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June 29, 2007

Poll: Financial Downturn Ahead?
Take a poll on the reported mortgage crisis.
Trade Policy Not Just a Rust Belt Concern Anymore
Article by Lori Wallach, Director of Public Citizenís Global Trade Watch division.
Victor Gold
Deputy Press Secretary to Barry Goldwater during the 1964 campaign, Victor Gold discusses where he believes the Republican Party has gone astray in the last twenty years.
Where's the Party?
Conservatives on the future of the GOP.
June 22, 2007

Bill Moyers Reads...
Reading list from Bill Moyers
Growing Up Muslim in America
Reflections from a native New Yorker, Eman Ahmed, an attorney specializing in employment discrimination.
Imam Zaid Shakir
Bill Moyers talks Imam Zaid Shakir, an African-American who converted to Islam as a young man, about the importance of a moderate Muslim voice in America.
Investigative Journalist Ken Silverstein
Washington Editor of HARPER'S Magazine, Ken Silverstein, discusses his latest article in which he ventures undercover to reveal the inner-workings of the Washington lobbying world.
Perspectives from Muslim women
Conversations with four Muslim women from California
Poll: Undercover Journalism
Do you think undercover investigations like those used in Ken Silverstein's recent report compromise journalistic credibility?
June 15, 2007

Andy Stern: President of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
The President of Service Employees International Union, the fastest growing union in the nation, weighs in on the growing economic gap between average families and the wealthiest Americans.
Grace Lee Boggs
Bill Moyers talks with 91 year old activist, Grace Lee Boggs, about the cultural revolution brewing in our country at the grassroots level.
Seeds of Change by Grace Lee Boggs
A special blog essay by the community activist.
The Libby Pardon
A Bill Moyers Essay on the justifications and consequences of a presidential pardon of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby
June 8, 2007

Are Science and Religion at Odds?
What do you think? -Are religion and science truly at odds with one another? -Can and should scientific terms and notions be used to explain religion and vice versa?
Ask Christian Parenti
Journalist Christian Parenti answers questions about Afghanistan.
Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori
Presiding Bishop of Episcopal Church in the United States of America on the challenges facing the church in the 21st century.
Christian Parenti on Afghanistan
Journalist Christian Parenti, just back from his fourth visit to the forgotten frontline, speaks to Moyers about the growing influence of warlords in government and the resurgence of the Taliban
High-Flying Executives
Blog discussion of CEO salaries.
Homosexuality and the Episcopal Church (1976-2007)
Timeline of church doctrinal decisions on homosexuality.
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