Political analysis like you’ve never heard before. Who needs human political commentary? Scripts for Great Political Thinking 2020 are generated by a machine learning model (GPT-2) and then performed, edited, and produced for your listening pleasure. Follow us on Twitter @thinking_2020.
In this installment we examine Warren and Sanders' positions post Nevada and Super Tuesday. Bernie claims to have the backing of the Democratic party, while Warren seems to have pivoted to an unusual social media strategy. How will this affect the 2020 campaign?
5 min 44 sec
We crunge together the latest polling results after the recent Democratic debate and consider just why Pete Buttigieg might have found himself in the headscratchers that he found himself in.
5 min 30 sec
The story of Michael Collins and his effort to spread the word on voting, civic participation, and his relationship to the issue of Bill Clinton’s accountability.
4 min 37 sec
Michael, Michael, and Michael dive into the impeachment investigations, discuss the concept of recall and bias, and ultimately whether or not we’ll ever hear from Mick Mulvaney.
4 min 54 sec
Christina and I reflect on the meteoric rise of Bernie Sanders' campaign: we take a look at his recent events in Nevada, delve into Reuters/Ipsos polling methodology, and finally consider the central question: do undecided voters think we have it right?
6 min 23 sec