The former White House counsel discusses President Trump’s norm-breaking administration and how his actions and authoritarian personality will test our democracy.
The professor and author discusses Russia’s U.S. election meddling and his book The Death of Expertise: The Campaign Against Established Knowledge and Why It Matters.”
The media personality and best-selling author discusses the current state of the nation, the Trump Administration, and racial, social, and economic divide.
The New York Magazine Writer-at-large discusses politics, the Trump Administration, and President Trump’s report card.
The political commentator discusses Trump’s authoritarian presidency as described in his recent article in The Atlantic, “How to Build an Autocracy.”
The author and President of the National Iranian American Council discusses the future of U.S./Iranian diplomacy.
The Jacobin editor discusses the rising popularity of socialism following the 2016 election.
The author joins us to discuss his text The General’s Son as well as relations between Israel and the U.S. in the Trump era.
The UCLA Law Professor and Interim Dean of Berkeley Law join us to discuss upcoming changes in the Supreme Court under the Trump administration.
The author offers his thoughts on what America needs to do to move forward after the divisive presidential election, and how today’s uncertainty holds an opportunity for empathy to drive a new political story.