04:14 — David Brooks, Amy Walter, Eugene Robinson and Danielle Pletka join the MTP Panel to discuss heated political rhetoric and the shooting on a Congressio (more…)
06:24 — Helene Cooper, Rich Lowry, Danielle Pletka and David Brooks debate the long term impacts of military air strikes on Syria.
05:23 — David Brooks, Fmr. Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.), Hugh Hewitt, and Amy Walter join the Meet the Press panel to discuss how the young Trump presidency loo (more…)
05:52 — Rick Santelli, Andrea Mitchell, David Brooks and Fmr. Rep Donna Edwards (D-Md.) debate whether revelations contained in the joint intelligence report (more…)
07:29 — David Brooks and Jeff Greenfield discuss the 2016 race and the inflammatory rhetoric that seems to have become commonplace in this election.
07:51 — New York Times' columnist David Brooks talks about the transformation of the Democratic and Republican parties during the 2016 election cycle.
00:41 — The New York Times columnist says the 'kids table' can say things the 'adult table' needs to hear.
10:04 — Ben Carson joins Chuck Todd, Sherrilyn Ifill, David Brooks and Charles Ogletree to discuss race relations in America after a grand jury’s decision not (more…)
05:41 — The MTP Sunday panel looks at what effect Donald Trump's rough week will have on the Wisconsin GOP primary.
00:58 — New York Times columnist David Brooks says he's "clinging by my fingertips" for Sen. Marco Rubio to win Florida.
David Brooks compares the Tea Partiers to Wal-Mart hippies and calls Obama a thoughtful guy with a spending problem.
Stephen questions whether kids are too small to fail and asks David Brooks what it's like to be in two dying industries at once.
The New York Times columnist David Brooks talks about being the conservative that liberals can like.
David Brooks describes the way unconscious emotions affect people's decisions and values.
Clarence Thomas may have a conflict of interest, and Stephen hopes David Brooks' book, 'The Social Animal,' is about a hamster on Facebook.
As Colorado embraces recreational marijuana, columnists David Brooks and Ruth Marcus take a confusing stand against it.
NY Times columnist David Brooks suggested that President Barack Obama has a 'manhood problem' when it comes to his foreign policy in the Middle East. (more…)
On NBC's 'Meet the Press' David Brooks says Mitt Romney 'is never gonna win a popularity contest.'