Pantsuit Politics

*One of Apple Podcasts Best Podcasts of 2021*"Compelling and thoughtful listening" - the New York TimesHosted by Kentuckians Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, Pantsuit Politics is an independent podcast that takes a different approach to the news. Sarah and Beth are citizens who prioritize curiosity over the conflict that often drives political conversations. Pay attention without the anxiety. New episodes every Tuesday and Friday. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 49m. Bisher sind 737 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 25 days 2 hours 5 minutes


The Briefcase: The Supreme Court, Freddie Gray, #NoBillNoBreak

The Supreme Court keeps issuing opinions. The Senators keep talking. The Representatives keep sitting.


 2016-06-24  42m

Brexit and the Unthinkable Materializing

We talk about the UK’s unprecedented decision to leave the European Union


 2016-06-28  52m

The Briefcase: Unanswerable Questions

There’s been another terrorist attack, a report on Benghazi, and the Dump Trump movement is still kind of a thing.


 2016-07-01  29m

Incredible Action: Erin Miller and the Recognition of WASPs

Erin Miller not only reached out with good news; she made good news happen


 2016-07-04  26m

 2016-07-07  18m

Special Episode the morning after Dallas

When the world feels like it's falling apart.


 2016-07-08  16m

The Inside Scoop on Political Advertising: Our Interview with Fred Davis (Part I)

We talk with Fred Davis about his great political ads, Super PACs, and the strange 2016 primary.


 2016-07-11  23m

An Insider's Look at Political Advertising: Part II of Our Interview with Fred Davis

We talk with Fred Davis about how he got started and why he continues in the crazy political advertising business.


 2016-07-12  30m

The Briefcase: Gap-Filing

The gap between Bernie and Hillary supporters is closing and the gap between public and private Hillary is becoming more clear.


 2016-07-15  23m

How do we respond to chaos?

We try to bring this perspective from Salman Rushdie forward during a very difficult news week.


 2016-07-19  40m