Matthew Yglesias co-founded Vox.com with Ezra Klein and Melissa Bell back in the spring of 2014. He's currently a senior correspondent focused on politics and economic policy, and co-hosts The Weeds podcast twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Before launching Vox, he was the author of the Moneybag column for Slate and before that he wrote and blogged for Think Progress, The Atlantic, TPM, and The American Prospect. Yglesias is the author of two books, most recently "The Rent Is Too Damn High" about the policy origins of the middle class housing affordability crisis in America.
Yglesias was born and raised in New York City, but has lived in Washington DC since graduating college in 2003.
He is author, most recently, one One Billion Americans.
January 18th, 2022 | 46 mins 8 secs
biden, bipartisanship, cable, centrist coalition, centrists, collins, democrats, maine, manchin, moderates, murkowski, new york times editorial page, north carolina, ohio, progressives, republicans, romney, schumer, twitter, voting rights
Why Biden can't have a Kumbaya moment, and tangible things can't get done. Matt Yglesias joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.