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Best Amelie Halleman podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Amelie Halleman podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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This week, we discuss the recent vote in the House to formalize the impeachment inquiry as well as updates on the status of President Trump's tax returns (which, yes, have still not been released). We also spend time on the 15-day Chicago teacher's strike and what it means for Chicago Public Schools as well as the nation as a whole. Lastly, we cove…
 
Amelie and Paris are back with a new weekly episode. This week, President Trump dominates the headlines once again. Between the backlash he faced for pulling US troops out of Syria, the ongoing Ukrainian scandal coupled with a formal impeachment inquiry, and five recent court rulings that were not in his favor, it has been quite a tumultuous week i…
 
This week, we return to discuss the third round of Democratic debates. This debate marked the first time that the top 10 candidates took the stage together, and would hopefully give us a better idea of where each candidate stands in the race, (spoiler alert: it didn't). In this episode, we summarize the main issues that dominated the discussion and…
 
This week, Amelie and Paris give updates on the citizenship question on the census, Mueller's incoming visit to Congress, new regulations on social media usage, and, of course, the Democratic primary. They spend the rest of the episode reviewing the second most anticipated race in 2020 between Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Democrat…
 
This week, Amelie and Paris discuss the emergency spending bill passed by Congress and how Speaker Pelosi attempts to unify a divided Democratic Party. We then speak on the controversial citizenship question that could potentially be on the 2020 census: what it is, who it will affect, and how. We close out the episode by summarizing President Trump…
 
This week, Paris and Amelie sit down and discuss what happened over the course of the two-night Democratic primary debates. We analyze each candidate's performance and talk about the issues that came up the most and the ones that were rarely mentioned. We pick who we thought were the standouts and who did not live up to expectations. The main takea…
 
Amelie and Paris discuss the recent hearings on Capitol Hill on the impacts of facial recognition technology on civil rights. They also catch up on what the Democratic frontrunners have been doing on the campaign trail and analyze their policy choices as well as potential competition they may face when trying to attract similar voter groups from th…
 
In our fourth Young People in Politics episode, we sit down with Josie Urrea, a high school senior and the first student to ever serve as Vice President of the Anne Arundel County Board of Education. We talk about her unique experience in office as her term draws to a close and what policies she has brought to the school system this past year. Cont…
 
This week, Paris and Amelie discuss what is going on overseas, from Theresa May's resignation and the future of Brexit to US involvement and instability in the Middle East. While we spend a lot of this episode focusing on international news, we end the podcast by discussing the first major pharmaceutical trial for the opioid crisis in Oklahoma. Con…
 
This week, we interview Maryland State Senator Sarah Elfreth. She is the youngest woman currently in the Senate and has been very busy her first legislative session. We talk about the bills she has sponsored, educational and environmental policy, federal politics, and becoming politically active. Stay tuned! We release a weekly summary of the news …
 
This week, Paris Sistilli makes her debut as the new co-host on the podcast! We sit down and discuss the lesser-known 8 of the 23 Democratic candidates. While it is easy to stay informed on the platforms of frontrunners such as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, it is equally as important to stay educated on the policies of the other candidates. Importan…
 
This week, we talk to Rida Alvi, the new Student Member of the Board of Education and the first hijabi to hold the position. We discuss the election, her beginnings with student government, and her policy goals as SMOB. This is also Mallory's last episode co-hosting the podcast. It has been an amazing 19 episodes with her and we will continue to su…
 
We discuss what has happened on Capitol Hill in the last week: the Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve, and the lingering repercussions of Otto Warmbier's death. We also address larger issues the country is facing: the growing anti-vaxx movement and the need for fewer guns in schools in the wake of a Florida bill that would allow teachers to…
 
In the second episode of our sub-series "Young People in Politics," we talk to the ladies behind Our Minds Matter, an organization that aims to reduce the stigma around mental health and advocate for more mental health resources in schools. We discuss their policy goals, how they began their organization, their personal experiences with mental heal…
 
In this episode, we discuss the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral, President Trump’s 2020 Campaign, the Mueller Report, Ilhan Omar’s recent controversy, and Nancy Pelosi's interview with 60 minutes. Throughout the episode, they speculate on the growing divisions that run within the Democratic party and how Speaker Pelosi attempts to unify her House …
 
In a brand new sub-series "Young People in Politics" Amelie and Mallory sit down to interview youth activists leading change in their communities. In this episode, they talk to Amelia Farrell about the importance of advocacy and climate change. From organizing the Youth Climate March to lobbying with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Amelia is heavily…
 
On our 10th episode, we briefly discuss the US trade deficit and more potential presidential candidates for 2020. Our main focus is on recent events in the House of Representatives. Between the Cohen testimony and Ilhan Omar's controversial comments, many stories (such as the first passed gun control bill in two decades) were lost in the mayhem. Th…
 
This week, we focus on the heavily anticipated and mostly underwhelming summit between North Korea and the United States. We discuss the past, present, and future for these two nations where nuclear weapons are concerned and give our own two cents on how President Trump has been handling the situation. As always if you enjoyed the episode be sure t…
 
We mainly focus on the National Emergency that President Trump issued on Friday and its implication for the 2020 election, precedent, and Congress. We also share the results of a poll administered to our peers earlier in the week asking them which democratic candidate(s) for President they have heard of. As always, subscribe and leave a review if y…
 
On the 22nd day of what is now the longest government shutdown ever, we talk about the new era of divided government, standouts from the freshman class entering Congress and how divisions along party lines impede legislative productivity. Recorded January 12th, 2019 Intro/ Outro Music: Jazzaddict's Intro by Cosimo Fogg (201) https://soundcloud.com/…
 
On the inaugural episode of the podcast, Amelie and Mallory discuss the importance of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she has tackled health struggles over the last few weeks, the effects of Chief Justice John Roberts taking the swing vote position on the Supreme Court and the growing number of resignations in the White House. Recorded December 23rd…
 
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