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From the award-winning opinion pages of The Wall Street Journal, Paul Gigot, Kim Strassel and Bill McGurn discuss the latest from Washington. Get critical perspective and the analysis you need on developments from the nation’s capital. Join them every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

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From the award-winning opinion pages of The Wall Street Journal, Paul Gigot, Kim Strassel and Bill McGurn discuss the latest from Washington. Get critical perspective and the analysis you need on developments from the nation’s capital. Join them every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
761 Ratings

761 Ratings

JJtLK ,

Worth Your Time

Unlike several other reviewers, I think Gigot does a good job trying to offer commentary with some balance. Strassel is articulate but I feel she frequently ignores strong points on the other side thereby reducing her credibility. I listen to podcasts from both the right and left. This is the best from a conservative perspective that I’ve found.

Fuzzy Reviews ,

Generally Good Podcast

It remains painful to listen to Paul Gigot, the leader of the podcast. He needs professional broadcasting lessons or something. He says “Uhhh” constantly, including while naming his colleague on the podcast. He said “Bill uhhhhh uhhhh McGurn.” Paul Gigot has got to listen to himself and stop saying “Uhhhhhhh.” He does this numerous times in nearly every sentence. Kim Strassel and Bill McGurn are good as are the others. A generally informative Beltway podcast.

caferb ,

Uhhh, uhhhh

Signed up with excitement in wanting to listen to a well thought out, balanced podcast—uhhhh, it is not, uhhhh. Uhhh my first episode I listened to uhhh “How did Adam Schiff Get Devin Nunes’s Phone Records?” uhhh, literally no journalistic professionalism. They uhhh, start talking about uhhh, being appalled that Nunes records were subpoenaed, uhhh—it’s a formal investigation you uhhh idiots. How else are they supposed to investigate a sensitive matter, uhhh. This felt more like fox news, uhhh, without the screaming, uhhh.

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