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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman – will he convince voters to support him as an Independent after he lost the Democratic primary? And is he part of a new centrist political movement in his alliance with Mayor Bloomberg? Also, the Republican candidate in the Connecticut race, Alan Schlesinger; 30 Issues in 30 Days, #29 – “Is Polarization Inevitable in American Politics?” with Bowling Alone author Robert Putnam and NPR’s Juan Williams; and a woman who runs and children’s home/yoga retreat in the Sacred Valley of Peru.

The Candidates

Senator Joseph Lieberman, U.S. Senator (D-CT), running as the independent candidate this year
- on his bid for re-election on the independent line
and
Alan Schlesinger, Republican candidate for Connecticut
- wants to take Connecticut's Republican votes

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Sacred Passages

Kia Ingenlath , visionary who runs a home for children in the Sacred Valley in Peru
- tells us her life story and how she takes care of 30 children in Peru

Chandler Sky Foundation

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30 Issues in 30 Days: Is Polarization Inevitable in American Politics?

Juan Williams, senior correspondent for National Public Radio and author, Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It (Crown, 2006)
and
Robert Putnam, professor of ...

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Wine is Fine

Stephen Helfand , professor of Molecular, Cellular Biology Biochemistry at Brown University,
and
Howard Eisenson, M.D., director of the Duke University Diet and Fitness Center,
- on the highly publicized new study showing a substance found in red wine ...

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