World War IV

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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Norman Podhoretz’s latest book is called World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism. He thinks we should bomb Iran – now. He’s also principal foreign policy advisor to Rudy Giuliani. Podhoretz discusses Iran, terrorism, and the presidential campaign. We review Elliot Spitzer's eventful first year with Lt. Governor David Paterson. And, when it comes to marrying for money – how low would you go? Finally, tips on tipping for the holiday season.


Governor David A. Paterson and Norman Podhoretz

The First Year

David Paterson, Lt. Governor of New York, former State Senator (D-29th District-Harlem, the Upper West Side and Washington Heights) and Minority Leader, discusses the first year of the Spitzer administration. Also joining us to discuss "Troopergate" and the Spitzer agenda is Elizabeth Benjamin of the Daily News and Wayne Barrett ...

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Name Your Price

Andrew Beveridge, chair at the sociology department at Queens College joins Robert Frank, Wall Street Journal columnist and the author of Richistan: A Journey Through the American Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich, to talk about Frank's recent column about how many Americans are willing to marry ...

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World War IV

Norman Podhoretz, principal foreign policy advisor to Rudy Giuliani, introduces his new book, World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism. Podhoretz discusses Iran, terrorism, Giuliani, and what makes a 'neo-conservative'.

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Tips on Holiday Tipping

It's not just the holiday season, it's also the tipping season. How much do you need to tip and how many people should you include? Sewell Chan, of the New York Times' City Room blog, looks at the anxieties surrounding holiday tipping.

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