Josh Huder | May 3, 2019
Special guest Jennifer Victor joins Matt, Mark, Josh, and Laura to talk about impeachment politics in Congress, congressional caucuses, and presidential candidate fundraising. Jennifer is associate professor of poltical science at George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government. She tweets at @jennifernvictor.
Josh Huder | March 29, 2019
Matt, Mark, Laura, and Josh discuss the institutional politics of Trump’s Special Olymics budget cuts, the health care cloud hanging over congressioanl Republicans, and potential upcoming Senate rules changes.
Josh Huder | March 15, 2019
Mattt and Laura are joined by special guest Julia Azari, professor at Marquette University, to talk about the politics of the 2020 nomination and Trump in historical context.
GAI | March 1, 2019
Matt, Laura, and Mark are joined by special guest Michele Swers, professor at Georgetown University, to talk about women in the 116th Congress.
Josh Huder | February 21, 2019
Laura, Mark, and Josh sit down with former Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen from South Florida to discuss her career and life in Congress, former speakers, Cuba libres, and the challenges ahead for the 116th Congress.
GAI | February 1, 2019
Josh, Mark, and Matt discuss the end of the shutdown, committee organization, and what’s coming in the 116th Congress.
Mark, Matt, Laura are joined by special guest Molly Reynolds of the Brookings Institution to discuss the shutdown, budget politics in the 116th Congress, and learning curves in Congress.
GAI | January 9, 2019
In the latest episode of our podcast, GAI Senior Fellows Laura, Mark, and Josh discuss the shutdown, Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s second turn with the Speaker’s gavel, and the 116th Congress.
GAI | December 19, 2018
Matt, Laura, Josh, and special guest Matt Green discuss leadership elections, factionalism in congressional parties, and prospects for the 116th Congress.
GAI | December 7, 2018
Matt, Laura, Josh, and special guest Sarah Binder discuss expectations for the 116th Congress, the Speakership race, freshmen members of the House, and Sarah’s recent book, The Myth of Independence: How Congress Governs the Federal Reserve.