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January 2019

Reason Podcast Interview with Philip Howard

January 16

Philip discussed Try Common Sense with Nick Gillespie of Reason Magazine. Listen here.

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How Do We Fix It? Podcast Interview with Philip Howard

January 24

The How Do We Fix It? podcast reconnects with its inaugural guest, Philip K. Howard, to discuss his new book, Try Common Sense. Listen here.

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Philip Howard on White House Chronicle

January 25

Philip sat down with Llewellyn King to discuss his new book, Try Common Sense. Watch here.

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Philip Howard on CNBC

January 29

Philip talks about his new book, Try Common Sense. Watch here.

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Philip Howard on MetroFocus

January 30

Getting rid of gridlock on capitol hill, Philip K. Howard, noted advocate for simplifying government, is here with a common sense solutions so things can actually get done. Watch it here.

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Philip Howard on KOMO

January 31

With the controversy surrounding Howard Schultz's potential presidential run as an independent, we talked to author Philip K. Howard on Thursday. He is the founder of “Common Good," a nonprofit that advocates for simplifying government. Listen here.

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February 2019

Philip Howard on Problem Solver Politics

February 10

Philip was on Problem Solver Politics discussing his new book, Try Common Sense. Listen here.

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Philip Howard on The Bond Buyer

February 12

Philip Howard was on The Bond Buyer podcast talking about his new book, Try Common Sense. Listen here.

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Bureaucracy vs. Democracy Hosted by The Center on Capitalism and Society at Columbia University and Common Good

February 19 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Columbia University; International Affairs Building, 420 West 118th Street
New York, NY 10027 United States
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On February 19, the Center on Capitalism and Society at Columbia University and Common Good will co-host a morning forum, “Bureaucracy vs. Democracy,” discussing the need to reboot legacy bureaucracies. The event will consist of three panels looking at the bureaucratic causes of public paralysis and voter alienation. Philip Howard will present a paper summarizing economic, psychological, and legal critiques of bureaucracy. Co-hosts: Edmund Phelps, Director, Center on Capitalism and Society (2006 Nobel Prize) Philip K. Howard, Chair, Common Good…

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Philip Howard on C-SPAN2

February 20

Philip Howard talked about his book, Try Common Sense: Replacing the Failed Ideologies of Left and Right, in which he offered his thoughts on how to create a more practical and accountable form of government. Watch here.

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March 2019

Inside the ICE House Podcast with Philip Howard

March 11

Philip K. Howard has spent a lifetime pursuing common sense cures to government excess and bloat. The patient is in critical condition: a raft of rules and regulations have infected every corner of the federal bureaucracy, from how agriculture products are harvested to how first responders can assist those at an accident scene. In the great tradition of Thomas Paine, Philip Howard is a lawyer and pamphleteer on a mission: cutting red tape wherever he sees it. His latest book: Try Common Sense: Replacing the Failed Ideologies of Right and Left, is a call to action as Election 2020 gets underway. Listen here.

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Making Sense of Political Chaos Hosted by The John Locke Foundation

March 14 @ 11:30 am EDT
North Carolina State Bar, 217 E Edenton St
Raleigh, NC 27601 United States
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No quick fix will correct a failing American system of government. But Philip Howard, legal expert and founder of the group Common Good, hopes people will Try Common Sense. 20 years ago Howard wrote a best-selling book, “The Death of Common Sense: How Law is Suffocating America.” Since its publication, Howard has gone on to write numerous books including “Life Without Lawyers: Restoring Responsibility on America” and “The Rule of Nobody: Saving America from Dead Laws and Broken Government.” His latest…

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