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    U.S. Economy and Federal Deficit

    Lawrence Summers and Robert Gibbs debated Karl Rove and Alan Simpson on ways to solve U.S. economic issues. The debate included opening remarks, roundtable discussion, and responses to…

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    Future of Capitalism

    Dick Armey, Howard Dean, Arianna Huffington, John Kasich, and Joe Scarborough participated in a discussion on the future of capitalism. Among the topics they addressed wee the role of…

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    Book Discussion on Right on the Money: Financial Advice for Tough Times

    Pat Robertson talked about his 19th book, Right on the Money: Financial Advice for Tough Times (FaithWords; May 27, 2009). The founder of the Christian Broadcast Network and Regent…

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    Campaign 2008

    Republican and Democratic Party leaders and proponents debated the topic: “Election 2008: Which Party Is Best Suited to Lead America?” Each participant delivered an opening…

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    Distance Learning Class

    Students from the University of Denver and Pace University in New York City participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.  br/ Pat Robertson spoke to the class about…

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    Politics and Moral Values

    Mr. Robertson talked about the role of Christian values in American society, the global reach of Christianity, the role of the church and Christian morals in policy making, and the…

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    Supreme Court and Constitutional Authority

    Participants debated the role of the Supreme Court in American culture and politics. Among the topics they addressed were the practice of judicial activism, religious and social…

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    Administration of Justice in the 20th Century

    On the occasion of Regent University’s law school accreditation, Mr. Starr, who served on the U.S. Court of Appeals, spoke about the process of judging, especially in…

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