Andrew and Thomas return from a hiatus to discuss the vice-presidential and presidential debates as well as the current state of polling and what it means (if anything).
Andrew and Thomas talk about the DNC, Obama’s convention bounce, who won the convention war, how the two candidates compare on foreign policy, and the Federal Reserve’s announcement of QE3 (whatever that is).
About 83 Minutes
Andrew and Thomas assess how well Mitt Romney did at the Republican National Convention and look forward to the Democratic National Convention and what President Obama needs to do to win the convention battle.
About an hour and change
Andrew and Thomas discuss the role that race is playing in the 2012 election and question whether party platforms really matter.
About an hour and change.
Thomas and Andrew are back discussing GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan as his Vice Presidential running mate and whether it was a good choice politically. Things are starting to heat up.
About 65 minutes and change.
The inaugural episode of ThinkingPolitics joins Thomas Whitley with co-host Andrew Barnes, friends who are on different ends of the political spectrum. In an attempt to stay away from stereotypes and talking points they discuss how fiscal policy should be made and whether compromise is really such a bad thing.
About 74 minutes and change