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An Honorable Profession: a podcast that features rising Democratic leaders, brought to you by the NewDEAL and featuring host Ryan Coonerty. Leaders share their personal stories, and discuss ways to restore trust in government, as well as sanity in politics, in an insane era. Follow us on Twitter @newdealleaders, Instagram @anhonorableprofession, and facebook.com/NewDEALLeaders/
 
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Spencer Critchley hosts a Zoom-based "Ask Anything" discussion covering the chaos in the Republican Party, how we can both believe in tolerance and make clear moral judgments about something like the Capitol riot, whether better education would be enough to save democracy, what we can learn from other countries that have had to deal with shameful p…
 
This time, host Spencer Critchley talks about the psychology of sedition, Trumpism as Freudian dream logic, and the apparent belief of Capitol rioters that they were in a movie. Excerpt: In dream logic, the Capitol riot was the start of a patriotic revolution led by Trump. And it was an anti-American plot led by Antifa and BLM. Dream logic not only…
 
Spencer Critchley talks about: Why we can’t “just move on” after the Capitol riot - or everything else that’s happened over the past four years. The circle of shared moral values that must encompass democracy and how each of us can and must defend it — starting by simply speaking up. Lessons from other countries, especially about the consequences o…
 
Just about the only thing many of us are thinking about these days is the endangered state of American democracy, especially since the attempted coup on Jan. 6. In this episode, Spencer Critchley offers some of his thoughts, and invites you to share yours. You can do that at these links: Twitter: @scritchley Facebook: spencer.critchley.page dastard…
 
Check out highlights from some of An Honorable Profession's best episodes of 2020! As we reflect on the protest movement of 2020 and our opportunity to rebuild a better normal in 2021, listen to host Ryan Coonerty talk with Bakari Sellers, political commentator and author of My Vanishing Country, in July 2020.…
 
Recorded during our 10th Annual Leaders Conference in December 2020, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Maricopa County, AZ Recorder Adrian Fontes discuss their work to protect democracy and make the 2020 election accessible and safe on a panel led by Elizabeth Howard, Senior Counsel for the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center.…
 
Host Ryan Coonerty talks with New Democrat Coalition member Congressman Ami Bera, a physician and former public health official who has been serving in Congress since 2012, about his view on what can and must be done to control the pandemic, and what the 2020 election means for the Biden Administration's approach to policy.…
 
Recorded during a October 13 virtual event, Joel Benenson talks with NewDEAL CEO Debbie Cox Bultan about what polling is telling us about the 2020 race and why this moment is different than 2016. NewDEAL Leaders from Arizona, Colorado, and Georgia finish the discussion with a recap of what they're seeing on the ground in these key states.…
 
Zach Friend is an author and a public policy and communications expert who has worked for Barack Obama and John Kerry’s presidential campaigns, the White House Council of Economic Advisers, the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the Democratic National Committee. He’s been featured on and quoted by CNN, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, Fox News, and many ot…
 
The Lincoln Project is made up of top Republican political consultants who are aiming attack ads at a Republican president. We find out why and how from the Lincoln Project's Mike Madrid. Mike is an expert on Latino voting trends, based on work starting with his master’s thesis at Georgetown University. He’s the former press secretary for the Calif…
 
Host Ryan Coonerty talks with Michigan Representative Mari Manoogian, the first Armenian-American in the state house, about her path to public office, how her culture and her early career in international affairs influence her work, and her recent opportunity to address the Democratic National Convention as a rising star in political office.…
 
As a county supervisor in Santa Cruz County, California, Ryan Coonerty is having to cope with two historic challenges: the national coronavirus pandemic and the catastrophic western wildfires. Both disasters have hit his community hard. In this episode, host Spencer Critchley talks with him about leadership in a time of crisis — or crises.…
 
Guest host Debbie Cox Bultan, NewDEAL CEO, talks with Tolleson, AZ Mayor Anna Tovar about her work to protect her community's essential workers, her career as a public servant from council to legislature to mayor, and how Arizona's "sister mayors" are collaborating to slow the spread of coronavirus and address the pandemic's effects.…
 
Host Ryan Coonerty talks with Amanda Nguyen, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and founder of Rise, about her work to advocate for sexual assault survivors, her personal story that led to her civil rights work, and how she's working to fix the criminal justice system through legislation at the federal, state, and local level.…
 
Host Ryan Coonerty talks with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, recently named president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, about how leaders are responding in real time to historic challenges in the pandemic and the work to address systemic discrimination, and his hope that this moment of transition will be different.…
 
Social marketing uses the persuasion techniques normally used to sell potato chips, fashion, detergent, cars, and endless other consumer products, but for social good campaigns. Knowing how to do social marketing right is important to nonprofits, socially responsible corporations, and all other purpose-driven organizations — but all too often, it's…
 
The election of Donald Trump shocked America and the world — and that included Dastardly Cleverness host Spencer Critchley. But Spencer believes now that we should have seen him coming, like we should have seen the approach of this hyper-partisan crisis of democracy we're going through. He's written a book about it, called Patriots of Two Nations: …
 
Brent Colburn’s experience goes back to the Al Gore presidential campaign in 2000, through Howard Dean’s campaign in 2004, both Obama campaigns, FEMA, Homeland Security, HUD, and to the Pentagon, where he was in charge of communications for the Defense Department. After that, he led communications for Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s Chan Zucke…
 
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