Talking with Democratic Party strategist Rich Masters was especially fun for me because Rich is from Illinois and I lived in Chicago, where after receiving my master’s degree from the Medill School at Northwestern, worked […]
It shouldn’t have come as a surprise to anyone that Signature Theatre’s artistic director Eric Schaeffer would find a way to restage Les Miserables and create a brilliant new experience for the musical’s legions of […]
Robert Prosky, the venerable Washington actor who died this week at 77 was a uniquely stunning talent. His comfortable, pillowy face was a face Eugene O’Neill or Arthur Miller must have envisioned. Prosky was everyman […]
Welcome to Focus Washington. With that said, I have officially become a blogger. It is something I have resisted. As a life-long print journalist, I have always understood and quoted the wise words of Samuel […]
I asked David Weinberg, a partner and the chair of the environment and safety practice at the Washington law firm of Wiley Rein, to discuss how the Obama Administrations economic stimulus package could clash with […]
Jim Wilson, Partner at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease, today discussed with me the potential changes to antitrust law in the upcoming Obama administration.
On today’s edition of Focus Washington I talked with Karen Hanretty, Communication Director for the NRCC, about the future unemployed republicans and where they might go once the Bush Administration and the 111th Congress finish […]
I asked Quin Hillyer, Associate editor of the Washington Examiner and columnist for the American Spectator, discusses the future of the GOP following their embarrassing 2008 election cycle. Where do they go from here and […]
Doug Poretz, a founding partner of Qorvis Communications, talks with me about the role of communications in the current economic crisis and the future role of communications in the Obama Administration.
With extensive experience on Capital Hill and considered one of the leading experts on the U.S. budget and congressional budget process in Washington, DC, I asked Stan Collender, one of the leading experts on federal […]
This is it, the final hours of the 2008 Presidential campaign. I asked Associate editor of the Washington Examiner and columnist for the American Spectator Quin Hillyer along with Democratic Strategist Rich Masters to square-off […]
With the election around the corner and only five days left, I sit down to discuss the final hours of the 2008 Presidential campaign with Associate editor of the Washington Examiner and columnist for the […]
Today, I spoke with Susan Eisenhower, president of the Eisenhower Group Inc., granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, a former Republican Party official and now a supporter of Barack Obama for President. I talked with […]
This time around, I asked political commentator Bill Press to discuss the presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain on October 15, 2008. In a partisan interview Bill Press proclaims John McCain a phony.
On assignment elsewhere, I asked Rich Masters to stand in for me. Rich asks former advisor to Colin Powell, Matt Lauer, who he thought won the debate and what his predictions are moving forward.
In ths edition I disscuss the first presidential debate with well-known pollster Dr. Ron Faucheux. Dr. Faucheux was a founder of Campaings and Elections magazine and is well respected around the polling community.
Here I provide Rich Masters with some high-praise by asking him about what will happen in the presidential debate. As always, Masters provides the Democratic Party talking points in an insightful manner.
In this quick episode, Dr. Ron Faucheux, the former publisher of Campaigns and Elections and Washington pollster, tells Rich Masters about what is going to happen during this year’s election. I think he does a […]
Rich Masters appears on the premier episode of Focus Washington to discuss the Obama campaign. Focus Washington is an online television series that analyzes complex policy issues in entertaining 2-minute to 5-minute Webisodes. The program […]