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Best podcasts about james hohmann

Latest podcast episodes about james hohmann

The Bulwark Podcast
James Hohmann: The Dems' Squad Fatigue

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 46:40 Very Popular


Four years after AOC's surprise win, the pendulum is swinging back to moderates, turnout in the midterms may be historic, and both sides underestimated the effect of overturning Roe. Plus, Biden's cave on student loans. James Hohmann joins Charlie Sykes today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

KGO 810 Podcast
Guest Host Chris Merrill - Chesa Boudin's recall may signal a loss of trust in the Democratic party

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:16


Political analysts everywhere are trying to put their spin on San Francisco politics now that District Attorney Chesa Boudin has been recalled, and the Morning Show with Guest Host Chris Merrill speaks with the Washington Post's James Hohmann about who will be in the crosshairs next as a scapegoat for high crime rates. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast
Guest Host Chris Merrill - Chesa Boudin's recall may signal a loss of trust in the Democratic party

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:16


Political analysts everywhere are trying to put their spin on San Francisco politics now that District Attorney Chesa Boudin has been recalled, and the Morning Show with Guest Host Chris Merrill speaks with the Washington Post's James Hohmann about who will be in the crosshairs next as a scapegoat for high crime rates. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chad Hartman
James Hohmann on the SF recall election

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 15:35


San Francisco voters recalled their DA. What does that portend for Democrats and their crime and justice initiatives? James Hohmann from the Washington Post is a regular guest and joined Adam to opine.

880 Extras
Big recall in San Francisco

880 Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 3:19


James Hohmann, The Washington Post

The Bulwark Podcast
James Hohmann: Time for an Emmett Till Moment?

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 52:24 Very Popular


We couldn't understand the Holocaust without pictures — is it time to see what an AR-15 actually does to the human body, especially children? Plus, average people will have to step up to save democracy. James Hohmann joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Please, Go On with James Hohmann
Marco Rubio thinks China is complicit in Russia's war on Ukraine

Please, Go On with James Hohmann

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 30:40


Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) joins James Hohmann for a conversation about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the threat posed by China.Read Sen. Rubio's op-ed.Listen to his speech at the Heritage Foundation.

Please, Go On with James Hohmann
Adam Schiff on threats both global and domestic

Please, Go On with James Hohmann

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 27:04


As Russia intensifies its invasion of Ukraine, James Hohmann sits down with the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to discuss the U.S. response, and what's next in the Jan. 6 inquiry.

Please, Go On with James Hohmann
A Ukrainian responds to Russia's attack

Please, Go On with James Hohmann

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 28:16


As Russia attacked her country, Ukrainian journalist Olga Tokariuk spoke with James Hohmann about the long struggle for an independent Ukraine. Read Olga Tokariuk's op-ed.

Post Reports
Dr. Wen's advice for the holidays

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 22:29


Omicron is now the most prevalent variant of the coronavirus in the country. But public health expert and emergency physician Leana Wen says that with a three-pronged approach — testing, vaccines and masks — we can still celebrate the holidays.Read more:Once again, America is looking down the barrel of a winter surge of the coronavirus, thanks to the highly transmissible omicron variant. Houston Methodist Hospital, which has been sequencing genomes since the beginning of the pandemic, says that in a week, omicron spread as rapidly as the delta variant did in three months.But emergency physician Leana Wen says this isn't a time for despair: “Despite these staggering numbers, I don't think vaccinated people should have to cancel their plans for Christmas, New Year's Eve and other holidays.” Wen joined James Hohmann on his opinion podcast “Please, Go On” to talk about how we can use the tools we've developed to keep omicron at bay this holiday season.

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
40 years later, is this the end of Reaganomics? (rerun)

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 33:54


Hey smarties! We're on a break for the holidays and revisiting some favorite episodes from 2021. We want to say a big thank-you for being part of the “Make Me Smart” family this year — every voicemail, question and donation made a huge difference. None of us is as smart as all of us, and we couldn't do this show without you. There's still time to help Marketplace reach its end-of-year fundraising goal. If you can, please donate here. Thanks, happy holidays and we'll see you in the new year. It's been just over 40 years since newly elected President Ronald Reagan declared, “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem.” We're about 39 years and four months away from the legislative manifestation of that idea, the Economic Recovery Tax Act, which codified “Reaganomics,” supply-side economics, trickle-down economics, whatever you want to call it. All these decades later, we're still talking a lot about this policy because Reagan was so good at promoting it. People could understand the metaphor of government spending as a household budget in need of a cutback, said Brown University political economist Mark Blyth. “That rather ignores the fact that I don't get to issue my own currency, there's no such thing as a Kai Ryssdal bond market,” Blyth said. “But because all that stuff accords with common sense, it's an easy sell.” Now we're in a new financial crisis, with plenty of data on the “trickle-up” consequences of trickle-down and a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill. Reagan had “Morning in America,” Joe Biden has “Infrastructure Week.” On today's show, we'll talk with Blyth about how Reaganomics was supposed to work, its ripple effects on Democrats and whether the era of “The era of big government is over” is … over. Later in the show, we'll track more big firms getting rid of their offices, wade into crypto just a bit and learn about code breaker Elizebeth Smith Friedman. Plus, a correction from a 2-year-old listener. Here are links to everything we talked about on the show today: “Bidenomics beats Reaganomics and I should know – I saw Clintonomics fail” from previous Marketplace contributor Robert Reich in the Guardian “2020 Was the Year Reaganism Died” by Paul Krugman in The New York Times “Biden is planning for a Great Society 2.0” by James Hohmann in The Washington Post “JPMorgan, Salesforce Join Growing List of Firms Dumping Office Space” from The Wall Street Journal “US 10-year Treasury yield hits highest level since January last year” from Financial Times “PayPal launches crypto checkout service” from Reuters “Visa moves to allow payment settlements using cryptocurrency” also from Reuters “How America's ‘First Female Cryptanalyst' Cracked the Code of Nazi Spies in World War II—and Never Lived to See the Credit” from Time magazine Finally, listen to Molly's interview with Make Me Smart Question answerer Aniyia Williams.

Marketplace All-in-One
40 years later, is this the end of Reaganomics? (rerun)

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 33:54


Hey smarties! We're on a break for the holidays and revisiting some favorite episodes from 2021. We want to say a big thank-you for being part of the “Make Me Smart” family this year — every voicemail, question and donation made a huge difference. None of us is as smart as all of us, and we couldn't do this show without you. There's still time to help Marketplace reach its end-of-year fundraising goal. If you can, please donate here. Thanks, happy holidays and we'll see you in the new year. It's been just over 40 years since newly elected President Ronald Reagan declared, “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem.” We're about 39 years and four months away from the legislative manifestation of that idea, the Economic Recovery Tax Act, which codified “Reaganomics,” supply-side economics, trickle-down economics, whatever you want to call it. All these decades later, we're still talking a lot about this policy because Reagan was so good at promoting it. People could understand the metaphor of government spending as a household budget in need of a cutback, said Brown University political economist Mark Blyth. “That rather ignores the fact that I don't get to issue my own currency, there's no such thing as a Kai Ryssdal bond market,” Blyth said. “But because all that stuff accords with common sense, it's an easy sell.” Now we're in a new financial crisis, with plenty of data on the “trickle-up” consequences of trickle-down and a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill. Reagan had “Morning in America,” Joe Biden has “Infrastructure Week.” On today's show, we'll talk with Blyth about how Reaganomics was supposed to work, its ripple effects on Democrats and whether the era of “The era of big government is over” is … over. Later in the show, we'll track more big firms getting rid of their offices, wade into crypto just a bit and learn about code breaker Elizebeth Smith Friedman. Plus, a correction from a 2-year-old listener. Here are links to everything we talked about on the show today: “Bidenomics beats Reaganomics and I should know – I saw Clintonomics fail” from previous Marketplace contributor Robert Reich in the Guardian “2020 Was the Year Reaganism Died” by Paul Krugman in The New York Times “Biden is planning for a Great Society 2.0” by James Hohmann in The Washington Post “JPMorgan, Salesforce Join Growing List of Firms Dumping Office Space” from The Wall Street Journal “US 10-year Treasury yield hits highest level since January last year” from Financial Times “PayPal launches crypto checkout service” from Reuters “Visa moves to allow payment settlements using cryptocurrency” also from Reuters “How America's ‘First Female Cryptanalyst' Cracked the Code of Nazi Spies in World War II—and Never Lived to See the Credit” from Time magazine Finally, listen to Molly's interview with Make Me Smart Question answerer Aniyia Williams.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
October 21, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 41:50


Today's guests: Former Missouri Senator Jim talent. Dr. Michael Oren, former Israeli deputy prime minister for diplomacy. James Hohmann, columnist, Washington Post. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
September 9th, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 60:07


Today's guests: Tevi Troy, senior fellow, Bipartisan Policy Center, Fmr. Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services. Former Missouri Senator Jim Talent. Michael Shear, New York Times White House correspondent. James Hohmann, Washington Post opinion columnist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bulwark Podcast
James Hohmann on the Dangers of a Rogue Military

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 46:56


On today's podcast, the Washington Post's James Hohmann joins host Charlie Sykes to talk about the pro-life movement's Catastrophic Victory; the dangerous strain of thought in the military about civilian control; and Joe Biden's empathy problem. Special Guest: James Hohmann.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
June 24th, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 54:05


Today's guests: Senator Steve Daines from Montana. Rep. Jim Banks, Congressman from Indiana-03. Governor Asa Hutchinson from Arkansas. Former Missouri Senator Jim Talent. James Hohmann, opinion columnist, The Washington Post. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Post Reports
The joys and struggle of Juneteenth

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 22:00


Historian Annette Gordon-Reed discusses the meaning and history behind Juneteenth, the holiday that has come to symbolize the end of slavery in the United States.Read more:Juneteenth is officially a national holiday. This week, Congress rushed to pass a bill officially recognizing June 19, commemorating the day in 1865 when enslaved people in Texas were finally informed that they had been freed two years earlier by the Emancipation Proclamation. Historian Annette Gordon-Reed grew up celebrating Juneteenth with her family and community in Texas. While the holiday started in the Lone Star state in 1866, it has grown in scope and prominence with celebrations across the country. In this episode, we talk with Gordon-Reed about her experience growing up in Texas, Black Americans' lives during and after slavery, and the growing significance behind this historic holiday. Gordon-Reed is the author of a new book, “On Juneteenth.” We also recommend you check out a new podcast at The Post called “Please, Go On.” It's hosted by James Hohmann from the Opinions desk. This week on the show, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says the federal government needs to step in to protect voting rights. Listen to the episode here.If you value the journalism you hear in this podcast, please subscribe to The Washington Post. We have a deal for our listeners: one year of unlimited access to everything The Post publishes for just $29. To sign up, go towashingtonpost.com/subscribe.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
June 16th, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 59:11


Today's guests: Rep. Mike Gallagher, Congressman from Wisconsin. Jonathan Adler, Case Western Review law professor. Stephen Vladeck, University of Texas Law professor. Brian Wesbury, senior economist, First Trust Portfolios. James Hohmann, Washington Post, columnist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Post Reports
Introducing ‘Please, Go On'

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 27:06


An introduction to The Post's new opinion podcast: “Please, Go On,” with columnist James Hohmann and his first guest, Vice President Harris. And, cartoonist Alison Bechdel shares the secret to superhuman strength.Read more:The Post's new opinion podcast launches today: “Please, Go On,” with host James Hohmann. In the first episode, James talks to Vice President Harris about the exodus of women from the workforce during the pandemic. This week we're kicking off our Summer Fridays series, where we'll explore arts and culture and topics beyond the news. For the first installment, we talk to cartoonist Alison Bechdel about her new book “The Secret to Superhuman Strength,” which explores her lifelong love affair with fitness — and how she realized that superhuman strength isn't really about muscles at all.Subscribe to The Washington Post: https://postreports.com/offer

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Please, Go On: VP Kamala Harris on women in the workplace

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 19:25


In the inaugural edition of "Please, Go On," Post columnist James Hohmann speaks with Vice President Harris about the exodus of women from the workforce during the pandemic.

Please, Go On with James Hohmann
VP Kamala Harris on women in the workplace

Please, Go On with James Hohmann

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 19:25


In the inaugural edition of "Please, Go On," Post columnist James Hohmann speaks with Vice President Harris about the exodus of women from the workforce during the pandemic.Read Harris's op-ed here.

Deep State Radio
Is There a Future for the Democratic Party?

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 42:04


With Republicans variously arguing that vaccines make people magnetic and that the Forest Service should be able to reroute the Moon's orbit, you'd think the party would be headed for a bad end. Add in the corruption and the traitors and the insurrections and it is baffling there still is a GOP. Yet, that said, many observers are predicting the GOP will win the House and Senate in next year's midterm elections. If that happens, you can expect columns the morning after asking whether the party that stood up for truth and the rule of law has a future. We discuss this and what the Dems should do about it with James Hohmann of the Washington Post, Dr, Kavita Patel of the Brookings Institution and the Obama White House and Ryan Goodman of NYU Law School and "Just Security." Don't miss this. Although you may want an adult beverage at hand while you listen. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Deep State Radio
Is There a Future for the Democratic Party?

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 42:04


With Republicans variously arguing that vaccines make people magnetic and that the Forest Service should be able to reroute the Moon's orbit, you'd think the party would be headed for a bad end. Add in the corruption and the traitors and the insurrections and it is baffling there still is a GOP. Yet, that said, many observers are predicting the GOP will win the House and Senate in next year's midterm elections. If that happens, you can expect columns the morning after asking whether the party that stood up for truth and the rule of law has a future. We discuss this and what the Dems should do about it with James Hohmann of the Washington Post, Dr, Kavita Patel of the Brookings Institution and the Obama White House and Ryan Goodman of NYU Law School and "Just Security." Don't miss this. Although you may want an adult beverage at hand while you listen. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Bulwark Podcast
James Hohmann on the Insurrection in Plain Sight

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 46:18


On today's Bulwark Podcast, James Hohmann joins Charlie Sykes to discuss his article on how the insurrection was hiding in plain sight, the Biden vaccine Rorschach test, and Joe Manchin and the future of the filibuster. Special Guest: James Hohmann.

Profiles in Public Service
A Conversation with Democracy's Caretakers

Profiles in Public Service

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 61:08


Washington Post columnist James Hohmann talks to Dr. Fiona Hill, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, and former Ambassadors to Ukraine William B. Taylor and Marie Yovanovitch about why young people should go into public service, the importance of the career workforce and the state of our democratic institutions. Then, hosts Loren DeJonge Schulman and Rachel Klein-Kircher offer their perspectives on the discussion. This conversation was hosted by the Partnership for Public Service on May 6, 2021, as part of Public Service Recognition Week. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Introducing ‘Please, Go On’

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 1:47


Washington Post columnist James Hohmann sits down with the author of a compelling op-ed from The Post’s Opinions section. “Please, Go On” features marquee names and everyday people with original perspectives. New episodes Fridays. Launching June 11.

Please, Go On with James Hohmann
Introducing ‘Please, Go On'

Please, Go On with James Hohmann

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 1:46


Washington Post columnist James Hohmann sits down with the author of a compelling op-ed from The Post's Opinions section. “Please, Go On” features marquee names and everyday people with original perspectives. New episodes Fridays. Launching June 11.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
May 20th, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 63:55


Today's guests: Fmr. Senator Jim Talent from Missouri. Dr. Michael Oren, former Israeli deputy prime minister for diplomacy. Eliana Johnson, editor-in-chief, Washington Free Beacon. Sean Parnell, PA Senatorial candidate. Peter Baker, New York Times Chief White House correspondent. James Hohmann, National Political correspondent, Washington Post.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
May 7th, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 55:26


Today's guests: Salena Zito, columnist, Washington Examiner. Sonny Bunch, movie critic, The Bulwark. James Hohmann, columnist, Washington Post. Tarzana Joe, poet laureate, TarzanaJoe@Reagan.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
April 29th, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 65:14


Today's guests: North Carolina Lt. Governor Mark Robinson. Montana Senator Steve Daines. Dr. Michael Oren, former Israeli deputy prime minister for diplomacy. James Hohmann, columnist, Washington Post. Comfortably Smug and Josh Holmes, Ruthless podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
April 22nd, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 63:22


Today's Guests: Rep. Tom Emmer, Congressman from MN-6. Fmr. Missouri Senator Jim Talent. Jerry Hendrix, V.P. of the Telemus Group, retired U.S. Navy captain. James Hohmann, columnist, Washington Post. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
April 12th, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 76:01


Today's Guests: Salena Zito, columnist, New York Post/Washington Examiner. Jake Sherman, co-founder, Punchbowl News. Glenn Youngkin, candidate for Governor of Virginia. James Hohmann, columnist for The Washington Post. Karl Rove, former Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
40 years later, is this the end of Reaganomics?

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 32:50


It’s been 40 years since President Ronald Reagan said, “Government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem.” Now we’re in a new crisis, with plenty of data on the “trickle-up” consequences of trickle-down economics and a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill. Reagan had “Morning in America,” Joe Biden has “Infrastructure Week.” On today’s show, we’ll talk with political economist Mark Blyth about how Reaganomics was supposed to work, its ripple effects on Democrats and whether the era of “the era of big government is over” is … over. Here are links to everything we talked about on the show today: “Bidenomics beats Reaganomics and I should know – I saw Clintonomics fail” from previous Marketplace contributor Robert Reich in the Guardian “2020 Was the Year Reaganism Died” by Paul Krugman in The New York Times “Biden is planning for a Great Society 2.0” by James Hohmann in the Washington Post “JPMorgan, Salesforce Join Growing List of Firms Dumping Office Space” from The Wall Street Journal “US 10-year Treasury yield hits highest level since January last year” from Financial Times “PayPal launches crypto checkout service” from Reuters “Visa moves to allow payment settlements using cryptocurrency” also from Reuters “How America’s ‘First Female Cryptanalyst’ Cracked the Code of Nazi Spies in World War II—and Never Lived to See the Credit” from Time magazine Finally, listen to Molly’s interview with Make Me Smart Question answerer Aniyia Williams.

Marketplace All-in-One
40 years later, is this the end of Reaganomics?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 32:50


It’s been 40 years since President Ronald Reagan said, “Government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem.” Now we’re in a new crisis, with plenty of data on the “trickle-up” consequences of trickle-down economics and a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill. Reagan had “Morning in America,” Joe Biden has “Infrastructure Week.” On today’s show, we’ll talk with political economist Mark Blyth about how Reaganomics was supposed to work, its ripple effects on Democrats and whether the era of “the era of big government is over” is … over. Here are links to everything we talked about on the show today: “Bidenomics beats Reaganomics and I should know – I saw Clintonomics fail” from previous Marketplace contributor Robert Reich in the Guardian “2020 Was the Year Reaganism Died” by Paul Krugman in The New York Times “Biden is planning for a Great Society 2.0” by James Hohmann in the Washington Post “JPMorgan, Salesforce Join Growing List of Firms Dumping Office Space” from The Wall Street Journal “US 10-year Treasury yield hits highest level since January last year” from Financial Times “PayPal launches crypto checkout service” from Reuters “Visa moves to allow payment settlements using cryptocurrency” also from Reuters “How America’s ‘First Female Cryptanalyst’ Cracked the Code of Nazi Spies in World War II—and Never Lived to See the Credit” from Time magazine Finally, listen to Molly’s interview with Make Me Smart Question answerer Aniyia Williams.

Roy Green Show
Washington Post columnist James Hohmann on NY gov. Cuomo's investigations by FBI and NY AG

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2021 7:29


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The Bulwark Podcast
James Hohmann on Why the GOP is Back on the Juice

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 49:30


On today’s Bulwark podcast, James Hohmann of the _Washington Post _joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss why the GOP can’t quit Trump, the Biden confirmations, and how President Biden will govern with a razor-thin majority. Special Guest: James Hohmann.

Humphrey School Programs
A Conversation with Washington Post Reporter James Hohmann

Humphrey School Programs

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 63:16


James Hohmann joins us the day before Joe Biden's inauguration to preview its organization and significance. Drawing on his experiences in Washington, he also discusses Donald Trump's likely impact on the Biden administration and Republican Party and previews the new president's prospects to advance his policy agenda.

Sound On
Rep. Don Beyer, Stimulus, Vaccine Approval, China Spy

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 60:11


Guests: Bill Faries, Bloomberg National Security Editor, Eric Weiner, Bloomberg Markets Live Team Leader, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, Greta Van Susteren, Chief National Political Analyst for Gray Media and Host of Full Court Press with Greta Van Susteren, and Rep. Don Beyer, a Democrat representing of Virginia's 8th District.

Sound On
Rep. Don Beyer, Stimulus, Vaccine Approval, China Spy

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 60:11


Guests: Bill Faries, Bloomberg National Security Editor, Eric Weiner, Bloomberg Markets Live Team Leader, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, Greta Van Susteren, Chief National Political Analyst for Gray Media and Host of Full Court Press with Greta Van Susteren, and Rep. Don Beyer, a Democrat representing of Virginia's 8th District.

Diane Rehm: On My Mind
The 2020 Presidential Campaign Enters Its Final Days

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 45:30


Diane talks with James Hohmann, national political correspondent for the Washington Post and author of the "Daily 202" newsletter.

In House Warrior
Special Report: James Hohmann of The Washington Post on the Supreme Court

In House Warrior

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 33:21


Special Report: James Hohmann of The Washington Post joins host Richard Levick for an in-depth look at the fight to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Chad Hartman
James Hohmann from the Washington Post on the RNC

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2020 12:23


Washington Post National Political Correspondent - and MN native - James Hohmann joined us to talk about the RNC, it's tone, it's volume and what the President hopes to accomplish. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Sound On
Analysis of Biden VP Pick Kamala Harris

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2020 53:50


Guests: Josh Wingrove, Bloomberg White House reporter, Jeanne Zaino, Bloomberg Politics Contributor and Iona College Professor, Kevin Walling, Democratic Strategist at HG Creative media, Rick Davis, Partner at Stone Court Capital, former campaign manager for John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign and Bloomberg Contributor, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, Al Mottur, Democratic Strategist and Partner at Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber & Schreck, Boyd Matheson, former Chief of Staff for Senator Mike Lee, and Opinion editor at the Deseret News, and Max Burns, Democratic Strategist. 

Sound On
Analysis of Biden VP Pick Kamala Harris

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2020 53:50


Guests: Josh Wingrove, Bloomberg White House reporter, Jeanne Zaino, Bloomberg Politics Contributor and Iona College Professor, Kevin Walling, Democratic Strategist at HG Creative media, Rick Davis, Partner at Stone Court Capital, former campaign manager for John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign and Bloomberg Contributor, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, Al Mottur, Democratic Strategist and Partner at Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber & Schreck, Boyd Matheson, former Chief of Staff for Senator Mike Lee, and Opinion editor at the Deseret News, and Max Burns, Democratic Strategist. 

Matt Lewis and the News
James Hohmann on Rubio’s ‘Common Good’ Conservatism, Police Abuse Videos, and Faith

Matt Lewis and the News

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2020 47:48


James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for the Washington Post, and author of the "Daily 202" newsletter, talks about Marco Rubio's evolution to "common good" conservatism, the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and how faith informs his work.

Sound On
Super Tuesday, 2020, Fed Emergency Rate Cut

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2020 38:45


Guest panel: Louise Schiavone, Journalist and Senior Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202. Kevin also talked about the decision by the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates by half a percentage point in the first such emergency move since the 2008 financial crisis with David Berson, Chief Economist at Nationwide.

Sound On
Super Tuesday, 2020, Fed Emergency Rate Cut

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2020 38:45


Guest panel: Louise Schiavone, Journalist and Senior Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202. Kevin also talked about the decision by the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates by half a percentage point in the first such emergency move since the 2008 financial crisis with David Berson, Chief Economist at Nationwide.

Sound On
Impeachment Trial, Sen. Warner on Huawei's 5G

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2020 38:27


Reporter Panel: Anna Edgerton, Bloomberg Politics Editor, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, David Mark, deputy news editor at the Washington Examiner. Kevin also spoke with Virginia Democrat Senator Mark Warner aboutcountering Huawei Technologies 5G plans and the next steps in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

Sound On
Impeachment Trial, Sen. Warner on Huawei's 5G

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2020 38:27


Reporter Panel: Anna Edgerton, Bloomberg Politics Editor, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, David Mark, deputy news editor at the Washington Examiner. Kevin also spoke with Virginia Democrat Senator Mark Warner aboutcountering Huawei Technologies 5G plans and the next steps in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press
The war of corrosive ideologies: James Hohmann, Julia Ioffe and David Brody

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2019 33:08


As the House Judiciary holds its first impeachment hearing, partisanship takes center stage. Meanwhile, the 2020 Democrats have lost a few players. How will the latest billionaire wildcard shake up the race?

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press
The war of corrosive ideologies: James Hohmann, Julia Ioffe and David Brody

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2019 33:08


The Bulwark Podcast
James Hohmann on the Betrayal of the Kurds

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2019 38:27


On today's Bulwark Podcast, James Hohmann of the Washington Post joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss the latest with the impeachment inquiry, President Trump's curious view of Article II powers, the reemergence of Trey Gowdy, and the latest with Syria, Turkey, and the Kurds. Special Guest: James Hohmann.

Sound On
Latest on Trump Impeachment Inquiry

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2019 37:02


Kevin spoke with James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202 and Anna Edgerton, Bloomberg News Politics Editor. They discussed President Trump's impeachment inquiry and how it effects the 2020 elections.

Sound On
Latest on Trump Impeachment Inquiry

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2019 37:02


Kevin spoke with James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202 and Anna Edgerton, Bloomberg News Politics Editor. They discussed President Trump's impeachment inquiry and how it effects the 2020 elections.

Sound On
Bernie Sanders 2020 Campaign Policies, Israel Boycott

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2019 36:02


Guests include Jeff Weaver, Senior adviser to Bernie Sanders' 2020 Presidential Campaign, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, and Hagar Chemali, CEO of Greenwich Media Strategies and former Treasury spokesperson for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence.

Sound On
Bernie Sanders 2020 Campaign Policies, Israel Boycott

Sound On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2019 36:02


Guests include Jeff Weaver, Senior adviser to Bernie Sanders' 2020 Presidential Campaign, James Hohmann, National Political Correspondent for The Washington Post and Author of The Daily 202, and Hagar Chemali, CEO of Greenwich Media Strategies and former Treasury spokesperson for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence.

The Bulwark Podcast
James Hohmann on Post-Trump Populism

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2019 38:41


On today's Bulwark podcast, James Hohmann of the Washington Post joins Charlie Sykes to talk about how Senators Marco Rubio and Josh Hawley are positioning themselves for a post-Trump populist GOP, plus a look at the constantly changing litmus tests facing the ever-growing 2020 Democratic primary field. Special Guest: James Hohmann.

The Federalist Radio Hour
The Green New Deal, Virginia Democrats, And Decline Of Davos

The Federalist Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2019 49:00


James Hohmann, national political reporter at the Washington Post, joins Ben to discuss a heavy news week including Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal, the future of the Democratic Party in Virginia, and the billionaires at Davos.

Politics with Amy Walter
The Art of the Political Apology

Politics with Amy Walter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2019 36:49


Like it or not, the race for 2020 has begun. Day by day the democratic field grows, with more and more presidential hopefuls throwing their hats into the ring. It’s a well-worn script. But there’s something else noticeably different this time around, the candidates are apologizing for past policy positions. This week on Politics with Amy Walter, the art of the political apology, who offers them, what makes them work and what happens when they fall flat.  We start with James Hohmann of The Washington Post who was one of the first to notice that many of the Democratic presidential candidates are starting out their races with apologies.  Stephanie Cutter is a Democratic strategist who worked on President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign. She too has noticed all the apologies coming from the Democratic presidential candidates this election cycle. Ron Bonjean is a Republican strategist. He has been a spokesperson for former Senate Republican Leader Trent Lott, and for former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert. His take is more critical of these apologies.  Marjorie Ingall is a writer and one of the founders of Sorry Watch, a site that analyzes public apologies. Of course, the other big story is the government shutdown. At this point, it’s hard to know if voters will care about it in 2020, or if anyone will take the blame and offer an apology. Amy spoke to two freshmen Democrats - from districts that flipped red to blue - about what they’ve been hearing. Congressman Antonio Delgado represents New York’s 19th congressional district and Congressman Jared Golden, represents Maine's 2nd congressional district. Both Golden and Delgado spoke of the need for Democrats and Republicans to find common ground. Amy's Final Take: Here’s my take on the raft of political apologies we’ve been hearing from 2020 Democrats. Democratic candidates running to catch up with where they think their base is. The most important question, of course, is how voters will respond. Do they punish those who strayed and reward the candidate who has been the most ideologically consistent? Or are they willing to forgive and move on? Trump was all over the map on policies and positions. That obviously didn’t prevent him from winning the nomination. As one Democratic strategist told me: Americans don’t care if you flip as long as you flip in their direction. Here’s the other thing. Voters are smart. And, perceptive. They don’t have the time to build elaborate spreadsheets that track candidate voting records and changes in policy positions. They mostly go with their gut. And, their heart. They can smell insincerity and calculation.

Crossing Lines with Lanhee Chen
2. A Pollster, A Journo, and Why We Can’t Just Get Along

Crossing Lines with Lanhee Chen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2018 70:04


In this episode, Lanhee recaps the midterm elections and talks about how Republicans should address health care reform going forward. His guests are James Hohmann, a reporter at the Washington Post, who provides his reflections and analysis of the results of the midterm elections, and Neil Newhouse, Republican pollster and partner at Public Opinion Strategies, […]Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/crossing-lines/a-pollster-a-journo-and-why-we-cant-just-get-along/.Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve been missing: https://ricochet.com/membership/.Subscribe to Crossing Lines with Lanhee Chen in Apple Podcasts (and leave a 5-star review, please!), or by RSS feed. For all our podcasts in one place, subscribe to the Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed in Apple Podcasts or by RSS feed.

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press
Daily 202's James Hohmann top election trends to watch

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2018 30:37


The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press
Daily 202's James Hohmann top election trends to watch

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2018 30:36


James Hohmann, author of the Washington Post's Daily 202 newsletter, joins Chuck to talk about how news coverage is changing, what to look for in the midterms, and why Minnesota hasn't gone red yet.

Money Talking
How Trump's Economic Policies Are Playing Out

Money Talking

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2018 8:30


President Trump has been in office for a nearly year and a half and in that time, he has pushed through several new economic policies, while proposing many others: Ongoing negotiations with China, massive changes to the tax code, a big move on sanctions on Iran and a scaling back of guest worker visas — all moves affecting business large and small. But as primary elections get underway ahead of the 2018 elections this fall, how are Trump's policies likely to influence people's decisions in voting booth? This week on Money Talking, Charlie Herman talks about these issues with James Hohmann, national political correspondent for the Washington Post, who wrote recently about some of Trump’s key policies and its effect on voters.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Sept. 4

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2017 3:40


National reporter Elise Viebeck fills in for James Hohmann.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Sept. 1

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2017 3:38


National reporter Elise Viebeck fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 31

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2017 3:35


National reporter Elise Viebeck fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 30

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2017 3:16


National reporter Elise Viebeck fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 29

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2017 2:44


National reporter Elise Viebeck fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 28

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2017 3:14


National reporter Elise Viebeck fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 11

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2017 3:18


Kelsey Snell fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 10

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2017 2:42


Kelsey Snell fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 9

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2017 2:03


Kelsey Snell fills in for James Hohmann with today's political headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 8

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2017 3:39


Allison Michaels fills in for James Hohmann with today's politics headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Headlines for Aug. 7

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2017 2:40


Allison Michaels fills in for James Hohmann with today's politics headlines.

The Daily 202's Big Idea
Introducing 'The Daily 202's Big Idea'

The Daily 202's Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2017 0:48


National political correspondent James Hohmann's email newsletter The Daily 202 debuts in audio on July 10. Listen to a preview and subscribe now by going to washingtonpost.com/bigidea.

Smarter Politics
S1 EP 17: The Future of the Democrat Party and Polarization in the Colorado Statehouse

Smarter Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2017 57:28


In this episode we continue our discussion of the anti-Trump movement by taking a look at Elizabeth Warren’s potential impact on the 2018 Midterm elections around the country. We then move on to a discussion of the current polarization in the Colorado statehouse, whether it is simply the “new normal” given the state of our political parties and to what extent it can be attributed to President Trump’s actions. Segment 1: Elizabeth Warren, The Race for DNC Chairmanship and the Future of the Democrat Party Much has been made about Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s use of Senate rules to prevent Senator Elizabeth Warren from reading a letter written by Coretta Scott King during the debate over the nomination of Jeff Sessions for Attorney General. The move has been described as a terrible blunder and as carefully planned strategy, and everything in between. Which side you fall on depends upon how you view Senator Warren – is she a champion of progressive values who shows the way to future Democratic success, or does she symbolize how far left the national Democratic Party has become, which hurts the chances of the 10 Senate Democrats who are up for re-election next year in states where President Trump won? This all feeds into the discussion we had last week about the Women’s March and the Tea Party, and it’s important to remember that all this anti-Trump energy does not automatically translate to Democratic success. It still matters where in the country the Democrats are trying to win elections. Dan McLaughlin has a useful breakdown of the 2018 Senate Races here at National Review. Clearly, Democratic senators are up for re-election in states that will be incredibly tough: West Virginia, North Dakota, Montana, Indiana and Missouri are all states were Trump received 60% or more of the two-party vote for President. Whoever prevails in the race for DNC Chair will also presumably play a large role in determining the party’s success next year. James Hohmann at the Washington Post has some great reporting about the race for DNC Chair, and he highlights the fact that the candidates all give a similar explanation for why Hillary Clinton lost: She talked too much about Trump. Yet, as Hohmann points out: “Ironically, every person who complained about how the party was too focused on attacking Trump in 2016 also tried to out-do the other candidates in promising to go after the new president. Ellison called Trump “the most misogynistic person to ever become president.” Perez called him “the most dangerous and destructive person to ever hold the presidency.” Buttigieg described the new commander in chief as “a chicken-hawk.” Most of the DNC Candidates also highlight the need for a 50-state strategy – basically, strengthening local and state parties across the country from the ground up. What they don’t acknowledge is that the party’s move to the left makes this more difficult. Quite simply, the voters who Democrats need to reach in red states and most swing states are not going to respond to this kind of reflexive, anti-Trump sentiment. They are going to view it as either exaggerated or inconsequential. They care far more about kitchen-table economic issues, and they are not going to be animated by the same issue set that concerns the liberal base (immigration, women’s and minority rights, etc…) Segment 2: Polarization in the Colorado State House In Monday’s Denver Post, Brian Eason and John Frank write that anti-Trump sentiment is influencing the Colorado legislative session, as Democrats face pressure to push back against Donald Trump. House Democrats introduced a resolution urging Trump and Congress to rescind his executive order restricting travel from 7 majority-Muslim nations, and a second resolution defending women’s reproductive rights and health care. Both drew criticism from House Republicans as purely political moves that undermine the possibility for bipartisanship and cooperation. At the same time, Republican Rep. Dave Williams introduced a bill targeting sanctuary cities, and House Republicans have also introduced three abortion-related bills, which were all rejected along party lines. The danger for both parties in all this political posturing is that middle voters will witness the back-and-forth arguing over President Trump’s policies and it will just further convince them that legislators are incapable of working together to solve the issues that they care about. Still, it’s important to remember that this kind of polarization is not exactly new. There have always been contentious debates during the legislative session. But if the battle between support for and opposition of Donald Trump’s agenda overshadows the real bi-partisan work that needs to be done on transportation and education, it’s unclear who exactly stands to benefit.

The Armstrong and Getty Show (Bingo)
More analysis of last night's debate; Hank Williams Jr. on The View; Women who date fat, rich men

The Armstrong and Getty Show (Bingo)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2011


8 AM - Politico's James Hohmann talks about last night's debate with us; Bocephus went on The View and quoted Harry Truman; NYC chick is giving birth at an art gallery; Chicks who date fat, rich guys.