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Trump and the Fate of the Administrative State

8/2/2017
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In this sixth and final episode, Tony talks with the Claremont Institute’s John Marini about the origins of the administrative state and the current political scene. A professor of political science at the University of Nevada-Reno, Marini argues that centralized bureaucracy has displaced the Founding Fathers’ vision of a constitutional republic. Their discussion touches on political philosophy, the decline of party politics, and the rise of Donald Trump.

Duration: 00:41:17


Episode 5: Reforming the Administrative State

7/26/2017
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In this fifth episode, Tony talks with Elaine Kamarck of the Brookings Institution and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. A founding director of the Clinton administration's National Performance Review, she makes a case for reforming rather than abandoning the administrative state by improving Congressional oversight, making agencies more efficient, and clarifying what we think the federal government should and should not be doing in the first place. Their discussion touches on the...

Duration: 00:40:54


Episode 4: Empowering the Administrative State

7/19/2017
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The Future of the Administrative State is a weekly podcast, hosted by RealClearPolicy editor Tony Mills, that explores the virtues and vices of administrative power in the era of Trump. In this fourth episode, Tony talks with Nicholas Bagley, a professor of law at the University of Michigan, who argues that contemporary critiques of executive power miss the mark. What we really need, he thinks, is not more “judicial review” of administrative actions, but more “judicial humility.” Their...

Duration: 00:37:49


Episode 3: The Case for the Administrative State

7/12/2017
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The Future of the Administrative State is a weekly podcast, hosted by RealClearPolicy editor Tony Mills, that explores the virtues and vices of administrative power in the era of Trump. In this third episode, Tony talks with Paul Verkuil, former chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States (2010–2015) and senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. His most recent book, Valuing Bureaucracy: The Case for Professional Government, makes a positive case for the...

Duration: 00:37:12


Episode 2: Confronting the Administrative Threat

7/4/2017
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The Future of the Administrative State is a weekly podcast, hosted by RealClearPolicy editor Tony Mills, that explores the virtues and vices of administrative power in the era of Trump. In this second episode, Tony talks with Columbia Law School’s Philip Hamburger, author of 'Is Administrative Law Unlawful?' and 'The Administrative Threat'. In a discussion that touches on the monarchical concept of absolute power and German political philosophy, Hamburger explains why he thinks the...

Duration: 00:33:55


The Future of the Administrative State with Tony Mills - Ep. 1

6/28/2017
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The Future of the Administrative State is a weekly podcast that explores the virtues and vices of administrative power. In this first episode, Real Clear Policy editor Tony Mills breaks the subject down with Adam White, a research fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution. Talking points include Steve Bannon's use of the term 'administrative state', along with the innovative use of administrative power by former President Barack Obama's administration to implement a domestic agenda.

Duration: 00:32:55


Politics Is Everything Episode 6: Sports

6/12/2017
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Politics Is Everything Episode 6: Sports by RealClearPolitics

Duration: 00:37:26


Politics Is Everything Episode 5: Fashion

6/1/2017
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In episode five of “Politics is Everything, Caitlin Huey-Burns looks at the connection between politics and fashion. She talks with Kate Bennett of CNN, who is a former fashion editor and covers the first lady, and with Robin Givhan, fashion editor for the Washington Post.

Duration: 00:31:46


Politics Is Everything Episode 4: Food

5/25/2017
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In episode four of “Politics is Everything,” Caitlin Huey-Burns examines the relationship between politics and food. She speaks with Maura Judkis, food and culture reporter for the Washington Post, and Cornell University professor David Sherwyn.

Duration: 00:26:03


Politics is Everything Episode 2: Media

5/11/2017
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Politics is Everything Episode 2: Media by RealClearPolitics

Duration: 00:29:05


Politics is Everything Episode 1: Comedy

5/4/2017
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The first episode explores the world of late night comedy, where certain programs that have focused more on politics have seen an uptick in ratings. Guests include Sopan Deb of the New York Times and Ben Terris of the Washington Post, along with Professor Sophia McClennen, an expert on satire and democracy.

Duration: 00:33:35


The First 100 Days - Episode 14

4/26/2017
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In our final episode, RealClearPolitics managing editor Emily Goodin talks to Cliff Sims, Special Assistant to the President and Assistant Communications Director for White House Message Strategy, about the president’s first 100 days. Then RealClearWorld editor Joel Weickgenant talks with Robert Zaretsky, a professor at the University of Houston, and an expert in foreign policy matters about the political situation in Europe.

Duration: 00:33:03


The First 100 Days - Episode 12

4/12/2017
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In our twelfth episode, RealClearEducation editor Christopher Beach travels to Kansas City, Missouri, to talk with Awais Sufi, President and CEO of SchoolSmartKC, about the launch of his new education nonprofit dedicated to closing the achievement gap in Kansas City public schools. He also speaks with Aaron North, Vice President of Education at the Kauffman Foundation, which was instrumental in the inception and launch of SchoolSmartKC.

Duration: 00:28:56


The First 100 Days - Episode 11

4/6/2017
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In our eleventh episode, Bureau Chief Carl Cannon speaks with former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle about the role of the filibuster in the Senate. And RealClearPolicy editor Tony Mills talks with the Hoover Institute’s Adam White about the legal impact Neil Gorsuch will have on the Supreme Court.

Duration: 00:49:27


The First 100 Days - Episode 10

3/29/2017
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In our tenth episode, RealClearPolicy’s Tony Mills talks with Brookings Institution’s Bill Gale about tax reform and the upcoming battle in Congress. And RealClearDefense editor David Craig talks with Metin Gurcan, a columnist for Al-Monitor's Turkey Pulse, about the Middle East.

Duration: 00:48:30


The First 100 Days - Episode 9

3/22/2017
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In our ninth episode, RealClearPolitics national political correspondent Caitlin Huey Burns talks to Dan Holler, the Vice President of Heritage Action, a conservative group opposed to the GOP healthcare bill. And RealClearWorld editor Joel Weickgenant talks with Kaj Leers, the campaign analyst for the Dutch daily de Volkskrant, about the results from the Netherlands election and a preview of the upcoming French elections.

Duration: 00:36:09


The First 100 Days - Episode 8

3/15/2017
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In our eighth episode, RealClearDefense editor David Craig and RealClearBooks editor John Waters talk with Sen. John McCain about the upcoming defense budget and the Russian hacking allegations.

Duration: 00:16:06


The First 100 Days - Episode 7

3/8/2017
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In our seventh episode, congressional correspondent James Arkin talks with Rep. Mark Meadows, the chairman of the House Freedom Caucus. Then, RealClearPolicy editor Tony Mills talks with Jonathan Rauch of the Atlantic.

Duration: 00:55:43


The First 100 Days - Episode 6

3/1/2017
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In our sixth episode, associate editor A.B. Stoddard has an exclusive interview with Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer. Then, RealClearWorld editor Kevin Sullivan talks with Al-Monitor Diplomatic correspondent Laura Rozen about Trump's Mideast policy.

Duration: 00:42:42


The First 100 Days - Episode 5

2/22/2017
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In our fifth episode, congressional correspondent James Arkin talks with Angel Padilla and Sarah Dohl of Indivisible – a group organizing the protests of congressional townhall meetings. Then, RealClearEducation editor Chris Beach talks with Republican Rep. Virginia Foxx of North Carolina, the new chairwoman of the House Education Committee.

Duration: 00:52:58

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