Jan 19 • 1HR 5M

Biden at One Year

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Host Sarah Isgur is joined by Steve Hayes, Jonah Goldberg, and David French for a weekly thoughtful discussion on politics, policy, and culture.
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A year ago, almost to the day, Joe Biden was sworn in as president of the United States. The gang looks back at a year full of shifts to progressive policies from Biden. Is he living up to his promise of restoring normalcy in America? Plus, Gallup says 2021 saw the greatest shift in party preferences for as long as Gallup has been around. What does that mean for the country and our politics? Finally, are we on the brink of World War III with Russia threatening to go into Ukraine?

Show Notes:

-How Biden’s first year became a tale of two presidencies | POLITICO

-Sen. Jim DeMint on what type of Republicans he preferred

-Sen. Brian Schatz on the filibuster (from November 2017)

-U.S. Political Party Preferences Shifted Greatly During 2021 | Gallup

-The Sweep from May 4 on campaign fundraising

-David Ignatius’ page on The Washington Post website