss the next phase of COVID-19 bumbling from the White House, the #ReOpen protests, the 2020 race and down ballot elections, and whether the Trump coalition is eroding.
They're Laughing At us
December 6th, 2019 | 1 hr 6 mins
2020, congress, georgia, house, impeachment, kamala harris, senate
On this week's episode of Beg to Differ, host Mona Charen is joined by Josh Kraushaar, and regular panelists Bill Galston and Damon Linker to discuss the implosion of Kamala Harris, the latest with the impeachment inquiry, and the politics of the Georgia Senate appointment.