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Master political strategist James Carville and revered journalist Al Hunt convenes a war room each week to discuss the battle for the soul of the nation! Join them as they gather the sharpest minds from across the country to see who has the most compelling case for the American people on the issues that matter most.
 
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As the Biden Administration continues to build support and consolidate its hold on the ship of state, James and Al are joined by John Maynard Keynes expert and author Zach Carter to give us perspective on Biden’s economic vision. Then, Evan Osnos of The New Yorker comes on to analyze what we’re seeing from China. But the episode wouldn’t be complet…
 
David Leonhardt of the New York Times sits down with James and Al to discuss how we can start moving our country forward after the Covid Pandemic and Trump era. Is it time to start lifting the lockdown orders and focusing on the working people who keep the country running? Or will Democrats keep the House competitive in 2022? EMAIL YOUR QUESTIONS T…
 
With Trump back in the news and Derek Chauvin recently convicted, James and Al bring on the President of NYU’s Brennan Center for Justice Michael Waldman for his take. Can we expect Trump to finally land in legal trouble, and what’s the best way for the Democrats to remove the many obstacles he placed in the way of our democracy? Will they also be …
 
With troops due to come out of Afghanistan, James and Al welcome veteran and author Phil Klay and pollster Jim Gerstein to discuss the state of world affairs and when we should be going to war. How are things looking in the Middle East 20 years on? Are we leaving too soon, or is it time to focus our attention here at home where we have enough probl…
 
James and Al bring on the creators of HBO’s Our Towns-- Deb Fallows, James Fallows, Jeanne Jordan and Steven Ascher to discuss their journey to towns across our nation during the pandemic era. In the process, they saw that the causes of our division pale in comparison to the bonds we build when we live, work, and dream together. Now, if only DC wou…
 
Al and James argue against the voter law in Georgia and don’t pull any punches about the allegations facing Matt Gaetz. They also discuss the role Joe Manchin has to play in the Senate, and whether the Democrats can do anything with their majorities. Come for the unparalleled political insight, and stay for James’ tuna fish sandwich recipe! EMAIL Y…
 
James and Al try to figure out what the heck is wrong with the Republican party, from G. Gordon Liddy on to Rep. Matt Gaetz. What gives? If their party doesn’t get its act together soon, they could easily slip into irrelevance-- and that’s in spite of the best efforts of the Democrats! EMAIL YOUR QUESTIONS TO JAMES AND AL POLITICSWARROOM@GMAIL.COM …
 
James and Al get fired up for some March Madness with John Feinstein-- taking a look at what’s best for the sport and the NCAA. Better check your brackets! Then, Ron Brownstein of the Atlantic comes on to discuss the shift from class to culture based partisanship and the way the forces unleashed in 1974 Los Angeles continue to define our future. Pl…
 
With our future seeming more unpredictable by the year, James and Al invite theoretical physicist and host of the Mindscape Podcast, Dr Sean Carroll to the show to gain insight into the secrets of existence-- that is, if anything exists outside of politics... In their wide ranging conversation we find out whether anyone really understands quantum p…
 
James and Al host Ret. Brigadier General Ty Seidule for a deep dive into the residual myths surrounding Robert E. Lee and the confederacy, as well as the implications they have for the region and our politics. Former NOLA Mayor Mitch Landrieu then calls in to join the conversation, discussing the changes happening in the modern South and how we can…
 
Is the GOP on the short bumpy road to irrelevance? James and Al bring on strategist, author, and Bulwark contributor Amanda Carpenter-- formerly a Ted Cruz staffer-- to find out why the Republican Party can’t escape Trump, and what things might look like if they do. If they can’t, Democrats can press a generational advantage, but it might not matte…
 
With Texas in turmoil after facing down a disastrous ice storm and Ted Cruz caught making a run for the sun, Al and James welcome Congressman Colin Allred from Texas to fill us in on what’s happening there on the ground. Will the state pull itself together or will it need to turn blue first? Get More From This Week’s Guest: Rep. Colin Allred Twitte…
 
With our nation buffeted by everything from climate change to Covid, James and Al are joined by the incomparable activist and actress Jane Fonda find out how we all can become more involved on the issues most critical to our shared future. Can President Biden rally us in time? The consensus is yes-- so we might make it after all! Get More From This…
 
With the impeachment process ongoing and President Biden scrambling to right the wayward ship of state, Senator Doug Jones of Alabama joins James and Al to give his unique insight into the challenges that face the Democratic party and the country. How difficult will it be to govern when we’re at each other's throats? And is there hope for the more …
 
With Covid-19 raging across the country for a full year, James and Al are joined by Pulitzer prize winning author and journalist Laurie Garrett to find out what we can expect going forward, and what our lives will look like in 2021 once the vaccine begins to get more widely distributed. Then expert football analyst and senior producer at NFL Films …
 
With Russia in upheaval, and our media not exactly sure how to cover the Biden Administration, Al and James are joined by former Ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, and NPR’s David Folkenflik to take a look at how both will fare after the transition to the new presidency. Can the media keep the Biden Administration honest while respecting the Ame…
 
In spite of the mayhem at the Capitol, the inauguration of Joe Biden and the transfer of power went smoothly, and James and Al are beginning to feel some optimism about the next four years...if the Democrats don’t screw it up! Leon Panetta joins them to look at the domestic and international prospects for the new administration. Then, Duke Law Scho…
 
With the Capitol garrisoned with troops and the passions of insurrection and the subsequent defense of the Union still cooling, Al and James examine the worrisome situation we find ourselves in going into the Biden inauguration. The threat is evident, and so they are joined by expert on the militia and white power movements, University of Chicago P…
 
2021 already promises to be as crazy as 2020, and Al and James are ready to game things out for you in their Politics War Room. They’re joined on their first episode of the year by award winning pollster John Couvillon to take a look at the double Democratic victory in the GA Senate races and bask in the results. Then, former Defense Secretary Will…
 
With 2021 just around the corner, Al and James celebrate our scientists and first responders, and give us the inside scoop on who has power in the Democratic congress. Then they’re joined by author of Saint Makers, Joe Drape of @NYTSPORTS, to discuss some of the things we’ve seen in the cultural realms outside of politics-- updating us about the st…
 
Al and James welcome The New York Times National Security Correspondent David Sanger to analyze the recent Russian cyber attacks on our country and go through our possible responses, legislative and otherwise. James is appalled we could let it happen, and all three wonder if our country is still secure. Then, Al and James continue their annual holi…
 
Texas and Trump have been rejected by the Supreme Court and things are starting to look like President-Elect Biden will sail smoothly into his inauguration. Al and James discuss their support for most of his cabinet picks so far, even though they worry that the party needs to focus on shoring up support (not to mention the Senate) before swinging f…
 
President Elect Biden’s cabinet is beginning to fill up, and James and Al have a lot to say on the subject. And if the party wants to win both seats in the Georgia Senate run-offs, they would do well to listen! Then, they are joined by Bloomberg columnist and author of Trump Nation, Tim O’Brien to give insight into the final machinations of the Tru…
 
It’s the election that never seems to end, but with President-Elect Biden putting together a cabinet and Trump’s legal challenges floundering across the country, Al and James are looking ahead to 2021. Georgia maven Stephen Fowler joins the show to discuss the facts on the ground and his expectations for the Senate races there. Then Senator Chris D…
 
The Biden era is finally beginning, and his cabinet and prospective agenda are already exciting people across the political spectrum. Al and James are fired up, and talk to political maven Bill Kristol about the prospects for the Republican party, and why he’s a fan of Biden and the Democrats after Trump. Then, journalist and author of Joe Biden: T…
 
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