After 34 years as Manhattan District Attorney, Robert Morgenthau recently retired. He discusses his career, and weighs in on the trial of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed. Plus, Ron Brownstein on this week's Washington to-do list; former US figure-skating team member Katrina Hacker on Olympic-level pressure; and the Help Wanted ...
President Obama appeared on all five talk shows yesterday to press his case for health care reform. But Afghanistan and the New York Governor's race also became hot-button issues. Ron Brownstein, political director at Atlantic Media, discusses the week ahead.
What picture do the candidates paint on funding for the arts and arts education? 30 Issues in Thirty Days continues with the wiki-produced discussion with guests from local arts organizations and a report on where Obama and McCain stand. Plus, Ron Brownstein with political analysis of ...
“Who would be the best Democrat to run against John McCain?” came up as a direct question in Monday night’s debate. Political analyst Ron Brownstein reviews the answers from Clinton, Obama, and Edwards. Also, reaction to Gov. Spitzer’s budget address and a review of John Edwards’ public record.
Ron Brownstein, political director for the Atlantic Group, former columnist for the Los Angeles Times and the author of The Second Civil War: How Extreme Partisanship Has Paralyzed Washington and Polarized America (Penguin Press, 2007), talks about extreme partisanship in Washington D.C.
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