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GPPR Junior Editor Amelie D'hers (MS-DSPP ‘25) delves into the intricacies of navigating misinformation and its policy implications with Emily Horne, the founder and CEO of Allegro Public Affairs. Emily, formerly the Special Assistant to the President, Spokesperson, and Senior Director for Press at the National Security Council (NSC) in the Biden A…
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In this episode: - Library Director Dwight McInvaill discusses progress on renovations to the Georgetown County Library's main branch. - Aphra McCrea, Director of Elections and Voter Registration for Georgetown County, discusses the presidential primary and other elections occurring this year.Jackie Broach
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GPPR Junior Editor Bela Walkin (MPP ‘25) discusses urban and transportation policy with Jeff Speck, a city planner and international advocate for walkable urbanism. His 2012 book "Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time," is the best-selling city-planning title of the past decade. Jeff and Bela discuss the benefits of walka…
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Junior Podcast Editor Moritz Ludwig (MPP ’25) talks with the executive director of the Aspen Institute Germany, Stormy-Annika Mildner, about current challenges and opportunities of trade policy between the U.S. and Europe. The transatlanticist and trade expert talks about the importance of a resilient transatlantic partnership, initiatives to stren…
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Jesus said He would bless anyone who ‘keeps the words of the prophecy in this book’ of Revelation—but how do you ‘keep’ Revelation? The answer is so simple—but it’s not for the faint of heart…Calvary Georgetown Divide
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Junior Podcast Editor Joe Lustig (MPP '24) sits down with Dustin Wahl, Deputy Executive Director of "Fix Our House", an organization that advocates for significant changes to how the United States conducts elections, to discuss the upcoming 2024 presidential election, as well as the two party conundrum.…
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Our very first episode, where we talk with: Auditor Ken Baker and Treasurer Miriam Mace about property taxes; TL Staub of Georgetown County Parks & Recreation about the new Georgetown Outdoor Adventure Trails program; and Walt Ackerman, director of administrative services about two proposed sales taxes that will be on the ballot this November.…
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Junior Podcast Editor, Gabriel Taylor (MPP ‘24) chats with Richard Kahlenberg, Author of “Excluded: How Snob Zoning, NIMBYism, and Class Bias Build the Walls We Don't See” to discuss the US housing crisis, it’s causes, and what we might do to solve it.GPPR
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Jesus knew His audience—some loved what He said, others hated it—especially when His lessons portrayed ‘bad guys’ as good and ‘good guys’ as bad. This was glaring when He taught about praying—the righteous hated it while the hopeless found mercy. Here’s the story… (Luke 18:9-14)Calvary Georgetown Divide
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Doing what’s right is rarely easy, but it’s not complicated. Yet what holds us back? What cripples God’s own people from doing the good for which He created them? Well, a long time ago there were these two women… (1 Kings 3:16-28)Calvary Georgetown Divide
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