- Michael Auslin, American Enterprise Institute, Foreign & Defense Policy Studies Resident Scholar summarizes the military tension between North & South Korea. He explains how the escalating conflict may affect U.S. military obligations in the region, and the overall U.S. diplomatic role in developments on the Korean Peninsula.
- Olga Naidenko, Environmental Working Group, Senior Scientist shares the results of the organization’s study of U.S. drinking water that found Chromium-6, a probable carcinogen, in the drinking water of 31 U.S. cities.
- Chandler Goule, National Farmers Union, Government Relations Vice President looks at how the economy has impacted food policy in America with regard to small farmers. He shares what government programs work on their behalf, and how the food safety bill will affect them.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 12pm (ET)