December 10th, 2021 | 1 hr 1 min
aggression, american conservatism, biden, bob dole, china, cold war, culture war, damon linker, david brooks, democracy, democracy summit, government benefits, government spending, gun fetishism, gun safes, guns, hispanics, infrastructure, involuntary manslaughter, iran, latinos, latinx, linda chavez, michigan, mona charen, north korea, parental responsibilities, parental rights, peter meijer, peter wehner, pew, police, realism, ron brownstein, rural living, russia, school shootings, tim alberta, united states, us, war, william galston
Peter Wehner joins the group to discuss threats to democracy, the GOP's gun fetish, and more.
November 12th, 2021 | 59 mins 10 secs
2024, 5-11 year-olds, beef prices, biden, build back better, conor friedersdorf, damon linker, david frum, fda, federal reserve, gas prices, immigration, inflation, infrastructure, interest rates, iran, jay powell, jobs, linda chavez, masks, milk prices, mona charen, nuclear deal, oil, paul volcker, republicans, ross douthat, saudi arabia, trump, vaccinations, veterans, veterans day, william galston, workforce
The Atlantic’s David Frum joins to discuss inflation, the economy, immigration, and the call to back Ron DeSantis in 2024.
November 5th, 2021 | 1 hr 1 min
arizona elections, buffalo mayor, chomsky, damon linker, edward durr, eric adams, jonathan rauch, linda chavez, long island, mcauliffe, minneapolis, moderate democrats, mona charen, new jersey, phil murphy, police reform, progressives, republicans, science, seattle, the atlantic magazine, virginia, william galston, woke, youngkin
The Atlantic’s and Brookings Institution's Jonathan Rauch helps dissect last week's election results. Are both parties unfit to govern?
October 29th, 2021 | 1 hr 1 min
amanda carpenter, biden, bipartisan, build back better, cancel culture, colleges, cornell, damon linker, democrats, dorian abbot, infrastructure, jonathan chait, manchin, moderates, new york magazine, pelosi, polling, presidency, progressives, sinema, speech, spending bill, universities, william galston
NY Magazine’s Jonathan Chait joins, along with the Bulwark’s Amanda Carpenter, to discuss the BBB deal (if there is one) and cancel culture.
October 22nd, 2021 | 56 mins 24 secs
afghanistan, biden, china, congress, crt, damon linker, democracy, democratic party, democrats, eric edelman, hypersonic, linda chavez, mccauliffe, midterms, mona charen, nuclear arsenal, polls, progressives, race, republicans, schools, trump, virginia, william galston, woke, youngkin
Eric Edelman helps unpack China’s new missile, Democrats’ decline, and McAuliffe’s tone deafness.
October 15th, 2021 | 1 hr 1 min
damon linker, gop, ian bassin, january 6, linda chavez, mona charen, protect democracy, trump, virginia governors race, william galston
Protect Democracy's Ian Bassin joins to discuss how he's working to counter threats. Also the VA governor's race.
October 8th, 2021 | 1 hr 14 mins
damon linker, facebook, george f. will, linda chavez, mona charen, social welfare, william galston
George F. Will joins B2D panel to discuss his new book, and also whether Facebook should be regulated, and the Democrats' hopes for social welfare.
October 1st, 2021 | 1 hr 10 mins
ab stoddard, damon linker, democrats, linda chavez, mona charen, republicans, william galston
A.B. Stoddard joins to discuss why we can't have nice things in America.
September 24th, 2021 | 1 hr 12 mins
damon linker, mona charen, sarah longwell, tom nichols, william galston
Sarah Longwell sits in for Linda and Tom Nichols joins to discuss the Democrats' divisions, Haitians at the border, and Biden's foreign policy.
August 6th, 2021 | 1 hr 4 mins
cuomo, damon linker, democrats, eviction moratorium, linda chavez, megan mcardle, william galston
The Washington Post's Megan McArdle returns to B2D to discuss Cuomo, the eviction moratorium, and whether the left's power in the Democratic party exceeds its grass roots popularity.