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Jacob Rubashkin, reporter and analyst for Inside Elections, a nonpartisan newsletter, looks at the nationwide battle for control of Congress, and focuses in on key local races for Congress on both sides of the river, as well as Iowa and Illinois campaigns for Governor and the US Senate.Autor: Robin Johnson
 
Dave Hage and Paul Klauda, former Minneapolis Star-Tribune reporters and authors of No Retreat, No Surrender: Labor’s War at Hormel, look back at the strike that divided not only the company against workers, but also stoked divisions in the union and community. They also discuss the strike’s continuing legacy to this day.…
 
David Paul Kuhn, author of The Neglected Voter: White Men and the Democratic Dilemma, talks about the ‘white male gap,’ how Democratic problems with White men are spreading to African-American and Hispanic men, how male voters are misunderstood by leaders of The Left, why they are necessary to winning elections, and much more.…
 
Shia Kapos, author of the Illinois Politico daily newsletter, reviews the Illinois primary results, looks ahead to the fall general election, and assesses the impact of recent Supreme Court rulings and the Highland Park tragedy on Illinois politics.Autor: Robin Johnson
 
Dan Glickman, former Congressman, US Secretary of Agriculture and Chair of the Motion Pictures Association of America, talks about his recent book Laughing at Myself: My Education in Congress, on the Farm and at the Movies. Among his insights are the value of experience in local government for those serving in Washington, the importance of bipartis…
 
Scott Kennedy with the center for Strategic and International Studies discusses their recent report, Estimating Chinese Industrial Policy Spending in Comparative Perspective, important research into how China’s targeted investments in its economy far exceed other countries, the consequences, and what the US can do in response.…
 
Erin Murphy, Des Moines bureau chief for The Gazette, looks at the Mike Franken big win for the Democratic nomination to face Chuck Grassley, GOP primary battles with incumbents toppled, turnout and the impact of Iowa’s new election law, the forecast for November’s election and whether the Iowa caucuses will hang on for another presidential cycle.…
 
Much is known about Robert Kennedy’s life prior to his brother’s assassination and the 1968 presidential campaign but less on the important period in between. On this weekend commemorating RFK’s death, John Bohrer, author of The Revolution of Robert Kennedy: From Power to Protest After JFK, talks about how RFK emerged from his brother’s shadow, won…
 
In part two of my interview with Ray Long, he continues the discussion of his book, The House That Madigan Built: The Record Run of Illinois’ Velvet Hammer, including the former Speaker’s political skills, ideology (or lack of one), lessons for today’s Democrats, and his legacy to the state.Autor: Robin Johnson
 
In the first of a two-part interview, Ray Long, veteran political reporter for the Chicago Tribune and author of The House That Madigan Built: The Record Run of Illinois’ Velvet Hammer, discusses some highlights form his book, including Madigan’s rise to power, when ‘time stood still’ on the House floor, ‘Operation Cobra,’ and the ComEd scandal.…
 
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