Paul Rosenzweig, a former U.S. Department of Homeland Security Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy, joins Tom Fitzgerald on this episode of the On The Hill podcast. Rosenzweig is now a Senior Fellow at the R Street Institute, a foreign policy think tank in Washington. We look at the removal of John Bolton as National Security Advisor, what would happen if the Secretary of State takes over the job and the subsequent national security implications. In addition, why has foreign policy been largely absent as a topic in the Democratic presidential campaign? Join us!
Patrick and Sarah discuss remembering 9/11. Also, a dog park fight in Chevy Chase, Maryland has neighbors barking. Plus, the new Monopoly game that focuses on gender pay, is it advancing women's rights or is it going backward? And, Patrick has thoughts on Montgomery County openly declaring they won't cooperate with ICE. Also, reactions to the first week of the NFL.
Youth minister and pastor Will Grandberry joins Tisha Lewis on The Good Word podcast ahead of his Prayer for America mission. The Chicago native now calls the District home and plans to host a sunrise prayer on Capitol Hill and outside the White House.
NASA scientist Tom Neumann joins FOX 5’s Tom Fitzgerald on this edition of the On The Hill podcast. While NASA is often known for exploring other worlds, Neumann’s specialty at NASA is studying planet earth. Neumann is an expert on the Arctic ice melt that he’s tracked for years.
Contemporary gospel singer Jarmel Evans with Worship Forever joins is Tisha Lewis on The Good Word. Jarmel was born and raised in DC and has a new single out called “Suddenly.”
Patrick and Sarah talk about devastating Hurricane Dorian. Plus, is the DNC unfairly tilting the field against Tulsi Gabbard? A new report out confirms James Comey violated policy on his Trump memos, but he won't be prosecuted. Fox 5 Zip Trips ended last week, and we have some sad news within the FOX 5 family. Plus, are people with tattoos more impulsive? We put Patrick's 22 tattoos to the test!
Aaron Zitner of the Wall Street Journal joins FOX 5’s Tom Fitzgerald on the latest episode of the On The Hill podcast. Zitner is the Polling Editor for the Wall Street Journal and has some fascinating new data on how American values are changing on issues ranging from patriotism, religion to even whether or not to have children. As politicians look to connect with younger voters, it’s key information to know heading into the 2020 presidential election. Join us!
Several months passed since we finished Episode 5. We’ve tackled many questions in the disappearance of Terrence Woods, but still hadn't found the one person who was actually there when the young filmmaker vanished. Until now. Finally, we are able to hear the first-hand account of what actually happened on October 5, 2018. And an interview with Terrence's close friend in London may make you question all of your assumptions about this case so far.
Patrick has returned from vacation and is as tan as ever! Patrick and Sarah discuss President Donald Trump and the G7 summit, plus a new poll showing Joe Biden falling behind Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
Dr. Rob Cohen, a former staffer for Sen. John McCain, an Army veteran and host of the "Democrises" podcast, joins Tom Fitzgerald on the “On The Hill” podcast.
Patrick is away on vacation so it's 'The Lewis Perspective,' Tisha Lewis fills in today and talks about Sean Spicer joining DWTS, her own podcast 'The Good Word,' and the fires that are burning in the Amazon. Sarah and Tisha also talk about the mom who held a job fair for her kids, and the lady gang bandit of cell phone thieves in DC!
Dr. Marissa Pei joins Tisha Lewis on The Good Word! She shares insight from her new book “8 Ways to Happiness from Wherever You Are.” Pei also shares how to feel balanced, happy and at peace with yourself, both in life and in relationships. Plus, she discusses her encounter with Oprah. Join us!
This time the On The Hill podcast is joined by Dr. Ibram Kendi, a professor at American University and the founding director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University. Dr. Kendi joins us to talk about his new book out this week is called “How To Be An Antiracist.” It’s a blueprint on how to move America forward on the issue of race and racism, and looks at what everyone can do in their own lives to bring people together on the issues of race.
Akisha Jefferson, also known as “The Job Coach,” joins Tisha Lewis on The Good Word. Jefferson is back by popular demand after her first appearance on the podcast was met with rave reviews.
Patrick and Sarah are back podcasting together! Sarah gives a recap of her wedding. Patrick shares his thoughts on Chris Cuomo being confronted by a man calling him “Fredo.”
No one can explain why Terrence Woods could not be found if he really ran down a steep, heavily wooded cliff with treacherous terrain.
Sarah is off hopefully getting married so Patrick and Joe Di Scipio discuss the tragic mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. Is President Donald Trump to blame? What are the possible measures to stop these tragic events?
Fashion designer Dionna Dorsey joins Tisha Lewis on The Good Word! At 39 years old, Dorsey says faith fueled her success in the fashion industry.
Terrence Woods disappeared on October 5, 2018. That very same weekend, two other people went missing in Idaho County and there are still others who have been gone for more than a year now.
Patrick and Sarah debate President Donald Trump's latest tweets on Baltimore, and Patrick has strong feelings on most democratic lead cities across the U.S. Plus, the news that U.S. Soccer says they did pay the women's soccer team more than the men when it came to bonuses. And, is it creepy for adults to visit Disney World without a kid?