Join No Labels Chief Strategist Ryan Clancy and Executive Director Margaret White – who have been working together in the fight for two-party solutions for more than a decade – for No Labeling, a candid and casual weekly discussion of what’s happening in Washington and about the news the American people need to hear.
No Labels National Co-chair Senator Joseph Lieberman joins Margaret and Ryan to give his expert perspective on the war in Ukraine and the dangers of a possible nuclear deal with Iran.
With the war in Ukraine continuing into its third week, Margaret and Ryan highlight the emergence of two-party proposals to counter Vladimir Putin.
Former U.S. Director of National Intelligence Adm. Dennis Blair joins Ryan for a special conversation on conditions on the ground in Ukraine, and what the U.S. and NATO might do next.
House Problem Solvers Caucus Co-chairs Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) and Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) offered a rare bipartisan perspective on President Biden’s State of the Union address this week. Margaret and Ryan take a look at what they said, and what issues offer opportunities for two-party solutions in a time of crisis.
With Europe on the brink of its largest armed conflict in decades, Margaret and Ryan consider whether it is still possible for America’s leaders to come together in times of crisis – and hope that unity will be on the agenda at next week’s State of the Union.
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Margaret and Ryan rejoice that they have actual good news on bipartisan progress on Capitol Hill to share. And can the nation get past the specter of January 6 more than one year later?
Margaret and Ryan discuss the rare bipartisan Sunday show interview with Sens. Joe Manchin and Lisa Murkowski, who reminded viewers that they represent voters, not their parties. Also, a look at the prospects for Electoral Count Act reform in an election year.
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The first voting of the 2022 election season is just one month away! Texas will be holding the first primaries of the midterm year, and some are very competitive. Margaret and Ryan preview some key races there and across the nation, with a first glimpse of the “wild ride” of Campaign ’22.
With President Biden marking one year in office, pollsters are asking if the nation is on the right track or the wrong one. But what’s the “right track” for supporters of two-party solutions? And will it be a snowy day in South Carolina before we see bipartisanship on Capitol Hill?
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Margaret and Ryan look at the disconnect between the government/media and the people. In real America, the pandemic and the pocketbook are the real focus. Plus, what grade would you give Joe Biden for Year One?
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