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Bill Simon Interview
This video from ReasonTV shows an interview with Bill Simon.
Running time: 471 seconds
Richard Viguerie on the Future of Conservatism
In this video from ReasonTV, Matt Welch interviews Richard Viguerie.
Running time: 453 seconds
LP Chairman William Redpath Tells All
This video from ReasonTV shows you an interview with William Redpath, chairman of the Libertarian Party.
Running time: 592 seconds
The New U.S. Foreign Policy Objectives
Author Nina Hachigian of The Center For American Progress talks about recommendations for the new U.S foreign policy. She discusses the four elements of the Strategic Collaboration policy: compounding American strength, developing relationships, construct
Running time: 129 seconds
Nicholas Katzenbach on Barack Obama
Nicholas Katzenbach, former U.S. Attorney General, talks about why he endorses Obama. He also explains why Obama should continue to raise important issues in the run up to the election.
Running time: 206 seconds
Nicholas Katzenbach on RFK and LBJ
Nicholas Katzenbach, former U.S. Attorney General, talks about Robert F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. He also reflects on their approach to the Civil Rights.
Running time: 269 seconds
The Damaged American Judicial System
Nicholas Katzenbach, former U.S. Attorney General, describes the damage done to the judicial system in the United States in the past eight years. Then he talks about what the next President should do regarding this issue.
Running time: 522 seconds
Naomi Wolf on the Bailout
Naomi Wolf, author and radio personality, talks about the sheer size of the bailout.
Running time: 96 seconds
The Montreal Massacre
Naomi Klein, economist and author, talks about what impact the Montreal Massacre had on her.
Running time: 92 seconds
The Disaster Capitalism
Naomi Klein, economist and author, explains what the disaster capitalism complex is.
Running time: 236 seconds
Markets Taking on Traditional Government Functions
Naomi Klein, economist and author, talks about whether markets are taking on the governmental functions.
Running time: 499 seconds
The Best Way to Interpret the Constitution
Nadine Strossen, former president of the ACLU and professor of Law at New York Law School, explains how to interpret the Constitution.
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Women and the Constitution
Nadine Strossen, former president of the ACLU and professor of Law at New York Law School, talks about the position of women in the Constitution of America.
Running time: 66 seconds
Nadine Strossen on Torture
Nadine Strossen, former president of the ACLU and professor of Law at New York Law School, talks about what torture is.
Running time: 165 seconds
The Patriot Act in the U.S.
Nadine Strossen, former president of the ACLU and professor of Law at New York Law School, talks about the Patriot Act.
Running time: 264 seconds
Government's Role in Alleviating Poverty
Muhammad Yunus, managing director of Grameen Bank, talks about the important role of the government in alleviating poverty.
Running time: 154 seconds
The Legacy of President George W. Bush
John McCain, U.S. senator (R), Arizona, talks about what the Bush administration legacy will be.
Running time: 58 seconds
The State of the American Political System Today
John McCain, U.S. senator (R), Arizona, talks about the increase in independent voter registration.
Running time: 48 seconds
The Longevity of America's Party System
John Aldrich, professor of Political Science at Duke University, wonders whether America's polarized politics will ever change.
Running time: 372 seconds
The Future of the Republican Party
John Aldrich, professor of Political Science at Duke University, discusses the conservatism of the Republican Party and the party's future.
Running time: 500 seconds
How to Combine Religion and Politics
Jim Wallis, author and editor-in-chief for Sojourners, discusses how a moral discourse on politics is key.
Running time: 122 seconds
The Achievements of the NAFTA
George Mitchell, former senator (D) Maine and Special Envoy for the Middle East, talks about the NAFTA and whether it worked.
Running time: 350 seconds
The Institutions Perpetuating Opportunity Differences
Melissa Harris-Lacewell, professor at Princeton University, talks about her view on the Declaration of Independence and race.
Running time: 431 seconds
The Speculation of a Global Democracy
Micah Sifry, co-founder and editor of the Personal Democracy Forum, talks about the link between global democracy and technology.
Running time: 166 seconds
The Differences in Mike Huckabee's Image
Journalist Gabriel Sherman talks about the differences in Huckabee's portrayals as a local politician and a national contender.
Running time: 229 seconds


 

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