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  • Washington Journal Program 12/31/2010
    12/31/10
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    7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45-8:30 WILLIAM BENNETT Author & Radio Talk Show Host Topic: Guest will discuss the future of the Republican Party; his views on how GOP should govern as it assumes control of the U.S. House in the upcoming 112th Congress; the political and legislative impact of the Tea party; an update on the 2012 GOP presidential race; jobs and the economy; the Obama presidency and other major news developments of the day. 8:30-9:15 BOB DEANS Co-Author, '?In Deep Water'? Natural Resources Defense Council Associate Communications Director Topic: Guest will discuss the fate of the gulf coast after the Deepwater Horizon well blowout in April 2010. 9:15-10:00 CHRISTINE BUSHWAY Organic Trade Association Executive Director ota.com Topic: Part of our week-long series examining food policy in America. Today, we'?ll look at organic food regulation including certification, labeling, and nutrition. This program was part of a week-long "Washington Journal" series on food policy in the U.S. The other parts can be viewed on product identification numbers 297267-5, 297262-5, 297273-5, and 297258-5. Host: Steve Scullymoreless
  • Lobbying and Fundraising
    Lobbying and Fundraising
    Episode 20101230
    12/30/10
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    Mary Jane Volk of Emily's List talked about political campaign fundraising.
  • Washington Journal Program 12/26/2010
    12/26/10
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    Washington Journal Summary - Sunday, Dec. 26, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 ROGER HICKEY Campaign for America'?s Future Co-Director ourfuture.org Topic: A look back at the President'?s relationship with the progressive movement and a look ahead to what they anticipate next year. 8:30 Break B 8:30-9:15 LYNN STANTON Telecommunications Reports Reporter tr.com Topic: Guest will discuss the details of the new rules passed by the FCC concerning '?net neutrality'?. The rules govern what network operators can and can'?t do with information that travels over internet. Not only will guest discuss details but also the legal and Congressional challenges the new rules face. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 BRIAN STANN Uplink Hire Heroes USA Executive Director hireheroesusa.org Locator: Atlanta Topic: Discussion on the availability of jobs for returning service member from Iraq and Afghanistan and efforts to get them back into the civilian workforce Host: Pedro Echevarriamoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 12/25/2010
    12/26/10
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    Washington Journal Summary - Saturday, Dec. 25, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break A '? U.S. Soldiers Greeting (1:30) 7:45-8:30 BRIG. GEN. GARY PATTON Uplink NATO Training Mission '? Afghanistan Deputy Commanding General - Army Locator: Afghanistan Topic: Earlier this month, the administration released it Afghanistan review. Guest joins us with an update on the war in Afghanistan. 8:30 Break B 8:30-9:15 FRANK LUNTZ Republican Pollster FRANK LUNTZ The Word Doctors CEO theworddoctors.com Twitter: @frankluntz Topic: Guest will examine the American mindset as we get ready to close the books on 2010 '? and look ahead to 2011. Guest will debut original polling data on current Economic conditions, prospects for bipartisanship in the new year and America'?s role in the world. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 JUAN WILLIAMS Fox News Political Analyst foxnews.com Children of Juarez project: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2010/12/21/juan-williams-children-juarez/# Topic: Guest will discuss the political environment as we head into 2011 and preview the major political and legislative battles ahead '? especially over spending and budget issues. Host: Pedro Echevarriamoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 12/24/2010
    12/24/10
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Friday, Dec. 24, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 ANNA MULRINE (MULL-rhine) Christian Science Monitor Defense Correspondent csmonitor.com Topic: With Congress voting to repeal '?Don'?t Ask, Don'?t Tell,'? guest joins us with a discussion on the implementation of the law. 8:30 Break B 8:30-9:15 SALLY QUINN Washington Post '?On Faith'? Founder onfaith.washingtonpost.com Links: '?Faith in Numbers'? blog: onfaith.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/faith-in-numbers/ '?Religious Right Now'? blog: onfaith.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/religious-right-now/2010/12/introducing_religious_right_now.html Topic: Guest will discuss religion and politics on the interactive forum at Washingtonpost.com. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 Newspaper Articles/Phones Host: Greta Brawnermoreless
  • Supreme Court Interview: Justice Elena Kagan
    12/19/10
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    A short clip from an interview with Associate Justice Elena Kagan. The entire interview will air on December 19, 2010.
  • Supreme Court Interview: Justice Elena Kagan
    12/19/10
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    A short clip from an interview with Associate Justice Elena Kagan. The entire interview will air on December 19, 2010.
  • U.S. House: Tax Debate
    U.S. House: Tax Debate
    Episode 12.17.10
    12/17/10
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  • Open Phones
    Open Phones
    Episode 12.16.10
    12/16/10
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    Telephone lines were open for comments on the White House Afghanistan-Pakistan Policy Review.
  • Senators Kerry, Conrad, and Lugar on START
  • Campaign 2000: Ballot Counting B-Roll
    12/13/10
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    Campaign 2000: Ballot Counting B-Roll The following days were filled with ballot recounts and legal appeals. Involved in all of this were attorneys for the Gore and Bush campaigns, Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris, the 13th Florida Circuit Court, the Leon County State Court and the Florida Supreme Court On December 12, 2010, the United States Supreme Court ended the Gore campaigns legal appeals and the election. Texas Governor George W. Bush was awarded Florida'?s 25 electoral votes. ~Judge Robert Bosenberg of Broward County Canvassing Board uses a magnifying glass to examine a dimpled chad on a punch-hole ballot November 24, 2000, during a recount of votes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Broward County Canvassing Board would continue their recount of ballots until the November 26, 2000, deadline set by the Florida State Supreme Court.moreless
  • Martin Van Buren
    Martin Van Buren
    Episode 12.05.10
    12/5/10
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    A short biographical view of Martin Van Buren, 8th President of the United States.
  • Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, Arctic Drilling
    The National Oil Spill Commissioners and Commission staff met to deliberate draft findings related to the causes of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster and options to guard against and mitigate the effects of future spills. 1:30 p.m. Environmental Review Staff Presentation: Shirley Neff
  • Don't Ask, Don't Tell Policy, Part 2
    12/2/10
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    Defense Department officials testified on the Department of Defense Working Group survey of the issues associated with a repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy banning gays and lesbians from open service in the military. They talked about the results and scope of the survey, findings favorable to repeal, and said they personally supported repeal. They also focused on federal court challenges and the potential harm of changing the policy by "judicial fiat."moreless
  • Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, Safety Culture
    The National Oil Spill Commissioners and Commission staff met to deliberate draft findings related to the causes of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster and options to guard against and mitigate the effects of future spills. 9:15 a.m. Safety Culture in the Offshore Drilling Industry Staff Presentation: Nancy Kete, Richard Sears, Sam Sankarmoreless
  • Tour of the Presidential Yacht USS Sequoia, Part 2
    C-SPAN toured the yacht that served U.S. presidents from Herbert Hoover to Jimmy Carter. Gary Silversmith, who purchased the National Historic Landmark in 2000, has collected stories about the 104 foot wooden vessel from former captains, crew members, and Secret Service agents.
  • Ben Stein on Richard Nixon
    Ben Stein on Richard Nixon
    Episode 11.28.10
    11/28/10
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    Former Nixon Administration lawyer and speech writer, Ben Stein, talked about the legacy and achievements of Richard Nixon and his personal encounters with the President.
  • Washington Journal Program 11/25/2010
    11/25/10
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    7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break SLUG: GOBBLE 7:45-8:30 BRIG. GEN. JEFFREY BUCHANAN Uplink Director of Strategic Effects, U.S. Forces-Iraq Locator: Baghdad Topic: An update on Iraq since the withdrawal of U.S troops, with a look at whether the Iraq military and security forces been able to protect the country from the insurgency, the current role of U.S. forces, the future of the Iraqi government, and how the remaining U.S. troops are spending the Thanksgiving holiday. 8:30 Radio Hit '? then Break 8:30-9:15 SAMUEL CASEY CARTER Author, '?On Purpose: How Great School Cultures Form Strong Character'? CfBT USA President Topic: Guest will discuss his new book on education and ways to improve the U.S. system. 9:15 Radio Hit- then Break 9:15-10:00 JODIE LEVIN-EPSTEIN Center for Law & Social Policy Deputy Director Topic: Guest will discuss various approaches that state and federal governments are taking to reduce poverty, including measures in the stimulus bill that passed last year, the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit, Head Start, food stamps, and the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program. Our conversation will include the challenges facing these programs as proposed budget cuts and deficit-reduction measures loom, and given a sluggish post-recession economy. HOST: GRETA BRAWNERmoreless
  • Clip from Newsmakers with Rep. James Clyburn
    11/21/10
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    A short clip from [Newsmakers] which aired on Sunday, November 21, 2010 with Representative James Clyburn.
  • Representative Charles Rangel Ethics Inquiry, Part 2
    The House Standards of Official Conduct Committee met to decide on appropriate sanctions against Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY). He was found in violation of House ethics rules two days earlier by the committee on 11 of 13 counts of ethics violations. The punishment could include a reprimand, censure, or expulsion. The recommendations would then be sent to House for a floor vote.moreless
  • Military Nominations
    Military Nominations
    Episode 11.18.10
    11/18/10
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    The Senate Armed Services Committee took up the nominations for Air Force General Claude Kehler to head U.S. Strategic Command, and Army General Carter Ham to lead U.S. Africa Command. Questions were focused on a wide range of issues, including the '?Don'?t Ask, Don'?t Tell'? policy, national missile defense and the START missile treaty.moreless
  • In Depth with Jonah Goldberg
    In Depth with Jonah Goldberg
    Episode 11.13.10
    11/13/10
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    Jonah Goldberg talked about his life, work, and career. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Jonah Goldberg is the author of [Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning] (2007) and editor of [Proud to be Right: Voices of the Next Conservative Generation] (2010). Jonah Goldberg is the editor at large of [National Review Online] and a Pulitzer Prize-nominated columnist for the [Los Angeles Times]. The American Enterprise Institute visiting fellow is also a syndicated columnist carried by newspapers nationwide, including [USA Today] and the [Chicago Tribune].moreless
  • Washington Journal Program 11/11/2010
    11/11/10
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    Washington Journal Summary Thursday, November 11, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:45 Break 7:45-8:30 DEAN BAKER Center for Economic & Policy Research Co-Director cepr.net Topic: Guest will discuss the Deficit reduction commission and GOP budget-cutting plans. 8:30 Radio Hit- Then Break 8:30-9:15 DUNCAN HUNTER Author, '?Victory in Iraq: How America Won'? DUNCAN HUNTER Former Armed Services Committee Chairman, R-California Topic: A Look at U.S. military policy '? particularly regarding Iraq '? on Veterans Day. He was a booster of the war and chaired the House Armed Services Committee from 2003 through 2006. His new book tells the story of how U.S. soldiers won the Iraq war. His two sons served in the Iraq war. 9:15 Radio Hit- Then Break 9:15-10:00 PETER GAYTAN ("Gaytan" like "Peyton") American Legion Executive Director legion.org Topic: A discussion of veterans issues, including current/proposed legislation regarding veterans, employment opportunities following service, health care, as well as the GI Bill. 10:00 Throw to Live/ End Show HOST: PETER SLENmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 11/10/2010
    11/10/10
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    Washington Journal Summary Wednesday, November 10, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break 7:45-8:30 THEA LEE (THEE '?uh thee like theme) AFL-CIO Deputy Chief of Staff aflcio.org Topic: The AFL-CIO'?s take on the practice of U.S. companies eliminating jobs in the U.S. and opening business divisions overseas with cheaper overseas workers, and what the U.S Government should do about it. The AFL-CIO has recently started a searchable database that reportedly tracks companies sending jobs overseas by zip code. 8:30 Radio Hit '? then Break 8:30-9:15 CLARK KENT ERVIN Former Inspector General Homeland Security Department, 2003-04 Topic: The Department of Homeland security announced earlier this week that they will tighten air cargo security. Guest joins us with his insight on the role that cargo security plays when it comes to terrorist threats to the United States. 9:15 Radio Hit- then Break 9:15-10:00 JEFF BRIDGES RT Actor JEFF BRIDGES Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry Campaign Spokesman jeffbridges.com endhunger.com BILL SHORE Share Our Strength Founder & Executive Director strength.org For More Information: Twitter: @billshore Topic: Guests will discuss a new national effort to end childhood hunger in America by 2015. Nearly 17 million children in America '? almost 1 in 4 '?struggle with hunger, according to a 2009 U.S. Agriculture Department report. Host: Libby Caseymoreless
  • Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, Day 1 Part 3, Grimsley and Bartlit
    The National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill released its preliminary findings on the causes of the oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico. Witnesses included representatives from BP, Halliburton and Transocean. This program was joined in progress. The beginning of the program is viewable on product identification number 296446-2.moreless
  • Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, Day 1, Oil Executives Part 2
    The National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill released its preliminary findings on the causes of the oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico. This program was interrupted briefly by a lost signal. 3:40 p.m. Panel 1 (cont.): Panel Discussion with BP, Transocean and Halliburton Mark Bly, Group Head of Safety and Operations, BP Bill Ambrose, Director, Special Projects, Transocean Representatives from Halliburton 5:45 p.m. Closing Remarks by Commission Co-Chairs Senator Bob Graham and William K. Reilly 6:00 p.m. Meeting Adjournsmoreless
  • Charlie Cook 2010 Midterm Post-Election Analysis
    Charlie Cook, a political analyst for the National Journal Group, and Ron Fournier, the editor-in-chief, discussed the results of the previous day's 2010 midterm elections. "A Special Look at the Mid-term Elections " was the luncheon session of "The Day After," held by the National Journal at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, D.C.moreless
  • 2010 Midterm Election Impact on Congress
    11/3/10
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    A panel discussion was held on the affect on Congress of the results of the previous day's 2010 midterm elections. The panelists then responded to questions from members of the audience. "Impact on Congress " was a session of "The Day After," held by the National Journal at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, D.C.moreless
  • Washington Journal Program 10/30/2010
  • Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear
    10/29/10
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    Comedy Central hosts Jon Stewart of the "Daily Show" and Stephen Colbert of the "Colbert Report" held a rally on the National Mall on the weekend before 2010 midterm elections.
  • U.S. College Completion Rates, Part 2
    10/28/10
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    NBC"S David Gregory moderated a discussion with education leaders on efforts to improve college completion. According to the College Board, the U.S. is ranked 12th among 36 developed nations in the percentage of young people who hold college degrees. Part 1 of the program can be viewed on product identification number 296279-1.moreless
  • Florida Senate Debate
    Florida Senate Debate
    Episode 10.27.10
    10/27/10
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    Florida Senate candidates Representative Kendrick Meek (D), Governor Charlie Crist (I), and Marco Rubio (R) debated various issues.
  • Washington Journal Program 10/25/2010
  • Washington Journal Program 10/17/2010
    10/17/10
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    Sunday, October 17, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Sunday Shows Radio Break 7:45-8:30 PETER BAKER New York Times White House Correspondent nytimes.com Article: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/17/magazine/17obama-t.html?hp Topic: Guest will discuss his article '?The Education of a President.'? It'?s in Sunday'?s New York Times Magazine and offers insight on what President Barack Obama and his top aides are thinking nearly two years after his historic election as the nation'?s first black president. 8:30 Cartoon Break SUNTOON 8:30-9:15 EILEEN NORCROSS George Mason University Senior Research Fellow gmu.edu Topic: Philadelphia will run out of money by 2015 to pay pension obligations with existing assets, and Chicago and Boston by 2019, according to a new study on state pension plans and budgets. Guest will discuss her research and ideas on changes to state pension programs. 9:15 Sunday Shows Radio Break 9:15-10:00 RAY COOKLISS R/T Uplinks Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial Page Editor news.cincinnati.com Locator: Cincinnati TONY NORMAN Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Associate Editor & Columnist post-gazette.com Locator: Pittsburgh DL: Campaign 2010 Topic: Two editorial page writers discuss campaign 2010 in their battleground states and issues across the U.S. Host: Steve Scullymoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 10/9/2010
    10/9/10
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    Saturday, October 9, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break 7:45-8:30 TIMOTHY HOMAN (Goes by Tim HOH-man) Bloomberg News U.S. Economic Reporter bloomberg.com Topic: Guest will discuss the September employment figures that were released by the Labor Dept. yesterday, which show that the economy shed another 95,000 jobs in September, although the overall unemployment rate held steady at 9.6 percent. The jobless rate has now topped 9.5 percent for 14 straight months, the longest stretch since the 1930s. Guest will also discuss other recent economic developments and the prospects for any economic improvement or job growth. 8:30 Cartoon Break THXLIND 8:30-9:15 SIOBHAN BENNETT (Sam in conversation) Women'?s Campaign Forum President & CEO wcfonline.com Topic: A look at women running in 2010, voters'? perceptions of women candidates, and the likelihood that the number of women in Congress will decrease next year. 9:15 Break 9:15-10:00 ASA HUTCHINSON ('?A'?-suh) R/T Former Drug Enforcement Uplink Agency Administrator, 2001-03 Locator: New York City ALLEN ST. PIERRE National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws - Executive Director norml.org Topic: Guests will discuss Proposition 19 in California which, if approved, would allow adults over the age of 21 to possess up to an ounce of cannabis. Guests will discuss not only claims made by both supporters and opponents of the measure but also what it would mean for marijuana possession laws in the U.S. if Prop 19 passes. Host: Robb Harlestonmoreless
  • Ohio Governor's Debate
    Ohio Governor's Debate
    Episode 10.08.10
    10/8/10
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    Ohio gubernatorial candidates Governor Ted Strickland (D) and John Kasich (R) debated various issues.
  • Washington Journal Program 10/2/2010
    10/2/10
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    Saturday, October 2, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break 7:45-8:30 MICHAEL WORLEY R/T College Democrats of America National Communications Director collegedems.com ZACH HOWELL College Republican National Committee National Chairman crnc.org Topic: A look at the role of young voters in elections, the issues they'?re most concerned about, as well as their voting record. 8:30 Cartoon Break LPTOONS1 8:30-9:15 FRANK CILLUFFO (sih-LOO-foe) George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute Director gwu.edu FRANK CILLUFFO Former White House Special Assistant for Homeland Security, 2001-03 Topic: Guest will discuss his recent report on the increasing trend of radicalized Westerners traveling to overseas terrorist training camps and returning home to plan and wage terror attacks. 9:15 Break 9:15-10:00 MARGO WOOTAN (WOO-tan) Center for Science in the Public Interest Nutrition Policy Director cspinet.org Topic: The House stalled a vote on a child nutrition bill before they went on recess. Our guest will discuss the benefits of the bill and what is holding up its passage. Host: Robb Harlestonmoreless
  • Public Health Threat Preparedness
    9/30/10
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    Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and others testified about the government'?s plan for developing medicines to combat public health threats such as pandemic flu and bioterrorism. Panel Two · Retired Air Force Col. Randall J. Larsen, CEO, The Weapons of Mass Destruction Center · Eric A. Rose, CEO and chairman, Siga Technologiesmoreless
  • Federal Budget Reform Proposals
    9/30/10
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    The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform held a meeting as part of its series of public meetings onpossible changes to the federal budget process. Witnesses included two officials from the Government Accountability Office.
  • Open Phones, Part 2
    Open Phones, Part 2
    Episode 09.29.10
    9/29/10
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    Telephone lines were open for comments on Thomas Friedman's New York Times column, "The Tea Kettle Movement," in which he asked, "What is America's core competency?"
  • Pennsylvania Election Races
    Pennsylvania Election Races
    Episode 09.29.10
    9/29/10
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    Chris Brennan talked about the Pennsylvania Senate race between candidates Democrat Joe Sestak and Republican Pat Toomey, and the gubernatorial race between Tom Corbett (R) and Dan Onorato (D). Campaign ad clips of the Senate candidates were shown. Mr. Brennan participated from the C-SPAN Digital Bus outside the Free Library of Philadelphia Main Branch.moreless
  • Presidential Remarks on the Economy
    9/29/10
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    President Obama spoke with local families gathered in the backyard of a private home in Albuquerque. Topics included the economy, education, immigration reform, and veterans disability compensation.
  • Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Commission Meeting, Gulf and Seafood Safety
    Gulf Coast marine life scientists spoke at the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling's third series of meetings. They said that while tests continued to show Gulf Coast seafood is safe, the public still believed it was tainted. They urged the commission to include recommendations on ways to change the public'?s perception of Gulf seafood in its final report.moreless
  • State Election Laws
    State Election Laws
    Episode 09.29.10
    9/29/10
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    Susannah Goodman talked about the Commons Cause report she co-authored, '?Voting in 2010: Ten Swing States.'? The report reviews a number of election laws and policies in 10 states chosen because they are expected to have close elections. In each state, there are problems with election laws policies and practices that could impact enough voters to determine election outcomes. Ms. Goodman also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.moreless
  • Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Commission Meeting, Regional Elected Officials
    Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) and Governor Haley Barbour (R-MS) spoke at the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling's third series of meetings. Both laid out the unique challenges their states faces both before and after the oil spill. Senator Landrieu focused much of her talk on the need for coastal restoration to the Louisiana gulf coast.moreless
  • California Governor's Race
    California Governor's Race
    Episode 09.29.10
    9/29/10
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    Joe Garofoli talked about the California governor's race between Democratic state Attorney General Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman, who held their first debate the previous night.
  • New Supreme Court Term
    New Supreme Court Term
    Episode 09.29.10
    9/29/10
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    Tony Mauro spoke by phone about the announcement from the Supreme Court that it will release audio oral arguments at the end of each week. Mr. Mauro also talked about some of the new cases the Court will take up in the session that begins the following week, including several that new Justice Kagan has decided to recuse herself from.moreless
  • Congress and Tax Breaks
    Congress and Tax Breaks
    Episode 09.29.10
    9/29/10
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    Representative Bill Pascrelli talked about Congress and tax breaks, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Representative Pascrell is pushing for a compromise on tax cuts in order to be sure middle-class Americans get an extension of their current tax breaks.
  • Genetically Modified Food
    Genetically Modified Food
    Episode 09.29.10
    9/29/10
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    Jaydee Hanson talked about the policy and health implications of genetically modified food, and the federal government'?s role in overseeing this growing trend. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
  • Department of Defense Efficiencies Initiatives
    9/29/10
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    Pentagon officials talked about testified on Defense Department initiatives proposed by Secretary Robert Gates to more efficiently fund defense programs and cut down on overall costs. One of the proposals included the elimination of the Joint Forces Command in Norfolk, Virginia. Witnesses · William J. Lynn III, deputy secretary of Defense · Ashton B. Carter, undersecretary of Defense for acquisition, technology and logistics · Marine Corps Gen. James E. Cartwright, vice chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staffmoreless
  • Department of Defense Efficiencies Initiatives
    9/29/10
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    Pentagon officials testified about Defense Department initiatives proposed by Secretary Robert Gates to more efficiently fund defense programs. One of the proposals included the elimination of the Joint Forces Command in Norfolk, Virginia.
  • Military Attitudes on War and Diplomacy
    9/28/10
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    Admiral James Loy talked about the results of a new U.S. Global Leadership Coalition poll of active U.S. military members. The poll addressed the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the use of diplomacy and development as tools to achieve U.S. foreign policy objectives. Admiral Loy also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.moreless
  • Payroll Tax Holiday
    Payroll Tax Holiday
    Episode 09.28.10
    9/28/10
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    Edmund Andrews talked by phone about Senate legislation that would give U.S. companies a two-year payroll tax holiday for hiring new workers.
  • Tribute to Former Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK)
    9/28/10
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    Senators spoke in tribute to former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens, who was killed in a plane crash on August 9, 2010.
  • 2011 Student Cam Competition
    2011 Student Cam Competition
    Episode 09.28.10
    9/28/10
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    Adrienne Hoar talked about C-SPAN's 2011 StudentCam competition. This year, middle and high school students are asked to create a documentary on a political topic on an issue, event, or topic that helped them better understand the role of federal government in their life or community.
  • Senate Session
    Senate Session
    Episode 09.28.10
    9/28/10
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  • Morning Hour
    Morning Hour
    Episode 09.28.10
    9/28/10
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  • Senator Al Franken on Economic Stimulus and the Economy
    Senator Al Franken (D-MN) spoke about the impact of economic stimulus programs on the U.S. economy and defended the progress made toward economic recovery.
  • House Session
    House Session
    Episode 09.28.10
    9/28/10
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  • Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Commission Meeting, Funding and Restoration Management
    Environmental experts spoke at the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling's third series of meetings. They talked about about the desperate need to fund the restoration of the Gulf Coast region and noted the importance of the Mississippi and the Delta region to the entire country.moreless
  • Transportation Safety, Part 2
    9/23/10
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    John Pistole testified about the safety of the U.S. transportation system
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Robert Rees Testimony, Part 1
    Robert Rees testified at an impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Daniel Schwartz is an attorney for Judge Porteous. This was the fifth day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Henry Hildebrand Testimony
    Henry Hildebrand testified at an impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Daniel Schwartz is an attorney for Judge Porteous. This was the fifth day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Robert Rees Testimony, Part 2
    Robert Rees testified at an impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Daniel Schwartz is an attorney for Judge Porteous. This was the fifth day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Calvin Mackenzie Testimony
    Calvin Mackenzie testified at an impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Daniel Schwartz is an attorney for Judge Porteous. This was the fifth day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Darcy Griffin Testimony
    Darcy Griffin testified at an impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Daniel Schwartz is an attorney for Judge Porteous. This was the fifth day of the trial. There is no audio or video from approximately two minutes and thirty seconds into the program until seven minutes into the program.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, John Mamoulides Testimony, Part 2
    John Mamoulides testified at an impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Jonathan Turley is an attorney for Judge Porteous. This was the fifth day of the trial.moreless
  • Why Presidential Sites Matter
    9/19/10
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    Michael Beschloss' love for history started as a boy visiting historic sites across the country with his family. Based on these experiences, he spoke at the University of Virginia'?s Miller Center of Public Affairs about why presidential sites should matter to both the young and old today.
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Day 4
    9/16/10
    0.0
    Committee Chair McCaskill called a recess due to the absence of the required seven senators in the impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Before the recess began, Chair McCaskill and Judge Porteous' attorneys, Jonathan Turley and Daniel Schwartz, discussed a witness who was scheduled to appear, Don Gardner, but could not be located. This was the fourth day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment, Day 4
    9/16/10
    0.0
    S.J. Beaulieu, Donald Gardner, and Dane Ciolino testified at the impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Jonathan Turley is Judge Porteus' attorney. This was the fourth day of the trial.moreless
  • Deep Water Drilling Safety, Part 2
    9/15/10
    0.0
    Tony Hayward and Mark Bly appeared at the British House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee inquiry as part of an investigation into risks around deepwater drilling in the North Sea and to learn what long-term role the Gulf of Mexico oil spill will have on the United Kingdom. Mr. Hayward, who was to be replaced on October 1, 2010, said in his testimony that the accident should not lead to deepwater drilling bans and defended BP's safety record.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Day 3
    9/15/10
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    The Senate held an impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Jonathan Turley is Judge Porteus' attorney. This was the second day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Charles Geyh Testimony
    Professor Charles Geyh testified at the impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Jonathan Turley is Judge Porteus' attorney. This was the third day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Claude Lightfoot Testimony and Others
    Claude Lightfoot testified at the impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Jonathan Turley and Daniel O'Connor are Judge Porteus' attorneys. This was the third day of the trial.moreless
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, Aubrey Wallace Testimony
    Aubrey Wallace testified at the Senate impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm.
  • Judge Porteous Impeachment Trial, DeWayne Horner Testimony
    DeWayne Horner testified at the impeachment trial for New Orleans federal Judge Thomas Porteous for corruption and engaging in a kickback scheme with a Louisiana law firm. This segment concluded his cross examination. Congressmen Adam Schiff and Bob Goodlatte are the House impeachment managers. Jonathan Turley is Judge Porteus' attorney. This was the third day of the trial.moreless
  • New Hampshire Republican Senate Debate
  • Weekly Political Addresses
    Weekly Political Addresses
    Episode 09.04.10
    9/4/10
    0.0
    President Obama delivered his weekly Internet address. On the Labor Day weekend he honored American workers and talked about steps to strengthen the middle class.
  • 2010 Midterm Elections
    2010 Midterm Elections
    Episode 09.03.10
    9/3/10
    0.0
    Panelists talked about the 2010 midterm elections. Participants: John J. Pitney Claremont McKenna College Andrew E. Busch Claremont McKenna College Jonah Goldberg National Review, William Voegeli Claremont Review of Books, Matthew Spalding The Heritage Foundation Chair: Jean M. Yarbrough Bowdoin College
  • Maritime Security, Coast Guard and Navy Panel
    8/23/10
    0.0
    Steven Bucci and Terry Cross talked about talked about ramifications of port security on U.S. Navy and Coast Guard operations. Terry Cross in his presentation addressed the age of the Coast Guard fleet and the need for more icebreakers in the Arctic border area. Steven Bucci discussed the magnitude of shipping vessels, traffic on rivers and lakes, and the logistics of searching ships at sea. They responded to questions from the audience following their remarks.moreless
  • Weekly Political Addresses
    Weekly Political Addresses
    Episode 08.21.10
    8/21/10
    0.0
  • BookTV Primetime After Fred Kaplan
  • BookTV Primetime Introduction to Fred Kaplan
    8/20/10
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    C-SPAN's Book TV in Primetime is looking at presidents as writers. Peter Slen introduces Fred Kaplan who talks about Abraham Lincoln.
  • Future of Housing Finance
    Future of Housing Finance
    Episode 08.18.10
    8/18/10
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    Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan moderated a discussion on the future of housing finance. The Departments of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development co-sponsored a conference on the future of housing finance. The Obama administration is developing a comprehensive proposal for new regulations to deliver to Congress by January 2011.moreless
  • Housing Finance Conference, Closing Remarks
    8/18/10
    0.0
    Diana Farrell made closing remarks at the he Departments of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development conference on the future of housing finance. The Obama administration is developing a comprehensive proposal for new regulations to deliver to Congress by January 2011.
  • Fraud Against Senior Citizens, Panel 1
    8/18/10
    0.0
    Witnesses addressed issues pertaining to mail, telemarketing and Internet fraud targeting seniors.
  • Wartime Contracting Commission
    8/17/10
    0.0
    Clark Kent Irvin spoke by phone about the Commission on Wartime Contracting.
  • Role of Administrators in the Prevention of Bullying
    Administrators talked about anti-bullying efforts in their schools. Among the topics they addressed were staff training, teaching strategies, and the creation of student groups to assist in prevention. Following their prepared remarks, panelists responded to questions from members of the audience.
  • Presidential Remarks at Elena Kagan Reception
    8/7/10
    0.0
    President Obama spoke at a reception for Elena Kagan, who was confirmed to the Supreme Court the previous day.
  • Jobs and U.S. Economy
    Jobs and U.S. Economy
    Episode 08.07.10
    8/7/10
    0.0
    Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, and a Stanford business professor talked about improving the economy and job creation. Paul Solman moderated. The panelists responded to questions from members of the audience.
  • Jobs and the Economy
    Jobs and the Economy
    Episode 08.06.10
    8/6/10
    0.0
    President Obama spoke about jobs and the U.S. economy at a sign-making factory. He focused on the positive aspects of the most recent unemployment report, citing the seventh straight month of private sector job growth. The report said the economy lost a total of 130,000 jobs in July, mostly due to the end of temporary Census jobs. He also criticized Senate Republicans for holding up a small business lending bill that failed to pass before the August recess.moreless
  • Bill Gates on U.S. Education and Health Care Systems
    Bill Gates was interviewed at the Aspen Institute Ideas Festival. Topics included the U.S. education and health care systems.
  • Use of Dispersants in Gulf Oil Spill, Researchers Panel
    Academics testified on the effects of oil dispersants in efforts to address the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
  • Washington Journal Program 8/1/2010
    8/1/10
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    Washington Journal Summary Sunday, August 1, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Break 7:45-8:30 KATHLEEN HUNTER (goes by 'Kate') R/T Roll Call House Leadership Reporter rollcall.com PATRICIA MURPHY Politics Daily Capitol Hill Bureau Chief politicsdaily.com For More Information: Twitter: @1PatriciaMurphy Topic: The political & legislative strategies Members will employ in their home districts during the August recess, two months prior to the midterm elections. Our conversation will include how Members will approach constituents, i.e. talking points; successes and accomplishments; responding to the opposition; the role of leadership; the Tea Party factor; jobs, health care & economic uncertainty; and President Obama's potential campaign role in the 2010 midterms. The House was scheduled to leave for recess this past Friday. The Senate is expected to do so at the end of next week. 8:30 Break 8:30-9:15 LISA CURTIS Heritage Foundation South Asia Senior Research Fellow heritage.org Topic: Last week, the website Wikileaks released tens of thousands of classified U.S. military files. Guest joins us with the impact the release of these documents could have on U.S. - Pakistan - Afghanistan relations. 9:15 Break - NO PRODUCT SPOTS 9:15-10:00 ALEXANDER KOLKER (goes by Alex) (COAL-KER) Uplink Tulane University Professor & Coastal Geologist tulane.edu Locator: New Orleans Topic: Our guest is a geologist in Tulane's Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, who can talk about coastal ecosystems and the impact of the oil in the Gulf of Mexico. He can also discuss recent reports that suggest the oil is disappearing in the Gulf. Host: Steve Scullymoreless
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remarks
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remarks
    Episode 07.31.10
    7/31/10
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    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg talked about Elena Kagan, [Roe vs. Wade], and relations among the justices. Justice Ginsburg was introduced by former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
  • Toxic Talk] Book Party
    Toxic Talk] Book Party
    Episode 07.26.10
    7/26/10
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    A book party was held for [Toxic Talk: How the Radical Right Has Poisoned America's Airwaves ] (Thomas Dunne Books, 2010) by Bill Press. Bill Press was shown mingling with the guests at the party held at Media Matters for America. Mr. Press also addressed the group, introduced by Eric Burns, Representative Clyburn, and Senator Dorgan. Various scenes were then shown of Mr. Press talking with people and signing books.moreless
  • Washington Journal Program 7/25/2010
    7/25/10
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    7:00-7:30 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones C-SPAN Radio's Nancy Calo previewed topics for Sunday morning news shows at the end of the program. 7:30-8:00 MATTHEW LEE Associated Press State Department Correspondent Topic: Matthew Lee talked about Secretary of State Clinton week-long trip to Afghanistan, Pakistan, South Korea, and Vietnam, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Mr. Lee accompanied Secretary Clinton on the trip. 8:00-9:30 KWEISI MFUME R/T Former President NAACP, 1996-2004 Former U.S. Representative, D-MD, 1987-96 SOPHIA NELSON Political Commentator & Author LEONARD STEINHORN Co-Author, 'By the Color of Our Skin: The Illusion of Integration & the Reality of Race' Topic: Leonard Steinhorn, Sophia Nelson, and Kweisi Mfune talked about Arace relations and politics in the U.S. They responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. C-SPAN Radio's Nancy Calo previewed topics for Sunday morning news shows at the end of the program. 9:30-10:00 RAVEN BROOKS Uplink Netroots Nation Executive Director Locator: Las Vegas Topic: Raven Brooks talked about the use of online tools such as social networks and media sites are used to promote the progressive agenda, and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.moreless
  • Joint Investigation of Deepwater Horizon Incident, Panel 1
  • Americans with Disabilities Act Anniversary, Panel 2
    Witnesses testified on the legacy and future of the Americans with Disabilities Act twenty years after its enactment. Witnesses Panel Two · Richard L. "Dick" Thornburgh, counsel, K&L Gates LLP (former Governor of Pennsylvania and former U.S. Attorney General) Panel Two · Cheryl Sensenbrenner, immediate past board chairwoman, American Association of Perople with Disabilities · Adrian Villalobos, El Paso, Texas · Casandra Cox, Bronx, N.Y. · Jonathan M. Young, chairman, National Council on Disabilitymoreless
  • Role of Interior Department in Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, Part 2
    Current and former interior secretaries testified on the role of the Department of the Interior in BP's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Chairman Rep. Edward Markey (D-MA)/O&I Chairman Rep. Bart Stupak (D-MI) Witnesses · Gale Norton, former secretary of the Interior (2001-06) · Dirk Kempthorne, former secretary of the Interior (2006-09) · Ken Salazar, secretary of the Interiormoreless
  • U.S.-China Relations and Perceptions, Academic and Media Panel
    0:30 ' 12:45 pm TOPIC 2. Sources of Perceptions Moderator: J. Stapleton Roy, Woodrow Wilson Center A. Academic Travelers: Scholars and Students U.S. Scholar/Student Views of China ' Cheng Li, Brookings Institution Chinese Scholar/Student Views of the U.S. - Jiang Changjian, Fudan University B. Media Coverage, including Internet Chinese Media Perceptions of the U.S. ' Tian Wei, CCTV Views of China in U.S. Media - James Fallows, The Atlanticmoreless
  • U.S.-China Perceptions Through Popular Culture
  • U.S.-China Perceptions, Role of Law
    7/19/10
    0.0
    Panelists talked about U.S. and China general perceptions of the role of law. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
  • John Paul Jones: Sailor, Hero, Father of the American Navy
    Mr. Thomas discussed his biography, [John Paul Jones: Sailor, Hero, Father of the American Navy], published by Simon and Schuster. Revolutionary War hero Jones was born in Scotland in 1747 and came to America to serve in its newly formed Navy. His seafaring abilities and driving ambition helped him rise quickly through the ranks and served him well during his battles at sea in the midst of the Revolutionary War. Hence, John Paul Jones is considered to be the father of the American Navy. After his presentation Mr. Thomas answered audience members' questions.moreless
  • Washington Journal Program 5/09/2010
    5/8/10
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    7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones/Phoner 7:20 From London (No photo ID) Phoner TOM BALDWIN The Times of London Chief Reporter Topic: Mr. Baldwin will discuss the latest developments in the British General Election, which was held last Thursday, May 6th. 7:45 Sunday Shows Radio Break 7:45-8:30 CLARISSA MARTINEZ National Council of La Raza Immigration & National Campaigns Director Topic: We will discuss U.S. immigration policy and NCLR?s overall mission; NCLR's legislative & political efforts to change existing immigration law at the national, state & local level; immigration proposals being considered in Congress; the Obama's administration's immigration policy; Arizona's new immigration law, and NCLR's opposition to it, including their call for a boycott of the state. 8:30 Cartoon Break SUNTOONS 8:30-9:15 RICHARD VIGUERIE ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Topic: The future of the Republican Party and its relationship with the Tea Party, and the state of the conservative movement. 9:15 Sunday Shows Radio Break 9:15-10:00 DARRYL JENKINS Aviation Policy Expert Author & Editor, ?Handbook of Airline Economics? Topic: Last week, United and Continental announced plans to merge. Guest will discuss among other topics what a merger of the two airlines would look like, its impact on the airline industry, passenger, and possible fares hikes.moreless
  • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference, Afternoon Session
    The 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) was held at UN Headquarters in New York. Ambassador Libran N. Cabactulan of the Philippines is the President-elect of the review conference. The objective of the NPT is to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology, to promote cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy and to further the goal of achieving nuclear disarmament and general and complete disarmament. The NPT represents the only binding commitment in a multilateral treaty to the goal of disarmament by the nuclear-weapon states.moreless
  • Women Trailblazers in the Law, Part 2
    5/2/10
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    Brooksley Born talked about the American Bar Association's The Women Trailblazers in the Law Project (WTP) that captures the oral histories of women pioneers in the legal profession. This is the second of two parts. The WTP collection is housed at two repositories: the Library of Congress and the Schlesinger Library at Harvard. Now sponsored by the ABA?s Senior Lawyers Division (SLD), the project was initiated by the Commission on Women in the Profession.moreless
  • Red Carpet Arrivals #3
    Red Carpet Arrivals #3
    Episode 05.02.10
    5/2/10
    0.0
  • Presidential and Republican Weekly Addresses
    5/1/10
    0.0
    Representative Pete Hoekstra gave the weekly Republican address.
  • Red Carpet Arrivals #2
    Red Carpet Arrivals #2
    Episode 05.01.10
    5/1/10
    0.0
  • Homeland Security Part 2
    Homeland Security Part 2
    Episode 04.27.10
    4/27/10
    0.0
    Hearing re-joined in progress.
  • Health Care Settlement
    Health Care Settlement
    Episode 04.27.10
    4/27/10
    0.0
    Attorney General Eric Holder and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, along with others, announced a $500 million settlement with the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca for allegedly promoting improper use of the antipsychotic Seroquel. Lots of talk about efforts to prevent health care fraud in general. As an added bonus, we get questions from reporters towards the end on the Arizona immigration law, Guantanamo Bay & the Fort Hood investigation.moreless
  • State Department Daily Briefing
  • 13 Bankers
    13 Bankers
    Episode 04.24.10
    4/24/10
    0.0
    Simon Johnson talks about the power of Wall Street banks since the 2008 financial collapse. In March 2009, the heads of the 13 largest banks in the U.S. visited President Obama in the White House to ask for help. That help, which came in the form of bailouts, loans, and credits from the federal government, resulted in a further concentration of power within the banking sector, leading to what we have today - six megabanks that control a vast portion of our economy. Mr. Johnson argues that  these banks, which are still too big to fail, continue to take excessive risks and could lead us to another collapse.       Âmoreless
  • Federal Oversight of Wartime Contract, Panel Two
    The Commission on Wartime Contracting held a hearing on improving the federal government?s planning and oversight of billions of dollars in services contracts for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. AEGIS, a security-services contractor; Kristi Clemons President · CACI, Terry Raney. · AECOM, Jay Ward, COO
  • Polish Heroes, Polish Victims
    4/18/10
    0.0
    Wiktor Osiatynski, professor at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, talked by telephone from Warsaw, Poland about the death and funeral of Poland's president, first lady, and several members of parliament.
  • George Friedman
    George Friedman
    Episode 04.18.10
    4/18/10
    0.0
  • SRLC: Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN)
    SRLC: Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN)
    Episode 04.10.10
    4/10/10
    0.0
    Senator Mike Pence spoke at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Washington Journal Program 4/04/2010
    4/4/10
    0.0
    Sunday, April 04, 2010 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:45 Sunday Shows Radio Hit BOBBI JACKSON 7:45-8:30 ALEXANDER HEFFNER (goes by Alex) R/T ScoopDaily Editor in Chief scoopdaily.com JONATHAN STRONG Daily Caller Reporter dailycaller.com Topic: The health care law just signed by President Obama; what?s ahead for Congress following Easter recess and the passage of health care law; and midterm politics. Guests will also discuss the changing face of journalism and reporting, and their points of view as young journalists. 8:30 StudentCam Winner Break 8:30-9:15 STUART PRATT Consumer Data Industry Association President & CEO cdiaonline.org Topic: Last week, our guest testified on the role of consumer credit scores and credit reports play in today's economy. 9:15 Sunday Shows Radio Hit BOBBI JACKSON 9:15-10:00 STEPHEN WAYNE Georgetown University Government Professor georgetown.edu Topic: A look at how Presidents learn the job of Presidency. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Host: Greta Brawnermoreless
  • Cell Phone Service
    Cell Phone Service
    Episode 04.01.10
    4/1/10
    0.0
    Panelists talked about improving cell phone service. Among the issues they addressed were bandwidth, competition and service, and consumer rights. Panelists · Farhad Manjoo/Technology Columnist, Slate Magazine · Sascha Meinrath/Director, Open Technology Initiative, New America Foundation · Tim Wu/Professor, Columbia Law School/Chairman, Free Press/Fellow, New America Foundation/Contributing Editor, Slate Magazine Moderator · Nicholas Thompson/Senior Fellow, New America Foundation/Senior Editor, Wired Magazinemoreless
  • Bill Clinton Remarks
    Bill Clinton Remarks
    Episode 03.31.10
    3/31/10
    0.0
    Former President Bill Clinton talked about his job as special envoy to Haiti and the efforts to help the country before the earthquake. He talked about some of the long-term plans for the nation and the challenges Haitians face before the start of the rainy season. This program was part of an international community gathering at the United Nations Headquarters for a conference on relief efforts in Haiti. The event focused on the long-term recovery and reconstruction needs of the country. Former Non-governmental organizations, and public and private assistance pledged new financial aid to help Haiti rebuild, and to mobilize a sustained international effort.moreless
  • Michelle Obama on Workplace Flexibility
    3/31/10
    0.0
    First Lady Michelle Obama spoke at a White House forum on workplace flexibility.
  • Open Phones
    Open Phones
    Episode 03.31.10
    3/31/10
    0.0
    Telephone lines were open for comments on President Obama's proposal for more offshore drilling.
  • Tea Party Express Launch
    Tea Party Express Launch
    Episode 03.28.10
    3/28/10
    0.0
    The Tea Party Express launched its nationwide bus tour in Searchlight, Nevada, the hometown of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Speakers included Nevada Governor jim Gibbons, Sarah Palin, 2008 Libertarian Vice President Candidate Wayne Allyn Root, and conservative radio talk show hosts.
  • Question Time
    Question Time
    Episode 03.23.10
    3/23/10
    0.0
    Prime Minister Gordon Brown answered questions from members of his party and the opposition. "Question Time" aired between 8:00-8:30 a.m. this week due to the start of Daylight Saving Time in the U.S.
  • AIPAC Annual Policy Conference, Evening Session
  • Julie Rovner on House Health Care Vote
  • House Rules Committee Reconciliation Bill, Session 3
    The House Rules Committee met to consider a rule for House consideration of the budget reconciliation/health revision package. Agenda · HR 4872 ? Reconciliation Act of 2010 · HR 3590 ? Senate Leadership's Health Care Overhaul
  • House Rules Committee Reconciliation Bill, Session 2
    The House Rules Committee met to consider a rule for House consideration of the budget reconciliation/health revision package. Agenda · HR 4872 ? Reconciliation Act of 2010 · HR 3590 ? Senate Leadership's Health Care Overhaul
  • House Rules Committee Reconciliation Bill, Session 1
    The House Rules Committee met to consider a rule for House consideration of the budget reconciliation/health revision package. Agenda · HR 4872 ? Reconciliation Act of 2010 · HR 3590 ? Senate Leadership's Health Care Overhaul
  • House Rules Committee Reconciliation Bill, Session 3
    The House Rules Committee met to consider a rule for House consideration of the budget reconciliation/health revision package. Agenda · HR 4872 ? Reconciliation Act of 2010 · HR 3590 ? Senate Leadership's Health Care Overhaul
  • House Rules Committee Reconciliation Bill, Session 4
    The House Rules Committee has cleared the way for the full House to take up health care legislation. The committee rejected 80 possible amendments, and passed a rule allowing for separate votes on the Senate health care bill and the reconciliation bill.
  • House Rules Committee Reconciliation Bill, Session 4
    The House Rules Committee met to consider a rule for House consideration of the budget reconciliation/health revision package.
  • House Rules Committee Reconciliation Bill, Session 2
    The House Rules Committee met to consider a rule for House consideration of the budget reconciliation/health revision package.
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