What exactly is a big tent? Is there a line as to who can enter?Continue reading “Civil Politics Supplemental (7/20/21): A Big Tent”
We continued our conversation with Kristina Mensik, National Campaign Director for The National Council For Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls. We ask the important question: What are some opposing responses to their work to make sure the incarcerated have their vote?Continue reading “Civil Politics Supplemental (5/27/21): The Varied Responses to Enfranchising the Incarcerated”
A special episode, recorded just after the Senate vote that resulted in the acquittal of former President Trump. How did this happen? What do we do next?
Further Reading:Continue reading “Civil Politics Supplemental (2/13/21): Is There a Solution to the Republican Party?”
A VFR Election Night 2020 extravaganza! a 3 hour broadcast hosted by members of WXOJ’s weekly political shows!
Civil Politics: Janra Roberts, Sue Timberlake, Michael
Occupy the Airwaves: Stephen Linsky, Paki Weiland, Bob Gardner, Bruce Miller, Emikan Sudan
Occupy the Airwaves airs on WXOJ-LP 103.3FM every Sunday at 10am!Continue reading “Civil Politics Supplemental (11/3/20): VFR Election Night Special 2020”
This supplemental we welcome Greg Dennis from the Yes on 2 campaign to talk the ins and outs of Ranked Choice Voting (or RCV), what it could mean for the commonwealth, and why it can be important for the voting process long term.
In this Supplemental, we were able to speak to Jeanné Lewis about how the pandemic has affected her campaign for At-Large City Councillor. You can find her socials below!
A continuation of the discussion over the ideas presented in Crisis! When Political Parties Lose the Consent to Rule. by Professor Cedric DeLeon, and then discuss how we should refer to our elected leaders.
A continuation from the last supplemental, the panel moves on to talking about who they can and can’t support and why.
Stacey, Mike, and Sue talk about the recent endorsement of Bernie Sanders by Joe Rogan.
Over the holiday break I was able to interview Jeanné Lewis, who is running for At-Large Councilor in Washington, DC! I had a great time talking to her, especially about how our national politics affects the people of the District locally. If you want to know more about Jeanné check out the links below: