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As the anchor of FOX News' Special Report w/Bret Baier, Bret Baier is plugged into all of the major issues and players on the national political scene. With humor and insight, Baier shares with audiences’ exclusive, poignant and an up-to-the minute analysis on what’s going on at the White House and on Capitol Hill.

Fred Barnes' presentation offers an insider’s look at the presidency and Congress. With over 25 years of reporting on Washington politics, his analysis and predictions are among the most on-target of anyone covering Washington. Barnes takes a hard look at the impact of a Republican-controlled Congress and what issues are front of mind for the American electorate.

For those who agree with the legendary Tip O'Neill who said, "All politics is local," - Mike Barnicle's thoughtful commentary will provide an informative and entertaining look at how politics, the economic environment and social change affect our lives. Barnicle has a knack for looking at today's news and offering up a point of view that considers the impact on workers, families, children and society. Whether looking at serious news from Congress and the Trump Administration or the less serious absurdities of everyday life, Barnicle's funny, at times irreverent, but always timely blend of humor and content make him a crowd-pleaser.

Paul Begala has seen it all—government united, government divided, gridlock and clear sailing. He now draws on his extensive experience to give audiences an understanding of the impact of today’s political landscape on such issues as the economy, budget deficit, health care, immigration, the future of Social Security and Medicare, U.S. foreign policy, the on-going war in Afghanistan, the unrest in the Middle East and other critical issues facing the country here at home and around the world.

In today’s political culture Democrats and Republicans divide on practically everything from the war in Afghanistan to gay marriage to health care to Supreme Court nominations. Is the intensity and animosity of today’s political climate unprecedented or exaggerated? Or is this just business-as-usual Washington politics? And how has an intense political climate impacted the Trump Administration’s agenda and its working relationship with Congress? A well-known Republican who has crossed party lines throughout his political career to pursue important common purposes, Bill Bennett has the pulse of the American electorate as the host the popular, nationally-syndicated radio program Bill Bennett’s Mornings in America. In this timely presentation, Bennett gets to the truths behind the current political prevailing sentiments and engages in a lively conversation on the issues moving the American electorate.

At a time when American politics are increasingly polarized, political analyst Michelle Bernard brings audiences a refreshingly centered in-depth look at some of the day’s most complex topics and distills multifaceted stories into a thought-provoking analysis. Whether the issues are national security and terrorism, foreign policy, education or the economy, Bernard provides an up-to-the-minute look at the breaking news shaping our world. She provides thoughtful examination on the role of culture, race, gender and religion in electoral politics as well as the media’s role in shaping political campaigns. Bernard is also able to look back on Barack Obama’s presidency, examine what impact the election of the Nation’s first African American president has had on race relations in America and around the world, and if advocacy of personal responsibility and stable families has become a call to arms to minorities and people of color. In this informative talk, Bernard helps audiences understand the challenges both political parties face in these fractious times. Calling for an increase in civil discourse, she firmly believes that this enormous political divide can be bridged, and provides effective policy solutions that are needed on issues of both domestic and international importance.

Beginning with their first shared Watergate byline in June 1972, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein set a new standard for Washington journalism and in-depth, behind-the-scenes reporting on the American presidency. Together Woodward and Bernstein tell the stories behind their newspaper work and books, offering a unique, riveting and personal tour of politics and Washington. Addressing the weaknesses and strengths of eight presidents, their presentation provides a vivid lesson in leadership. The co-authors of All the President’s Men (1974) and The Final Days (1976) will explore the impact and methods of the modern media from their own police-beat-style reporting to the radical changes brought by the internet, cable news and social networking tools.

"The interdependence of the world is not a policy. It is reality," says Prime Minister Tony Blair.

A veteran statesman with decades of political prowess in his utility belt, he sees the opportunities in the challenges of globalization, and identifies concrete ways in which we all can work to build a more cooperative and cohesive society.

He also understands the gravity of what an interconnected world means for our way of life, and he embraces this reality with refreshing optimism and an open mind. 

Globalization is not a creation of the political elite. Rather, it is the natural phenomenon that follows the intermingling of people, mixing of cultures, widespread technology, and access to inexpensive travel that connects us across oceans and time zones. 

Now is the time to course-correct the understanding of why and how the world is changing, and roadmap a way forward, he says.  It’s a time to reignite the politics of optimism and revitalize the core values that first allied the West together.

Mr. Blair advocates for people over politics, and champions the merit of democratic values. By building bridges and seeking common ground with those whom we disagree, he knows we can conquer these challenges and overcome our doubt, divisiveness, and isolationism – and move toward a more peaceful reality. 

Energizing the audience with his undeniable magnetism, he leaves listeners with a checklist of actionable items they themselves can take on, to solve the problems affecting us all.

Gloria Borger's specialty as a journalist is getting behind the headlines—answering the "why" about the way Washington works. As CNN’s chief political analyst and columnist, Borger's job is to explain Washington to the rest of the world. She understands and knows the personalities as well as the policy issues and helps audiences understand how what’s going on in Congress and the Obama Administration will affect them.

Given the remarkable depth of his career in business and government, Erskine Bowles addresses many of today’s most critical current events. Topic areas include:

  • The Debt Crisis: The Tough Choices Ahead for America
  • Reforming America’s Education System

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