November 23rd, 2022 | 1 hr 48 secs
Frequent Px3 guest Michael Cohen couldn't make his scheduled segment last week.
He had a heart attack. His "widow maker" artery was 100% blocked. That is a cardiac event which kills 82% of those that suffer it.
It's led him to think a lot about the stress and dehumanization that went into his life in politics. He admirably wanted to record the conversation and share it with you.
November 23rd, 2022 | 52 mins 39 secs
Polling looks favorable for Warnock in Georgia for the runoff.
Kevin McCarthy has an uphill battle to become speaker.
Ron DeSantis just dominated Florida, seems destined to match wits with Trump and is admonishing an early Super PAC. What do we need to look for as he rounds into his first (and final?) few months as Florida governor? Kimberly Leonard from Insider joins the show.
November 18th, 2022 | 1 hr 31 mins
Breaking down Trump's 2024 announcement as he gets the jump on a potentially competitive GOP field.
FTX, the cryptocurrency exchange that collapsed this week, has lawmakers giving up campaign contributions from its top execs.
Andrew Heaton on trying to explain American politics and news to foreigners.
November 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 5 mins
Trump may announce, DeSantis is clapping back and that's not even the most pressing news.
Kevin McCarthy may have to sell his soul to be Speaker of the House.
Mitch McConnell fights for his life as leader of the Senate Republicans.
Even Scrimshaw takes a victory lap after nailing the midterms.
November 10th, 2022 | 57 mins 22 secs
In the path of Hurricane Nicole, Justin answers your questions about how to sort for truth in the media, did the Dems strategy to boost MAGA candidates work? and more.
November 9th, 2022 | 49 mins 43 secs
Live from Austin, Texas, Justin is joined by Andrew Heaton, Jen Briney, and Brian Brushwood for the 2022 midterms.
November 4th, 2022 | 1 hr 1 min
Bill Scher joins the show to discuss potential outcomes in the midterm elections next Tuesday. Justin gives his predictions for Election Day.
November 1st, 2022 | 1 hr 22 mins
Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada, Arizona and New Hampshire?!?
The debates are done and there any nothing to do but run the final week of these midterm campaigns. Dems get a breath of fresh air polling wise but the generic ballot continues to turn against them and outlier polls in some states send more shockwaves.
Also, is the NY governors race in jeopardy?
Evan Scrimshaw (The Lines) gives his final senate projections.
October 27th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
- Four different ways election night may unfold.
- Democrats continue to double down on Ukraine.
- Andrew Heaton joins the show for a crash course on the midterms, answering all the questions you may be too afraid to ask.
Episode 337: Fetterman Debate Disaster. Early Voting Numbers In GA, NV. Polling Adjusted For Polling Misses. UK PM Fiasco Recap.
October 25th, 2022 | 1 hr 11 mins
We thought the PA debate could be ugly. We were right.
What early voting numbers do and don't say about the races in Nevada and Georgia.
If you take the Real Clear Politics averages and crudely slap the percentage of 2020 polling misses on top of them, who is winning the Senate?
Tom Merritt (Daily Tech News Show, A Word With) and Manveen Rana (Stories Of Our Times) join us to talk about the most bonkers two months in modern British political history.
October 20th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
As the midterms loom, what is the nation mood?
Philosophy, culture and society merge in this conversation with favorite Kevin Ryan.
October 19th, 2022 | 1 hr 18 mins
- Inflation isn't deflating, crime is front of mind and the generic congressional ballot is getting redder and redder. After all the Dobbs talk in the summer, is this a Red Wave after all? We break down what the new data does and doesn't mean.
- Sure, we talked PA, GA, NV and AZ to death! What about the sleeper races? The ones that could be shocks of the midterms? We hone in on FL, NC, CO and WA to break down what would need to happen for those to be competitive.
- Michael Cohen helps us figure out why the landscape looks desolate for Democrats and yet the Senate polling remains in their favor.