The latest episode of Conversations With Bill Kristol, featuring Fred Barnes:
"Executive Editor of The Weekly Standard, Fred Barnes is one of America’s most respected political reporters and analysts. In this conversation, Barnes reflects on key figures and events from his forty years of covering Washington, including Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Jack Kemp, and George W. Bush. Kristol and Barnes also discuss the rise of cable political commentary and Barnes' contributions from The McLaughlin Group to The Beltway Boys and Special Report," writes the Foundation for Constitutional Government, the sponsor of the series.
THE WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with executive editor Fred Barnes on the Iran nuclear deal, the Americans held by Iran as hostages, and whether the hostages and their families will recieve compensation from the government of Iran.
If you skipped President Obama’s State of the Union address on TV last week, you missed something. It was long (61 minutes) and uninspiring. Yet as the Obama presidency enters its seventh year, the speech was revealing. Here are a few things we learned about Obama’s thinking.