31 March 2016
30 March 2016
#690: All In [audio]
We talk to a professional poker player who lost on the first day of poker's most famous tournament--but went on to get a huge payout. Turns out there's a game behind the game.
29 March 2016
28 March 2016
25 March 2016
24 March 2016
23 March 2016
The Axe Files: Eliot Spitzer [audio]
Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer discusses his work as the Sheriff of Wall Street, his 2008 resignation, and his opinion of 2016 presidential contenders such as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
22 March 2016
Ted Cruz Is Stuck in the 1980s
You almost get the impression that the exceptionally bright Texas senator hasn’t had a new thought in decades.
21 March 2016
This might be Ted Cruz’s worst idea
Chicago professor Anil Kashyap went so far as to say that "love of the gold standard implies macroeconomic illiteracy."
18 March 2016
17 March 2016
It’s Long Past Time to Close Guantánamo
And the arguments against doing so are silly.
The Book That Changed Campaigns Forever
How Teddy White revolutionized political journalism—and came to regret it.
16 March 2016
15 March 2016
14 March 2016
11 March 2016
The Whale That Nearly Drowned The Donald
How Trump schemed to win back millions from a high-rolling—and doomed—Japanese gambler.
10 March 2016
09 March 2016
08 March 2016
Why Liberals Loved to Hate Antonin Scalia
He presented cruel, demeaning views in thought-provoking and stirring ways.
07 March 2016
04 March 2016
03 March 2016
02 March 2016
01 March 2016
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