What would happen if rural Democrats could get away from urbanists like Nancy Pelosi with their own brand? And what would it take for Democrats to generally kick it up a notch in areas with lower population density? We ponder the possibilities with former Wyoming Democratic Party executive director Kyle DeBeer
911 gets lots of non-emergency calls, but some cities are trying to deal with them in a way that leads to more efficient and comprehensive care while also (possibly) saving money. We speak to Dr. Robert Holman on what's going on in Washington D.C.
Newspapers are generally obsessed with being all things to all people, and doing so on the internet. But former Rocky Mountain News Washington corespondent M.E. Sprengelmeyer thinks this is exactly the wrong strategy, and he goes about proving his point every week. Meet the man who makes money by running a really good newspaper in tiny Santa Rosa, New Mexico.