In an age when saying the wrong thing in a Twitter post could leave you ghosted by onetime friends—or worse—we find our country torn apart at the political seams. But things don’t need to be this way. Constructive social discourse is not dead, it just needs a little resuscitation. From CurtCo Media.
Consider Meet Me in the Middle your political rehab. Each week, Ed Larson (Pulitzer Prize winning historian, author, and world-wide lecturer) invites guests from across the ideological spectrum—including politicians, activists, and celebrities—to sit down, discuss the issues, and if not find consensus, at least find common ground. So bring an open mind and remember, we’re more alike than different.
64 - The Deficit Myth with Economist Stephanie Kelton
Economist Stephanie Kelton joins for a comprehensive conversation about the federal budget, inflation, jobs, revamping the debt system, the power of the purse, and the US economy.
63 - Trump: The Cash Cow and the Battle for Political Control with Bill Kristol (Part Two)
Political commentator Bill Kristol continues his discussion on Trump, the Republican Party, and modern politics.
62 - How the Republican Party Became the Trump Party with Bill Kristol (Part One)
Political commentator Bill Kristol joins to discuss the insurrection, Trump-ism, and the Biden infrastructure plan .
61 - Why Michael Steele Remains a Republican
Former RNC Chairman, Michael Steele, joins Bill Curtis and Jane Albrecht to discuss what changes need to be made in the Republican (and Democratic) Party.
60 - Social Justice Warrior: Shane Murphy Goldsmith of Liberty Hill
Shane Goldsmith, CEO of Liberty Hill Foundation, talks about her story, dream job as an activist, and pressing issues with police and social imbalance.
59 - Breaking Down The Biden Plan with Congressman Ted Lieu
Congressman Ted Lieu on the aftermath of the Capitol insurrection and breaking down the Biden Infrastructure and Jobs Plan.
As a centrist I appreciate the bipartisanship that is in this podcast! Thanks!
Meet me in the slightly less left than everyone else
Not as bad as the New York Times but certainly not “the middle”
Great variety of topics and speaker
I enjoy the rational bipartisan platform and discussions.