Randy Scannell and Ellen Rosewall join Cassandra this week to discuss the deaccession of the 9/11 Memorial in Green Bay, WI. Topics included: The brief and mysterious history of the memorial, how it has deteriorated over the course of it's short life, incorrect information included on the memorial, who may have designed it, and the fact that there may or may not be human remains inside the monument.
Jacob Immel and Kia Murray join Cassandra this week to discuss the decision to keep or remove Confederate statues and monuments. Topics included: Different viewpoints on the situation, reasoning behind their viewpoints, the way to approach local issues on a large scale, statistics, the possibility of looking at history another way, not making it an issue of political parties, the symbolism of statues, and not to forget history and learn from past mistakes.
Andrew Crane and Jacob Jones join Cassandra this week to discuss President Donald Trump's week of insanity . Topics included: The drastic differences between Trump using a teleprompter and Trump speaking directly to his base at rallies, Donald trump's attempts to change the fundamental nature of the legislative branch, and the legacy of Trump.
Erik Hoyer and Jenn Schiavo join Cassandra this week to discuss President Donald Trump's announcement of a National Emergency on Opioids. Topics included: Opioid related death tolls rising, the increase of heroin overdoses, national emergencies in the past, people getting opioid prescriptions shifting to illegal street drugs, how to police medication, getting people proper help from drug addiction, side effects of withdrawal, government involvement, and managing pain.
This week, Cassandra's panelists are Terry Lee and Vanya Koepke. They discuss the Wisconsin Foxconn facility plans, financial incentives, economic growth, starting wages, environmental impact, and waste water capacity increase for the local community from the facility.
This week, Cassandra's panelists are Mark Becker and Colleen Gruszynski. They discuss the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity, and voter fraud.
This week, Cassandra's panelists are Jamel Jones and Jacob Kulis. They discuss the ongoing problems going on in Washington Middle School and the amount of truant behavior in the Green Bay Area Public Schools.
Political Radar Echo Episode : Trump Travel Ban and Sanctuary Cities with Camille Hlavka and Sylvia Garrido
This week, Cassandra's panelists are: Camille Hlavka, and Sylvia Garrido Topics discussed are: Legislation presented against sanctuary cities How immigration is important for jobs and the United States economy Immigrants conforming to new societal standards. How Donald Trump wants to criminalize undocumented citizens.
This week, Cassandra's panelists are: Dan Theno and Lindsay Dorff discussed are: Wisconsin's history of gerrymandering and how it is affecting the current political environment. The loss of power voters experience because of gerrymandering The United States Supreme Courts imminent decision on wheater Wisconsins gerrymandering is constitutional and what to do to fix the problem.
This week, Cassandra's panelists are: Bill Meindl and Jacob Immel Topics discussed are: The importance of staying aware of local politics and ways anyone can participate in politics. How we can debate politics while still being respectful and learning. What are some local causes people can be more involved in?
Cassandra's panelists are Christine Smith and Jacob Jones. Topics discussed are: The meaning of Net Neutrality and how it can affect everyone. The reasons to support, or not support Net Neutrality. The effects of school dress codes on girls in school.
Welcome to Political Radar Echo! This week, Cassandra's panelists are Jenn Schiavo and Jeremy Hautala. Topics discussed are: The House of Representatives passing of the American Healthcare Act (Obamacare Repeal) and the future of the bill. The quality (or lack thereof) of care provided to veterans through the Department of Veteran's Affairs The effects of our potential new healthcare system on people with preexisting conditions such as diabetes, asthma, PTSD and.....being a woman?
This week, Cassandra's panelists are Vanya Koepke and Lindsay Dorff. Topics discussed are: Everyone's position on education and their experiences with it. Voucher schools and the facts on the socioeconomic behind the voucher program. Funding for different forms of education and how to balance the available needs for different people.
Political Radar Echo Episode : Political Parties Working Together, Fox News, and Presidential Predictions!
Welcome to Political Radar Echo! This week, Cassandra's panelists are Daniel Jones, Founder and CEO of Newsmakers Network and Mark Becker, Brown County Supervisor for District 26 Topics discussed are: Daniel and Mark's predictions for the 2016 presidential election and how we ended up with Donald Trump as our president. The need for both Republicans and Democrats to place partisan politics aside to adapt to our changing society and to better serve the people. The recent severance of FOX News and host Bill O'Reilly over sexual harassment allegations and the corporate world's appeasement of sexual misconduct.