Politics + Media 101

Justin Higgins and Geoff Browning

From Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna and Jim Clyburn to Republican Rep. Ken Buck. From Ana Kasparian to Erick Erickson and Bill Kristol. DC insider Justin Higgins interviews Washington’s most prominent Members of Congress, newsmakers and analysts, then brings them directly to a live audience for unfiltered questions. It’s the place to hear voices across the political spectrum respond to questions from both insiders and the public. Listen to past episodes, sign up for our mailing list, find out how to join us live, and more at http://www.PM101.live - follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/politicsnmedia

Who Will Be The 2024 GOP Presidential Candidate? David Drucker, The Washington ExaminerInequality in U.S. Education: Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA), Chairman of the House Education and Labor CommitteeGenocide in Xinjiang: Nury TurkelU.S. Gun Policy and Gun Culture in the Age of Mass ShootingsRussian Nuclear Escalation? The Atlantic's Tom NicholsNevada Politics and the 2022 Senate Election: Jon Ralston of The Nevada IndependentCulture Wars and Political Implications of Roe: Washington Examiner’s Tim CarneySouth Korea’s New Leadership and the North Korean Nuclear Threat: Dr. Victor Cha of CSISHouse Republicans, Kevin McCarthy, and the MAGA Wing with The Hill’s Emily BrooksMvemba Phezo Dizolele of CSIS: How Does Africa Fit Into U.S. Strategy?The Future of the Free Press: Isaac Saul, Founder of TangleMichael Smerconish of CNN on Political Media in the Digital EraUS Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC) on Kevin McCarthy and Legalizing MarijuanaThe USSR's Legacy in the Ukraine War: Molly McKewAna Kasparian of The Young Turks: How Can Democrats Win Elections?The Atlantic’s Molly Jong Fast on Democratic Politics, Culture Wars and Winning ElectionsCSIS Experts: How the War in Ukraine Impacts Energy and Food PricesWill Former President Donald Trump Go to Prison? Glenn Kirschner, NBC Legal Analyst and Former AUSAImran Khan and Pakistan's Political Crisis: Michael Kugelman of the Wilson CenterU.S. Congressman Tony Gonzales (R-TX) on Immigration, China, and Representing 800 Miles of US-Mexico Border