Tea Party Tempest

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Monday, February 08, 2010

Tea Party activists gathered in Nashville for their first convention this weekend. Glenn Reynolds, the man behind instapundit and a professor of law at the University of Tennessee, reviews the conference and talks about the future of the anti-tax movement. Plus, the rise of Obama economic adviser Paul Volcker; and is the Harlem Children’s Zone all it’s cracked up to be?


Glenn Reynolds

Tea Party Brewing?

The first Tea Party convention was held in Nashville this weekend. Glenn Reynolds professor of law at the University of Tennessee and the man behind Instapundit, was covering the event for PJTV. Plus, Lorraine Scanni, co-founder of the Staten Island Tea Party, discusses the movement's ...

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Volcker's Rules

Former Federal Reserve Chairman and current economic adviser Paul Volcker advocates breaking up the big banks. Felix Salmon, economics reporter for Reuters, talks about Volcker's ascendancy in the Obama administration and other economic news of the day.

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Assessing Harlem Children's Zone

The Harlem Children's Zone is often cited as a model for successful urban education. Helen Zelon, writer for City Limits magazine, discusses her recent article, which questions just how effective the project has been and if it can be replicated. And Paul Tough, author of Whatever It ...

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Superbowl Rewind

Superbowl ads are always provocative. Mary Elizabeth Williams, culture critic for The Takeaway and, offers her perspective on the ads during yesterday's Superbowl.

Dodge Charger Ad

Focus on the Family's ...

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