Tag: Politics
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Interview
Airdate: March 1, 2012

The Harvard law professor and noted author discusses the ongoing affirmative action debate as the U.S. Supreme Court agrees to reconsider the constitutionality of race-conscious college admissions.

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Interview
Airdate: February 27, 2012

The Democratic strategist and D2 Strategies president discusses Mitt Romney’s chances in Michigan, the GOP presidential primary season and the impact of money on politics.

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Interview
Airdate: February 21, 2012

The social critic, out with the new book Pity the Billionaire, discusses the Tea Party movement and which way the pendulum is swinging in the Republican Party.

"The credit scoring system was created 50 years ago...It has now become exclusive rather than inclusive." -Personal finance expert Suze Orman
Blog: Seen & HeardBlog: Staff & Guest Blog
February 10th, 2012

Check out the sights and sounds from our studio as guests sit in the chair to have a conversation with Tavis.

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Interview
Airdate: February 14, 2012

POLITICO’s senior political reporter examines the “topsy-turvy” GOP presidential primary season.

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Interview
Airdate: February 13, 2012

The veteran journalist discusses his new book, The Age of Austerity, and explains how austerity has become “a great political tool.”

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Interview
Airdate: February 6, 2012

The former senator—and senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations committee—shares his thoughts on the deteriorating relationship between the U.S. and Syria.

Russian protestor and activist Alexei Navalny  Photo: Alexey Yushenkov
January 30th, 2012

To a chosen few, he was known only as a guy online. To the world, he’s becoming one of Russia’s chief protestors.

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January 28th, 2012

Newt Gingrich’s moon base is a terrible idea. This 1970s space colony, however, is pure gold.

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Interview
Airdate: January 30, 2012

The National Journal Group’s editorial director, who’s been in Florida ahead of the state’s GOP presidential face-off, explains why this primary season has been the most unsettled for either party in the modern era.

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