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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…
 
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…
 
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.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Mark and Matt chat with Sue Lagon about the upcoming Supreme Court nomination, and also discuss the “framework” deal for FY22 appropriations. The post Supreme Court Nominations with Sue Lagon first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Mark, Matt, and Josh talk about what did and did not happen in the first session of the 117th Congress, and look forward to 2022 in Congress. The post The end of the first session of the 117th Congress first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
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…
 
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…
 
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.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Josh and Laura sit down with Professor Jim Curry, co-author (with Frances Lee) of the new book The Limits of Party, to discuss why congressional lawmaking has not changed much as many believe over the last 50 years. The post Congress is more effective and bipartisan than you think first appeared on GAI.…
 
Election analyst Nathan Gonzales joins Laura and Mark to talk about how to understand the 2020 election, the polls, and where the Republican party goes after Trump and January 6th. The post Election results, polls, and a post-Trump GOP first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Episode-45-Ragusa-and-Birkhead.mp3 Congressional scholars Jordan Ragusa and Nate Birkhead join Josh to discuss the politics of legislative repeals, impeachment, and where the parties are headed in the 117th Congress. The post All the Negative Things: Repeals and Impeachment first appeared on GAI…
 
Mark, Laura, and Matt discuss the remainder of the 116th Congress and take a look back at the last two years. The post The 116th Congress, yesterday and today first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Josh and Matt talk with Josh Chafetz, Professor of Law at Georgetown University, to talk Congress, its power, and the potential for filibuster reform in the Senate. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Episode-43-Two-Beers-In-Chafetz.mp3 The post Congress, its power, and the filibuster first appeared on GAI.…
 
Matt and Mark are joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Aaron Zitner to talk about the COVID relief politics in Congress and the fall elections. The post Pandemic Relief Bargaining with Aaron Zitner first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Laura and Josh talk with David Karol about the VP-stakes, party changes, and presidential nominations. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Episode-41-Two-Beers-In.mp3 The post Presidential nominations and Party Politics with David Karol first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Josh and Mark talk with Sarah Binder, Brookings Senior Fellow and professor of political science at George Washington University, about Congress and the politics affecting its coronavirus responses. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Sarah-Binder-Pandemic-Podcast.mp3 The post Sarah Binder on Congress and coronavirus politics firs…
 
Matt, Mark, and Josh discuss Congress’s coronavirus response, remote voting, and what happens when too many lawmakers get sick. https://gai.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Two-Beers-In-Pandemic.mp3 The post Pandemic, Two Beers In. first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Special guest James Wallner joins Matt, Josh, and Mark to talk about the Senate “trial,” and why Senators no longer act. James Wallner is a Senior Fellow at the R Street Institute, a former senior staffer in the Senate, and the author of several books on the Senate. He tweets from @jiwallner, can be found blogging at www.legislativeprocedure.com, a…
 
Mark and Josh discuss impeachment, appropriations, and continuing resolutions with CQ reporter Jennifer Shutt. The post Impeachment, Appropriations, and almost Shutdowns first appeared on GAI.द्वारा Government Affairs Institute
 
Special guest Colleen Shogan joins Matt and Josh to discuss impeachment, bipartisanship, and women’s suffrage. Colleen is Assistant Deputy Librarian at the Library of Congress, former Deputy Director of the Congressional Research Service, and the Co-Chair of the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission. The post Impeachment, bipartisanship, and women…
 
Matt and Josh discuss how impeachment politics is shaping up in the House and Senate. Some relevant links: The memorandum of conversation between Trump and the Ukrainian president. Pelosi’s 9/24 announcement. The op-ed by seven Democratic freshmen. The post Emergency Impeachment Podcast first appeared on GAI.…
 
HuffPost congressional reporter Matt Fuller joins Josh, Mark, and Matt to discuss the tensions in the House Democratic caucus, the prospects for a Freedom Caucus of the left, the congressional budget deal, and the politics of impeachment in the House. The post House Democrats, the budget deal, and impeachment with Matt Fuller first appeared on GAI.…
 
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