This Week in Washington - May 18, 2022

This Week in Washington - May 18, 2022

May 18, 2022

Patrick Robertson reflects this week on his years working in and with members of the U.S.Senate and talks about why headlines such as “The longest 50-50 Senate grinds on” really miss the point. Ramona Lessen reviewed Tuesday’s Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing that examined the U.S.-Canada Energy and Minerals Partnership.

We have also included this week’s Total Spectrum Spotlight. Congressman Erik Paulsen interviewed exclusively for the Arizona Chamber membership Mr. Kevin Hassett, former Senior Advisor and Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. If you’re concerned about inflation, the chance of a recession, or the impact of government regulations on your business, you’ll want to watch this interview.

This is the latest of a series of interviews with newsmakers and news shapers. The next will be with Charlie Cook, the founder of the independent and nonpartisan Cook Report. Charlie has been referred to as the “Picasso of election analysis,” and is one of America’s preeminent authorities on U.S. elections and political trends.

Watch Total Spectrum Spotlight