9Jan 13, 1999
Republican Agenda in 106th Congress
Representative Watts talked about the Republican agenda for the 106th Congress. Among the topics he raised were tax reform, the environment, urban issues, and poverty. He said that any ...
16Jan 8, 1999
Diplomatic Relations between U.S. and China
Ambassador Zhaoxing talked about how diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China have improved. He also stated that American exports to China have created many job opportunities. He ...
9Jan 3, 1999
Economic Forecast for 1999
Mr. Harbrecht discussed the 1999 outlook for investors and the U.S. economy and the possible impact of the Senate impeachment trial. He responded to audience telephone calls, faxes, and ...
40Dec 11, 1998
Mr. Van Putten talked about the Endangered Species Act and the problems that are occurring with protecting endangered species. He also commented on land-use planning in reference to loss ...
13Dec 4, 1998
Mr. Jackson spoke about the ever widening gap between the wealthy and the poor in our society. He particularly mentioned the conditions in Appalachia. He stated that the U.S. needs ...
11Dec 1, 1998
Social Security Issues
Mr. Apfel talked about the importance of strengthening Social Security for the generations to come. He stated that Social Security is not in crisis at the present, however, the time to ...
26Nov 23, 1998
Why Homeownership Matters
Mr. Johnson discussed home ownership, stressing that it helps decrease crime in neighborhoods, raises school standards, and furthers the cause of civil rights. After his remarks he ...
61Nov 16, 1998
Book Discussion on A Man in Full
In a humorous speech, Mr. Wolfe talked about his new book, A Man in Full, and also about the writing industry. He focused on how novelists need to branch out from what they know to ...
7Nov 10, 1998
Mr. Witt talked about how FEMA is preparing for disasters before they strike. He stated that FEMA is trying to do more for the prevention of disasters. After his prepared remarks he ...
18Oct 30, 1998
Colombian President Address
President Pastrana discussed the struggle to gain peace from terrorism and drug trafficking in Columbia. He focused on the addition of military helicopters from the U.S. that will assist ...
153Oct 26, 1998
Mr. Case talked about the different forces in society that shape the Internet. He focused on legislation passed by Congress dealing with protection for consumers and about possible ...
11Oct 1, 1998
Danger of Political Myopia
Senator Lieberman talked about the importance of congressional bipartisanship and U.S. involvement in global affairs. After his prepared remarks, he took questions from the audience.
9Sep 28, 1998
Scholarship Choices for Low Income Children
Mr. Fortsmann spoke about the creation of the scholarship program to help low income children receive a college education. He designed the program to benefit single mothers and low income ...
23Sep 23, 1998
Cold War Experiences
Former Secretary Baker spoke about the Cold War Era and the lessons which were gained from the period. He felt that the Cold War demonstrated that solid leadership is imperative to any society ...
16Sep 17, 1998
National Endowment for the Arts
William Ivey talked about American art and its importance to our country’s culture and values. Our creativity is our "nation’s greatest resource". He described the importance of the ...
49Sep 8, 1998
Surgeon General Koop and Mr. Kessler discussed the side effects of smoking and the damage it has on American’s health. They also spoke on the tobacco industry and how they tend to ...
9Sep 1, 1998
Washington Journal Feature
Mr. Harbrecht discussed headline news and responded to audience telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail.