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Dueling Facts, Reinforcing Values

May 29th, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Morgan Marietta, an associate professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Jamie Burnett, a policy and political strategy consultant in New Hampshire. They discuss dueling fact perceptions and their impact on national policy, what it is like working behind the scenes on campaigns and in Washington and how young leaders can make a difference.

Alice Rivlin: Remembering an Economic Patriot

May 22nd, 2019

Concord Coalition Executive Director Bob Bixby hosts the show this week, as he speaks with former colleagues of the late Alice Rivlin. National Field Director Phil Smith, 'Economist Mom' Diane Lim and AFP Senior Policy Fellow Alison Acosta Winters reflect upon the opportunities they had to work with Rivlin and their admiration for the fiscal policy legend. 

Nonpartisan, Public Education, That’s It

May 15th, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Concord Coalition Executive Director Bob Bixby and Communications Director Steve Winn. They discuss Concord's history, Congressional Budget Office analysis of the President's FY 2020 budget proposal, how media coverage of fiscal policy has changed over the years and how the fiscal responsibility conversation has changed.

Washingtonian Policy and The Evolving Economy

May 8th, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Concord Coalition Executive Director Bob Bixby and Policy Director Josh Gordon, as well as economist Diane Lim for the next "Economist Mom" segment. They discuss potential legislation in Congress on tax extenders, interest on the debt, how the economy has changed and ways for the federal government to adapt to that change.

Tax Cuts and Health Care Costs

May 1st, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Adam Lord, a CPA and manager for Penchansky & Co., which is a full service CPA firm in Manchester, NH. They discuss the impacts of changes in the federal tax code on the heels of the 2017 reforms. Portions of the recent public forum “Health Care Costs: Key Federal and State Strategies” were also broadcast. The forum, hosted at the Warren B. Rudman Center in Concord, NH, featured a panel of three policy experts, Joe Antos, Trish Riley and John McDonough.

Trustees’ Warning: Time Running Out

April 24th, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Marc Goldwein, senior vice president for the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, Concord Coalition Executive Director Bob Bixby and economist Diane Lim. They discuss the recently published Social Security and Medicare Trustees' Reports, as well as the nation's economy, work force development and the need for fiscally responsible growth policies during the latest 'Economist Mom' segment.

Health Care Rx: Transparency, Competition and Choice

April 17th, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Concord Coalition Executive Director Bob Bixby and Joe Antos, the Wilson H. Taylor Scholar in Health Care and Retirement Policy at the American Enterprise Institute. They discuss the nation's health care system and potential reforms to help reduce cost growth.

Fiscal Therapy with Bill Gale

April 10th, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Concord Coalition Executive Director Bob Bixby, economist Diane Lim and Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Bill Gale for the next "Economist Mom" segment. They discuss Gale's newly published book "Fiscal Therapy" and the plan he outlined to put our nation on a more sustainable, forward-looking fiscal path.

Political Persuasion: Tradition and New Tech

April 3rd, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by New Hampshire Institute of Politics Executive Director Neil Levesque and political strategist Dante Vitagliano. They discuss the New Hampshire Primary, presidential candidates, campaign strategies, voter priorities, fiscal policy and more.

Health Care Spending and ‘Medicare for All’

March 27th, 2019

Chase is joined on the show by Concord Coalition Executive Director Bob Bixby and Policy Director Josh Gordon. They discuss the nation's health care system and the concept of Medicare for All.