U.S. Army soldiers provide convoy security while fellow soldiers talk to locals in Samarra, Iraq, Feb. 28, 2007.
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The Democratic Congress has been in session for nearly three months, and is still deeply divided over what to do about Iraq. On our next program, your calls about Congress and the war. Also: New Yorkers who fought in the Spanish Civil War.
Arianna Huffington, editor of the Huffington Post, and Paul Begala, political analyst for CNN and former political consultant, look at why--despite gaining control of Congress there months ago--Democrats are still divided over Iraq.
Stephen Flynn, fellow in national security at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of The Edge of Disaster: Rebuilding a Resiliant Nation, says our government is failing to protect us from terrorism.
Jonathan Clements, who writes the Getting Going column for the Wall Street Journal on everything you need to do to make the most out of personal finance. Call in with your most bedeviling money questions!
It's your neighborhood, your city, your country, your world, and now your website. Brian Lehrer delves into the issues and links them to real life. Join the conversation: Tweet @brianlehrer, post on our comments page, or call 212-433-WNYC. Meet the staff »
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