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Congress and appropriations reporter Jenn Shutt joins Laura to wrap up the year: appropriations, international supplemental funding, NDAA and what’s unprecedented, unusual -and usual- about this year. Shutt notes that the House has been “building the rollercoaster as they’re riding it”. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Jenn-Shu…
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To quote Steny Hoyer, “I don’t know what’s going on but I object.” Matt and Josh discuss the House of Representatives in October 2023, the GOP speakership vote, Speakers Pro Tempore, and more. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/I-dont-know-whats-going-on-but-i-object.mp3 The post “I don’t know what’s going on but I object” first …
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Mark and Josh talk with Professor Tony Madonna about Kevin McCarthy’s unusual speakership, among other things. Tony is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Georgia and author of numerous studies of House and Senate procedure. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/tony-madonna-podcast.mp3 The post Speakers…
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Laura and Josh talk with Georgetown Professor Michele Swers about abortion politics after the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision and a bit of Nancy Pelosi’s speakership. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/Swers-interview.mp3 The post Post-Dobbs Politics in Congress with Michele Swers first appeared on GAI.…
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Matt and Josh are joined by special guest Philip Wallach from the American Enterprise Institute to discuss his new book, Why Congress. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/CBI-Wallach-edited.mp3 The post New podcast episode: Why Congress with Philip Wallach first appeared on GAI.Government Affairs Institute által
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Matt and Laura are joined by special guest Michael Thorning from the Bipartisan Policy Center, to discuss the debt limit negotiations, modernization of Congress, and the FY24 Legislative Branch Appropriations bill. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/Congress-Two-Beers-In-with-Michael-Thorning.mp3 The post Debt Limit with Michael …
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Rep. Brendan Boyle (D, PA) sits down with Laura and Josh to talk about the debt ceiling. We discuss the history of the debt ceiling, different potential reforms, and the state of play in Congress as we approach Treasury’s X date. Congressman Boyle has sponsored legislation on the debt ceiling every Congress since 2017 and continues to play a leader…
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Laura is joined by special guest Congressman David Price to reflect on his long career in Congress: what got him into politics, his perspective as a scholar of political science, his focus on his district, time on the appropriations committee, and thoughts on party leadership over time. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/David-Pr…
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Mark, Matt, and Josh discuss special rules, leaders’ power, budgets, funding, McCarthy, the debt ceiling, and whatever else popped into Mark’s head. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/March-2023-podcast.mp3 The post Congress, Two Beers In | Rules, Budgets, Funding, and Stuff first appeared on GAI.…
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Senior Fellow Josh Huder sits down with political parties scholar Dave Hopkins to discuss what has changed and not changed in the Republican and Democratic parties. Dave is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Boston College and author of multiple books, including Asymmetric Politics (coauthored with Matt Grossman) and Red Fighting Blue. …
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Laura and Matt are joined by Georgetown Law Professor Josh Chafetz to discuss congressional oversight, the importance of the type of oversight some people decry as mere “theater,” and upcoming high-profile oversight issues in the118th Congress. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Dave-Hopkins-2-3-23.mp3 The post Congressional Over…
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Mark, Matt, and Josh discuss the start of the 118th Congress in the Senate and the House. Emphasis on the House Speaker’s race and the implications on for the year! https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/Pod-1-9-23-mixed.mp3 The post New GAI Podcast Episode: 118th Congress Begins first appeared on GAI.…
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The Congress: Two Beers In crew ditch beer for bourbon as they discuss what happened in the 117th Congress. They also opine on the new Republican majority in the House, whether a Speaker will be elected on January 3, and the effects of an expanded Democratic majority in the Senate. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Pod-mixed-12-…
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Gingrich Transforms the Party and Congress Professor Matt Green joins Laura and Josh to talk about his new book (with Jeff Crouch): Newt Gingrich: The Rise and Fall of a Party Entrepreneur. Gingrich is contextualized in the ways he did -and didn’t- act as a congressional change agent. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Matt-Green…
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Josh and Matt are joined by political scientist and Bloomberg Opinion writer Jonathan Bernstein. We talk about the January 6th investigation, the committee’s presentations, American democracy, Watergate, House leadership, and several other topics that didn’t make it into this description. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Episod…
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Josh and Mark are joined by James Wallner, senior fellow at the R Street Institute and lecturer at Clemson University, to discuss why the Senate is doing a lot and nothing all at the same time. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Episode-51-Two-Beers-In-Wallner.mp3 The post What’s happening in the Senate? A lot or nothing? first a…
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Mark and Matt are joined by 30-year Hill veteran and former staff director of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Jason Steinbaum to discuss the role of Congress in foreign policy. The post Congress and Foreign Policy with Jason Steinbaum first appeared on GAI.Government Affairs Institute által
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Professor Marina Omar joins Laura for the podcast to help us make sense of Afghanistan: what she’d add to the current conversation, her fieldwork, what it was like doing interviews in Afghanistan, what larger lessons Afghanistan has for us, and how her personal experience as an Afghan woman who escaped the Taliban informs what’s going on now. A spe…
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Josh and Matt and special guest Greg Koger discuss the Senate, congressional dysfunction, and some Florida politics. Greg is Professor of Political Science at Miami University, and the author of Filibustering: A Political History of Obstruction in the House and Senate. You can find him on Twitter @GregoryKoger. The post The Senate with Greg Koger t…
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Mark and Matt sit down with Caitlin Emma (@caitlinzemma), budget and appropriations reporter at Politico, to talk COVID relief, Shalanda Young for OMB Director, and the possible end of the earmark ban. The post Budget and Appropriations Politics with Caitlin Emma first appeared on GAI.Government Affairs Institute által
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