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May 18, 2007

Racism, Misogyny and Hip-Hop
Blog discussion of the role of banning derogatory terms in combating racism.
Topic(s): culture, media, politics, race
May 14, 2007

Bill Moyers asks...
Blog discussion of what makes us go to war -- "Is there something in our DNA?"
Topic(s): culture, history, war
May 11, 2007

I'm Harry
Bill Moyers reflects on sacrifice and war.
Topic(s): Iraq
Keeping the Faith
Pat Robertson's Regent University is working to ensure that Biblical principles are reflected in the law of the land.
Marilyn B. Young
Historian Marilyn B. Young, co-editor of IRAQ AND THE LESSONS OF VIETNAM: OR, HOW NOT TO LEARN FROM THE PAST
Topic(s): history, Iraq, politics
Nick Gillespie of REASON magazine
Nick Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief of the libertarian monthly REASON magazine.
Personal Faith and Politics
Blog posting and responses about the separation of church and state.
The Church and State Debate
A look at the origins of America's church and state debate.
The Cost of War
How do you make tangible the true costs of the Iraq war
Topic(s): economy, Iraq, veterans
May 4, 2007

Carlo Bonini and the Yellowcake Affair
Bill Moyers sits down with Carlo Bonini, Italy's foremost investigative reporter, on his role in uncovering the "yellowcake" forgeries prominent in Iraq pre-war intelligence.
Jerry Miller and the Innocence Project
Jerry Miller, recently exonerated after 24 years in prison by DNA evidence, discusses how he remained positive amidst the most negative of circumstances
Topic(s): courts, DNA, law
Jonathan Miller
Bill Moyers talks with British intellectual Jonathan Miller about his upcoming PBS series on religion, A Brief History of Disbelief.
Jonathan Miller on the Theater: Finding Epiphanies in the Mundane
Famed British director Jonathan Miller on the theater.
Topic(s): culture, theater
May 3, 2007

A Brief History of Disbelief
Blog discussion of an excerpt of Jonathan Miller's "A Brief History of Disbelief"
Topic(s): athiesm, blog, religion
Learning the Lessons of Wrongful Convictions
Barry Scheck, Innocence Project Co-Director, writes about using DNA to free the wrongly-convicted and Bill Moyers Journal guest Jerry Miller.
Topic(s): blog, courts, DNA, law
April 27, 2007

A Tribute to David Halberstam
Bill Moyers pays tribute to journalist David Halberstam.
Bill Moyers: On the Record
Bill Moyers responds to questions about some in the White House press corps' dissatisfaction over the way we portrayed the Presidential press conference of March 6, 2003.
Blogging for Truth: Josh Marshall
Popular political blogger Josh Marshall from talkingpointsmemo.com gives the Journal his perspective on the role of politics in the recent firings of federal prosecutors.
Jon Stewart
The Daily Show's Host: Why do so many get their news and analysis from his fake news show?
Open-Source Journalism
Blog discussion of the uses of collaboration on the internet by journalists and others.
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