August 22nd, 2019 | 47 mins 34 secs
2020, elections, justin amash, npr, politics, primaries, russia, tulsi gabbard
Do interviews with prospective 2020 candidates reveal that much about their policy? Learn how Tulsi Gabbard dodges NPR's questions and instead reframes her answers into something much more persuasively friendly in this episode!
March 30th, 2018 | 52 mins 42 secs
average voter myth, connor lamb, elections, lulu garcia-navarro, national public radio, npr, pa 18, pennsylvania, politics, renee montagne, rick saccone
A must-listen episode where we break apart a story from NPR in which they travel to Pennsylvania to talk to "average voters" about the issues most important to them in the recent special election. Although to the untrained ear these voters may seem like they're talking about the issues, we teach you to read the unconscious cues in their voices and break down the myth of the "average voter".