Political Radar

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Eric Drzewiecki, joins Elliot for this episode of Political Radar Green Bay. They discuss how will Warren and Sanders policies effect Green Bay and it’s large population of insurance industry employees whether Andrew Yang is sane and knows math, whether Capitalism needs an image re-write
Chuck Collier, Co-Editor/Reporter for the Denmark News joins Elliot for this episode of Political Radar Green Bay. They discuss local engagement in the political process, corporate influence on lawmakers, and the death of the American family farm.
Phil Jennerjahn joins Elliot for this episode of Political Radar Green Bay. They discuss the voting record of Green Bay's newest mayor and the conservative view of the 2020 presidential election.
From Newmakers Network’s Milwaukee studio Elliot discusses the problems with public school with Jacob Jones, Political Radar’s Producer. They discuss the problem of school shootings, the red tape placed on school volunteers, and a recent case of alleged sexual assault from a school employee from Green Bay Southwest High school.
In this laid back episode of the The Big Picture with Mark Becker, Mark sits down with his good friend and Brown County board member, Tom Sieber. Mark and Tom discuss Tom’s winding road of political identity, the political divide in the media, and gerrymandering.
Many economists agree that the world is heading to another recession. In this episode Elliot and Jacob discuss how bad the next recession may or may not be, what we can do to prevent it (nothing), and how we should hold those responsible for the previous recession accountable.
WI State Representative for the 57th District and congressional candidate Amanda Stuck is challenging US Representative Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin’s 8th district on a platform of healthcare reform and receptiveness to the issues facing Wisconsin’s working class. Mark Becker and Amanda discuss how Amanda’s background shapes her as a candidate, The lessons she has learned as an a member of Wisconsin’s minority party, and Congressman Gallagher’s shunning of his community prioritizing party allegiance.
Donald Trump attacked 4 congresswomen* *collectively know as “The Squad”via Twitter. These attacks have been called out by many as racist, however the deciding factor on if it was racist or not seems to be party affiliation.
Representative Staush Gruszynski (Assembly District 90) joins Mark Becker for the very first episode of The Big Picture With Mark Becker. They discuss the extreme divide in the Wisconsin state government and how anything can get done with such a divide.
The 4th of July is a day for Americans to look back at their countries proud history.....or is it? The rise of authoritarianism and cynicism towards the government and wilsonianism intervention has left some Americans more jaded to patriotism/nationalism. Now the controversial president of the US, Donald Trump has set his sights on making the day about him. How will that go over?
Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple are all giant tech companies with massive reach. Recently, some politicians have proposed plans to break up these companies for various reasons. Jacob and Elliot discuss why this may or may not be a good idea and the general control of corporations on America
Jason Jerry, the founder of the Greater Green Bay Society of the Llama and a community activist is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot and Jason talk support for new media, the future of Green Bay under it's new mayor, and local happenings like controversies over liquor licenses.
It is about time for the 2020 Presidential Election Primary. In this episode, Elliot and Jacob discuss the announced candidates and what their goals are.
Changes to the way we vote in the US have been a hot topic over the past few weeks with several states changing their voting systems. In this episode, Elliot and Jacob discuss the effects of the electoral college and some of the alternate systems we could use.
Joe Moore, one of our most frequent guests and candidate for mayor is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot and Joe talk about the results of the mayoral primary, why Joe is pushing a write-in campaign, and what steps we can take to attract people to move to Green Bay.
Brenda Warren, one of Green Bay's School Board candidates is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot and Brenda talk about the steps made to improve the school district and Washington Middle School, security measures in schools, and how/when to cut administrative jobs.
Eric Vanden Heuvel , one of Green Bay's School Board candidates is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot and Kristina about why people leave the school district and thinking outside the box.
Kristina Shelton, one of Green Bay's School Board candidates is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot and Kristina about teacher hiring and why she is running.
Jacob Jones, the producer of Political Radar is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot and Jacob discuss the surprising results of the 2019 Mayoral election Primary for Green Bay, Wisconsin.
John Jahnke, one of Green Bay's School Board candidates is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot asks John about changes that need to be made to the school board and why John is running.
Joe Moore, one of Green Bay's mayoral candidates and a former three term alderman is this episode's guest. In this episode, Elliot asks Joe about his expected outcomes for the race, the things that set hime apart from the crowd and more.
Pat Evans, one of Green Bay's mayoral candidates and the Brown County Supervisor for District 9 is this episodes guest. In this episode, Elliot asks Pat about running car fines, how to balance the city's budget, and the lessons to learn from Monopoly.
Mark Steuer, one of Green Bay's mayoral candidates and Green Bay's Alderman for District 10. In this episode, Elliot asks Mark about the things that set him apart from the crowd andhis reaction to the town hall debate.
The midterm election was a pretty major success for Democrats and has lead to many questions of what will happen in 2019 and beyond. Elliot and Jacob discuss the chances of a Donald Trump Impeachment and throw out some crazy ideas for who might run for president in 2020.
Nick Mortensen is one of several candidates running for the position of Mayor in Green Bay, WI. In this episode, Elliot asks Nick about the current political climate in Green Bay and what distinguishes him from the other candidates on the ballot.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Daniel Jones
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Sep 18th, 2019
Latest Episode
Sep 18th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
173
Avg. Episode Length
37 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Language
English

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