American University Professor Allan Lichtman joins FOX 5's Tom Fitzgerald on this episode of the On The Hill podcast.
This time the On the Hill Podcast welcomes Neal Simon.
WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - This time the On The Hill Podcast welcomes Nicole Mason.
Rebecca Grant, an Iranian expert at the IRIS Independent Research Group, joins FOX 5’s Tom Fitzgerald on this episode of the On The Hill podcast.
In this episode of the “On The Hill” podcast, we’re discussing impeachment. No, not the 2019 impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, but way back to 1868 and Andrew Johnson.
When Amazon announced it was opening a second headquarters outside the District in Northern Virginia, it delivered a massive impact on the housing market in Virginia, D.C. and Maryland.
This time the “On The Hill Podcast” welcomes noted Attorney and Political Strategist A. Scott Bolden for a conversation about the impeachment hearings, where things are headed, what are the next steps. Join us!
This time the On the Hill podcast doesn’t go inside the Beltway, but on the Beltway. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam made a historic announcement that the states are teaming up to rebuild and expand the traffic-clogged American Legion Bridge.
Newly elected incoming Chairwoman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors Ann Wheeler joins FOX 5’s Tom Fitzgerald on this episode of the On The Hill podcast.
Dr. Rob Cohen, an Army Veteran Doctor who was “boots on the ground” with the Kurds in the Middle East, joins FOX 5’s Tom Fitzgerald in this episode of the On The Hill Podcast.
On this episode of the On The Hill podcast, we’re taking you out to the ballgame. The Washington Nationals are in the World Series for the first time in their franchise history.
Gene Healy, the vice president of the Libertarian think-tank Cato Institute, joins FOX 5's Tom Fitzgerald on this episode of the On The Hill podcast. In 2008, Healy wrote a book called “The Cult Of The Presidency,” which examined the power of the executive branch of government.
How old is too old to be president? Lee Edwards, a distinguished fellow at The Heritage Foundation, joins FOX 5’s Tom Fitzgerald to look at the impact of age on politics - both from the candidate perspective and the voter perspective.
Irvin McCullough, a National Security Analyst at the Government Accountability Project, joins FOX 5's Tom Fitzgerald on this episode of the On The Hill podcast.
Should DC become the 51st state? DC Vote Executive Director Bo Shuff joins FOX 5’s Tom Fitzgerald in this episode of the On The Hill podcast. We look at the Congressional hearing that was just held on H.R. 51 in Congress, the arguments for and against statehood, national public opinion against Statehood, and the political challenges the effort faces in both the House and the Senate.
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!
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.
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!
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.
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.