Kansas is known for its far right swing over the course of the last decade. But three of its most prominent conservative officials are in the fight for their political lives in the 2014 election cycle. Votes in Kansas this November may provide clarity on the political future of the state and the radical conservative movement in our country.
In Florida, they are stuck with a clown car race between a partisan ideologue and a pathological flip-flopper. And one of them is going to be the next governor of Florida.
- <a href="http://gppreview.com/author/james-frkovich/" rel="tag">James Frkovich</a>
- Interviews, Politics
- October 29, 2014
Ed Goeas CEO of the Tarrance Group, one of the largest Republican only polling firms in the country, speaks with the Georgetown Public Policy Review about the Republican Party’s prospects of taking the Senate in 2014 and the future of the GOP.
- Jacob Patterson-Stein, Kristin Blagg and Nora Gregory
- Domestic Policy, International Policy, Politics
- March 6, 2014
In the newest episode of the Georgetown Public Policy Review podcast, Review staff Kristin Blagg, Nora Gregory, and Jacob Patterson-Stein discuss Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s recent speech on reforming the US military to better account for civilian casualties. Senator Warren gave her speech on Georgetown’s campus as part of the McCourt School of Public Policy’s annual Whittington Lecture….
Avi Tuschman is an expert on the evolutionary roots of human political orientation. He began his career in politics as the youngest advisor in the government palace in Lima, Peru at age 23. While serving as the senior writer to Peru’s President Alejandro Toledo, Tuschman produced numerous articles and speeches designed to shape public opinion….
By Jacob Patterson-Stein I am proud to introduce the first episode of the Georgetown Public Policy Review Podcast. The drive behind producing a podcast was to find a medium that would allow Review staff to comment on their work, provide updates on recently published articles, and expand the way we approach policy analysis. This podcast will be a…
By Jacob Patterson-Stein Amidst the bombast and rapid-fire punditry that accompanies the President’s annual State of the Union address, it is worth remembering that much of the platform he lays out each year is the result of meticulous policy research conducted by civil servants, think tankers, and academics. In some cases, the President’s call to…
- Georgetown Public Policy Review, Jacob Patterson-Stein, Dennis Lytton, Manon Scales and Garrett Brinker
- Domestic Policy, Politics
- January 14, 2014
The year 2013 certainly provided no shortage of fodder for policy wonks. We faced off over the debt limit and government shutdown, scraped together a budget deal, alternatively debated and ignored immigration reform, witnessed the shaky rollout of the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges, confronted the realities of our government’s surveillance in the name of…
Chris Lu’s unique perspectives on policy come from a lengthy experience in public service. His dedication to public administration and policy strategy can be traced to his 1991 clerkship with Judge Robert Cowen in the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. From there, he moved to a series of prestigious positions in government…