Garrison in Vox, Democratic hopefuls need to address China, climate change, and Afghanistan

Rainey Center president and co-founder, Bishop Garrison, was featured in an article in Vox discussing the foreign policy issues that experts want the 2020 Democratic hopefuls to address in the second round of debates happening this week. Garrison said he would ask the candidates the following three questions: How do we counter and compete with […]

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Rainey Center Welcomes More Mavericks to Growing Team

The Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy is excited to welcome new staff and research fellows as we expand our team of cross-partisan, pragmatic problem solvers.   The Rainey Center welcomes Bartlett Cleland as the executive director of the Rainey Center’s Leadership Alliance for a More Perfect Union (LAMP) program. In this role, he will interface […]

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Scholar Stephen Cobb Explains Why Lawyers Need To Improve Their Media Skills

Stephen Cobb, associate fellow for innovation and technology for the Rainey Center, wrote for Bloomberg Law recently that it is important for attorneys to hone their media skills. The reality of 24-hour news coverage is that legal topics, such as Congressional investigations, will be reported every day and will stir the interest of the American […]

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Garrison says infrastructure security should be a “non-partisan issue”

Rainey Center president and co-founder, Bishop Garrison, was recently published in the Aspen Institute’s blog where he argues that cybersecurity ought to be taken seriously, and is not a simple, single platform threat. He says, It’s not simply the “grid”, although that is at risk. In fact, Russia is said to have spent years inserting […]

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Garrison on MSNBC, party disputes in Congress are a “generational divide”

Rainey Center co-founder and president, Bishop Garrison, appeared on MSNBC over the weekend to discuss the inter-party disputes happening within both the Republican and Democrat parties right now.

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Garrison and Gargaro show the threats of China and climate change go hand in hand

Bishop Garrison, co-founder and president of the Rainey Center, together with associate fellow for energy, David Gargaro, have authored an op-ed in Just Security where they discuss how the United States can combat problems that the presidential hopefuls identified in the recent Democratic debates: China and climate change. They explain,

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Hunt says President Trump “should be proud” of America’s clean energy industry

Sarah Hunt, our co-founder and CEO, was recently quoted in an article by The Guardian about President Trump’s planned defense of “his industry-friendly rollbacks of environment protections,” expected to be announced next week.

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Garrison on MSNBC, North Korea and USA’s goals “diametrically opposed”

Bishop Garrison, co-founder and president of the Rainey Center, was on MSNBC earlier this week to discuss recent actions involving President Trump’s visit to North Korea.

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Garrison on MSNBC, American’s don’t want war with Iran

Bishop Garrison, co-founder and president of the Rainey Center, was on MSNBC earlier this week to discuss recent actions involving Iran and the delay of ICE deportation raids.

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Streaming Music Better for the Environment? Think Again.

The recording industry has undergone a massive transformation into the digital age of music distribution. In 2008, revenue from music streaming made up just 4% of the American music industry. Last year, streaming made up 75% of revenue. This exponential growth means many have embraced streaming options like Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal, but others […]

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