Ross Douthat

New York Times

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Josh Barro talks with Ross Douthat and Elizabeth Bruenig about the impending wave of covid cases, Democrats’ turn to voting rights, and the new-new right wing.

The holidays are coming and so is Omicron. What next?

Josh Barro talks with Ross Douthat and Elizabeth Bruenig about the impending wave of covid cases, Democrats’ turn to voting rights, and the new-new right wing.

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Josh, Liz and Ross discuss America’s testing shortage and how Build Back Better is tending towards smaller things better. Then, special guest Paul D.

Well, should the Biden administration send at-home Covid test to all Americans?

Josh, Liz and Ross discuss America’s testing shortage and how Build Back Better is tending towards smaller things better. Then, special guest Paul D.

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Josh, Liz and Ross talk about the omicron variant, vaccine fatigue and how we can get to a normal that makes sense.

Moving towards a playbook for new covid variants

Josh, Liz and Ross talk about the omicron variant, vaccine fatigue and how we can get to a normal that makes sense.

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