Tag: Politics
Airdate: January 16, 2012

In Part 1 of a conversation on “Remaking America,” thought leaders wrestle with solutions for restoring the country’s prosperity.

Airdate: December 14, 2011

The award-winning documentary filmmaker shares the story of uncovering the truth about his father—a CIA spy and the subject of The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby.

November 27th, 2011

Our blogger Sean Nixon explains why he thinks “silly season is back in politics.”

Airdate: November 28, 2011

The former DNC chair shares why he feels President Obama will be re-elected and explains what he believes led to the collapse of the congressional super committee.

Airdate: November 16, 2011

The Washington Post opinion writer explains what would happen if the congressional supercommittee fails to come up with a plan for the looming deficit crisis.

Airdate: November 4, 2011

The ACLU president and author of Taking Liberties discusses the Patriot Act, 10 years later, and explains why it’s time to start looking at the law’s provisions.

Airdate: October 31, 2011

Borosage, who is also co-director of the Campaign for America’s Future, discusses taxes, the Occupy Wall Street movement and the problem with the term “working poor.”

Airdate: November 7, 2011

The Harvard law professor and author of Republic Lost discusses the OWS and Tea Party movements and explains how Washington’s distorted focus on raising campaign funds impacts America.

Blog: Staff & Guest Blog
October 7th, 2011

The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf peace activist Leymah Gbowee and Yemeni women’s rights activist Tawakkul Karma. Watch our past conversations with Gbowee and President Johnson Sirleaf and share your thoughts.

October 5th, 2011

When it comes to civility, is the U.S. really doing any better spiritually or morally today than in the time of its forefathers? Join the conversation with our blogger Sean Nixon.

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