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  • US Poverty
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    U.S. Poverty

    Tavis Smiley and Cornel West, co-hosts of the “Smiley and West” radio program, talked about their recently launched “Poverty Tour,” which will take them to 16 poor communities across the U.S. They also responded to…

    228,711 views
  • Surveillance and Privacy Issues
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    Surveillance and Privacy Issues

    Jonathan Turley talked about his recent Washington Post piece looking at the issues of surveillance and privacy and U.S. citizens' loss of privacy protections. He responded to telephone calls and…

    105,871 views
  • Debt Ceiling
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    Debt Ceiling

    Veronique de Rugy and Joseph Gagnon talked about the nation' s $14.3 trillion debt ceiling. They discussed the fiscal and economic implications of reaching the debt ceiling, its impact on the…

    44,318 views
  • News Review with Representative Issa
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    News Review with Representative Issa

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chair Darrell Issa (R-CA) talked about current and upcoming investigations by his committee. Topics included his proposed legislation, the…

    42,999 views
  • EVerify System and Undocumented Workers
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    E-Verify System and Undocumented Workers

    Alejandro Mayorkas talked about the government’s E-Verify system and efforts to ensure compliance with laws prohibiting the hiring of undocumented workers. He also responded to telephone calls…

    41,732 views
  • US Food Safety
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    U.S. Food Safety

    Caroline Smith DeWall talked about U.S. food safety, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included Germany’s E. coli outbreak, the evolution and different…

    35,962 views
  • Women and the Conservative Movement
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    Women and the Conservative Movement

    Janice Crouse talked about Concerned Women for America’s agenda on social issues, the 2012 presidential campaign, legislation the group is advocating in Congress, and advocacy at the state level.…

    28,670 views
  • Richard Trumka on Occupy Wall Street Protests
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    Richard Trumka on Occupy Wall Street Protests

    Richard Trumka talked about :the role of unions in the Occupy Wall Street protests, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Other topics included the 2012 campaign, as well as the…

    28,347 views
  • Future of Libya
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    Future of Libya

    Steve Clemons gave an update on the situation in Libya, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He talked about the transition to a new government, saying that the U.S.…

    24,711 views
  • Senator Coburn on Budget Reduction
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    Senator Coburn on Budget Reduction

    Senator Tom Coburn talked about congressional efforts to reach an agreement on a continuing resolution to fund the government for the remainder of fiscal year 2011. He also responded to telephone calls and…

    20,527 views
  • Stability of US Housing Market
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    Stability of U.S. Housing Market

    Lawrence Yun talked about efforts by Congress to “wind down” both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the current condition of the U.S. Housing Market in terms of the economy’s overall strength,…

    13,425 views
  • Future of Conservatism
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    Future of Conservatism

    Al Cardenas talked about his new role as chair of the American Conservative Union, his organization’s political and legislative agenda, and his perspective on the Obama administration’s budget…

    9,670 views
  • Federal and State Education Spending
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    Federal and State Education Spending

    Lily Eskelsen talked about the effects of budgetary cutbacks on teachers and students as well as the impact of union negotiations on the education system. She responded to telephone calls and…

    9,082 views
  • Mental Health Laws in the US
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    Mental Health Laws in the U.S.

    Michael Fitzpatrick talked about mental health in the U.S. including diagnosis, treatment, funding, and legislation. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. C-SPAN…

    7,491 views
  • Jonah Goldberg on Occupy Wall Street Protests
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    Jonah Goldberg on Occupy Wall Street Protests

    Jonah Goldberg talked about his National Review article, “Those Dreamy Anarchists,” on the Occupy Wall Street protests happening in the U.S. and worldwide. He also responded to telephone calls…

    7,449 views
  • Representative McDermott on Medicare and Medicaid
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    Representative McDermott on Medicare and Medicaid

    Representative Jim McDermott talked about Medicare and Medicaid, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He also reacted to the House Republican 2012 budget plan, and…

    6,855 views
  • Role of the National Rifle Association in 2012 Elections
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    Role of the National Rifle Association in 2012 Elections

    David Keene talked about the priorities and goals of the National Rifle Association (NRA) in 2012 elections, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He also discussed the…

    6,219 views
  • Campaign 2012 and the Economy
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    Campaign 2012 and the Economy

    Jason Mattera talked about the 2012 presidential race and the political landscape. He also discussed the latest jobs figures, global financial markets, the overall economic outlook, tax policy,…

    5,399 views
  • Alex Lawson on Social Security Benefits
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    Alex Lawson on Social Security Benefits

    Alex Lawson talked about the status of Social Security and the government announcement on October 19, 2011, that beginning in January 2012 fifty-five million Social Security recipients would get a 3.6…

    5,140 views
  • State and Federal Gun Laws
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    State and Federal Gun Laws

    Paul Helmke and John Lott talked about the shooting in Tucson, Arizona, in which Representative Gabrielle Giffords and 13 others were wounded and six people killed on January 8, 2011. They…

    5,106 views
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