966Aug 7, 2012
Book Discussion on Snow-Storm in August
Jefferson Morley, Washington correspondent for Salon recounts the first race riot in Washington, D.C. in August 1835. The riotswere followed by two criminaltrialstried by the City’s district ...
754Sep 18, 2004
The Warren Report and the CIA: Unseen Ghost
Morley and Newman’s presentation was named, “What the Warren Commission Missed: Unwitting Participants and Unindicted Co-Conspirators.” Mr. Newman, a former major in Army ...
53Nov 13, 1995
Washington Monday Journal
Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and ...
16Dec 12, 1994
Events in the News
The guests discussed current events in the news, including the continuing Congressional transition, the recent resignation of Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders, and the propriety of White House honors ...
12Sep 13, 1993
Events in the News
The guests discussed the Israel-Palestine peace accord, the North American Free Trade Agreement, President Clinton’s health care plan and other topics.
9Sep 24, 1990
176Sep 18, 1989
What Crack is Like
Discussion of Morley’s article “What Crack is Like” from the October 8 issue of The New Republic.
13Jan 23, 1989
11Sep 12, 1988
47Jan 4, 1988
Jefferson Morley of The Nation and John Podhoretz a correspondent for the U.S. News and World Report discussed the primary news stories of the previous few days and offered a their ...
11Aug 8, 1986
Religion and Campaigning
Guests discussed using religion as a campaigning platform. They also answered questions from viewers.
23Apr 4, 1986
Week in Review
The guests discussed the news headlines from the week and responded to callers' questions.
12Mar 1, 1985
Mr. Rutan opened up the phone lines for viewer discussion. Due to the age of source media, the video breaks up.