Casting, counting, and certifying – those are the three key components of voting and elections in America. Democrats are focused on the first, and Republicans on the second – but Margaret and Ryan make the case that it’s the certification of results that is an area of genuine potential progress in a closely divided nation. …
No Labeling Podcast
One year after the violence at the U.S. Capitol proved just where partisan divisions can lead, Ryan and guest co-host Liz Morrison look back on that day and look ahead to possible ways to heal the divide. Click here to listen on Spotify Podcasts Click here to listen on Apple Podcasts
As 2021 draws to a close, Margaret and Ryan make their predictions for the new year, both inside the Beltway and beyond. Listen on Spotify here. Listen on Apple podcasts here.
Margaret and Ryan break down Sen. Joe Manchin’s call for Democrats to do better than the current Build Back Better Act – why the West Virginia centrist made that decision, and what it means for policy heading into an election year. Listen on Spotify here. Listen on Apple podcasts here.
Does the infrastructure bill need to be an outlier? Margaret doesn’t think so, arguing that there are many current opportunities for two-party solutions on Capitol Hill. Plus, No Labels veterans Margaret and Ryan mark 11 years since the organization’s founding. Listen on Spotify podcasts here Listen on Apple Podcasts here
He was Al Gore’s running mate in 2000 and then, improbably, almost found himself on a cross-party ticket with his close friend John McCain just eight years later. This week, No Labels National Co-chair and former Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman is our special guest, talking about his new book, filled with fascinating stories about what …
With just one month left in 2021, Congress still has to complete all 12 must-pass appropriations bills – plus keep the U.S. from defaulting on its debt obligations. Margaret and Ryan wonder why this always seems to happen, and if this Congress can get it done. Click here to listen on Spotify Click here to …
Lots of Americans gripe about politicians at the Thanksgiving dinner table. Margaret and Ryan turn things around and talk about some current lawmakers they are thankful to have in Washington. Listen on Spotify HERE Listen on Apple Podcasts HERE
Monday’s signing of the bipartisan infrastructure bill was a big win for all Americans. But what does it say about the state of our politics that some Republicans are facing death threats for voting for it? .
After more false starts than they care to remember, Margaret and Ryan finally get to celebrate the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill.