John Feehery: Speaking Engagements

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  • Anatomy of a Winning Senate Campaign

    Posted on September 12, 2016

    This originally appeared on the website Political Storm. It wasn’t all that clear at the beginning of the election cycle that Rob Portman, Ohio’s junior senator, would be able to...

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  • Con Man

    Posted on March 2, 2016

    (Published on the CSM) Let’s posit that Donald Trump is a con man. Most Trump voters probably know that and don’t really care that much. They look at all politicians...

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  • The Predicting the Future Fallacy

    Posted on January 22, 2016

    When it comes to predicting the future, I am a bit of a skeptic. I am skeptical of political pollsters, I am skeptical of economic forecasters, and I am a...

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  • Trump As the Defender of the Faith

    Posted on January 19, 2016

    On 17 October 1521, Pope Leo X declared King Henry VIII the Fidei Defensor or Defender of the Faith. The Pope was more than a bit desperate. Martin Luther had...

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  • The SEC Is Good At Football (Or Was); It’s Not So Good At Picking Presidential Nominees

    Posted on December 10, 2015

    (Originally published in the WSJ) If recent history is any guide, the Republican candidate who competes best in the once-solid South won’t get enough votes in the rest of the...

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