• CNN Politics’ Nightcap Cites Podcast
  • Column: I really should ready my own columns
  • Column: Millennials can steer 2016, but will they?
  • The Gorilla in the Room
  • Campaign Contrast
  • Indiana Primary Media Wrap-Up
  • CNN Newsroom (5/3/2016)

CNN Politics’ Nightcap Cites Podcast

CNN Politics’ Nightcap, written by former Evansville Courier & Press scribe Eric Bradner, cited the latest The Front Row Seat Presents podcast in their Thursday night newsletter. Republican delegate Bruce Ash tells ex-George W. Bush press aide Pete Seat in his podcast he’s not buying the “conscience caucus” talk because “they hate […]

Column: I really should ready my own columns

How in the world did we not see Donald Trump’s nomination coming? The landscape was ripe for his taking, but very few predicated the ultimate outcome, including me. Except, I did see it coming. I just needed to read my own columns to figure it out. If “2014 is in […]

Column: Millennials can steer 2016, but will they?

America is “looking at the end of civilization in a couple of decades, in the lifetime of the Millennial generation,” posits Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein. Strong words from someone who willingly admits she has no chance of occupying the Oval Office as president of the United States. […]

The Gorilla in the Room

A toddler fell into the Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla habitat. A gorilla grabbed the child. After a few tense moments, the gorilla was shot. What would Donald Trump have done if faced with a similar situation? Come on, don’t act like you didn’t instantly ask yourself that question when you saw […]

Campaign Contrast

Elections are about choices. And with choices there inevitably comes contrast. While we are sure to hear plenty of contrast arguments in the race for governor related to taxes and spending and healthcare in the coming months, today I want to focus on the contrast of approach. Namely, how each […]

Indiana Primary Media Wrap-Up

Well, it was fun while it lasted. For two weeks, Indiana was the center of the political universe and that meant a lot of conversations with national and local media about what would happen and what it would all mean. Here’s a rundown of all the stories I was quoted […]

CNN Newsroom (5/3/2016)

What would Primary Day be without a visit to CNN? I joined host Brooke Baldwin, as well as Trump spokesperson Healy Baumgardner and former RNC spokesperson Genevieve Wood, to talk about Ted Cruz’s Primary Day meltdown and what issues are of most interest to Hoosiers. CNN Newsroom May 3 2016.MP4

 

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CNN Politics’ Nightcap Cites Podcast

CNN Politics’ Nightcap Cites Podcast

CNN Politics’ Nightcap, written by former Evansville Courier & Press scribe Eric Bradner, cited the latest The Front Row Seat Presents podcast in their Thursday night newsletter. Republican delegate Bruce Ash tells ex-George W. Bush...

 

Episode XV: Bruce Ash & The Conscience of a Delegate

Episode XV: Bruce Ash & The Conscience of a Delegate

The Republican National Convention is producing a little more drama and RNC Member Bruce Ash of Arizona, the chairman of the Standing Committee on Rules, is out to stop the growing movement to pass a “conscience clause” in its tracks. He...

 

Episode XIV: Dick Lugar & The Worldview of a Statesman

Episode XIV: Dick Lugar & The Worldview of a Statesman

Few people have had the front row seat to local, state and national politics that Dick Lugar has had in his life. The former United States Senator and one-time presidential candidate joins us to discuss his thoughts on how policy makers should...

 

Column: I really should ready my own columns

Column: I really should ready my own columns

How in the world did we not see Donald Trump’s nomination coming? The landscape was ripe for his taking, but very few predicated the ultimate outcome, including me. Except, I did see it coming. I just needed to read my own columns to figure...

 

Column: Millennials can steer 2016, but will they?

Column: Millennials can steer 2016, but will they?

America is “looking at the end of civilization in a couple of decades, in the lifetime of the Millennial generation,” posits Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein. Strong words from someone who willingly admits she has no chance...

 

Episode XIII: Jay Panda & Mr. Modi Comes to Washington

Episode XIII: Jay Panda & Mr. Modi Comes to Washington

Mr. Jay Panda, a Member of the Indian Parliament, joins the show to discuss Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States, the Track II dialogue taking place as part of that visit, how the New York Times is wrong to call...

 

The Gorilla in the Room

The Gorilla in the Room

A toddler fell into the Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla habitat. A gorilla grabbed the child. After a few tense moments, the gorilla was shot. What would Donald Trump have done if faced with a similar situation? Come on, don’t act like you didn’t...

 

Episode XII: Christine Matthews & The Pollster’s Dilemma

Episode XII: Christine Matthews & The Pollster’s Dilemma

Respected Republican pollster Christine Matthews drops by The Front Row Seat Presents to tell us why she loves Ireland as well as to explain how polling works, what pollsters do and the timely topic of the struggles of polling in the 2016 election...

 

Campaign Contrast

Campaign Contrast

Elections are about choices. And with choices there inevitably comes contrast. While we are sure to hear plenty of contrast arguments in the race for governor related to taxes and spending and healthcare in the coming months, today I want to...

 

Episode XI: Carrie Lingo & The Life of an Olympian

Episode XI: Carrie Lingo & The Life of an Olympian

What’s it like to live in the Olympic Village and compete in the Summer Olympics? Carrie Lingo, a member of the 2008 USA Women’s Field Hockey Team, gives us a front row seat perspective to her experiences in Beijing, China, representing...

 
 
 
 
 
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