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In November 2020, all roads really did lead to and through Pennsylvania. Besides for providing its crucial 20 electoral votes, suburban counties like Delaware and Chester highlighted exactly how Biden-Harris won–while more rural counties like Fayette and Lawrence, which Trump-Pence improved in, show the epitome of the Democratic problem. This podcast looks at the shifting tides in every corner of the Commonwealth, but it does so through an untraditional lens. We won’t just be interviewing el ...
 
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE Ari Mittleman is an experienced consultant and now author, working at the nexus of politics, policy-making and the press in Washington, D.C. From his beginnings in Pennsylvania, Ari has served on political campaigns in the U.S., and immersed himself deeply in Jewish and policy outreach to countries around the world. As a native P…
 
As he prepares to step down from the helm of the Committee of 70, David Thornburgh provides us a nuanced perspective on redistricting. David's team has empowered thousands of Pennsylvanians through a hands-on citizen mapping initiative. This non-partisan Philadelphia non-profit is the most comprehensive good government group in Pennsylvania with ce…
 
The Renaissance Educator and Tikvah Dean Rabbi Mark Gottlieb is Dean of the Tikvah Institute at Yale University, as well as a longtime celebrated principal at the Maimonides School in Boston and MTA in New York, two of Modern Orthodoxy's flagship institutions. Rabbi Gottlieb discusses his own personal journey towards Jewish tradition, and his early…
 
As we await the new lines, Season 3 will focus intensively on redistricting. Carol Kuniholm leads a volunteer army of Pennsylvanians. Carol and her diverse coalition believe that our government must be of, by, and for the people and this all begins with how the lines are drawn. She provides a nonpartisan perspective on the grassroots work of the la…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE “Ambassador of Joy”. Those three words best describe Barry Shore, a man who, having become paralyzed overnight after years of success as an entrepreneur, used his experience to better the lives of those around him. Barry is a motivational speaker, bestselling author, and transformer of people’s lives. His charisma and infectious …
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Daniel Levin has traveled a wide ranging and fascinating path in his lifetime. Having grown up in several different cultures in the Middle East and Africa, he has devoted his life to working in geopolitical spheres to help governments navigate their way through political reform and economic development. Ari and Daniel discuss mod…
 
Avram Miller - The Intel Guru Avram Miller is best recognized for co-founding Intel Capital, the computer industry's most successful corporate investment organization. While at Intel, he was Vice President of Corporate Development. Miller was a major influence behind the creation of residential broadband, which was a crucial component in the develo…
 
Happy Halloween! Two days out from Election Day, we conclude Season 2 in Lancaster County. The race for Manheim Township Board of Commissioners features unprecedented spending and an intense debate about development and farmland preservation. Stella Sexton, who has lived in the county her whole life, discusses why Manheim Township has trended blue …
 
Author Dara Horn urges us to examine the reasons behind our fascination with Jewish deaths as representative of the worst of humanity's ills, and our lack of regard for Jewish lives as they unfold in the present. In her book, “People Love Dead Jews: Reports from a Haunted Present,” Dara draws on her own family's experiences — trying to explain Shak…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Follow Shari Wallack on her amazing journey of transformation and self-discovery, as she rises “From Hell to Challah”. Shari had her professional career upended as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, experienced a mental health crisis, and emerged from the hospital committed to finding a new path for her life. Little did she know …
 
We sit down with the presumptive next Mayor of Allentown. A marathon runner and first time candidate, Matt Tuerk shares how he won a contested primary and what his vision is for the city and the region. Matt speaks to how he has engaged the large and growing Latino community. He offers sage advice to statewide candidates who hope to win big in Alle…
 
“A CEO trapped in a Rabbi’s body.” In this frank, honest conversation, Aish HaTorah CEO Steven Burg shares the story of his career. Together, we explore his roots and track the realization of his potential while working for major global Jewish organizations. As the son of a Brooklyn Rabbi, he credits his father for firmly establishing in him a deep…
 
Next month, the hottest race on the ballot in Dauphin County is the open seat for Controller. This position oversees every dime of a $258M+ annual budget. For a generation, Eric Epstein has been a good government watchdog and an environmental activist. He is a member of the Central Dauphin School Board. We sit down for a unique perspective on how D…
 
Amplifying 1,000,000 Gen Z Voices With Sophie Beren Gen Z is the generation that comes after the Millennials and before Generation Alpha. Beginning birth years are the mid-to-late 1990s, and ending birth years are the early 2010s, according to researchers and popular media. Most Generation Z people are Generation X's offspring. Generation Z has bee…
 
Welcome back for Season 2 where you'll meet unique candidates on the ballot this November with important messages for statewide candidates next year. Max Conway from Dunmore, Lackawanna, County, has only been eligible to vote for about a decade. Yet, he is poised to be Mayor in January. He discusses his impressive grassroots social media-driven cam…
 
The Hospitality Guru & Jewish Futures Pledge Founder: A Conversation with Mike Leven Mike Leven was immersed in Jewish life throughout his childhood in Boston. He attended shul and Hebrew school, spent his summers at Jewish camp, and played baseball at the YMHA. His parents worked hard, and tzedakah was a vital element of their Jewish identity. Mik…
 
Twenty years after the darkest day in American history, we sit down with Governor Mark Schweiker. He reflects on the historic transition from Lt. Governor to Governor just three weeks after the attacks. He elaborates on the unprecedented collaboration Harrisburg had with Washington. We end with a discussion of the importance of bipartisanship.…
 
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