267,302Aug 10, 2011
Tavis Smiley and Cornel West, co-hosts of the “Smiley and West” radio program, talked about their recently launched “Poverty Tour,” which will take them to 16 poor ...
95,112Mar 15, 2009
Interview with Dana Perino
Dana Perino talked about her experiences in the White house and the transition from public service to private life. During her appearance she spoke about the state of the economy, saying that ...
68,318Sep 29, 2011
Postal Workers Union and the Future of Postal Service
Cliff Guffey talked about the Postal Workers Union’s perspective on the future of the postal service. He responded to questions via Skype from students at Kankakee Valley High School in ...
38,555Apr 1, 2010
Future of U.S. Postal Service
Ruth Goldway talked about how the U.S. Postal Service is adjusting to the modern era of communication and shrinking volume of letters... and its proposal to pare mail service to five days a ...
38,276Jul 8, 2010
Financial Regulations Bill
Stephen Spruiell talked about the National Review's opposition to the Dodd-Frank financial regulation bill (H.R. 4173, Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010). The publication ...
37,990May 16, 2011
Veronique de Rugy and Joseph Gagnon talked about the nation' s $14.3 trillion debt ceiling. They discussed the fiscal and economic implications of reaching the debt ceiling, its impact on the ...
33,405Jul 14, 2010
Government Spending and U.S. Economy
Senator Tom Coburn talked about the latest efforts in Washington, D.C., on the U.S. economy, including jobless benefits to the unemployed and small business loans. He responded to telephone ...
32,642Sep 20, 2011
News Review with Representative Issa
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chair Darrell Issa (R-CA) talked about current and upcoming investigations by his committee. Topics included his proposed legislation, the ...
26,776Mar 2, 2011
Senator Coburn on Budget Reduction
Senator Tom Coburn talked about congressional efforts to reach an agreement on a continuing resolution to fund the government for the remainder of fiscal year 2011. He also responded to telephone ...
26,399Sep 8, 2011
Unemployment Insurance Program
George Wentworth talked about unemployment insurance and the programs being set up by states, such as Georgia Work$, to help get unemployed workers back into a job. He responded to telephone ...
26,180Aug 19, 2010
Cost of Government Report
Grover Norquist talked about the newest annual Americans for Tax Reform report, which looks at the cost of government. He responded to telephone calls and electronic government.
22,211Oct 18, 2011
Richard Trumka on Occupy Wall Street Protests
Richard Trumka talked about :the role of unions in the Occupy Wall Street protests, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Other topics included the 2012 campaign, ...
20,673Dec 13, 2012
Fiscal Cliff, Taxes, and the Republican Party
Grover Norquist talked about raising taxes as part of negotiations between House Republicans and President Obama to avoid the “fiscal cliff.” He also responded to telephone calls and ...
20,317Aug 6, 2011
Future of U.S. Postal Service
Mark Acton talked about how the postal service decides which offices to close, when the closures are expected, how much the postal service is losing in revenue, the possible elimination of Saturday ...
19,143Aug 7, 2010
Corporate America and the U.S. Economy
Yves Smith talked about her views on the role that corporate America should be playing in the current economic crisis, and her critique that corporate executives are “being rewarded for myopia ...
16,623Jun 8, 2011
U.S. Food Safety
Caroline Smith DeWall talked about U.S. food safety, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included Germany’s E. coli outbreak, the evolution and ...
15,855Sep 26, 2012
Paul Glastris on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Paul Glastris talked about his recent Washington Monthly piece on the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, “Too Important to Fail.” He responded to telephone calls ...
15,381Mar 13, 2009
Grover Norquist on Federal Spending
Grover Norquist provided a conservative perspective on the Obama administration’s fiscal, taxation and spending policies so far. He talked about the Republican Party’s response to ...
15,274Dec 11, 2013
Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program
Christine Owens talked about the scheduled year-end expiration of the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program, which was designed to provide assistance to long-term unemployed workers after ...
15,206Jun 6, 2013
Representative Trey Gowdy on Investigation of the IRS
Representative Trey Gowdy (R-SC) discussed whether he thinks Attorney General Eric Holder should resign in the wake of recent scandals, and other issues, including immigration reform efforts in ...
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