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Will Saletan, Mona Charen, Noah Smith, Kristin Du Mez, Damon Linker, Benjamin Wittes, Linda Chavez, Tim Mak, A.B. Stoddard, William Galston, Walter Olson, Pete Wehner, Francis Fukuyama, David Frum

Each week Mona Charen is joined by syndicated columnist Linda Chavez, Bill Galston, and Damon Linker to discuss the news of the week in a respectful, rational forum. (Ad-free edition exclusively for Bulwark+ members.)

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  • Will Saletan

    I'm a writer at the Bulwark. Email: [email protected]. Twitter handle: @saletan. Question everything.

  • Mona Charen

    Policy Editor at The Bulwark. Host of Beg to Differ podcast.

  • Noah Smith

    Econ blogger

  • Kristin Du Mez

    Historian of gender, faith, politics. Author of NYT-bestselling JESUS AND JOHN WAYNE, and A NEW GOSPEL FOR WOMEN. Next up: LIVE LAUGH LOVE.

  • Damon Linker

    Senior Lecturer in Dept of Pol Sci @ Penn. "Notes from the Middleground" at Substack; "Beg to Differ" pod @ The Bulwark; Senior Fellow, Niskanen Center; author of "The Theocons" & "The Religious Test"; former columnist w The Week

  • Benjamin Wittes

    Editor in Chief, Lawfare more

  • Linda Chavez

    Senior Fellow at the National Immigration Forum author and former director of public liaison in the Reagan White House. The views expressed are her own.

  • Tim Mak

    Founder, Counteroffensive.News — a Kyiv-based publication that uses human interest stories to relay the news of the war in Ukraine.

  • A.B. Stoddard

    A.B. Stoddard is a columnist at The Bulwark, and a guest host on Sirius XM’s POTUS Channel.

  • William Galston

    Senior Fellow in Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution

  • Walter Olson

    Writer and author, especially on legal subjects. Cato Institute, election law, and Maryland civic stuff.

  • Pete Wehner

    Senior Fellow, more

  • Francis Fukuyama

    Senior Fellow at Stanford, furniture maker, drone pilot, fan of classic social theory.

  • David Frum

    Staff writer, The Atlantic.

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