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Best Stephanopoulos podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Stephanopoulos podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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In this episode, The guys head to a hockey game, while Ross is reminiscing about his first time with Carol. The ladies have a slumber party and wonder if they’ve made the right decisions in their lives. Plus, did George Stephanopoulous ever make an appearance in this episode? Was he really a sex symbol in the 90's? And who is the pizza guy who deli…
 
In this episode Rachel and Ross have a laundry date together, Ross helps her feel empowered while learning how to separate laundry loads. They even share their first “casual” kiss together. Meanwhile, did Monica forget a special anniversary of Ross’ while her and Joey are trying to break up Angela and Bob? And last but especially not least, Janice …
 
KTLA News Director Jason Ball and Producers Jackie and Vanessa tackle all things Friends one episode at a time with different perspectives. In this Episode we talk the perfect way each character was introduced, the nervous behavior of Ross, and who was the biggest star in the beginning of the series. Plus, fun facts about what other actors audition…
 
KTLA News Director Jason Ball and Producers Jackie and Vanessa tackle all things Friends one episode at a time with different perspectives. In this episode, we dive into the dynamics between Monica and Ross with their parents Jack and Judy. Plus, who doesn’t want to look good when they have to visit their ex-fiancé, does Rachel regret leaving Barry…
 
KTLA News Director Jason Ball and Producers Jackie and Vanessa tackle all things Friends one episode at a time with different perspectives. In this episode, you start to see other Friends personalities being developed. From Phoebe coming across all that money, and the thumb she finds in the soda, to Monica’s relationship with Allen, and the rest of…
 
Is the state of Georgia going to disenfranchise voters over missing hyphens on voter registration cards? What can be done about new strict voting rules, such as the North Dakota residential address rule that may disenfranchise Native American voters? Will the Supreme Court with new Justice Kavanaugh protect minority voting rights?On Season 2, Episo…
 
Does Michael Cohen's guilty plea to campaign finance violations implicate the President in criminal campaign finance activity? What about the defenses that the President has raised to these charges? Did Trump or the Trump campaign violate the prohibition on soliciting foreign contributions with their summer 2016 meeting with Russian government oper…
 
After a long hiatus, the ELB Podcast is back in time for the midterm election season with a great first guest!What is the state of voting rights in America? What did the ACLU's lawsuit against Kris Kobach over the state of Kansas's "show us your papers" citizenship voting law teach us about the extent of the voter fraud problem? What's at stake in …
 
What is the connection between Republican Party extremism before Trump and the rise of Trump? What kinds of economic and political reforms can best preserve American democracy? What will life after Trump, and Trumpism, look like in the United States?On Episode 19 of the ELB Podcast, we talk with Tom Mann and Norm Ornstein, co-authors with E.J. Dion…
 
Is the Supreme Court ready to finally rein in partisan gerrymandering? Can social science give us a manageable standard to decide when there's too much politics in redistricting? Is the "efficiency gap" Justice Kennedy's holy grail?On Episode 18 of the ELB Podcast, we talk with Eric McGhee of he Public Policy Institute of California and Nick Stepha…
 
In this era of polarization in politics, how much power does Congress have compared to the President and the courts? Is the Republican Congress a meaningful check on President Trump? How well does Congress do at policing ethical lapses of its own members?On Episode 17 of the ELB Podcast, we talk with Josh Chafetz, Cornell Law School professor and a…
 
Will earlier work to improve the voters' experience at the polls be abandoned thanks to unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud? Is the "Election Integrity" commission established by President Trump going to undermine efforts to improve voting rights? Is there a future for the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, one of whose members is joining the T…
 
Is this year's concern about "election rigging" and violence at the polls unprecedented? Where do Donald Trump's claims fit within disputes over American elections? Have we as a country gotten better since Bush v. Gore at resolving our election disputes?On Episode 15 of the ELB Podcast, we talk with Ohio State's Ned Foley, author of Ballot Battles:…
 
Did Justice Ginsburg go too far in her comments against presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump? Should comments like Justice Ginsburg's be protected by the First Amendment, and would they be grounds for recusal in a future Clinton v. Trump case? Are judicial rules which bar endorsements of candidates and political statements by judges unconsti…
 
Is the American election system ready to handle 2016? Has the country done what it can to prevent long lines and election breakdowns? Can the U.S. Election Assistance Commission help Democrats and Republicans to move beyond the Voting Wars?On Episode 13 of the ELB Podcast, we talk to Thomas Hicks, Chair of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, a…
 
Has the country moved from a period of deep political dysfunction to something bordering on authoritarianism, with the rise of Donald Trump? Does the rise of Bernie Sanders on the left mean Democrats are moving to the extremes like Republicans? What would a Hillary Clinton presidency with a Republican House look like? On Episode 12 of the ELB Podca…
 
How does a Commissioner on the Federal Election Commission skeptical of regulation enforce the law? Is there a sound basis for limiting foreign money in elections? Why does the FEC deadlock along party lines, and what can be done about staff unhappiness at the FEC?On Episode 11 of the ELB Podcast, we talk to Republican FEC Commissioner Lee Goodman.…
 
What has happened to African-American voting rights after the Supreme Court's 2013 decision in Shelby County v. Holder? Can the Voting Rights Act still protect minority voting rights in states such as Alabama and Texas? What are the prospects that a new Congress will step in to protect everyone's right to vote?On Episode 10 of the ELB Podcast, we t…
 
Will the Republican presidential nomination fight go beyond the primaries to a contested convention? Are the rules Republicans passed to assign delegates going to lead to chaos? What's different about this election cycle, and are Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders fighting for the same voters?On Episode 9 of the ELB Podcast, we talk to noted Republica…
 
What is the state of voting rights in the United States as we approach the 2016 elections? Has the loss of a key portion of the Voting Rights Act thanks to the Supreme Court's Shelby County decision made it harder to register and vote? What tools do voting rights advocates have to fight the latest efforts to restrict access to the ballot?On Episode…
 
What is the state of campaign financing in the U.S.? How have things changed in the Citizens United era? Is the Federal Election Commission dysfunctional, and if so do personalities or ideology explain the spate of high profile Commission deadlocks?On Episode 7 of the ELB Podcast, we talk to Federal Election Commissioner Ellen Weintraub.…
 
Can the Supreme Court handle social science evidence in election law cases? Will lack of good data determine the outcome of the Supreme Court's upcoming one person, one vote decision in Evenwel v. Abbott? What role will and should evidence play in assessing questions such as the constitutionality of McCain-Feingold's soft money ban or Texas's stric…
 
What is the state of Latino voting rights in the state of Texas and beyond? What's happening with the never-ending redistricting litigation in San Antonio, raising questions about whether Texas discriminated against Latino voters and others? Has the demise of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act thanks to the Supreme Court's 2013 decision in Shelby C…
 
Have efforts to reform the American political system backfired? Do changes in rules for campaign financing, redistricting, government transparency and election administration have unintended and undesirable consequences? On this special Episode 4 of the ELB Podcast, we hear from Bruce Cain, author of the terrific new book, Democracy, More or Less, …
 
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