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An Honorable Profession: a podcast that features rising Democratic leaders. They share their personal stories, and discuss ways to restore trust in government, as well as sanity in politics, in an insane era.

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Dec 1, 2022

In this week’s episode, host and NewDEAL Leader Ryan Coonerty talks with Canton, MI, Representative Ranjeev Puri about his leadership role as a majority whip tasked with holding together his caucus in a legislature that will be under full Democratic control for the first time in 40 years after this year's historic...


Nov 23, 2022

In this week's episode, we feature NewDEAL CEO Debbie Cox Bultan's appearance on a recent episode of the Moderate Party Podcast - a political podcast for moderates, centrists, and independents hosted by Hillari Lombard. They talk about moderate victories in the 2022 midterms, why they happened, and how to replicate...


Nov 17, 2022

In this week’s episode, host and NewDEAL CEO Debbie Cox Bultan talks with State Attorney Dave Aronberg from West Palm Beach, FL. In a wide-ranging interview about major policy challenges, Florida politics, and the future of the Democratic and Republican parties, Aronberg discusses his work to address the opioid crisis...


Nov 11, 2022

In the wake of the midterms, An Honorable Profession co-hosts Debbie Cox Bultan and Ryan Coonerty joined forces to discuss what we saw in this week’s elections and some main takeaways, including how mainstream Democrats beat back Republican extremism. They were joined by several special guests: former Michigan House...


Nov 3, 2022

In the third episode of our special Freedoms At Stake 2022 Election Series, host and NewDEAL CEO Debbie Cox Bultan talks with President and Founder of iVote Ellen Kurz. They discuss the critical role secretaries of state play in our democracy and why iVote's work to elect pro-voting secretaries of state is so important....