Pete On The Issues

Politics and Prose with Jonathan Allen




00:00
Intro for Politics and Prose with Jonathan Allen
3:54
What did you mean by "profanity may be abusive but also poetic"?
5:20
Tell us a little bit about your parents.
5:53
How did you get into data analysis from humanities?
8:20
Explain what you mean by saying there's a tension between efficiency, morality, responsiveness, and mercy.
13:14
Are there federal policies you look at and think that we're really getting the balance of efficiency versus morality wrong?
15:22
What do you mean by "policy and symbolism cannot be decoupled?"
18:45
What made you sign up for the Navy Reserves?
21:30
What is the best thing for the US to do about the situation in Afghanistan?
26:26
What are your thoughts on Medicare-For-All and should we eliminate private insurance?
28:58
"Let's start at values before policy"
31:09
What's your Democratic bumper sticker?
31:38
What is freedom to you?
33:00
What is the relationship between fairness and growth?
35:14
Tell us about your decision to come out as gay.
39:02
What if people say 'I like Pete, but he's not a senator or governor.' What's your plan for winning the presidency?
41:08
How do we talk to conservatives in red states who watch Fox News?
44:20
Who or what inspired you to run? Why are you running?
46:26
Fairness as a value.
47:40
What is your strategy for overcoming divisive politics?
49:50
What are your thoughts on how technology can perpetuate inequality?
52:34
How has South Bend changed you?
54:32
How would you approach solving the problem of gun violence? How do you talk about gun control with people in red states?
57:43
How can we communicate the idea that we all come from immigrants?
1:00:52
What is the extent to which racial backlash explains recent election results?
1:03:55
How would you address forgotten communities nationally?