campaign finance

The Baltimore Bureau Podcast Show: September 21, 2018

The Baltimore Bureau Podcast Show: September 21, 2018

September 25, 2018

Khalilah Harris, Eze Jackson, and social activist Kwame Rose sit down to talk about sexual abuse on college campuses, campaign financing, the Maryland Gubernatorial race, and more

John Dean Brought Down Nixon; Michael Cohen Could Bring Down Trump

August 23, 2018

The revelations in Michael Cohen’s guilty plea could be the beginning of Trump’s unraveling. The lies and laws broken may spark a constitutional crisis.  We explore the case with Doug Colbert, Professor at the University of Maryland School of Law    

DNC Reverses Ban on Accepting Fossil Fuel Industry Money

August 16, 2018

DNC Chair Tom Perez reversed an agreement to ban accepting money from the fossil fuel industry that created a firestorm of protests, we speak with Janet Redman, climate change director at Greenpeace

How Powerful is the NRA?

February 28, 2018

The NRA’s influence in Washington doesn’t come from spending money directly on elections; it comes from the organization’s ability to mobilize its vast and extremely engaged membership, says Benjamin McKean of Ohio State University

What’s Preventing California Democrats From Passing Medicare For All?

February 8, 2018

California Democratic Party leaders are rallying behind an incumbent state senator who opposes Medicare for All and has ties to the medical industry

Donna Brazile’s Boost for a Democratic Party Overhaul

November 3, 2017

As Donna Brazile outs the Clinton campaign and DNC for rigging the 2016 primary, a group of progressive Democrats detail how their party eroded and how it can be revitalized

Nina Turner on Why Ossoff Lost in Georgia Special Election

June 21, 2017

Nina Turner and Paul Jay discuss the major funding by the Democratic Party in a race held in a Republican district with a median income of $84000

What Influence Does Wall Street Have Over Candidates Clinton and Sanders?

December 22, 2015

OpenSecret.org’s Will Tucker and former financial regulator Bill Black respond to Hillary Clinton’s comments on her ties to Wall Street