Author Archives: Radnor Reports

About Radnor Reports

Ken Feltman is past-president of the International Association of Political Consultants and the American League of Lobbyists. He is retired chairman of Radnor Inc., an international political consulting and government relations firm in Washington, D.C. Know as a coalition builder, he has participated in election campaigns and legislative efforts in the United States and several other countries.

Why Good Politics And Good Climate Science Don’t Mix

Maggie Koerth-Baker of FiveThirtyEight – Imagine two people walking through a field. One of them tiptoes gingerly, zigging and zagging from one side to another. The other strides confidently straight ahead. Who looks more like they know what they’re doing? … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, FiveThirtyEight, Politics

Trumpgret? Will Trump’s New Hampshire struggle popularize a new political term?

Are voters feeling ‘Trumpgret?’ When Chad Johansen voted for Donald Trump in 2016, he hoped he was picking someone who could help small-business owners compete with bigger companies. But that hasn’t happened, and now the 26-year-old owner of NH iPhone … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Donald Trump

The politics behind your college and how you pay for it

Sara Swann in from the Center for Responsive Politics – With the end of summer fast approaching comes another year of rising college tuition costs and looming student loans. The student loan industry is a major player in money in … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Loans, Politics

The most common age among whites in U.S. is 58 – more than double that of racial and ethnic minorities

Katherine Schaeffer of the Pew research Center – There were more 27-year-olds in the United States than people of any other age in 2018. But for white Americans, the most common age was 58, according to a Pew Research Center … Continue reading

Posted in Demographics, Pew Research, Thought-Provoking Analysis

Dow sinks 800 points as signs of recession loom

A Radnor Reports bulletin from the Boston Globe – The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 800 points, or 3 percent, to 25,479 after the bond market flashed a warning sign about a possible recession for the first time since 2007. … Continue reading

Posted in Bulletin, Business, Economics, Investing