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October 5, 2007

An evangelical Christian for Peace
Ronald Sider, president of Evangelicals for Social Action shares his thoughts with The Moyers Blog.
September 28, 2007

A Crisis of Capitalism?
In his interview with John Bogle, Bill Moyers cites this article from THE NEW YORK TIMES. which examines more than 1,200 nursing homes purchased by large private investment groups.
Alive in Baghdad: Iraqi Children Speak Out
To help put a face to the refugee crisis, check out this video courtesy of the viewer-supported video blog “Alive In Baghdad,” which features journalism from Iraq and its neighbors.
Topic(s): blog, Iraq, war, youth
September 7, 2007

Mountaintop Ministry
Allen Johnson co-founded and heads the advocacy group, Christians for the Mountains, an organization that summons Christians to help protect the environment, paying particular attention to the southern Appalachian Mountains region.
As former head of the Office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice, Jack Goldsmith was responsible for advising President Bush on what he could and could not do legally -- Read a preview of his book THE TERROR PRESIDENCY.
Surveillance of the people, for the the people?
The discussion on the delicate balance between national security and the protection of civil liberties continues with the JOURNAL interview of Anthony Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union and former Republican congressman Mickey Edwards.
August 31, 2007

Respecting the Dignity of Labor
Talk about economic and employment issues on the blog.
August 24, 2007

Rick Karr on Low-Power Radio
Correspondent Rick Karr gives an update on WQRZ's Brice Phillips.
Topic(s): blog, Katrina, media
August 3, 2007

A New American Dream?
Viewers comment on the past and future of The American Dream.
Cultural Amnesia: Who would you remember?
Viewers comment on" Which individual, for good or ill, do you believe is most important for generations to come to understand and learn from? And why?
July 27, 2007

Where best can the US fight al Qaeda?
Viewers weigh in on intelligence matters, terror and the war in Iraq.
Why Earmarks Matter
Article by by Ryan Alexander, President of Taxpayers for Common Sense.
July 20, 2007

Poetry and Prejudice
This week on BILL MOYERS JOURNAL, Bill Moyers talks with scholar and poet Martín Espada about the borders of racism facing the Latino community in America today, and how the news media sometimes perpetuates these issues.
Topic(s): arts, blog, poetry, race
Poll: The Yes Men
Do you think the Yes Men's methods are an ethical form of social activism?
Topic(s): blog, politics, satire
July 13, 2007

Poll: Civil Liberties and National Security
Find out what other viewers say about this statement: During a time of war, the government should take any means necessary to ensure national security.
July 6, 2007

Story Updates: Libby, Eagles, Trade and more
Updates on stories previously covered by BILL MOYERS JOURNAL.
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 Citizen’s Global Trade Watch division.
Where's the Party?
Conservatives on the future of the GOP.
June 22, 2007

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