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Pelosi Corrals Combative Caucus, Intent on Keeping a House Majority Pelosi Corrals Combative Caucus, Intent on Keeping a House Majority
Mon, August, 26, 2019
WSJ's Natalie Andrews compares Nancy Pelosi's current term as House Speaker versus her first time there a decade ago, analyzing what she is doing differently this time around and detailing her goals for the future.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 17, 2019 This Weekend with Gordon Deal August 17, 2019
Sat, August, 17, 2019
Iowa has become the Hollywood of politics, the unlikely survival of USA Gymnastics, and it may be hot, but I can still check Twitter.
'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders 'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders
Wed, August, 7, 2019
Even though this time of summer is usually less hectic for presidential candidates, POLITICO's David Siders notes how they still have plenty of campaigning to do, as well as plenty of mistakes to avoid.
When Kamala Harris faced political heat, Delaware's Beau Biden had her back When Kamala Harris faced political heat, Delaware's Beau Biden had her back
Thu, August, 1, 2019
Kamala Harris' relationship with the Biden's could complicate their 2020 campaigns. Meredith Newman from Delaware Online gives us a look.
Lesser-known candidates claw for the spotlight in Democratic debate Lesser-known candidates claw for the spotlight in Democratic debate
Fri, June, 28, 2019
Listen as the Washington Post's Chelsea Janes tells Gordon how some under the radar candidates are desperately trying to get their name known in the Democratic debates.
This is the most regrettable college major in America This is the most regrettable college major in America
Fri, June, 28, 2019
No regrets? Not for many recent college graduates. Listen as MarketWatch's Catey Hill tells Gordon what many former students regret about their college experience.
Campaigns prepare to amplify highlight-reel debate moments Campaigns prepare to amplify highlight-reel debate moments
Thu, June, 27, 2019
Nowadays, it's all about going viral. In the Democratic debates, it's no different. Listen as POLITICO's Elena Schneider tells Mike Gavin how different campaign teams will try to find these highlights in order to give them an edge in the race.
Debates Put Democratic National Committee Back in Spotlight Debates Put Democratic National Committee Back in Spotlight
Thu, June, 27, 2019
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Joshua Jamerson tells Mike Gavin how the Democratic debates are putting the DNC back in the public eye, for the wrong reasons.
Enough with Hamilton, Say Fans of Other Founding Fathers Enough with Hamilton, Say Fans of Other Founding Fathers
Thu, June, 27, 2019
Alexander Hamilton has become one of the most famous Founding Fathers because of the Broadway success, "Hamilton". However, The Wall Street Journal's Valerie Bauerlein tells Gordon that fans are demanding for other Founding Fathers' stories to be told.
Early Democratic Field Splits Into Two Tiers Early Democratic Field Splits Into Two Tiers
Tue, June, 25, 2019
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Ken Thomas tells Gordon how there are five clear frontrunners for the race to win the Democratic nomination for the 2020 presidential election.
Want a more diverse Congress? Bite the bullet and raise the pay Want a more diverse Congress? Bite the bullet and raise the pay
Mon, June, 24, 2019
Listen as political columnist Patricia Murphy tells Gordon how paying members of Congress more than your average plumber can create more diversity within it.
The grim financial lesson children will learn from cashless Monopoly The grim financial lesson children will learn from cashless Monopoly
Mon, June, 24, 2019
Listen as MarketWatch's Jacob Passy tells Gordon how Hasbro's decision to do away with money in its popular game, Monopoly, could teach future generations some bad financial lessons.
Iran has crossed a line - Here's how US can respond forcefully without starting a war Iran has crossed a line - Here's how US can respond forcefully without starting a war
Mon, June, 24, 2019
Listen as Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger tells Gordon how the U.S. should handle its relations with Iran.
China is Jamming Trump on Trade China is Jamming Trump on Trade
Mon, June, 10, 2019
Yahoo! Finance's Rick Newman provides updates on the trade dispute between the US and China, including how the Chinese are not backing down from Trump's tariff threats.
Keeping It Civil for Christmas Keeping It Civil for Christmas
Mon, December, 24, 2018
Steven Dinkin, president of the National Conflict Resolution Center, offers tips on how to keep things civil during holiday conversations with family and friends.
The Best Campaign Money Can Buy The Best Campaign Money Can Buy
Fri, November, 16, 2018
Natasha Korecki from POLITICO and Gordon Deal have a look at what went into one of the most expensive midterm races.
How long will gas prices continue to drop? How long will gas prices continue to drop?
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Will the midterm election results effect oil prices? Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service gives us a look.
Swipe Left, Swipe Right: Political Campaigning Invades Dating Apps Swipe Left, Swipe Right: Political Campaigning Invades Dating Apps
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal explains how campaigners are reaching out to dating app users in swing states.
Young voter turnout in midterm elections is often dismal. This year could be different Young voter turnout in midterm elections is often dismal. This year could be different
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Because of hot button issues, young people are expected to have a stronger showing at the polls. Caroline Simon of USA Today has the story.
The Yawning Divide that Explains American Politics The Yawning Divide that Explains American Politics
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Aaron Zitner from The Wall Street Journal explains how white men without a college degree and college-educated white women have driven America's political divide.
Young Women Aren't Waiting to Seek Political Power Young Women Aren't Waiting to Seek Political Power
Mon, October, 22, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook explores the trend of younger women running for office.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal October 20, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal October 20, 2018
Sat, October, 20, 2018
Do politics define us, why Americans pay more for cannabis than Canadians, and in the NFL, this team offers the best return on investment.
Welcome Students, Let's Talk About Confederate Statues Welcome Students, Let's Talk About Confederate Statues
Thu, August, 23, 2018
A history to be proud of or offended by? Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Cameron McWhirter tells Gordon how colleges in the South are struggling with historical markers.
Trump Makes Immigration Top Midterm Campaign Issue, hoping to put Democrats on ICE Trump Makes Immigration Top Midterm Campaign Issue, hoping to put Democrats on ICE
Thu, August, 23, 2018
Are the Democrats vulnerable? Listen as the Washington Examiner's Jim Antle tells Gordon why President Trump will emphasize immigration and crime in the upcoming midterm elections.
Security Clearance Should Terminate with Government Employment Security Clearance Should Terminate with Government Employment
Thu, August, 23, 2018
"Need to Know" basis hasn't been utilized as of late. Listen as the Boston Globe's Andrew Bacevich tells Gordon why he thinks access to top secret information should be taken away if you're terminated.