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Condoleezza Rice on Tea Party Racism
In her first public appearance since the publication of her new family memoir, Secretary Rice provides a rare glimpse at the experiences that have shaped her world outlook and discusses her views on current issues. In this part she defends the Tea Party movement.
Running time: 106 seconds
Condoleezza Rice on the Drug Violence in Mexico
Mexico Drug Violence Becoming a Global Concern, Says Rice In her first public appearance since the publication of her new family memoir, Secretary Rice provides a rare glimpse at the experiences that have shaped her world outlook and discusses her views on current issues. Rice details her remarkable childhood, which began in the late 1950s, when Birmingham blacks lived in segregation, and continued through the '60s, when Rice saw her girlho
Running time: 109 seconds
Joe Bageant on DuPont's War Against Hemp
Joe Bageant is a renowned commentator on the politics of class in the US. His previous novel, Deer Hunting with Jesus, has been been turned into a play and an upcoming tv series. His regular online columns have made him a cult hero among political progressives and gonzo-journalism junkies.Bageant's latest book Rainbow Pie: A Redneck Memoir is a coming-of-age story set in post-World War. In this segment he talks about the DuPont's war on the use of Hemp in America in the last century.
Running time: 264 seconds
Hillary Clinton on the US Responsibility for Mexican Drug War
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton explains how the US assists Mexico in its war on drugs.
Running time: 279 seconds
Victor Davis Hanson on Putin's Russia as the Evil Empire 2.0
Beginning with an explanation of why the post-Cold War New World Order is rapidly breaking apart, Victor Davis Hanson sees a world where nations are returning to the ancient passions, rivalries, and differences of past centuries. In light of this world transformation, Hanson looks at key challenges the United States faces around the globe: in Europe, Asia, Russia, Mexico, and Iran.
Running time: 290 seconds
How Legalizing Marijuana Would Affect Consumption Levels
Will California become the first state to legalize the production and sale of marijuana? November ballot measure Proposition 19 would allow local governments to choose whether and how to regulate and tax marijuana. Some are concerned about legalization's effect on consumption and public health, while others tout the potential boon to city and state coffers.
Running time: 270 seconds
Marijuana Legalization and Curbing Mexican Drug Violence
Beau Kilmer and Richard Lee debate the potential effects marijuana legalization in California could have on Mexican drug cartels. Kilmer cites that California only accounts for a small percentage of the cartels' revenue, while Lee counters that legalization in California could lead to legalization nationwide.
Running time: 209 seconds
Atlas Never Shrugged: An Infinite Game of Global Unity
Atlas Never Shrugged: An Infinite Game of Global Unity The Long Now Foundation - Contemporary Jewish Museum Long Conversation, an epic relay of one-to-one conversations among some of the Bay Area's most interesting minds, took place over six hours in San Francisco on Saturday, October 16, 02010. Interpreting the Long Conversation in real time was a data visualization performance by Sosolimited; an art and technology studio out of M.I.T.Long Conversation was presented with a live performance of 1
Running time: 215 seconds
The Silicon Valley Take on the California Tax Reform
Carl Guardino talks about the inequalities of the California Tax Reform as applied to the Silicon Valley.
Running time: 125 seconds
TSA's John Pistole on Controversial Patdowns of Women
Monitor Breakfast: Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) Administrator John Pistole sits down for a conversation with attendees of the Monitor Breakfast to discuss the implementation and safety of Advanced Imaging Technology (full-body scanners), anticipating terrorist threats, and traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Running time: 73 seconds
Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Converting Muslims to Christianity
The controversial author, feminist activist and politician, Ayaan Hirsi Ali comes to Melbourne. A vocal and prominent critic of Islam, Ali has been celebrated and criticized for her work and writings. A former member of the Dutch House of Representatives, she has campaigned passionately for conflict resolution, ethics and world citizenship.
Running time: 234 seconds
Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Why Banning the Burqa Misses the Point
The controversial author, feminist activist and politician, Ayaan Hirsi Ali comes to Melbourne. A vocal and prominent critic of Islam, Ali has been celebrated and criticized for her work and writings. A former member of the Dutch House of Representatives, she has campaigned passionately for conflict resolution, ethics and world citizenship. Named one of the 100 most influential people in
Running time: 189 seconds
Why Europeans Don't Protest Taxation
A journalist and author, Daniel Hannan has been a British member of the European Parliament since 1999. He first came to wide notice in the United States when he made a speech on the floor of the European Parliament addressing the then-prime minister of Great Britain, Gordon Brown, about his disastrous economic policies. Hannan's latest book is A New Road to Serfdom: A Letter of Warning to America. In this segment he explains why Europeans, and the British in particular, don't protest tax.
Running time: 267 seconds
Militant Breeding and the Staging of a Religious Uprising
Eric Kaufmann is a political scientist and author of the recently published Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?.With all the current talk about the revival of religion, political scientist Eric Kaufmann takes a look at the statistics and muses that if demography is any guide, the world over the next half century will become much more religious and much more conservative.
Running time: 256 seconds
Reza Aslan on the Evolving Portrayal of Mideast in US Films
New York Times best-selling author, CBS News analyst, and political commentator Reza Aslan discusses the best of the Middle East's literary leaders. He will describe cultural luminaries from Iran, Pakistan, Morocco, and Turkey and beyond. Aslan believes that the mainstream media is creating a massive American cultural blindspot by only focusing on terrorism, suicide bombings, and escalating tensions.
Running time: 113 seconds
Julian Assange Explains Why WikiLeaks Is Taking on the Pentagon
Following the leak by whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks of almost 400,000 secret US army field reports from the Iraq war between 2004 and 2009, tune in to hear Julian Assange at the Frontline Club in conversation with one of the most famous whistle blowers in history, Daniel Ellsberg, who was responsible for the leak of the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Chaired by Elizabeth Palmer, CBS News correspondent.
Running time: 306 seconds
Julian Assange Denies Knowledge of Bradley Manning's Involvement
Following the leak by whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks of almost 400,000 secret US army field reports from the Iraq war between 2004 and 2009, tune in to hear Julian Assange at the Frontline Club in conversation with one of the most famous whistle blowers in history, Daniel Ellsberg, who was responsible for the leak of the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Chaired by Elizabeth Palmer, CBS News correspondent.
Running time: 182 seconds
Assange Mocks Pentagon Demand to Return WikiLeaks Docs
Following the leak by whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks of almost 400,000 secret US army field reports from the Iraq war between 2004 and 2009, tune in to hear Julian Assange at the Frontline Club in conversation with one of the most famous whistle blowers in history, Daniel Ellsberg, who was responsible for the leak of the Pentagon Papers in 1971.Chaired by Elizabeth Palmer, CBS News correspondent.
Running time: 225 seconds
Nick Gillespie on Enjoying Your Freedoms While You Still Can
On July 17, 2010, Reason's Nick Gillespie gave the keynote speech at the Independence Institute's 8th Annual Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Party in Colorado. He was asked to speak on the theme of enjoying your freedoms while you still can.
Running time: 1160 seconds
Larry Kleinman on the Realities of Worker Migration
In this video, Larry Kleinman, of the Northwest Tree planters and Farm workers United (PCUN), talks about immigration, permanent Latino population growth in Oregon, and the history of human migration, an inexorable river that flows toward freedom, opportunity, and survival.
Running time: 197 seconds
Vandana Shiva on the Myth of Genetic Engineering
Part 1 in this 3-part series of interviews with Dr. Vandana Shiva about the future of food is one of the most contentious, revolutionary, profound, and important discussions of any, we have had to date on Food News. This is more than about the safety of biotechnology; it?s about the ability of all of us to have a choice of the foods that we eat, and for our farmers to be able to freely use their own seeds, and grow food in the manner that they choose.
Running time: 288 seconds
Top 10 Strange Facts About Kim Jong-il
Ten extraordinary facts about the slightly eccentric North Korean dictator.
Running time: 87 seconds
Top 10 Crooked Politicians
Meet the 10 biggest crooks to ever hold public office - you'll be amazed by the crimes they committed.
Running time: 122 seconds
Joel Berg on Obama and Ending Hunger in America
In this final installment, Joel Berg, executive director of the New York City Coalition Against Hunger (NYCCAH), offers his solutions for ending hunger in America.
Running time: 367 seconds
Joel Berg on Ending Hunger in America
Joel Berg, as executive director of the New York City Coalition Against Hunger (NYCCAH), and author of the book All You Can Eat: How Hungry Is America, is a fierce food advocate for the poor in America.
Running time: 500 seconds


 

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