We're looking at some of the top recent political headline in our monthly check-in with Political Junkie Ken Rudin: congressional Republicans flexing their newfound political muscles, challenging the White House on immigration, health care, and foreign policy, and Mitt Romney bows out of the presidential race, leaving supporters with a long list of alternatives.
- Ken Rudin - host of The Political Junkie, a weekly radio show covering national, state, and local politics. He is an expert in U.S. politics and campaign history, and a former NPR political editor.
- Listen to Ken's recent podcast about the thinning 2016 Senate field: "If the 34 seats up, 24 of them are currently held by the GOP. As dispiriting as that sounds, it’s even worse for them if you look at who’s up in 2016: very few Democratic targets, far more vulnerable Republicans."
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