Political Radar discusses political topics from multiple points of views while looking for common ground.
The Democratic Candidates VS Green Bay - Eric Drzewiecki - Political Radar - Green Bay
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
The Policies that REALLY Matter - Chuck Collier - Political Radar - Green Bay
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.
The Crimes of Eric Genrich - Phil Jennerjahn - Political Radar - Green Bay
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.
Public School Problems with Jacob Jones - Political Radar - Green Bay
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.
Brown County Board Supervisor Tom Sieber - The Big Picture with Mark Becker
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.
Our Pending Recession - Blind Partisan
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.