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Listen for of-the-moment insider insights, framed by the rapidly changing social and cultural forces that shape political outcomes. Always bipartisan, never predictable. Featuring Patrick Martin, Towner French, Rodney Davis, and Kaitlyn Martin who mix it up with hosts Howard Schweitzer and Mark Alderman.

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Episode 307: Biden’s Age Concerns: GOP Deflection or Democratic Panic?

June 9, 2024

With the Trump hush-money verdict in, Trump supporters are more emboldened than ever in their backing of the former president. Meanwhile, concerns are reignited over Biden’s age — is this merely a Republican deflection, or are Democrats genuinely panicking? In an effort to rally support, Biden might be playing politics at the Southern Border with his latest Executive Order restricting immigration, but is it too little, too late? Featuring Public Strategies’ Howard Schweitzer, the Hon. Rodney Davis, and Kyle Anderson.


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  • Episode 306: The Vilification of Politics

    May 19, 2024

    The vilification of politics creates a perception that nothing gets done in Washington. While Congress often appears dysfunctional, it continues to govern, quietly advancing...
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  • Episode 305: “It’s All About Clicks & Eyeballs”

    May 12, 2024

    As Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene attempted to oust Speaker Mike Johnson through a motion to vacate, Democrats calculated that the public’s frustration with Washington...
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  • Episode 304: Navigating Big Tech’s Regulatory Labyrinth

    May 5, 2024

    Having once sat on a pedestal, big tech finds itself grappling with a maze of state and global privacy and data security regulations. Now,...
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  • Episode 303: Hold Your Nose & Vote

    April 28, 2024

    In recent years, the Philadelphia suburbs have emerged as a bellwether for presidential elections. With national voter enthusiasm at an all-time low, is the...
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  • Episode 302: Trump’s Criminal Trial: A “Stormy” Day in NYC

    April 21, 2024

    As norms and institutions encounter scrutiny, the political pendulum remains in motion, illustrated by the foreign aid discussion on Capitol Hill, the contentious discourse...
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  • Episode 301: Politics of Choice

    April 14, 2024

    State supreme courts have become as political as courts get. Could the recent Arizona Supreme Court ruling on reproductive rights cost Republicans the November...
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