campaign advertising en From Social Welfare Groups, A River Of Political Influence <em>Part one of the two-part "Secret Persuasion" investigation, reported with the Center for Responsive Politics.</em><p>Bruce Pregler walks down the slope from his cabin, eases into the Au Sable River and casts his line; fishing takes his thoughts away from his downstate law practice.<p>He stands in the flowing water, holding his fishing rod, and gazes at the river around him. "You can't look at it from the bridge or a lodge," he says of the Au Sable, one of Michigan's prime spots for trout fishing. "You need to float it, walk it, wade it, fish it, enjoy it. Tue, 05 Nov 2013 10:20:00 +0000 Peter Overby 18386 at From Social Welfare Groups, A River Of Political Influence TUESDAY: Economist Robert Kahn, Politico Editor David Mark <p>Jim talks with Robert Kahn, economist for Council on Foreign Relations on budget maneuvers between Congress and the White House.&nbsp;</p><p>Then, David Mark, editor at Politico and former editor of Campaigns and Elections, discusses negative advertising and its effect on 2012 election.</p><div class="yj6qo ajU"><div class="ajR" data-tooltip="Show trimmed content" id=":1hd" role="button" tabindex="0"><p> Mon, 10 Dec 2012 21:35:15 +0000 Jim Engster 3361 at