This week, Robert and Jean embark on a bipartisan search for clarity on COVID-19 data and the political and class divisions underlying the pandemic.
While sticking to their ideological underpinnings, Robert and Jean engage in an exploratory conversation about COVID-era spending, deficits, debt, inflation and the dollar. The conversation is a little nerdy, but also accessible and even fun.
Congressman Dusty Johnson (R-SD) joins the show to talk about the COVID-related work of the congressional Problem Solvers Caucus, then co-hosts Robert and Jean delve into the latest news in presidential politics — including the possible implications of third-party candidates…
Co-hosts Robert and Jean examine the politics and cultural division surrounding the ongoing reopening debate. What is the role of the president, governors, mayors and individuals? And is everyone doing the best they can?
Robert and Jean dissect two levels of executive leadership (and lack thereof) and find bipartisan agreement around some of their shared COVID-19 concerns.
COVID-19 survivor and Survivor Corps founder Diana Berrent joins Robert and Jean for an informative, hopeful, non”pod”isan conversation about what those who have survived the deadly virus can — and will — do to help the world recovery physically and…
Co-hosts Robert and Jean weave COVID 19 cultural observations into this week’s discussion of headline news, including: messaging and policy shifts by governors and the White House and revelations about China’s COVID-19 disinformation campaign.
Senior Political Writer for U.S. News & World Report Susan Milligan joins co-hosts Robert and Jean in a discussion about New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s COVID-19 leadership and how the rescue/disaster package sausage was made in Congress this week.
Jean and Robert discuss life under the coronavirus lockdown and what it means both in Americans’ day-to-day lives and what it tells us about politics, including Trump’s 2020 fate.
Should Democrats’ messaging take a page from the RFK campaign playbook? This week's guests say “yes.” Robert and Jean find bipartisan agreement on Trump’s most formidable re-election opponent: the Coronavirus.