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Beltway Banthas is a monthly Star Wars podcast about the intersection of Star Wars and politics. Host, Stephen Kent, draws from politics IRL and connects the big problems we face to lessons in the Star Wars universe. Whether it be discourse about redemption, empathy, humility or hot button topics ranging from racial justice to cancel culture, Beltway Banthas takes it all on.
 
DC Sports Podcast with new episodes every Tuesday and Friday! Noel and Matt Vazzana are brothers (Bros.) from the DMV that don't hold back anything when discussing their favorite Washington, DC Teams (Washington Football Team, Wizards, Nationals, Capitals) and everything in between! Beltway Sports Bros. Website: https://www.beltwaysportsbros.com/ Twitter: @beltwaybropod IG: @beltway_sports_bros_podcast Ampire Media Website: https://www.ampiremedia.com/
 
Each week, your hosts--public radio veteran Stephan Cox, political science PhD candidate Chad Levinson, and Democratic strategist David Gershwin--unpack the week in politics and attempt to drill down through the chatter and into something that quite possibly resembles the truth. Born during the 16-month long national nightmare that is the 2016 Presidential election, the show continues to evolve, examining greater and deeper themes and threads across the political and cultural landscape. Step ...
 
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On Wednesday, just days before the House left for its August recess, Senate Democrats and Republicans banded together to advance a roughly $1.2 trillion proposal - including $550 billion in new spending, to improve the country’s aging infrastructure, overcoming months of political deadlock on one of President Biden’s signature economic policy prior…
 
"Empathy does not make you a good person. Being able to employ it does not rid you of your own basement of horrors. It is a tool to enhance our thinking, for if we know how other people feel, we have a better chance of understanding their thoughts. Hence why it is best used in service of those you disagree with" - Ayishat A Akanbi. Today's show is …
 
NCBA's Chief Environment Counsel, Scott Yager, joins the podcast to discuss the history of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule. Dating back to 1986, the definition of federal waters has been debated by the Supreme Court of the United States. Yager discusses the evolution of regulations that define a federal waterway and how those rules have impact…
 
Today’s episode features Anna Schneider, Senior Vice President, Industry-Government Relations and head of Public Affairs for Volkswagen Group of America. She discusses Volkswagen’s wild year (and role as a major mask-producer in 2020), what she needs the Biden administration to understand about international auto manufacturers, and what’s coming fo…
 
On this episode, Senior Executive Director of Government Affairs Danielle Beck is joined by Policy Division Chair and Wyoming rancher Mark Eisele. As a husband, father, and rancher — Eisele understands the importance of federal tax policy that supports generational transfer of family-owned businesses. Beck and Eisele discuss the significance of the…
 
Executive Director of Virginia Cattlemen’s Association Brandon Reeves discusses the importance of NCBA’s relationship with state affiliates. He shares how NCBA and Virginia Cattlemen’s work together to represent the needs of the cattle and beef industry in both D.C. and the state of Virginia. Tune in to learn more!…
 
What happens in New York, the country’s largest and most diverse city, has national ramifications. What is the projected mayoral race winner Eric Adams’ relationship with NY Governor Cuomo, whose investigation by state attorney general’s office has upended his national reputation as he gears up to run for a fourth term next year? What about Adams’ …
 
On this episode, Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane is joined by Congressman Dusty Johnson (R-SD) to discuss top issues facing the cattle and beef industry, including cattle markets. Congressman Johnson shares his perspective on the current state of the industry and what he is doing to represent producers in D.C. As a champion of the b…
 
On this episode of Beltway Beef: Tax Talks, certified public accountant and business advisor, Paul Neiffer discusses how changes to long-standing provisions in the tax code will impact family-owned businesses. As a a principal with CliftonLarsonAllen, Paul uses his experience in agriculture along with his expertise in tax policy to educate and advi…
 
Hope is like the sun. So says General Leia. This week on Beltway Banthas, some thoughts on why the struggle for hope in hopeless times is the good fight. Logan Albright joins the show to talk about his recent op-ed on the problem of hopelessness & rising deaths of despair, and what it means for our politics and relationships. Of course, this all re…
 
On this episode of Beltway Beef, Director of Animal Health and Food Safety Policy Chase DeCoite discusses NCBA’s role in ensuring producers maintain the ability to responsibly produce high-quality beef. As the newest member of NCBA’s Government Affairs team, Chase is focusing on continuing dialogue with decision-makers in Washington, D.C. regarding…
 
Jaclyn Wilson, a fifth-generation Nebraska producer, discusses how the recent announcement made by USDA to conduct a top-to-bottom review of the "Product of the USA" label is a win-win for producers and consumers. As an active NCBA member and Vice Chair of the International Trade Policy Committee, Jaclyn has played an integral role in the formation…
 
On this episode of Beltway Beef, Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane discusses the Senate Agriculture Committee hearing on "Examining Markets, Transparency, and Prices from Cattle Producer to Consumer" that took place on Wednesday, July 23. Lane gives an overview of the hearing and shares how NCBA will continue to be involved in cattle …
 
Podcast #92: GOP expands voting base; Progressives lose NYC; and what Reagan loved about the 4th Listen on: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Sticher, or Launchpad DM. Questions, comments, feedback, or advertising inquiries email: daniel.vaughan@thebeltwayoutsiders.com or @dvaughanCI on Twitter. This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan talks about tw…
 
On todays episode, Noel and Matt discuss condoms being handed out the Tokyo Olympics, and why it's a little different this time. Also, Darrius Guice was acquitted of all charges...sort of. The Wizards blamed the Celtics for their early season COVID outbreak. Finally, its another Top 5 Friday! In celebration of the Washington Football Team being blo…
 
On today's episode, Noel and Matt discuss after all the years of vitriol towards Washington Football by national media outlets (ESPN, NFL Network), all of the sudden they are the darlings of the NFC. What is the reason behind it, and how could it after the psyche of the team, and how do "The Bros" feel about all the positivity? Also, Matt talks abo…
 
Jim Appleton, President of the New Jersey Coalition of Auto Retailers, shares some insight into how New Jersey auto dealers have weathered the past year, the many ways in which they have stepped up to serve their communities, and why he believes advocacy is key to their future.AIADA
 
The Supreme Court on Thursday, by a 7-2 vote, left “Obamacare” intact and showed that the conservative majority doesn’t fall along partisan lines as much as the left thinks it does. In other big news this week, antitrust scholar and Big Tech critic Lina Khan – a prominent figure in the “New Brandeis Movement” - which espouses a 21st century version…
 
On today's episode, Noel and Matt discuss the most recent trademark battle with former guest, Martin McCaulay, and what this means for their possible plans to keep the name as Washington Football Team. Also, RGIII is gets rave reviews from his auditions with FOX and ESPN. The Wizards now hold a record that will break the collective hearts of it's f…
 
On today's episode, what else is there to say but Scott Brooks is no longer the Wizards Head Coach! BulletsForever's and BLEAV in Wizards Host Matt Modderno, joins Noel and Matt to celebrate this momentous occasion! Also, it's another installment of a Top 5 Friday! In honor of Coach Brooks demise, "The Bros" go over their list of Top 5 Worst DC Hea…
 
Tune in to hear NCBA's Director of Government Affairs & Market Regulatory Policy Tanner Beymer discuss an array of challenges facing the cattle and beef industry in regard to cattle marketing. Tanner gives an update on recent announcements made by USDA, discusses how Members of Congress are engaged in these issues, and shares what NCBA has been doi…
 
On today's episode, Noel and Matt discuss Ron Rivera's confirmation that there will be a QB competition at Training Camp, and why handing Dwayne Haskins the starting role last year forced his hand this year. Also, "The Bros" tell all about what they did over the weekend. Spoiler: Noel didn't leave his couch. ***Thanks to our sponsor, Monkey Knife F…
 
Podcast #91: The 5 new antitrust bills that could go after BigTech and We're winning against COVID Listen on: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Sticher, or Launchpad DM. Questions, comments, feedback, or advertising inquiries email: daniel.vaughan@thebeltwayoutsiders.com or @dvaughanCI on Twitter. This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan talks about …
 
President Biden is in Cornwall, England, where the G-7 annual economic summit began on Friday with a sense of new unity among the group and an endorsement of the theme that a renewed global alliance and commitment to multilateralism were ready to prove themselves capable.Yet, in an odd dynamic, it was the former president who was in the headlines o…
 
On today's episode, Noel and Matt discuss Montez Sweat's viewpoints on COVID vaccines and what Rivera and the organization have done to educate it's players. Also, its another Top 5 Friday where "The Bros" go through their list of Top 5 Dumbest Athlete Comments ***Thanks to our sponsor, Monkey Knife Fight! Tap the link, https://learn.monkeyknifefig…
 
On this episode of Beltway Beef, VP of Government Affairs Ethan Lane gives an overview on what's happened in Washington, D.C this week. Tune in to hear about NCBA's petition to eliminate the "Product of the USA" label, announcements made by USDA, and the continued push from industry groups and Members of Congress for the DOJ to complete their inves…
 
Ashley Burch, AIADA’s Senior Manager of Grassroots & Advocacy, joins today’s episode to talk advocacy, action, and how dealers can make this a summer of impact in Washington, D.C. She shares important information about the exciting advocacy and social media campaign dealers will join this summer in lieu of a traditional 2021 fly-in, and the cutting…
 
On today's episode, Noel and Matt discuss Chase Young's long awaited return to Ashburn for Mini-camp. Young explains his reasoning why he didn't attend OTA's and has something changed in him? "The Bros." will give their opinions. Also, Bradley Beal does not seem to be committed to anything, except to control the Wizards front office. Have the Wizar…
 
On today's episode, Noel and Matt do a deep dive into the reports out of OTA's, the coaches/player reactions to the new additions on offense, and why it means absolutely nothing. Also, the Washington Football Team is headed back to Richmond for Training Camp. After years of the team squeezing every last penny out of the city, has Washington grown a…
 
Podcast #90: Joe Manchin goes off, COVID numbers go down, plus D-Day remembrances. Listen on: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Sticher, or Launchpad DM. Questions, comments, feedback, or advertising inquiries email: daniel.vaughan@thebeltwayoutsiders.com or @dvaughanCI on Twitter. This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan talks about Joe Manchin's co…
 
The U.S. appears to be trying to close the curtain on the pandemic, as COVID-19 cases continue to fall and increasing numbers of Americans are getting vaccinated. Combined with the latest jobs report, with the economy knocking the unemployment rate below 6 percent, many analysts are hoping for an economic boom this summer as a full “reopening” draw…
 
On this episode of Beltway Beef, Debbie Lyons-Blythe—a rancher from central Kansas—talks about conserving the land that has been in her family for over 130 years. Debbie discusses how farmers and ranchers are the original conservationists, but their conservation methods are not stuck in the past. As new generations have taken on management roles on…
 
On today's 1 Year Anniversary Show, Noel and Matt discuss the Wizards sad display in Game 5 against the 76ers, and what they would like to see happen with Coach Scott Brooks. Also, "The Bros" talk some Washington Football Team OTA's, and what does Chase Young no-showing mean to Rivera's "culture change". Finally, Noel and Matt go over their list of…
 
On this episode, Ashley is joined by Ted Matthews— a mental health practitioner with over 30 years of experience in counseling in rural areas— to discuss the importance of acknowledging mental health needs in rural communities. Ted shares why it is critical to address the mental health needs of farmers and ranchers in a way that acknowledges their …
 
Banthas! We're back and up and running after a brief disturbance in the Force. On this episode, Stephen Kent breaks down the latest in the journey toward publishing a book based on this very podcast and the life lessons embedded in Star Wars. Here you can listen to Stephen read the draft Introduction to the book: How The Force Can Fix The World: Le…
 
Podcast #89: Iran funds Hamas, Lab-Leak Theory gets a boost, and vaccines give US lowest COVID numbers ever. Listen on: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Sticher, or Launchpad DM. Questions, comments, feedback, or advertising inquiries email: daniel.vaughan@thebeltwayoutsiders.com or @dvaughanCI on Twitter. This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan ta…
 
Mask-wearing in the U.S. has become another flashpoint in the partisan culture wars. As a result, despite the recent change in CDC mask guidelines, which signaled a welcome shift toward pre-pandemic social norms yet left people across the country scrambling to make sense of the abrupt change, the debate about masks will almost surely continue.On Mo…
 
On this episode, Ashley sits down with Senior Director of International Trade and Market Access Kent Bacus and Environmental Counsel Mary-Thomas Hart to discuss the intersection of climate and trade. Bacus and Hart discuss strategies NCBA has adopted in regard to sharing the positive story of the cattle industry and the environment to decision make…
 
Howard Hakes, AIADA’s 2019 Chairman and the current Chairman of AFIT-PAC, joins this episode of Beltway Talk to discuss the importance of dealer engagement. Hakes has long been at the forefront of state and federal issues that impact the livelihood of dealers and explains how they can make sure legislators understand the effect their decisions have…
 
A president who prides himself on choreography and planning faced a string of unexpected events last week that showcased the need for political agility: from the Colonial Pipeline shutdown and the resulting surge in gas prices to a rapid escalation of violence in the Middle East, a spike in the costs of consumer goods, and new CDC mask guidance whi…
 
Podcast #88: The Israeli-Hamas conflict episode, and why the Press reports are so bad. Listen on: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Sticher, or Launchpad DM. Questions, comments, feedback, or advertising inquiries email: daniel.vaughan@thebeltwayoutsiders.com or @dvaughanCI on Twitter. This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan does a deep-dive on the …
 
In today's episode, Noel and Matt speak to the very controversial "Trademark Hog" Martin McCaulay, who has refused any public interviews for 9 months, until now! Martin gives his opinion on what name the Washington Football Team will finally decide on. Has anyone from the WFT or the NFL contacted him regarding his trademarks? What was his original …
 
Tune in to hear about NCBA's Center for Public Policy internship experience! Mikaela Talley—a recent graduate of Texas A&M University and a native of Floresville, Texas— shares what it was like to be an intern in the D.C. office. The Public Policy internship is offered each semester to college juniors, seniors, and graduate students who are interes…
 
On today's episode, Noel and Matt discuss Russell Westbrook's unbelievable Triple-Double record, the Wizards recent success, the soul-crushing loss to Atlanta, Bradley Beal's injury, and the teams possibilities going forward. Also, "The Bros" are joined by 2020 Washington Football Team Fan of the Year, Joshua Strachan joins the show. Joshua discuss…
 
A months-long dispute over Republican principles among House leaders and across the broader GOP landscape is expected to culminate this week with a vote to remove Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney from her position as the third-ranking House Republican. Meanwhile, Friday’s mediocre jobs report for April puzzled many analysts who expected hundreds of…
 
Podcast #87: What early UK/US elections tell us about 2022. COVID's origins in China. And Vaccines continue winning. Listen on: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Sticher, or Launchpad DM. Questions, comments, feedback, or advertising inquiries email: daniel.vaughan@thebeltwayoutsiders.com or @dvaughanCI on Twitter. This week on the show, host Daniel Va…
 
In today's episode Noel and Matt the crazy situation involving Capitals F Tom Wilson and the NY Rangers, and why NY's big mouth cost them $250K. Also, it's another Top 5 Friday! On this installment, "The Bros" go over their lists of Top 5 Craziest Sports Fans, which includes normal acts including the likes of vomiting, urinating on opposing teams f…
 
Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane joins Ashley to talk about all that the NCBA team has done in the month of April. Ethan discusses the continued conversations being had with the Biden Administration and Members of Congress regarding the proposed tax revisions in the American Families Plans as well as climate initiatives. Lane also se…
 
In today's episode Noel and Matt go through Washington's Draft Picks - Rounds 2-7. Also, RGIII say's some not-so-nice things about his former teammate Kirk Cousins. Finally, The Wizards are in the drivers seat to the Play....in games. What does that mean, and what did LeBron have to say about the new rules? ***Thanks to our sponsor, Monkey Knife Fi…
 
Podcast #86: The Domestic Policy pitch Republicans need to make + the latest on COVID-19 Listen on: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Sticher, or Launchpad DM. Questions, comments, feedback, or advertising inquiries email: daniel.vaughan@thebeltwayoutsiders.com or @dvaughanCI on Twitter. This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan gives you the three-pr…
 
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