Welcome to "The Political Scene by The New Yorker," a riotous romp through the sometimes tumultuous, always tantalizing world of politics, where facts are like family: messy, argumentative, but ultimately lovable. Hosted by two bright sparks of political journalism, Dorothy Wickenden and Ryan Lizza, they've swapped the silent halls of The New Yorker for the humbling echo of the podcast world. Here, they tackle every jab, jape, and jest of the political climate. Ideal for politically incisive minds, news junkies, or anyone who loves a good verbal tussle. Don't forget the popcorn as they navigate the circus of government absurdity! One riveting episode? "Democracy vs. Autocracy," where the age-old debate finally gets its podcast pants on. Dive in deeper, if you dare, and absorb the intellectual banquet. A feast your cerebellum can sink its teeth into.