May. 08, 2019 – 2:47 – New York Democrat Rep. Jerrold Nadler has limited power to subpoena things for good purposes, not for political ends, former Clinton adviser Mark Penn argues amid the Barr contempt fight.
In the old days, New York Democrat Rep. Jerrold Nadler was a much-admired progressive congressman — smart, able and representing an important district with strong values and beliefs.
Apr. 25, 2019 – 4:36 – Joe Biden gets cold reception from progressive Democrats; former Clinton pollster Mark Penn and Open Primaries USA president John Opdycke react.
Joe Biden enters 2020 presidential race. Former Vice President Joe Biden announces 2020 presidential bid. He didn’t immediately back the entire Green New Deal or call for single-payer health care. He stressed values and his experience. He’s former Vice President Joe Biden. He has entered the race for president as […]
President Barack Obama was right to warn the Democratic Party that, unless it reshapes its course, it may create a circular firing squad. Historically, just look to the Democratic Party of 1972, when George McGovern lost 49 states to Richard Nixon, another controversial, polarizing president. It was both the high […]
Apr 3, 2019 Former CEO and Chairman of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, has been making headlines while he explores a run for the White House as an Independent. He joins the podcast in the first of two parts to discuss his potential bid. The killing of a University of the South […]
After three major independent and special counsel investigations — one which ended in the resignation of a president, one which went down the wire to impeachment and an acquittal in the Senate and now the Russia-Trump investigation has ended in all but clearing the president and his top staff, it […]
Democrats risk a voter “backlash” if they don’t accept the Mueller report’s no-collusion finding with regard to Russia and the Trump campaign, former Clinton political strategist Mark Penn said Monday. Penn told “Fox & Friends” that he worked with Bill Clinton on impeachment in 1998 and after it was over, […]
“Our long national nightmare is over,” as was said in 1974 — but this time it ends far closer to vindication than to resignation. After an exhaustive investigation, special counsel Robert Mueller did not find that “the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in […]