Feehery, John

Five Ideas to Make Congress Work

By on April 24, 2018
Five Ideas to Make Congress Work

by JOHN FEEHERY

The retirement of Speaker Paul Ryan speaks less to the political headwinds facing Republicans and more to the miserable conditions that many Members of Congress work under.

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Why Silence can be Golden

By on November 16, 2015
Why Silence can be Golden

by JOHN FEEHERY

In a campaign atmosphere like this, it may seem ridiculous to preach to the candidates the virtues of virtual silence.

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Want to Improve Trust in Government?

By on December 10, 2014
Want to Improve Trust in Government?

by JOHN FEEHERY

“Should we be surprised that so many Americans hold Congress in such low regard?” The veteran political strategist and former House leadership aide says the public’s view of government is not surprising given the vitriol they are exposed to during political campaigns.

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The Real State Of the Union

By on October 23, 2014
The Real State  Of the Union

John Feehery writes a letter to the president addressing key issues, “Our budget is not just a little out of balance. It is out of balance in historically high terms. We are deeper in debt than we have ever been in our nation’s history.”

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