In our second video of our new Discussion Points series, we discuss the importance of having not only a good message, but a good plan to back it up. We also take a look at how President Reagan served as an example of this concept.
David Winston appeared on MSNBC’s Jansing & Co. to discuss the future of the Senate in 2014:
The WG’s David Winston appeared on MSNBC’s Jansing & Co. on February 6 to comment on President Obama’s appointment of Sally Jewell as Secretary of Interior:
Hosting in place of Chris Matthews, Michael Smerconish mentioned data from a latest Winston Group poll that was cited by Speaker John Boehner in a Republican conference last Friday:
To watch the full segment, click to: http://video.msnbc.msn.com/hardball/50367400
David Winston appeared on Jansing & Co. on January 2nd to discuss the bill that was passed in the House to avoid the fiscal cliff:
American University’s Campaign Management Institute has posted via CSPAN video of The WG’s David Winston, in his recent guest lecture stint at the Institute. To view the program or read the transcript, check it out here: Campaign Strategy, Theme and Message
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner shares his economic outlook and discusses trade with CNBC’s Larry Kudlow. David Winston, of The Winston Group, and Josh Gottheimer, of Burson-Marsteller, share their reactions to Geithner’s comments.
TRI gets a bit of a change of pace this week with some new segments. Kristen chats with Rachel Hoff from the Foreign Policy Initiative, and The Winston Group’s own Nicki Kurokawa. Topics include this week’s big stories like Kagan’s hearings, Russian Spies, the Kill Switch Bill, and Summer TV, as well as a new section, Blogger Beat.
The Right Idea is starting a third season with a new look and feel. Kristen talks to The Daily Caller’s Moira Bagley and the Washington Post’s Dave Weigel about what will be on the agenda for the mid-term elections, as well as economics and the Laffer Curve and the MTV Movie Awards.