John Feehery: Speaking Engagements


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  • For House Conservatives, a Clear–If Grim–Choice on Spending Legislation

    Posted on September 14, 2016

    (Published in The WSJ) There are many reasons “lame-duck” sessions of Congress have that name. Departing lawmakers don’t want to interrupt their various job searches to do the bidding of their...

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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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  • Breaking the Bayh Habit

    Posted on August 16, 2016

    “Joanne Herring: Why is Congress saying one thing and doing nothing? “Charlie Wilson: Well, tradition mostly.” That’s one of my favorite lines from the great movie, “Charlie Wilson’s War.” I...

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  • The Valentine’s Eve Massacre

    Posted on February 14, 2016

    I didn’t catch all of the debate. It was on a Saturday night, and I have a life, mostly revolving around my kids. And watching the entirety of a GOP...

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  • The Lessons of Roth-Kemp

    Posted on December 16, 2015

    When Bruce Thompson and Jim Brady started selling a tax reform plan in the late 1970’s, they didn’t get into specifics or try to educate people on the intricacies of...

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