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The economy & politics – from waaaaay outside the beltway. Marketplace looks at what matters most to Americans, and why the frame of "insiders vs. outsiders" says more than the stale divisions of "left vs. right" and "big government vs. small." From American Public Media. Visit Marketplace.org for more, or find us on Twitter, we're @marketplace.

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The economy & politics – from waaaaay outside the beltway. Marketplace looks at what matters most to Americans, and why the frame of "insiders vs. outsiders" says more than the stale divisions of "left vs. right" and "big government vs. small." From American Public Media. Visit Marketplace.org for more, or find us on Twitter, we're @marketplace.

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Puts all the pieces together

By Dndiehdbdienf - Jul 19 2019
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We researched and fact checked. If you want the truth defended with real data, listen and enjoy.

Good depth

By Afryan1 - Dec 22 2016
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Enough there to get the background and context behind the headlines.

iTunes Ratings

53 Ratings
Average Ratings
49
1
2
1
0

Puts all the pieces together

By Dndiehdbdienf - Jul 19 2019
Read more
We researched and fact checked. If you want the truth defended with real data, listen and enjoy.

Good depth

By Afryan1 - Dec 22 2016
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Enough there to get the background and context behind the headlines.
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Politics Inside Out from Marketplace

Latest release on Dec 22, 2016

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The economy & politics – from waaaaay outside the beltway. Marketplace looks at what matters most to Americans, and why the frame of "insiders vs. outsiders" says more than the stale divisions of "left vs. right" and "big government vs. small." From American Public Media. Visit Marketplace.org for more, or find us on Twitter, we're @marketplace.

Rank #1: Liberal, conservative or something else

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This past election has us wondering whether our political parties make sense anymore. We asked you to come up with new terms to describe your politics, and boy, did you deliver. Kai and Andrea talk to two listeners who are trying to break free from left vs. right and do something radical — listen.

Dec 13 2016

12mins

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Rank #2: What's the big deal about Goldman Sachs?

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President-elect Donald Trump names Goldman Sachs exec Gary Cohn as the head of the White House National Economic Council. Is banking experience an asset or a detriment when it comes to economic policy? Plus, Kai and Andrea discuss Trump taking aim at Lockheed Martin's F-35 fighter jet costs. Got a question about economics over the next four years? Send them over to @marketplace, @KaiRyssdal and @radiobabe.

Dec 12 2016

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Rank #3: A steelworker's economy

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On today's show, we hear from St. Louis, Missouri and Granite City, Illinois — two cities, separated by one river, with drastically different views on Trump. Plus, is it time for a new political vocabulary? Are you a liberal, conservative, populist, or something else? Tell us the terms you use to identify yourself, we're @marketplace, @KaiRyssdal, and @RadioBabe.

Dec 09 2016

21mins

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Rank #4: Carl's Jr. and the Department of Labor

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Trump is expected to tap Andy Puzder, a fast-food CEO, to head up the Labor Department. Kai and Andrea break down his views on robots, wages, and overtime pay. Plus, the impact of Trump's tweets on our economy.

Dec 08 2016

14mins

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Rank #5: Let's get ready to rumble

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We've got new appointments for the Environmental Protection Agency, the Small Business Association, and ambassador to China. Kai and Andrea talk about Trump's latest picks, where they come from, and how they could shape policy for the next four years.

Dec 07 2016

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Rank #6: Trump's Ohio and the global economy

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Globalization can feel like an abstract force, or it can feel much more personal. Today, we've got the view from Dayton, Ohio. Plus, a look at the nitty-gritty of tax reform. As always, send us your questions about the economy and how it's changing post-election.

Nov 17 2016

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Rank #7: Infrastructure, infrastructure, infrastructure

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We got a few questions about how Trump's infrastructure plan could get through a Republican-controlled Congress:Mike Rodgers asked, "since history indicates republicans don't want to fund anything, what's that mean for trumps ideas?"Justin Taylor asked, "how long will it take to get a $1 tril #infrastructure bill written, passed, signed, and get projects started, & $ flowing?"Marketplace's Washington D.C Bureau Chief Andrea Seabrook joins the show to discuss those questions and the Democratic Party's playbook the next four years.Got questions over the economy over the next four years? Tweet them at @Marketplace.

Nov 16 2016

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Rank #8: Who wants a job?

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On today's show, we're reading the exit poll tea leaves to see how different groups voted. Plus, President-Elect Donald Trump turns to filling out his cabinet.  Traditionally, a Republican administration brings in Washington insiders and members of conservative think tanks, but Trump is far from a traditional Republican. Here's Marketplace DC Bereau Chief Andrea Seabrook:There's a really big difference between, conceptually, rhetorically, between slowly molding the economy that should be, which is what Hillary Clinton did, and saying, "the economy that is sucks for you [and] for us," which is what Trump said. I think that the people that have already lost that insiders-outsiders battle, who already don't have access, they're the ones who voted for Trump by and large.

Nov 10 2016

14mins

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Rank #9: The election hangover

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President Barack Obama made one public prediction before the election: That the sun would rise on November 9 regardless of who won. What he didn't say was the sun would illuminate an America that's much different than many people thought it was. Marketplace's Washington Bureau Chief Andrea Seabrook breaks it down in the latest installment of "Politics Inside Out": There is so much about this election that is shocking for so many reasons– the polls, the media and this and that – but really what we need to look at it as is a reflection of ourselves. If there are that many people in our country who didn’t know that a huge center of our population feels completely disenfranchised – like it is outside of the whole system – well then that says something about the people who thought that. It says something about how much we are able to ignore. It says something about the privilege of thinking you’re sticking up for people who are disenfranchised but actually ignoring some sectors of that. And that’s not to say that the people who voted for Trump were the least fortunate among us, that’s certainly not true, but they are the people who have gained but have gained the slowest and have not been in many ways the focus of Wall Street or Washington or our culture for many years.

Nov 09 2016

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Rank #10: Predicting Sean Spicer as White House Press Secretary

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Kai and Andrea discuss if D.T.S. (drain the swamp) is D.O.A. and how appointed press secretary Sean Spicer will handle his role between government and media. Subscribe to our Marketplace's podcasts at marketplace.org/podcasts or send us an email: insideout@marketplace.org.

Dec 22 2016

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Predicting Sean Spicer as White House Press Secretary

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Kai and Andrea discuss if D.T.S. (drain the swamp) is D.O.A. and how appointed press secretary Sean Spicer will handle his role between government and media. Subscribe to our Marketplace's podcasts at marketplace.org/podcasts or send us an email: insideout@marketplace.org.

Dec 22 2016

9mins

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The rise of the deficit hawks

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Kai and Andrea discuss what the appointment of Mick Mulvaney will mean for the federal budget, and how Trump's Inaugration celebration is shaping up. Got questions about politics and the economy? Send an email to insideout@marketplace.org or let us know on Twitter, @Marketplace, @KaiRyssdal and @radiobabe.

Dec 19 2016

12mins

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'No formal chain of command'

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Kai and Andrea discuss what positions are left on Trump's economic team and what Trump meant when he told the country's tech leaders that his team has "no formal chain of command." Got questions about politics and the economy? Send an email to insideout@marketplace.org.

Dec 16 2016

11mins

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The first hundred days

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Kai and Andrea talk Obama's recess appointments, the future of the filibuster in Congress (or, why Democrats may have shot themselves in the foot for the next four years) and why the stock market continues to rise. Got questions about politics and the economy? Send an email to insideout@marketplace.org.

Dec 15 2016

17mins

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A little less punch at the economic party

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While investors have their eyes trained on the Federal Reserve, the political world is looking at something else — four gold elevators. Kai and Andrea talk interest rates, Trump's latest Cabinet picks, and which nominees the Democrats may try to block. Got questions about politics and our economy? Send us a note, email insideout@marketplace.org.

Dec 14 2016

16mins

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Liberal, conservative or something else

Podcast cover
Read more
This past election has us wondering whether our political parties make sense anymore. We asked you to come up with new terms to describe your politics, and boy, did you deliver. Kai and Andrea talk to two listeners who are trying to break free from left vs. right and do something radical — listen.

Dec 13 2016

12mins

Play

What's the big deal about Goldman Sachs?

Podcast cover
Read more
President-elect Donald Trump names Goldman Sachs exec Gary Cohn as the head of the White House National Economic Council. Is banking experience an asset or a detriment when it comes to economic policy? Plus, Kai and Andrea discuss Trump taking aim at Lockheed Martin's F-35 fighter jet costs. Got a question about economics over the next four years? Send them over to @marketplace, @KaiRyssdal and @radiobabe.

Dec 12 2016

14mins

Play

A steelworker's economy

Podcast cover
Read more
On today's show, we hear from St. Louis, Missouri and Granite City, Illinois — two cities, separated by one river, with drastically different views on Trump. Plus, is it time for a new political vocabulary? Are you a liberal, conservative, populist, or something else? Tell us the terms you use to identify yourself, we're @marketplace, @KaiRyssdal, and @RadioBabe.

Dec 09 2016

21mins

Play

Carl's Jr. and the Department of Labor

Podcast cover
Read more
Trump is expected to tap Andy Puzder, a fast-food CEO, to head up the Labor Department. Kai and Andrea break down his views on robots, wages, and overtime pay. Plus, the impact of Trump's tweets on our economy.

Dec 08 2016

14mins

Play

Let's get ready to rumble

Podcast cover
Read more
We've got new appointments for the Environmental Protection Agency, the Small Business Association, and ambassador to China. Kai and Andrea talk about Trump's latest picks, where they come from, and how they could shape policy for the next four years.

Dec 07 2016

10mins

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Trump vs. Boeing and the real cost of Air Force One

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Donald Trump says the U.S. is paying too much for its Air Force One program. Kai and Andrea talk with Gregory Sanders of the Center for Strategic and International Studies about what makes Air Force One so expensive and what Trump's tweets may tell us about his views on defense spending.

Dec 06 2016

13mins

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Trump's 35% tax

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Over the weekend, Trump called for a 35 percent tax on products sold by any U.S. business that moves jobs out of the country. Kai and Andrea discuss Trump's proposal and what it would take for him to get it done. Got questions about politics and your economy? Tweet them to us @Marketplace, @KaiRyssdal, and @RadioBabe.

Dec 05 2016

11mins

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The economy that Trump inherits

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New numbers out this week point to a strengthening U.S. economy. The unemployment rate is at its lowest since the Great Recession and economic growth is ticking up. How will Trump's administration build on this? Kai and Andrea take stock of the recovery and Trump's latest Cabinet pick, retired Marine General James Mattis. Got questions about the transition, who's in and who's out? Tweet them to us @Marketplace, @KaiRyssdal and @RadioBabe.

Dec 02 2016

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Politics mailbag: Ethics, market reactions and the Fed

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Kai Ryssdal and Andrea Seabrook answer your questions on conflicts of interest, stock market reactions and what to expect from the Federal Reserve over the next four years. Got questions about the election aftermath, Trump's first 100 days or the future of the American economy? Tweet them to @Marketplace@kairyssdal or @RadioBabe.

Dec 01 2016

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Trump's economic vision comes into shape

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Billionaires Steven Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross have been appointed Treasury and Commerce Secretary by President-elect Trump. Carrier Air Conditioning announces it will keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana after originally planning to move them to Mexico. Kai Ryssdal, Marketplace's Washington Bureau Chief Andrea Seabrook and Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley discuss what that will mean for the next four years of Trump-onomics. Got questions about the economy under a Trump presidency? Tweet them to us: @Marketplace@KaiRyssdal and @radiobabe.

Nov 30 2016

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Another day, another round of Cabinet picks from Trump

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Another day, another round of Cabinet picks from President-elect Trump. Kai Ryssdal and Marketplace's Washington Bureau Chief discuss what the appointments of political veterans Tom Price, Elaine Chao and Seema Verma and a possible choice of Mitt Romney for Secretary of State mean for the political outsider-elect. Got questions about the economy under a Trump presidency? Tweet them to us @Marketplace, @KaiRyssdal and @radiobabe.

Nov 29 2016

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The echo chamber and Trump's circle of advisors

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A look at the failed Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba, the resulting Cuban Missile Crisis, and good news/bad news situation of inexperience in executive office.Got questions about the economy under a Trump presidency? Tweet them to us @Marketplace, @KaiRyssdal and @radiobabe.

Nov 28 2016

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Trump lays out his economic agenda

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President-elect Donald Trump outlines his plans for the first 100 days backed by "a simple core principle, putting America first." Kai Ryssdal and Washington Bureau Chief Andrea Seabrook discuss how a Trump Administration can follow up on its promises of bringing jobs back stateside.

Nov 22 2016

12mins

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Democrats hit the reset button

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Incoming Senator Minority Leader Chuck Schumer looks to rebuild the Democratic party, and Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan looks to unseat Nancy Pelosi as House Minority Leader. Both agree there's a place for blue-collar workers in the Democratic Party.Got questions over the economy over the next four years? Tweet them at @Marketplace, @KaiRyssdal and @radiobabe.

Nov 21 2016

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Repeal and replace, but with what?

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President-elect Donald Trump promised to "repeal and replace" Obamacare during his campaign. Now he's saying he may keep some parts of the law. We take a look at what could stay, what might go, and what's too soon to tell.

Nov 18 2016

13mins

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iTunes Ratings

53 Ratings
Average Ratings
49
1
2
1
0

Puts all the pieces together

By Dndiehdbdienf - Jul 19 2019
Read more
We researched and fact checked. If you want the truth defended with real data, listen and enjoy.

Good depth

By Afryan1 - Dec 22 2016
Read more
Enough there to get the background and context behind the headlines.