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Joshua Green is a senior national correspondent for Bloomberg Businessweek, focusing on political coverage for the magazine and Bloomberg News. Green regularly appears on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, NBC’s Meet the Press, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, and PBS’s Washington Week. His latest book, The Devil’s Bargain, which focuses on Steve Bannon and his relationship with President Trump, will be released on July 18th.

Joshua will be in The Hive on Friday, July 21st at 9 AM ET for a chat about Bannon and the alt-right. Submit your questions at any time or join us on Friday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Kevin M. Kruse is a Professor of History at Princeton University. He specializes in the political, social, and urban/suburban history of twentieth-century America, with a particular interest in conflicts over race, rights and religion and the making of modern conservatism. His most recent book, One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America, investigates the making and meaning of American religious nationalism in the mid-twentieth century.

Kevin will be in The Hive on Friday, July 7th at 2 PM EST to discuss modern conservatism and the ways in which religion and politics intersect in the U.S. Submit your questions at any time or join us on Friday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Willard Sterne Randall is a biographer of Benjamin and William Franklin, of Benedict Arnold, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and Ethan Allen, and he has co-authored collections of biographies and e-books with his wife, the biographer and award-winning poet, Nancy Nahra. His newest book is called UNSHACKLING AMERICA: How the War of 1812 Truly Ended the American Revolution.

Willard will be in The Hive on Wednesday, June 28th at 1 PM EST for a chat on colonial American history, where he can discuss the continuing the impact the Founding Fathers have in today’s political sphere. Submit your questions at any time or join us on Wednesday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

As the director of National Resource Defense Council’s (NRDC) Renewable Energy Policy Initiative, Nathanael Greene specializes in researching, analyzing, and influencing policies related to utility regulation, energy tax, and energy efficiency. Greene has written about the benefits of renewable energy policies on a state level, a topic especially relevant now that several states have formed a state climate coalition after Trump pulled the U.S out of the Paris agreement. Nathanael will be in The Hive on Thursday, June 22nd at 2 PM EST for a chat about renewable energy, climate change, and policies to combat climate change. Submit your questions at any time or join us on Thursday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Ann Hornaday, formerly of the Baltimore Sun, Austin American-Statesman and New York Times, is a film critic for the Washington Post. She was also a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in criticism in 2008. Ann will be in The Hive on Friday, June 16th at 1 PM EST for a chat about movies and film critique. Submit your questions at any time or feel free to join us on Friday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Richard Rubin is the U.S. tax policy reporter for The Wall Street Journal in Washington, focusing on the intersection of taxes, politics and economics. Before joining the Journal in 2015, he covered tax policy for Bloomberg News and Congressional Quarterly. He also wrote about local government and transportation policy for The Charlotte Observer. Richard will be in The Hive Friday June 9th at 1 PM EST for a chat about taxes, Trump’s proposed budget and more. Submit your questions at any time or feel free to join us on Friday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Professor of History and author, Allan Lichtman will be in The Hive on Thursday, June 1st at 1 PM EST to discuss impeachment. Over the course of his career he has correctly predicted the outcomes of all US presidential elections since 1984, including Trump’s victory in 2016. His latest work, “A Case For Impeachment,” illuminates exactly how the impeachment of President Trump might work by showing how his actions—past or future—make him uniquely vulnerable to impeachment proceedings. Submit your questions at any time or join us on Thursday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Richard Rubin is the author of three books, his most recent being Back Over There: One American Time-Traveler, 100 Years Since the Great War, 500 Miles of Battle-Scarred French Countryside, and Too Many Trenches, Shells, Legends and Ghosts to Count. Richard will be in The Hive Wednesday May 24th at 2 PM EST for a chat about World War I, which reaches its 100th anniversary this year. Submit your questions at any time or feel free to join us on Wednesday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Barry Strauss is Professor of History and Classics, Bryce and Edith M. Bowmar Professor in Humanistic Studies at Cornell University, and a military and naval historian and consultant. Barry will be in The Hive Thursday May 18th at 1 PM EST for a chat about leaders of the ancient world, and corporate leadership in today’s world. Submit your questions below at any time or feel free to join us on Thursday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

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