Commonwealthy trains candidates and activists who understand the benefits of smaller limited government to win elections. With over 500,000 elected offices in America, it is vital for liberty leaning people to step up and run for state and local office. Political candidate coach, John Tsarpalas, interviews experts from the many areas of political campaigns. Every week another step in the campaign process or ideas for activism are presented. From fundraising to polling, to the basic soul searching before you decide to run, Commonwealthy discusses it all.
By John Tsarpalas
The joint blog about the US Election by Germany's Deutsche Welle and ZDF-TV. Blog-Correspondent Wolfgang Harrer writes this blog from Washington D.C. Text and Audio. (mp3, realaudio, wma). The texts are in German, audio interviews are in English. Includes ipodder-feed.
NACo Podcasts offer a new way to learn about all the important issues to counties. The podcasts tell the stories of innovative counties, covers new local government best practices, and provide legislative and policy updates from NACo.
By National Association of Counties
The Civic Commons podcast is a dynamic half-hour public affairs program airing Saturday mornings on WJCU (88.7 FM, University Heights), and Tuesday evenings on WYSU (88.5 FM, Youngstown). It features citizen voices more than talking heads, citizen commentaries instead of expert drones, and hosts who are always looking for different ways to set the stage for discussion. Hosted by award-winning public radio host Dan Moulthrop, produced by Luke Frazier of NOW Productions with assistance from WJCU and edited by Daniel Steinberg of Dim Sum Thinking and Erica Brenner of Brenner Productions. The podcast is part of The Civic Commons, a regional effort to bring more citizens into the conversations that matter.
By The Civic Commons