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Episode 211: Blasé Bill de Blasio

Rich, Charlie, and Michael discuss the states’ reopening plans, Mayor de Blasio’s tweets about NYC’s Jews, and new developments surrounding Michael Flynn.

Episode 209: The Dignity of Work

Rich, Charlie, and Michael discuss the protests bubbling up around the country, the president’s new declaration about immigration, and much more.

Episode 208: Are We Getting Restless?

Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss new developments concerning the virus’s origins, Americans’ increasing restlessness under lockdown, and much more.

Episode 205: ‘For God and Country’

On today’s special edition of The Editors, Rich is joined by Dr. Ralph Reed to discuss his new book For God and Country: The Christian Case for Trump.

Episode 204: The Big Picture

Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss whether we’ve seen the epidemic’s peak or not, their dislike for international organizations, and whether or not Bernie’s campaign was a failure.

Episode 202: In the Thick of It

Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss the most recent press conference, consider whether U.S. leaders ignored warning signs or not, and give some well-deserved praise to those coming forward to help ...

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How to Avoid a China-Led World Order

As the COVID-19 crisis has unfolded, it has opened our eyes to China’s rapidly expanding role in the international order and global economy. Beijing’s outsize role in the World Health Organization has come under attack, as has the muscular diplomacy used by China’s foreign ministry in responding to ... Read More

How to Avoid a China-Led World Order

As the COVID-19 crisis has unfolded, it has opened our eyes to China’s rapidly expanding role in the international order and global economy. Beijing’s outsize role in the World Health Organization has come under attack, as has the muscular diplomacy used by China’s foreign ministry in responding to ... Read More

How Democrats Lost the White Working Class

. . . and why they're not likely to recapture it: my latest Bloomberg Opinion column. The party’s economic agenda, even on its left wing, increasingly reflects the priorities of its new upper-middle-class supporters. . . . Proposals for free college would primarily benefit students from high-earning ... Read More

How Democrats Lost the White Working Class

. . . and why they're not likely to recapture it: my latest Bloomberg Opinion column. The party’s economic agenda, even on its left wing, increasingly reflects the priorities of its new upper-middle-class supporters. . . . Proposals for free college would primarily benefit students from high-earning ... Read More

Science, Coronavirus, and Notre Dame

A few weeks back, the University of Notre Dame outlined its plan for reopening campus in the fall, detailing the way in which the administration hopes to bring students back to South Bend to resume in-person classes. Like the overwhelming majority of colleges and universities in the U.S., Notre Dame shifted all ... Read More

Science, Coronavirus, and Notre Dame

A few weeks back, the University of Notre Dame outlined its plan for reopening campus in the fall, detailing the way in which the administration hopes to bring students back to South Bend to resume in-person classes. Like the overwhelming majority of colleges and universities in the U.S., Notre Dame shifted all ... Read More

Biden’s Middle-Class Tax Pledge

Biden is pledging not to raise taxes on anyone making less than $400,000 a year. As I note in my Bloomberg Opinion column, Democratic proposals to increase income taxes keep getting narrower in scope. In 1993, President Bill Clinton and a Democratic Congress raised income taxes on households making more than ... Read More

Biden’s Middle-Class Tax Pledge

Biden is pledging not to raise taxes on anyone making less than $400,000 a year. As I note in my Bloomberg Opinion column, Democratic proposals to increase income taxes keep getting narrower in scope. In 1993, President Bill Clinton and a Democratic Congress raised income taxes on households making more than ... Read More