On a special guest episode of That Trippi Show, author and director of polling at the Harvard Institute of Politics, John Della Volpe, joins Joe and Alex to discuss one of the most impactful trends in politics -- growing engagement among young voters. What changed in 2018 that John and Joe see continuing through 2022 and beyond? And why John thinks Democrats might be winning the long-term battle for young voters -- and locking in gains for decades. What policies and tactics should campaigns follow to win young voters? (Hint: It's all about the relationships, not the transactions).
Today on The Enemies List, Rick is joined by former Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger. Together, they explore Kinzinger's journey from GOP member to a renegade figure in the party, his involvement in the January 6 hearings, and the insights shared in his book, "Renegade: Defending Democracy and Liberty in Our Divided Country." This conversation offers a compelling glimpse into our tumultuous political landscape and its implications.
Joe and Alex recap a big week for Democrats - and for Joe Biden. Ohio, Virginia, and Kentucky all make it clear: when voters see MAGA coming for their rights... it doesn't turn out very well for MAGA. Pour one out for Glenn Youngkin's presidential aspirations. Why Joe sees big things for Andy Beshear. Plus: Yeah, they do talk about *that* poll. And the latest debate -- and second place in Iowa is going to matter even more now.
This week on The Enemies List, Rick Wilson is joined by Tom Nichols. Tom is a staff writer for The Atlantic, as well as a former professor. Together, they discuss the immaturity of most billionaires, why American colleges and universities feel the need to have corporate takes on controversial world events, what the faces of the Republican Party are keeping from the people, and more.