Hillary Clinton had breakfast with Vice President Joe Biden Tuesday morning, a day after she lunched with the president. The Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus and the National Journal’s Chris Frates will share their insight into what the two possible front runners for the 2016 Democratic nomination discussed.
The President will be in Tennessee on Tuesday to pitch an economic plan to Americans and congress. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., will join Jansing & Co. to discuss the likelihood of a deal.
Pope Francis addressed homosexuality during a press conference on his flight home on Monday. His comment about not judging gays seems to shift the Catholic Church’s view of homosexuality, but will it lead to a policy change? Other Catholic officials have said the Pope’s words did not mark a shift in the church’ teachings. The National Catholic Reporter’s Kate Childs Graham and The New Ways Ministry’s Francis Debernardo will discuss how significant the Pope’s remarks truly were.
President Barack Obama met with Attorney General Eric Holder and civil rights leaders on Monday to discuss measures to protect minority voters. Our strategists will discuss the administration’s available options.
Former North Dakota Senator Byron Dorgan will join Jansing & Co. to discuss his new book about cyber terrorism called Gridlock. He’ll also discuss why he believes Capitol Hill is going downhill.
And a federal judge’s ruling recognizing the out-of-state marriage of Jim Obergefell and terminally ill John Arthur in Ohio, a state that bans gay marriage, is inspiring similar lawsuits across the country. Couples looking to take advantage of this loophole are now suing in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Nevada. We’ll have more on Jansing & Co. Tuesday morning.