Seeking Bipartisanship a Must Now All the More

A recent Pew report noted that "a large majority of the public wants the new president to work closely with members of the opposing party in Congress (76%)" and that "Overall, 50% say it is either very (10%) or somewhat (41%) likely that Donald Trump will work with Democrats in Washington on important issues, while… Continue reading Seeking Bipartisanship a Must Now All the More

Lookit! Ray LaHood’s Speech on Seeking Bipartisanship at the Bloomberg Government Book Launch Party

At last night's book launch party held by Bloomberg Government for Secretary Ray LaHood, a Department of Transportation (DOT) alum fondly recalled Secretary LaHood's trademark "Lookit!" Indeed, Americans--Republicans and Democrats alike--will do well to look at his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship, which Secretary LaHood coauthored with Dr. Frank H. Mackaman who heads The Dirksen Congressional… Continue reading Lookit! Ray LaHood’s Speech on Seeking Bipartisanship at the Bloomberg Government Book Launch Party

Secretary Ray LaHood and IOP Director David Axelrod discuss bipartisanship at the University of Chicago

Launching his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship (coauthored with Dr. Frank Mackaman who heads The Dirksen Congressional Center), Secretary Ray LaHood will be speaking at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics on the topic that could not be timelier in American politics--bipartisanship. He will be joined by David Axelrod for this event which will take… Continue reading Secretary Ray LaHood and IOP Director David Axelrod discuss bipartisanship at the University of Chicago

Ray LaHood to be Interviewed by PBS NewsHour Anchor Judy Woodruff about his book “Seeking Bipartisanship”

Ray LaHood, former Secretary of Transportation and the only elected Republican to serve in President Obama's Cabinet, will be interviewed on October 26 by PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff at WTVP about his new book Seeking Bipartisanship which he coauthored with Dr. Frank Mackaman who heads The Dirksen Congressional Center. The interview will take place… Continue reading Ray LaHood to be Interviewed by PBS NewsHour Anchor Judy Woodruff about his book “Seeking Bipartisanship”

Outstanding Turnout for Secretary Ray LaHood’s Book Talk on Seeking Bipartisanship at Bradley University

Ray LaHood Seeking Bipartisanship Cambria Press publication book author review

Cambria Press Book Talk by Author Secretary Ray LaHood Close to 300 people turned up for Secretary Ray LaHood's talk on his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship, at Bradley University yesterday. The book, which was written with Dr. Frank H. Mackaman who heads the Dirksen Congressional Center, is an unprecedented book detailing Secretary LaHood's efforts to… Continue reading Outstanding Turnout for Secretary Ray LaHood’s Book Talk on Seeking Bipartisanship at Bradley University

Cambria Press Publication Excerpt from Seeking Bipartisanship by Ray LaHood with Frank H. Mackaman

Cambria Press Publication Excerpt from Seeking Bipartisanship by Ray LaHood with Frank H. Mackaman: "Congress does not need to be —indeed should not be— a contest to see who can shout the loudest or who can throw the most accusations at the other party. We should rationally attempt to address, discuss, and solve problems on… Continue reading Cambria Press Publication Excerpt from Seeking Bipartisanship by Ray LaHood with Frank H. Mackaman

#APSA2015 Meet Tom Cronin & Michael Genovese @CambriaPress Booth TODAY

#APSA2015 Cambria Press Booth (705) at 10 a.m. on Friday: Meet Thomas Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership Meet Thomas E. Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership today at 10 a.m. at the Cambria Press booth (705) in the #APSA2015 book exhibit hall. You might… Continue reading #APSA2015 Meet Tom Cronin & Michael Genovese @CambriaPress Booth TODAY

Jockeying for the American Presidency

Cambria Press publication Jockeying for the American Presidency (Chapter Excerpts) Chapter 1: Presidential Selection and Aspirant Opportunism "...to say that all presidents are opportunists does not mean that they are all the same. As previously mentioned, the opportunism of the presidents most probably varies across the individuals who have held the office. Aside from innate… Continue reading Jockeying for the American Presidency

#2016Election – Can the American Elections be Saved?

From Cambria Press: #2016Election MUST READ--Saving American Elections This is a book which CHOICE, the academic library journal, recommends for "all readership levels"--One reason: the book provides a way to "teach the public to think of elections as a way to participate in community decisions and less as an individual expression of opinion." http://goo.gl/H7ssgY See… Continue reading #2016Election – Can the American Elections be Saved?

#2016Election: What you need to know about Jockeying for the American Presidency

If you're looking to make sense of the 2016 presidential elections after last night's Republican debate and trying to understand these candidates who are Jockeying for the American Presidency, this is the book. As Dr. Lara M. Brown (Associate Professor & Program Director, Political Management Masters, Graduate School of Political Management, George Washington University) stated… Continue reading #2016Election: What you need to know about Jockeying for the American Presidency