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Fellows In The News
GAI | February 9, 2015
GAI Director Ken Gold in International Business Times on the difficulties of passing an AUMF to fight ISIS. “There is a heavy political dimension to this. Even as recently as 2001 and 2002, there was pretty much bipartisan consensus on something like this, that this wasn’t a partisan political issue. Now it’s overwhelmingly a partisan issue and it’s
GAI | November 12, 2014
GAI Senior Fellow Josh Huder was quoted in a Newsweek article on the impact of Sen. McCain’s chairmanship of the Senate Armed Services Committee on future defense and foreign policy. “At hearings, he likes to be seen as the straight-talking arbiter of conservative truth. I suspect we’re going to see a lot more contentious hearings, and if
GAI | November 6, 2014
The Open Secrets Blog at the Center for Responsive Politics quoted Senior Fellow Marian Currinder on the impact of small donor contributions in congressional campaigns: “If you have people who are willing to give you a small amount here and there … You can keep going back and tapping people,” she said. “It’s a good way
GAI | October 30, 2014
UPI article on the upcoming midterm elections and the contentious battle for the Senate quoted GAI Senior Fellow Marian Currinder on what would transpire if Democrats lose control of the chamber: “I see the Democrats playing the exact same role that the Republicans have been playing the past couple of years, just obstructing and obstructing and waiting