Both Sides Now

Both Sides Now exchanges ideas, not rants or monologues. The program highlights both sides, sharpening differences or even bridging them so that listeners decide for themselves. Hosted each week by Mark Green, the program has some of the best commentators anywhere on radio and TV. You'll hear from Ron Reagan, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Eliot Spitzer, Bob Shrum or Jonathan Alter lining up with Mary Matalin, Erick Erickson, David Frum, Rich Lowry or Torie Clarke. They debate, you decide.

For added exposure, The Huffington Post features a weekly blog post about the show every Monday.

Regular contributors to the show include:

Katrina vanden Heuvel - Editor and Publisher of The Nation magazine

Jonathan Alter - Executive Producer of Amazon series "Alpha House", Former Newsweek senior editor and columnist, author and television analyst.

Rich Lowry - Editor of The National Review

Bob Shrum - an American political consultant

Mary Matalin - Ranking official in both Bush White Houses, one of the leading Republican strategists in the country, and former CNN commentator.

Mark Green - Founder and host of Both Sides Now, elected Public Advocate for New York City, Democratic nominee for NYC Mayor in 2001, and former frequent panelist on Crossfire.

Eliot Spitzer - Former Attorney General and Governor of New York State who previously had shows on CNN and CurrentTV.

Ron Reagan - Regular contributor to MSNBC and author of the best-selling My Father at 100.

Torie Clarke - Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs under Donald Rumsfeld and current Senior Communications Advisor at COMCAST.

Erick Erickson - Managing Editor of the popular conservative blog site RedState.com and regular contributor to CNN.

David Frum - New York Times Best-Selling Author, former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to the Giuliani presidential campaign, writer for The Daily Beast/Newsweek, and regular CNN contributor.