January 27th, 2022 | 41 mins 27 secs
arizona, bannon, big coup, big lie, cheney, constitution, cori bush, defund the police, democracy, election workers, jody hice, joe manchin, kinzinger, latinx, marc elias, moderates, morning in america, noncitizen voting, precinct workers, progressives, raffensperger, reagan, state legislators, supreme court, voters
The Democratic establishment needs to wake up. The time is now for democracy's allies to unify and stop the Big Lie from becoming the Big Coup. Third Way's Matt Bennett joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.
January 10th, 2022 | 52 mins 6 secs
american democracy, arkansas, asa hutchinson, biden, constitution, cult, democrats, jan. 6, mandela barnes, midterms, mike rounds, mobs, progressives, ron johnson, senate, south dakota, stalinist, the squad, trump, wisconsin
Sure, former Republicans in the democracy coalition bear some responsibility for where we are today — and Democrats do too. But the only thing that matters now is who's on the side of the Constitution, and who isn't. Tom Nichols joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.
December 21st, 2021 | 58 mins 8 secs
2024, abortion, bbb, biden, bill clinton, constitution, covid, democracy, democratic leadership council, democrats, georgia, jimmy carter, manchin, pandemic, public health, reconciliation, republicans, rigged elections, roe v wade, sam nunn, southern democrats, stacey abrams, state legislators, supreme court, swing voters, west virginia, white house, women voters
The ultimate survival of American democracy is going to come down to the Democrats figuring out how to defeat the party that wants to overturn it. Plus, it's Joe Manchin's way or the highway. New York magazine's Ed Kilgore joins guest host JVL on today's episode.
December 9th, 2021 | 41 mins 58 secs
2020, 2024, affirmative action, arizona, bart gellman, biden, black people, bosnian war, civil war, constitution, democracy, democrats, electoral count act, great replacement theory, hispanics, insurrection, jan. 6, latinos, michigan, muslims, nyfd, pennsylvania, presidential election, serbia, slobodan milošević, state legislatures, supreme court, the atlantic, the bronx, trump supporters, tucker carlson, university of chicago, violence, voters, white people, white population, wisconsin
Trump's official power as president wasn't what got him so close to toppling the 2020 election. It was his ability to convince supporters that black is white, and up is down — and they're preparing for next time. The Atlantic's Bart Gellman joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.
January 26th, 2021 | 58 mins 56 secs
constitution, donald trump, filibuster, impeachment, senate
On today’s Bulwark podcast, Jonathan Chait and James Wallner join Charlie Sykes to talk about the future of the filibuster in a divided Senate, and what the possibilities are in impeachment 2.0.
August 10th, 2020 | 47 mins 9 secs
congress, constitution, coronavirus, covid-19, donald trump, executive authority, executive orders, payroll taxes, republicans, unemployment insurance
On today's Bulwark Podcast, AEI's Adam J. White joins Charlie Sykes to discuss the recent spate of executive orders by President Trump, the politics of tax deferral and brinksmanship, and how they're at odds with Constitutional order.
January 23rd, 2020 | 25 mins 1 sec
chris coons, constitution, delaware, donald trump, impeachment, president trump, senate
On today's Bulwark Podcast, Senator Chris Coons joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
January 20th, 2020 | 34 mins 17 secs
2020, administrative state, constitution, democrats, federalist papers, house, impeachment, primaries, regulation, republicans, senate
On today's Bulwark Podcast, Adam J. White joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss his item on why "President Trump Isn’t the Only One on Trial", a preview of the impeachment trial, and the 2020 elections.
July 5th, 2019 | 25 mins 7 secs
books, constitution, history, kim wehle, law
On today's Bulwark Podcast, contributor Kim Wehle joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss her now book: "How to Read the Constitution—and Why."