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Bailout Hearings Timeline
Follow the course of the bailout hearings ? bargains, media moments and more
Emma Coleman Jordan on the Bailout Hearings
Georgetown University's legal and finance scholar Emma Coleman Jordan takes Bill Moyers through recent news on the bailouts as big business begs for more.
December 12, 2008
Bill Moyers on a recent report on abuse of power at the FCC.
Bill Moyers sits down with political commentator and Salon.com blogger Glenn Greenwald who asks: Are we a nation ruled by men or by laws? A former constitutional and civil rights lawyer, Greenwald looks at the legacy of the Bush Administration, the prospects for President-elect Obama's cabinet choices, as well as the possibilities for government accountability.
The Rule of Law: The Bush Legal Legacy
Review a collection of JOURNAL reports on the Bush Administration and the Rule of Law
Topic(s): civil liberties
, civil rights
, foreign affairs
, Justice Department
, White House
Playing for Change
Bill Moyers talks with Mark Johnson, the producer of a remarkable documentary about the simple but transformative power of music.
As one of the most progressive voices in the Senate who also campaigned for President-elect Obama, what does Russ Feingold (D-WI) expect of the next four years? Bill Moyers sits down with the Wisconsin Senator to find out his perspectives on progressivism and its role in the new administration, and to ask him what changes he'd like to see in the Obama Presidency.
Changing the Way We Eat
Discover innovative schemes aiming to change the way our nation eats. View Will Allen, of Growing Power, a pioneer in the urban farming movement in action. Find out about what Alice Waters, international-known chef and sustainable farm advocate, is hoping to see on the White House Lawn. And take a virtual visit to one of artist Fritz Haeg's Edible Estates.
, community organizing
Michael Pollan's Food Fight
Bill Moyers sits down with Michael Pollan, Knight Professor of Journalism at UC Berkeley, to discuss what direction the U.S. should pursue in the often-overlooked question of food policy. Pollan is author of IN DEFENSE OF FOOD: AN EATER'S MANIFESTO.
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EXPOSE on THE JOURNAL: Danger Beneath the North Texas Soil
Fatal flaws in gaslines. THE JOURNAL and EXPOS? AMERICA'S INVESTIGATIVE Reports present an investigative story into tragic accidents resulting from natural gas explosions. The report is part of BLUEPRINT AMERICA, a PBS-wide series on the nation's infrastructure.
Last Call for the Bush Administration
Find out what federal regulations the Bush Administration wants in place before they leaves town.
THE TIMES' Joe Nocera on Government Gold
JOURNAL guest-host Deborah Amos speaks with NEW YORK TIMES business columnist Joe Nocera about the bailout mania in Washington and who's next in line to get federal assistance
Expose on the Journal: Broken Justice
EXPOS? and THE JOURNAL follow a team from THE DENVER POST's award-winning reporting on the broken justice system on Indian reservations across the country.
Honoring Our Veterans
From D-Day to Baghdad ? collection of video and online resources about and for veterans.
New President, Same World
What will President-elect Obama's promises of change mean for the Middle East? JOURNAL guest host Deborah Amos sits down with Elizabeth Rubin, the Edward R. Murrow press fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Slate magazine columnist Fred Kaplan.
American History Lessons
Bill Moyers sits down with Columbia University professor Eric Foner, who specializes in political and African-American history, and Patricia J. Williams, a professor of law at Columbia University.
Kevin Phillips on Obama's Challenge
Does Barack Obama's victory mean a new and permanent political alignment in American politics? Bill Moyers speaks with Kevin Phillips about how America has changed since Phillips penned THE EMERGING REPUBLICAN MAJORITY 40 years ago.
Moyers on Changing Times
A Bill Moyers essay on change and the new administration.
Moyers on Terkel and Leonard
A Bill Moyers essay on the loss of Studs Terkel and John Leonard.