With a rapidly churning 24/7 news cycle on multiple platforms, it’s more critical than ever for Americans to also have access to objective, in-depth discussions of the most serious issues facing our country. Practically Political features comprehensive conversations between concerned citizen and pragmatist, Dave Spencer, and political figures from both parties, members of the media and Washington insiders to provide constructive, detailed perspectives on the current state of politics.
Michael Steel is the former Republican National Committee chairman, and Maryland Lieutenant Governor. He’s a political analyst for MSNBC and host of the Michael Steele podcast.
Dave Spencer sits down with Practically Political Executive Producer, Paul Gilbert, to discuss recent developments in the COVID pandemic, the impeachment process and new climate change policy.
Rep. Jackie Speier serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and Committee on Oversight Reform, She is the Co-Chair of the Democratic Women’s Caucus.
Dave Spencer sits down with Practically Political Executive Producer, Paul Gilbert, to discuss the spikes in coronavirus cases, Americans’ irrational opposition to face masks and surprising Supreme Court rulings.
Jonathan Allen is the senior political analyst for NBCNews.com and has covered Congress, the White House and elections over the past 15 years.
The 40th governor of California, and former lieutenant governor and mayor of San Francisco, discusses the state’s homeless crisis, wildfire power blackouts, cannabis revenue and the prospects for Bernie Sanders.
Dave Spencer sits down with Practically Political Executive Producer, Paul Gilbert, to discuss the impeachment trial, Democratic presidential candidates and the keys to the 2020 Election.
Bill Galston is a Senior Fellow in the Brookings Institution’s Governance Studies Program and the Co-Chair of The New Center project. He writes the Politics & Ideas column for the Wall Street Journal and was the Deputy Assistant to President Clinton for Domestic Policy from 1993 to 1995.
Carl Hulse is the chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times. He has also served as the Washington editor of The Times as well as the chief congressional correspondent.