Travels From: Washington, D.C.
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November 5, 2014
In this penetrating look at today's political climate, Tucker Carlson takes audiences behind closed doors, offering a candid, up-to-the-moment look at events as they unfold. From a look at the Republican Congress and the agenda ahead for the Obama Administration to his thoughts on the future of the Tea Party and the 2016 elections, you can always count on Tucker for a witty, informative and frank take on all things political.
The exciting world of new media has completely upended both the way that people get their information and the way traditional media operates. In this riveting presentation from two Internet news leaders, The Daily Caller Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief Tucker Carlson and Arianna Huffington,President and Editor-in-Chief, Huffington Post Media Group, take a look at how new media has transformed journalism. Both known for their independence in political ideology and willingness to move beyond the tired frame of right vs. left, Carlson and Huffington also dissect the issues of the day, including an up-to-the-minute analysis of politics in America and around the globe.
An original voice in American media, Tucker Carlson shares insightful commentary, infused with humor and passion, about today’s political landscape and the 2016 race for the White House
As co-host of Fox and Friends Weekend and the editor-in-chief of the Daily Caller news site, Tucker Carlson deconstructs the day's events with wry skepticism, a unique perspective and provocative interviews. Carlson has hosted a number of different nightly news programs on various networks over the past 10 years, including CNN's Crossfire, and several shows on MSNBC and PBS. One of the media's wittiest and most entertaining commentators, Carlson brings his informed viewpoint to audiences discussing politics in America today including what is ahead for the Obama Administration and a Republican-controlled Congress and the race for the White House in 2016. Author of Politicians, Partisans, and Parasites and a regular contributor to Esquire, Carlson's work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York magazine, Reader's Digest, Forbes and GQ. He was a finalist for a 2004 National Magazine Award for an Esquire article chronicling his trip to Africa with the Rev. Al Sharpton.