Today’s podcast examines the Biden promise to see 100 million vaccinations in 100 days and asks whether that’s actually ambitious enough. And we take on the disgraceful assault by a Biden spokeshack on a grieving constituent. Give a listen.

Today’s podcast takes up the second impeachment and the quandary facing the Senate as regards the trial of Donald Trump. Will it involve an assault on free speech? Why are liberals so intent on cracking down on speech anyway? And what about the GOP and Trump’s continued popularity? Give a listen.
Today’s podcast anticipates the House’s vote to impeach Donald Trump a second time and where things go from here—is this the worst possible way to do something our crew does think is vitally necessary? And how badly will the Republican Party fracture over this? Give a listen.
Congress once again compelled to take up an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump, and the old political calculations are making a comeback. Republicans have a gun to their heads—if reports are to be believed, in a very literal sense, and are increasingly less inclined to support such a motion. But Democrats don’t seem inclined to make betraying Trump an enticing prospect. Is everyone going to blow it?
Our podcast today is supersized as we take on the aftermath of the riots, the removal of Trump from Twitter and the removal of Parler from the Internet, the Republican Party’s challenge, the prospects for impeachment and removal, and the very nature of reality itself. Get a cup of coffee and give a listen.
With the fallout settling from the siege of the Capitol Building, it has become clear that there should be serious consequences to render that event unthinkable. But what should they be? From impeaching the president, to shaming the lawmakers who allowed this to happen, to the fight for the soul of the GOP; the podcast discusses and debates next steps.
The insurrection staged by Donald Trump yesterday is the focus of our podcast today, and what remedies should or could be adopted to deal with one of the most disgusting events in American political history. Give a listen.
The podcast considers the meaning of the Democratic victories in Georgia and the fact that four years ago Republicans had secured control of the House, the Senate, and the White House—and have now, four years later, lost them all. Give a listen.
Today’s podcast steps back from day-to-day politics to feature our friend Daniel Casse discussing his fascinating Wall Street Journal op-ed, “The Future Turns 50 This Year.” How did 1971 change everything? Give a listen.
First podcast of 2021: Trump’s astounding phone call, Cuomo’s COVID response, conspiracy theorizing… What year is this again? Give a listen.
Outgoing President Donald Trump issues two final insults to the American people on his way out the door by throwing a wrench into negotiations over a new COVID relief bill when the deal is already done and by pardoning three convicted former Republican officeholders. Also, Christine’s adventures in music, John and Abe’s take on film, and Noah’s abject dullness. Give a listen, and we’ll see you all in the new year.
Increasingly, the progressive left has abandoned the cause of decriminalization in favor of decarceration, expanding the terms of the debate around criminal justice reform to include the virtual abolition of criminal justice as we know it. What was the genesis of this idea, and what could its political consequences be?
The new round of stimulus, a more infectious strain of COVID-19 emerging in the U.K., Donald Trump’s latest episodes of impotent flailing in the general direction of November’s election results, and Joe Biden’s diminished presence on the public stage. It’s all here in the latest episode of the COMMENTARY podcast.
The podcast takes up the horrendous “medical ethics” talk surrounding the distribution of the vaccine, as well as the roles of luck and gratitude in American life, a surprising reversal of fortune for AOC, and the incoming Senator whose name makes him sound like a character on “Captain Kangaroo.” Give a listen.
Today’s podcast concerns Biden-team attacks on “terrible” Republicans, whether Biden himself was too negative in his “I won” speech earlier this week—and why it is that Democrats have become the enemies of fun. Give a listen.
Eli Lake joins the podcast to talk about his blockbuster COMMENTARY essay “Guilty and Framed.” Also, we ask: Why are talking-head doctors and public health officials telling everybody we’ll all have to keep living this way even after we get the vaccine? Are they crazy? Give a listen.
The podcast raises the prospect that it’s really Joe Biden’s presidency that will be unprecedented—because he’ll be the first president in many decades who won’t become the sun around which all the political planets revolve. Give a listen.
The podcast takes up the question of whether the Right’s refusal to accept Joe Biden’s victory is genuinely revolutionary or more of an enraged howl against systemic media bias—which also has shown its true colors in the attack on one of COMMENTARY’s most valued contributors, Joseph Epstein. Give a listen.
Dan Senor, co-author of Start-Up Nation and host of the new “Post Corona” podcast, joins us today to talk about the electoral college and who intimidated whom (answer: Democrats sought to intimidate Trump electors in 2016) and how the transformative Abraham Accords might be derailed by a Biden administration just as Bibi Netanyahu finds himself in existential trouble as his trial is getting ready to begin. Give a listen.
Tech COMMENTARY columnist James B. Meigs joins us today to discuss his piece, “We’re Living in a New Space Age”—and the launch of the massive rocket yesterday by Elon Musk’s SpaceX that was both a triumph and a disaster. Give a listen.