It’s the year-end wrap-up on this week’s edition of The Editors. Join Rich, Charlie, David, and Michael as they discuss the best and worst people, politics, and podcast moments of 2018.

The Editors is hosted by Rich Lowry and produced by Sarah Schutte.

Join Rich, Charlie, David, and Michael on today’s Editors for a heated debate over Trump’s decision to pull out of Syria, their breakdown of the Flynn sentencing debacle, and an analysis of the demise of the Weekly Standard.

Editors’ picks:
• Rich: Graham Hillard on church names in the upcoming issue.
• David: Teddy Kupfer on white liberals.
• Charlie: Kyle’s review of Aquaman.
• MBD: Jay Nordlinger’s interview with a Vietnamese pop singer.

Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, Luke, and David discuss the political blowback from last week’s bomb threats and tragic synagogue shooting, debate a potential executive order targeting the 14th Amendment, and lay out all their election predictions ahead of next Tuesday.

Editors’ picks:

David French of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss the resignation of three CNN reporters after the redaction of a deceptive story on a top Trump advisor. They also express frustration over the tactics of Senate Republicans as the debate over the new healthcare bill escalates.Then, they decry the double standard, as it provides little coverage of the FBI’s bank fraud investigation of Bernie Sanders’ wife. And they defend John McEnroe’s controversial comments on NPR that while Serena Williams is the best women’s player of all time, she would struggle greatly on the men’s tour.