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  • Small Business and the U.S. Economy
    1/14/11
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    Confronting the Obstacles-Panel Two Moderator: John Harwood, CNBC Don D. Graves, Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Small Business Steven J. Smits, Associate Administrator for Capital Access, Small Business Admin. M. Anthony Lowe, FDIC Regional Director for the Chicago Region John D. Harrison, Superintendent, Alabama State Banking Department Jorge C. Corralejo, Chairman of the Latino Business Chamber of Greater Los Angeles William J. Dennis, Jr., Senior Research Fellow, National Federation of Independent Business Rebeca Romero Rainey, Chairman and CEO, Centinel Bank of Taos Kathleen P. Sowa, Senior Vice President, National Business Credit Executive, Bank of America Closing Remarks: Karen Mills, Administrator for the Small Business Administration Wrap-Up: John Harwood, CNBCmoreless
  • John F. Kennedy Inauguration
    John F. Kennedy Inauguration
    Episode 20110116
    1/16/11
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    President Kennedy addressed the nation following his swearing-in during the presidential inauguration ceremony. In his remarks, the president made the statement, "Ask not what your country can do for you ask what you can do for your country." The event took place on the steps of the U.S. Capitol before a large crowd. The ceremony also included the swearing-in of Vice President Johnson.moreless
  • Medical Malpractice Liability, Part 2
    1/20/11
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    The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the relationship between medical malpractice liability health care costs. House Judiciary Committee (Chairman Smith, R-Texas) will hold an oversight hearing titled "Medical Liability Reform: Cutting Costs, Spurring Investment, Creating Jobs." Date Thursday, Jan. 20, 10:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Place 2141 Rayburn Bldg. WITNESSES: The two Republican-invited witnesses are: Ardis Hoven, MD, Chair, American Medical Association Board of Trustees. Prior to her election to the AMA-BOT, Dr. Hoven served as a member and chair of the AMA Council on Medical Service. She was a member of the Utilization Review and Accreditation Commission for six years and served on its executive committee. Most recently she was appointed to the National Advisory Council for Healthcare Research and Quality. Stuart L. Weinstein, MD, a physician spokesperson for the Health Coalition on Liability and Access. Dr. Weinstein is the Ignacio V. Ponseti Chair and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Professor of Pediatrics at The University of Iowa. He is the former chair of Doctors for Medical Liability Reform and has authored numerous writings and made many presentations on this topic. Both Republican witnesses will address all the reasons for medical malpractice reform at the federal level '? specifically examining the positive effects of tort reform in the states that have enacted it, problems with defensive medicine, and doctor shortages in certain medical areas due to high malpractice insurance rates. The Democrat-invited witness is: Joanne Doroshow, Executive Director, Center for Justice & Democracy. Ms. Doroshow is the founder of the Center for Justice & Democracy and co-founder of Americans for Insurance Reform (AIR). An attorney, Ms. Doroshow has worked on lawsuit issues since 1986, when she directed an insurance industry and liability project for Ralph Nader.moreless
  • Rick Santorum Remarks
    Rick Santorum Remarks
    Episode 20110124
    1/24/11
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  • Washington Journal Program 1/28/11
    1/27/11
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    7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones/Phoner Telephone lines were open for viewer comments. 7:05 On the Phone Phoner EILEEN SULLIVAN Associated Press Terrorism Reporter Topic: Eileen Sullivan talked by phone about Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano first '?State of America'?s Homeland Security'? address. Among the topics she addressed was the Department'?s decision to phase out the color coded terror alert system. 7:45-8:45 MATTHEW MITCHELL R/T George Mason University'?s Mercatus Center, Research Fellow ISABEL SAWHILL Brookings Institution Senior Fellow, Economic Studies Topic: Matthew Mitchell and Isabel Sawhill discussed two philosophies of thought when it comes to improving the economy, and they responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. One suggests that cutting government spending leads to increased funds to assist in debt reduction, the other contends that using government funds to invest in specific programs will lead to job creation, which in turn will lead to a stronger fiscal condition. 8:45-9:30 PAUL LIGHT Uplink New York University Public Service Professor Locator: New York City Topic: Paul Light talked about President Obama'?s effort announced in his State of the Union address to reduce the size of the federal government. Mr. Light also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. SLUG: BUSHQA TRT: 1:03 9:30-10:00 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Telephone lines were open for viewer comments. HOST: SUSAN SWAINmoreless
  • Open Phones
    Open Phones
    Episode 20110128
    1/28/11
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    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments.
  • Washington Journal Program 1/30/11
  • Washington Journal Program 1/29/11
  • Washington Journal Program 1/31/11
  • White House Daily Briefing
    White House Daily Briefing
    Episode 20110201
    2/1/11
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    Robert Gibbs gave the daily White House briefing.
  • Washington Journal Program 2/1/11
  • Washington Journal Program 2/3/11
  • Ronald Reagan Birthday Tributes
    2/4/11
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    Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) spoke on the occasion of Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday.
  • Commercial Real Estatea??s Impact on Bank Stability
    Congressional Oversight Panel '¢ Former Senator Ted Kaufman, COP Chairman '¢ J. Mark McWatters, Attorney and Certified Public Accountant '¢ Richard H. Neiman, Superintendent of Banks for the State of New York; '¢ Damon Silvers, Policy Director and Special Counsel for the AFL-CIO; '¢ Kenneth Troske, William B. Sturgill Professor of Economics at the University of Kentucky. Witness Panel One: '¢ Sandra Thompson, Director, Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation '¢ Patrick Parkinson, Director, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve '¢ David Wilson, Deputy Comptroller for Credit and Market Risk, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Witness Panel Two: '¢ Matthew Anderson, Managing Director, Foresight Analytics '¢ Richard Parkus, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley Research '¢ Jamie Woodwell, Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Research, Mortgage Bankers Associationmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/4/11
  • Washington Journal Program 2/6/11
    2/6/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:30 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: ELEMENTS: 7:30 Break A 7:30-8:00 NATHAN BROWN George Washington University Director of Middle East Studies NATHAN BROWN George Washington University Political Science and International Affairs Professor elliott.gwu.edu Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will discuss the latest developments in Egypt and how the change in government may affect the country and entire region. 8:00 Cartoon Break B SLUG: SPRBOWL 8:00-9:00 TRACY SEFL (SEH-full) R/T Democratic Strategist DOUG HEYE (HIGH) Former Communications Director Republican National Committee, 2010-11 Phones: R/D/I Topic: Discuss at risk Senators as well as President Obama'?s re-election effort as well as Republican challengers. 9:00 Break C 9:00-10:00 RICHARD NORTON SMITH George Mason University Author & Presidential Historian Phones: R/D/I Topic: Today marks the 100th anniversary of Ronald Reagan's birth. Guest will discuss the former president'?s legacy as well as what it means for the future of the Republican Party. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: STEVE SCULLYmoreless
  • Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)
  • Washington Journal Program 2/10/11
  • Washington Journal Program 2/12/11
  • Washington Journal Program 2/11/11
  • Washington Journal Program 2/13/11
  • Washington Journal Program 2/12/11
  • Washington Journal Program 2/14/11
    2/13/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Monday, Feb. 14, 2011 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: ELEMENTS: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 MERRILL GOOZNER Fiscal Times Senior Correspondent thefiscaltimes.com TOPIC: What to watch for when President Obama unveils his FY2012 budget proposal today. The budget proposal is expected to contain a five-year freeze on domestic discretionary spending, which the White House says will save $400 billion as well as a two-year moratorium that gives cash-strapped states more time to pay of debt from unemployment insurance programs. 8:30 Radio- Break B 8:30-9:15 ANDREW CAMPANELLA _______ Alliance for School Choice Senior Advisor _______ allianceforschoolchoice.org Topic: Guest will discuss his group'?s new report on the efficacy of school choice programs in the U.S. The discussion will include how these programs are funded, how they differ from public school education, and what legislation the GOP congress may be considering to boost school choice programs. 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 JOHN TAYLOR _______ National Community Reinvestment Coalition President & CEO _______ ncrc.org _______ Twitter: @ncrc Topic: Guest will react to Obama administration'?s plans to gradually eliminate government-sponsored mortgage backers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and reducing the overall role government plays in the mortgage market. HOST: Paul Orgelmoreless
  • Defense Department 2012 Budget, Part 2
    2/16/11
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    Secretary Robert Gates and Joint Chief of Staff Chairman Admiral Mike Mullen testified on the Defense Department's 2012 budget proposal.
  • Washington Journal Program 2/18/11
  • Senate Session
    Senate Session
    Episode 20110218
    2/18/11
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  • Washington Journal Program 2/20/11
    2/19/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - Sunday, Feb. 20, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: 7:45 Radio- Break A 7:45-8:30 MICHAEL TANNER Cato Institute Senior Fellow cato.org Twitter: @CatoInstitute Phones: R/D/I Tanner Feb. 16, 2011, National Review piece: '?Top Ten Obama Budget Failures. So many to choose from'¦'?: nationalreview.com/articles/259843/top-ten-obama-budget-failures-michael-tanner Topic: Guest will discuss his recent National Review analysis of FY 2012 budget released by the Obama White House last week. He will also discuss how Obama budget and tax policies -- of which he is critical -- adversely affect other major Obama policy initiatives such as defense, health care and infrastructure. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: WJTOON2 8:30-9:15 ALEJANDRO MAYORKAS (alley - HAN - DRO my - or '? KUS) United States Citizenship & Immigration Services Director uscis.gov Twitter: @uscis Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will discuss how the government'?s E-Verify system works and the renewed push to crackdown on employers who hire undocumented workers. 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 ELLEN LAIPSON President & CEO Stimson Center stimson.org Twitter: @StimsonCenter Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will discuss the geopolitical impact from the continuing anti-government protests in the Middle East and Northern Africa '?and how the U.S. should respond. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: PAUL ORGELmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/19/11
    2/19/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 PHILIP HOWARD Remote Common Good Founder commongood.org Twitter: @commongood Locator: New York City Phones: R/D/I Topic: Discuss President Obama'?s $250 million budget request for grants to states to help them modify their medical malpractice laws. Part of the grants could be used to establish '?health courts'? in which judges with special training would handle health care disputes. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: WJTOON1 8:30-9:15 AMY GOODMAN Remote Democracy Now! Host democracynow.org AMY GOODMAN Author, '?Breaking the Sound Barrier'? Twitter: @democracynow Locator: New York City Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will discuss the movement toward democracy in the Middle East, ranging from Tunisia, to Egypt, Libya, and Bahrain, as well as the opposition and response to the uprisings. (She can also speak to media coverage, and as the Executive Producer of a Show that sent their Senior Producer, Sharif Abdel Kouddous (Sha-reef abdel kuh-dooz), to Egypt as he reported/called-in daily) 9:15 Break C Phones: R/D/I 9:15-9:30 On the Phone Phoner DENNIS CAUCHON (COO-shawn) USA Today Reporter usatoday.com Topic: Guest will look at how states such as Wisconsin and Ohio are turning into political battlegrounds over the issues of state spending and unions. 9:30-9:40 On the Phone Phoner DAN SIMMONS (Photo ID avail) Wisconsin State Journal Reporter madison.com Topic: Guest will discuss fifth straight day of demonstrations in the Capitol Square against Gov. Scott Walker'?s budget plan. 9:40-9:50 On the Phone Phoner JIM SIEGEL (Photo ID avail) Columbus (OH) Dispatch Statehouse Reporter dispatch.com Topic: In Ohio, efforts by Republican legislators to end collective bargaining and the right to strike for public safety employees such as police and firefighters. The Ohio state Senate held a hearing on the bmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/21/11
    2/20/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Monday, Feb. 21, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: ELEMENTS: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 GEORGE COLING (rhymes with ROLLING) National Fuel Funds Network Executive Director nationalfuelfunds.org Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest is an advocate for LIHEAP '? the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. Both the White House and the GOP congress are targeting the program for spending cuts. 8:30 Radio- Break B 8:30-9:15 PETE SEPP National Taxpayers Union Executive Vice President ntu.org Twitter: @NTU Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will outlines what he describes as '?hidden taxes'? contained in President Obama'?s 2012 budget request and whether the White House and GOP Congress will address the broader issue of tax reform. 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 JAMES THURBER American University Center for Congressional & Presidential Studies '? Director & Professor american.edu/ccps Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will discuss how recent Presidents have dealt with fiscal matters when Congress is split. Not only will the guest discuss the current efforts by President Obama but also how other (President'?s Reagan, Clinton and George W. Bush) worked with divided Congress'? as well. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: PETER SLENmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/22/11
    2/21/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: 7:30 On the Phone Phoner ADAM LIPTAK New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent nytimes.com Topic: Tuesday marks Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas'? 5th year on the bench without asking a question. 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 NEIL IRWIN Washington Post Economics Reporter washingtonpost.com Twitter: @Neil_Irwin Phones: R/D/I Article link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/15/AR2011021502605.html?hpid=topnews Topic: Americans are increasing their savings and going into debt less, compared with their financial profiles 3 to 4 years ago, Neil Irwin reported this past week. It'?s not all the result of improved personal spending habits though; it'?s also the result of banks being less willing to lend. Among the questions now: How long will the trend continue? 8:30 Radio- Break B 8:30-9:15 BILL GERTZ (GURTZ) Washington Times Geopolitics Editor washingtontimes.com gertzfile.com Twitter: @BillGertz Phones: R/D/I Topic: Facing a Feb. 28 deadline, the House and Senate last week approved a short-term extension of expiring provisions of the PATRIOT Act through May 27. Guest joins us with a discussion on what parts of the act was extended 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 REBECCA MacKINNON New America Foundation Senior Fellow newamerica.net Twitter: @rmack Twitter: @NewAmerica Phones: R/D/I Guests Blog: http://rconversation.blogs.com/ Topic: Guest will discuss how the United States government is trying to use the Internet and social networking to promote its foreign policy goals and foster democratic institutions in some countries abroad. She will also discuss the dangers the Internet poses to U.S. interests abroad and at home, including the WikiLeaks disclosures, and the difficulty of balancing the legitimate needs for law enforcement, confidentiality and national security with the desire to promote free expmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/24/11
  • State Department Daily Briefing
    2/25/11
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    P.J. Crowley briefed reporters and answered questions.
  • Future of the Afghan National Security Forces
    2/25/11
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    TOPIC: Over the past year, nearly 80,000 Afghans committed to serve their country by joining the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF), representing an increase of more than 42 percent from the previous year. Despite this tremendous growth, many challenges lay ahead for the transfer of security from the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) to the ANSF, currently scheduled for 2014. Violence in on the rise, particularly in Helmand, Kandahar and Kunar provinces, and assassinations increased by 50 percent while suicide attacks doubled. The police and army's capacity to address these issues is hampered by retention challenges, supply and logistical support issues, illiteracy and drug abuse. Despite the ongoing violence and challenges, NATO has emphasized the importance of ensuring an Afghan-led transition process. Furthermore, officials are upbeat about the increasing numbers and capacity of Afghan police and soldiers. In order for the ANSF to effectively assume control for the country's security upon the departure of international troops, it is critical that the Karzai government and NATO's ISAF weaken or defeat the Taliban, build local government with popular support and put an end to the corruption that feeds disaffection. Join USIP in welcoming Afghan Defense Minister Abdul Rahim Wardark and Afghan Interior Minister Bismillah Khan Mohammadi to discuss the role of the ANSF in this transition. Ministers Wardak and Mohammadi will discuss the challenges inherent within this process, the way forward for the ANSF and their insights looking ahead to 2014. Speakers Minister Abdul Rahim Wardak, Minister of Defense, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (SPEAKS ENGLISH) Minister Bismillah Khan Mohammadi, Minister of Interior, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (CONSECUTIVE TRANSLATION) LTG David Barno, USA (Ret.), Senior Adviser and Senior Fellow, Center for a New American Security Moderator Ambassador William B. Taylor [3], Senior Vice President, Center for Conflict Managemoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/27/11
    2/26/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: ELEMENTS: 7:45 Radio- Break A 7:45-8:45 FELICIA SONMEZ (fah-LEE-sha SAHN-mehz) R/T Washington Post Congressional Reporter & Blogger washingtonpost.com Twitter: @2chambers KARA ROWLAND (rhymes with '?Sara'?'?) Washington Times White House Reporter washingtontimes.com Twitter: @kararowland Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guests will preview next week'?s budget showdown between Congress and the White House over spending cuts and a potential government shutdown. 8:45 Cartoon Break B SLUG: HIMEL 8:45-9:15 MYRNA PEREZ Remote Brennan Center for Justice Senior Council brennancenter.org Locator: New York City Phones: R/D/I Topic: Fifty state governments will soon redraw their legislative lines. Guest will discuss the Brennan Center'?s '?Citizen'?s Guide to Redistricting'?, which explains the importance of redistricting, and its impact on elections. 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 ARNAUD De BORCHGRAVE ('?R'?-no duh '?BORE'?-grahv) Center for Strategic & International Studies Transnational Threats Project Director csis.org Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest, who formally was a journalist, has interviewed Moammar Gadhafi six times over the course of his career. In a piece today, de Borchgrave uses his past experiences with the leader to examine his current mental state and its implications for his country. Guest will also discuss Libya'?s current state plays into the larger state of Middle East unrest. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: STEVE SCULLYmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/26/11
    2/26/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 JENNIFER DePAUL Fiscal Times Contributor/Blogger thefiscaltimes.com Twitter: @TFTJennifer Phones: R/D/I Topic: Discuss how current domestic and international events could affect consumer confidence in the economy. Guest will discuss the potential impact of a potential government shutdown and rising gas and food prices. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: HIBILL 8:30-9:15 JIM GLASSMAN George W. Bush Institute Executive Director JAMES GLASSMAN Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy Bush Administration, 2008-09 Phones: R/D/I Topic: With protests continuing across the Middle East, guest will discuss the role of diplomacy and use of the internet and social media in political uprisings. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 GOV. BRIAN SCHWEITZER Remote D-Montana governor.mt.gov Twitter: @brianschweitzer Locator: Washington, DC J.W. Marriott Phones: R/D/I Topic: Governor will discuss his meetings with fellow governors at this year'?s National Governor'?s Association gathering on issues such as the economy and job creation -- and how these issues are impacting the Governor'?s home state of Montana.moreless
  • Washington Journal Program 2/28/11
    2/27/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 TERENCE SAMUEL National Journal Congressional Coverage Managing Editor nationaljournal.com TERENCE SAMUEL Author, '?The Upper House: A Journey Behind the Closed Doors of the U.S. Senate'? Twitter: @ tsamuel100 Phones: R/D/I Topic: Senate & House weigh a short-term spending bill. House Republicans Friday 2/25 planned to unveil a short-term spending bill proposing $4 billion in cuts that reportedly is designed to appeal to Senate Democrats and meets the goals of House Republican freshmen. The bill would fund the government through Sept 30. Also to be discussed: prospects for a government shutdown if the chambers cannot agree on a spending bill. ELEMENTS: 8:30 Radio- Break B 8:30-9:15 BOBBY GHOSH Remote Time Magazine Deputy International Editor time.com Twitter: @ghoshworld Locator: New York City Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will discuss the upheaval in the Arab world, including recent events in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and Bahrain. Our conversation will also include his March 7 article, '?Gaddafi's Last Stand,'? and his February 17 article, '?Rage, Rap and Revolution: Inside the Arab Youth Quake,'? in which he profiles the Arab youth who have been central in the protests against several Arab regimes this year. 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 JOHN LAUCK Children'?s Miracle Network Hospitals President & CEO childrensmiraclenetworkhospitals.org Phones: R/D/I Topic: Guest will discuss the role and importance of children'?s hospitals in the health care system, including the impact of the new health care law and proposed GOP spending cuts. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: ROBB HARELSTONmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/1/11
    2/28/11
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    7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:05-ish On the Phone Phoner BOB CUSACK The Hill Managing Editor Topic: Whatâ??s happening Tuesday in the House & Senate â?? on the floor & behind the scenes. This will include the latest on the new Republican effort to extend a CR until March 18 to fund the government, one with $4B in cuts. Government funding runs out at the end of the week. 7:45-8:30 REP. MARCIA FUDGE D-Ohio, 11th District Warrensville Heights Topic: How to fund the federal government in the short and longer term. Today the House is expected to consider a new two-week stopgap spending bill crafted by Republican leaders to avert a government shutdown that could occur at the end of the week. The bill would fund the government until March 18, giving members time to work out plan that could satisfy both House and Senate on ways to fund the government through Sept. 30. The two-week bill reportedly contains $4 billion in cuts. C-SPAN Radio's Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the program. 8:30-9:00 SEN. MARK KIRK Uplink R-Illinois Appropriations Committee Member Topic: Congress this week must reach a deal on a continuing resolution to avert a government shutdown. National Journal Daily reports that odds of a shutdown are long, because both House and Senate leaders fear the consequences. House Republicans plan to hold a vote mid-week on a two-week continuing resolution that contains about $4 billion in cuts. 9:00-9:15 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 9C-SPAN Radio's Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the program. 9:15-10:00 JOAO VALE DE ALMEID European Union Ambassador to the United States Topic: Following the UN Security Council's decision to impose economic sanctions on Libya, the European Union Monday adopted additional restrictive measures against the country, including banning the supply of arms and ammunition as well as prohibiting trade with Libya in equipment which might be used for repression. The EU also enactmoreless
  • Financial State of the U.S. Postal Service, Panel 2 Part 2
    Witnesses testified on the U.S. Postal Service's fiscal year 2012 budget request and the overall financial state of the service. Panel II Jim Sampey Executive Vice President and CEO Valpak Arthur Sackler Coalition for a 21st Century Postal Service Fredric Rolando President National Association of Letter Carriers
  • Financial State of the U.S. Postal Service, Panel 2 Part 1
    Witnesses testified on the U.S. Postal Service's fiscal year 2012 budget request and the overall financial state of the service. Panel II Jim Sampey Executive Vice President and CEO Valpak Arthur Sackler Coalition for a 21st Century Postal Service Fredric Rolando President National Association of Letter Carriers
  • Financial State of the U.S. Postal Service, Panel 1 Part 2
    Witnesses testified on the U.S. Postal Service's fiscal year 2012 budget request and the overall financial state of the service. Panel II Jim Sampey Executive Vice President and CEO Valpak Arthur Sackler Coalition for a 21st Century Postal Service Fredric Rolando President National Association of Letter Carriers
  • Washington Journal Program 3/3/11
  • Washington Journal Program 3/4/11
    3/3/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Friday, March 4, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:05 On the Phone Phoner LAURA MECKLER (Photo ID avail) Wall Street Journal White House Correspondent wsj.com Topic: President Obama weighs in on negotiations to keep government running for remainder of this year, tapping Vice President Joe Biden to negotiate with Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill. 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 TOM McCLUSKY Family Research Council Action Senior Vice President frc.org Twitter: @TMcClusky Tom's blog (the FRC Action blog): http://www.thecloakroomblog.com/ Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will discuss how the Republican Party is dealing with and prioritizing social issues like abortion and same-sex marriage, while economic issues like jobs, taxes, the budget and government spending have been paramount in the majority of voters'? minds, especially following the 1998 global economic crisis and resulting recession. 8:30 Break B 8:30-9:00 SEN. DICK DURBIN D-Illinois, Assistant Majority Leader Appropriations Committee Member durbin.senate.gov Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will discuss Democratic leadership'?s strategy on spending levels for the remainder of this fiscal year as well as his work behind the scenes as part of the '?Gang of Six'? to negotiate a bipartisan proposal on the deficit. 9:00-9:05 On the Phone Phoner EMILY KAISER (KYE-zurr) Reuters (Photo ID Not Avail) Economics Correspondent reuters.com Topic: Guest will discuss the release of the February Jobs Report. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 IAN URBINA New York Times Investigative Correspondent nytimes.com Phones: D/R/I Topic: In a recent New York Times series, guest investigated the environmental and health risks of natural gas drilling. Despite being claimed as the solution to U.S. dependency on foreign oil, the toxic risks of natural gas drilling have begun to cause concern. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: STEVE SCULLYmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/5/11
    3/4/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Saturday, March 5, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 REA HEDERMAN (RAY HEAD-ur-man) (male) Heritage Foundation'?s Center for Data Analysis Assistant Director heritage.org Phones: D/R/I Topic: For the second time in two months there was a drop in unemployment figures (9 percent in January, 8.9 percent in February). Other figures indicate more jobs added over those two months as well. Guest will discuss his take on the figures, the economic forces behind the drop and his predictions on job growth this year. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: WJTOONS1 8:30-9:15 MICHAEL LeRoy (LAH-roy) Remote University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Labor, Industrial Relations, and Law Professor Locator: Urbana, Illinois University of Illinois Phones: D/R/I Topic: National Football League owners and the players union Thursday extended their negotiations for one day. The agreement was due to expire at 12:01 a.m. Friday night. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 MEGHAN McCARTHY National Journal Health Care Reporter nationaljournal.com Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest reports in this week'?s National Journal that the '?executive branch and state governors have been locked into a familiar dance over Medicaid, as states seek loopholes in federal regulations to jigger exactly who is enrolled and what services they get to reduce the cost of the program.'? 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: ROBB HARELSTONmoreless
  • Housing Market Economic Outlook
    3/4/11
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    Chief economists from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac talked about the impact of latest unemployment numbers and the broader U.S. economy the housing industry. A consultant discussed disparities in mortgage lending practices for minorities.
  • TARP's Impact on Financial Stability
    3/4/11
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    '¢ The Panel will hear expert testimony from the agencies who helped to coordinate the government's unprecedented response to the 2008 financial crisis, as well as from several of the nation's leading economists, who will offer their assessments of the TARP's impact on financial stability and the U.S. economy. '¢ This is the Panel'?s final hearing. '¢ By statute, the Congressional Oversight Panel will dissolve on April 3, 2011. '¢ The Panel will issue a final report on the TARP in mid-March. WHO: Members of the TARP Congressional Oversight Panel '¢ Senator Ted Kaufman (D-DE), Chairman '¢ J. Mark McWatters, Attorney and Certified Public Accountant '¢ Richard H. Neiman, Superintendent of Banks for the State of New York '¢ Damon Silvers, Policy Director and Special Counsel for the AFL-CIO '¢ Kenneth Troske, Professor of Economics at the University of Kentucky. Witnesses Panel One: Will update TARP impact from Treasury perspective '¢ Timothy Massad, Acting Assistant Secretary for Office of Financial Stability, U.S. Department of Treasury Panel Two: Will explain Regulators involvement in TARP to this point and going forward '¢ Jason Cave, Deputy Director for Complex Financial Institutions Monitoring, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation '¢ Patrick Lawler, Chief Economist and Head of the Office of Policy Analysis and Research, Federal Housing Finance Agency '¢ William R. Nelson, Deputy Director, Division of Monetary Affairs, Federal Reserve System Panel Three: Financial Crisis experts who will weigh in on TARP'?s success or failure '¢ Joseph E. Stiglitz, Nobel Laureate and University Professor, Columbia Business School, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Department of Economics) and the School of International and Public Affairs '¢ Allan H. Meltzer, Allan H. Meltzer Universitymoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/6/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Sunday, March 6, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: ELEMENTS: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 FRANK LUNTZ Author, '?Win: The Principles That Take Your Business From Ordinary to Extraordinary'? FRANK LUNTZ Republican Pollster luntzglobal.com Twitter: @FrankLuntz Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will discuss his new book '?Win: The Principles That Take Your Business From Ordinary to Extraordinary,'? what he describes as the 11 most powerful words and phrases for 2011, and which political party is winning the '?message wars'? heading into key budget talks to avert a government shutdown. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: WJTOONS2 8:30-9:15 RandI Weingarten (WINE-gar-ten) (female) Remote American Federation of Teachers President aft.org Twitter @rweingarten Locator: New York City Phones: D/R/I Topic: The impact of budget cuts on teachers, and how legislative effort to curtail unions'? bargaining powers affects teachers. AFT President Randi Weingarten has protested recent governors'?, legislators'?, and local officials'? actions that affect teachers and union members in Wisconsin, New Jersey, Indiana and Rhode Island and called the pink-slipping of all Providence, RI, teachers "the most wrongheaded thing I have seen in a season of wrongheaded actions against American workers." She has also been supportive though of finding a middle ground to reward teachers based on performance and to adjust teacher seniority protections in way that she once resisted. ELEMENTS 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 SHEILA KRUMHOLZ Center for Responsive Politics Executive Director opensecrets.org Twitter: @OpenSecretsDC Twitter: @skrmhlz Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will discuss who are the large groups and individuals are currently donating and spurring political movements and advertisements around the country. This will also include a look forward to the 2012 Election. 10moreless
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Saturday, March 5, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 REA HEDERMAN (RAY HEAD-ur-man) (male) Heritage Foundation'?s Center for Data Analysis Assistant Director heritage.org Phones: D/R/I Topic: For the second time in two months there was a drop in unemployment figures (9 percent in January, 8.9 percent in February). Other figures indicate more jobs added over those two months as well. Guest will discuss his take on the figures, the economic forces behind the drop and his predictions on job growth this year. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: WJTOONS1 8:30-9:15 MICHAEL LeRoy (LAH-roy) Remote University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Labor, Industrial Relations, and Law Professor Locator: Urbana, Illinois University of Illinois Phones: D/R/I Topic: National Football League owners and the players union Thursday extended their negotiations for one day. The agreement was due to expire at 12:01 a.m. Friday night. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 MEGHAN McCARTHY National Journal Health Care Reporter nationaljournal.com Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest reports in this week'?s National Journal that the '?executive branch and state governors have been locked into a familiar dance over Medicaid, as states seek loopholes in federal regulations to jigger exactly who is enrolled and what services they get to reduce the cost of the program.'? 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: ROBB HARELSTONmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/7/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Monday, March 7, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: ELEMENTS: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 JOSH KRAUSHAAR (KRAUSS-harr) Hotline Executive Editor nationaljournal.com/hotline Twitter: @hotlinejosh Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will discuss how Republican governors are challenging the White House on everything from health care, rejecting federal money for high-speed rail, and going after the Democratic Party's bedrock constituency'?unions. He will also discuss how all this is setting the stage for the 2012 president election. 8:30 Radio- Break B 8:30-9:15 MAGGIE GALLAGHER R/T National Organization for Marriage Board Chair nationformarriage.org Twitter: @nomtweets BRIAN MOULTON Human Rights Campaign Chief Legislative Counsel hrc.org Twitter: @hrc Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guests will discuss the effort by House Republicans to defend the law that forbids federal recognition of same-sex marriages '? the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The Obama administration said recently it would no longer defend the law in court. National Organization for Marriage'?s Maggie Gallagher is against same-sex marriage. Brian Moultrie of the Human Rights Campaign supports it. 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 PAT DALTON (female) Government Accounting Office Chief Operating Officer DL: Overlapping Federal Programs Phones: D/R/I Topic: A recent GAO report found that there are more than 100 programs dealing with surface transportation issues, 82 that monitor teacher quality, 80 for economic development, 56 for "financial literacy," 20 offices or programs devoted to homelessness and 17 grant programs for disaster preparedness. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: LIBBY CASEYmoreless
  • Book TV Pod Casts
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    Episode 20110308
    3/8/11
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    Prime Minister David Cameron answered questions from members of his party and the opposition.
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    Internet Regulations
    Episode 20110309
    3/9/11
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    The subcommittee met about H.J. Resolution 37. The rule is related to the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with respect to regulating the Internet and broadband industry practices. Witnesses Tom DeReggi, president, RapidDSL and Wireless Shane Mitchell Greenstein, professor, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University Anna-Maria Kovacs, Strategic Choices Consulting James Cicconi, senior executive vice president for external and legislative affairs, AT&T Robin Chase, CEO, Buzzcar S. Derek Turner, research director, Free Pressmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/9/11
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    7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:05-ish On the Phone Phoner HUMBERTO SANCHEZ Budget & Appropriations Reporter Topic: What'?s next in congressional efforts to fund the federal the government, following Senate votes on competing spending bills that were planned for Tuesday. There were some questions Tuesday whether a vote on the Republican bill would take place.'¦ And on the House side, Republican leaders are talking about another stopgap spending measure since negotiations on a FY2011 bill have stalled. House Republican Whip Kevin McCarthy said Republicans are talking about a new stopgap bill to fund the government for two to four weeks. The government is operating now on a stopgap bill that funds the government through March 18. 7:45-8:30 REP. BLAKE FARENTHOLD R-Texas, 27th District Corpus Christi, Brownsville Topic: Senate Tuesday was slated to vote on two continuing resolutions to keep the government funded. Senate Majority Leader Reid has called them '?test votes'? to determine where negotiators can find agreement and compromise on 2011 spending. One vote was on the House GOP proposal to cut an estimated $61 billion and the other proposal by Senate Democrats to cut around $5 billion. C-SPAN Radio's Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the program. 8:30-9:15 SEN. BERNIE SANDERS I-Vermont Budget Committee Member Topic: Senate Tuesday was slated to vote on two continuing resolutions to keep the government funded. Senate Majority Leader Reid has called them '?test votes'? to determine where negotiators can find agreement and compromise on 2011 spending. One vote was on the House GOP proposal to cut an estimated $61 billion and the other proposal by Senate Democrats to cut around $5 billion. C-SPAN Radio's Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the program. 9:30-9:40 2011 Student Cam Announcement Pam McGorry C-SPAN Education Programs Specialist 9:35-10:00 Matt Apuzzo _______ Associated Prmoreless
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Thursday, March 10, 2011 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:05-ish On the Phone Phoner DAVID HAWKINGS Congressional Quarterly Managing Editor Topic: What'?s next in the debate over bills that fund the federal government, after the Senate rejected two competing bills on Wednesday. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said no effort will succeed unless tax increases and cuts to entitle programs are developed. Senate Minority Leader House Republican Whip Kevin McCarthy said Republicans are talking about a new stopgap bill to fund the government for two to four weeks. The government is operating now on a stopgap bill that funds the government through March 18. 7:45-8:30 REP. SHEILA JACKSON LEE D-Texas Homeland Security Committee Member Topic: Her views on today'?s House Homeland Security Committee hearing on '?The Extent of Radicalization in the American Muslim Community and that Community's Response.'? The Committee'?s Democratic Ranking member, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) has asked Homeland Security Chairman Peter King (R-NY) to '?broaden the scope'? of his '?examination of ideological- based violence.'? C-SPAN Radio's Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the program. 8:30-9:15 REP. DOC HASTINGS R-Washington Natural Resources Committee Chairman Topic: What U.S. should do about rising gas and oil prices and whether it should tap the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Chairman Hastings plans a hearing next week (Thursday, March 17) exploring ways to develop U.S. energy resources and is expected eventually to propose expanded offshore drilling and more drilling on federal lands. He'?s strong critic of the Obama Administration on energy policy, saying it has opposed expanding energy production and imposed burdensome regulations. Rep. Hastings says tapping the SPR may provide some temporary relief but does not replace the oil the Administration has '?squandered dumoreless
  • National Flood Insurance Program, Industry Panel, Part 1
    Stephen Ellis, Vice President, Taxpayers for Common Sense Terry Sullivan, Sullivan Realty Spencer Houldin, President, Ericson Insurance Services Franklin Nutter, President, Reinsurance Association of America Sandra Parrillo, President and CEO, Providence Mutual Fire Insurance Company Donna Jallick, Vice President, Flood Operations, Harleysville Insurance Barry Rutenberrg, First Vice Chairman, National Association of Home Buildersmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/12/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Saturday, March 12, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:05 On the Phone Phoner ROGER ABRAMS (Photo ID NOT avail) Northeastern University Richardson Professor of Law Topic: Guest will discuss latest on negotiations between NFL owners and players. 7:15 On the Phone Phoner HAGIT LIMOR (Ha-GEET LIM-or) WCPO-TV, Cincinnati (Photo ID avail) Investigative Reporter Topic: Guest was in Tokyo, Japan during Friday'?s earthquake and tsunami. She traveled to Hiroshima last night, and joins us this morning with an update. 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 WILLIAM MILLAR (mih-LARR) American Public Transportation Association President apta.com Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will discuss the effect that rapidly rising gas prices are having on the nation'?s public transportation systems. The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is having its annual legislative conference next week starting on Monday, March 14, where public transit and business leaders will be lobbying Congress to pass a surface transportation bill. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: SATTOON 8:30-9:15 FRANK GAFFNEY Center for Security Policy President & CEO centerforsecuritypolicy.org Twitter: @frankgaffney Phones: D/R/I Topic: His views on how the United States should respond to the situation in Libya and the challenge that Libyans are mounting against Col. Moammar Gadhafi'?s (MOO'-ah-mar gah-DAH'-fee), rule. Our conversation will also include the pros and cons of U.S. military intervention in the region, what actions multi-national organizations like NATO and the UN should take in Libya. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 FRANCISCO NEGRON (neh-GRON rhymes with '?Don'?) National School Boards Association General Counsel nsba.org Phones: D/R/I Topic: Discuss federal laws that deal with the issue of bullying at schools. This week, the White House held a second forum looking at the topic. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Networkmoreless
  • National Flood Insurance Program, Industry Panel, Part 2
    Stephen Ellis, Vice President, Taxpayers for Common Sense Terry Sullivan, Sullivan Realty Spencer Houldin, President, Ericson Insurance Services Franklin Nutter, President, Reinsurance Association of America Sandra Parrillo, President and CEO, Providence Mutual Fire Insurance Company Donna Jallick, Vice President, Flood Operations, Harleysville Insurance Barry Rutenberrg, First Vice Chairman, National Association of Home Buildersmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/13/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Sunday, March 13, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 LAURA MECKLER R/T Wall Street Journal White House Correspondent wsj.com Twitter: @laurameckler Patricia Murphy Citizen Jane Politics Founder and Editor CitizenJanePolitics.com Twitter: @1patriciamurphy Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guests will discuss recent developments at the White House and in Congress, including the latest on the budget negotiations on the bill to fund the federal government through this September, and the bill for the next fiscal year; the situation in Libya and Obama Administration policy on the civil strife there, and the possibility of military intervention in that conflict; rising gas and energy prices; jobs and the economy; and other issues. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: SUNTOON 8:30-9:15 IAN VASQUEZ (VA-skehz like '?MASK'?-ehz) Cato Institute Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Director cato.org Phones: D/R/I Topic: On the heels of testimony from Secretary of State Clinton and Treasury Secretary Geithner making the case against cuts to foreign aid, guest will argue for spending cuts to the program 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 MICHAEL DOONAN Remote Brandeis University'?s Massachusetts Health Policy Forum, Executive Director masshealthpolicyforum.brandeis.edu Locator: Boston Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will offer an analysis of the successes and struggles of Massachusetts statewide health care coverage program (passed under Gov. Mitt Romney in 2006, started in 2008). Touted as a model for President Obama'?s Health Policy Law, the guest will discuss the amount of people covered under the law, the cost of the program for the Commonwealth and for those covered and the programs future. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: PAUL ORGELmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/15/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Tuesday, March 15, 2011 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones 7:20 On the Phone Phoner PETER FORD (Photo ID NOT avail) Christian Science Monitor Staff Writer csmonitor.com Topic: Update on the Japan earthquake and the status of the country'?s nuclear facility 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 REP. JAMES LANKFORD R-Oklahoma, 5th District Budget Committee Member lankford.house.gov Twitter: @replankford Topic: 2011 Federal Spending. Guest is a freshman member assigned to the Budget committee and will discuss spending cuts and the need to cut entitlements. He favors spending cuts and wants to cut unemployment insurance for people earning more than $1 million per year and will discuss riders. 8:30 Radio- Break B 8:30-9:15 REP. MARCY KAPTUR D-Ohio, 9th District Appropriations & Budget Cmtes. Member www.house.gov/kaptur Topic: The impact of continuing resolutions and short-term funding on the Defense Department, as well as spending choices facing the Defense Department. Note: Students from West Phoenix High School in Phoenix, Arizona, will also ask questions from C-SPAN'?s bus. The school is a public charter school. Cox Communications arranged the visit. JOSE A. GARCIA West Phoenix High School Senior OFELIA PINA (Oh-Feel-e-Ah) West Phoenix High School Freshman YESSENIA RIOS (Yes-en-e-Ah) West Phoenix High School Junior LUCERO MOLINA (LU-ser-oh Mo-lean-Ah) West Phoenix High School Senior ULISES MARQUEZ (You-less-see's (Like the President) Mark-ez) West Phoenix High School Senior THOMAS CARLSON West Phoenix High School Senior REYES ESPINOZA (Ray-ez Es-peen-oh-za) West Phoenix High School Senior LINDA FACIO (Fas-e-oh) West Phoenix High School Junior NOEMI BASTIDOS (No-em-iee Bas-te-dose) West Phoenix High School Senior ANAKAREN ALMODOVAR (Anna-care-en Ahm-oh-dOv-R) West Phoenix High School Senior MELANDRO DOBBS (Me-Land-RO) West Phoenix High School Senior JALISA CLARK (Ja-Liss-ah) West Phoenix High School Junior EDUARDO SEGURA (Sa-moreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/16/11
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    Representatives from the Defense Department, the Navy, and U.S. Pacific Command testified on the U.S. military'?s long-term readiness in facing challenges in the Pacific. The challenges include China'?s rapid military modernization and the military'?s capacity to respond to military or humanitarian operations in the Pacific while also engaged in sustained operations in Afghanistan.moreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/18/11
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  • British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne
    Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne reported on the budget.
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  • Habeas Corpus: From England to Empire
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  • Sens. Paul (R-KY) & Durbin (D-IL) on Libya
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    3/30/11
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    Panel One '¢ Greg Jaczko, chairman, Nuclear Regulatory Commission '¢ Pete Lyons, acting assistant secretary of Energy for nuclear energy Panel Two '¢ Ernest J. Moniz, professor of physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology '¢ William Levis, president and chief operating officer, PSEG Power '¢ David Lochbaum, director, Nuclear Safety Project, Union of Concerned Scientistsmoreless
  • Washington Journal Program 3/30/11
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    7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: Should Lawmakers Risk a Government Shutdown? 7:05 On the Phone Phoner ANNA PALMER (Photo ID avail) Roll Call Leadership Reporter rollcall.com Topic: Latest on budget negotiations to keep the government running through end of this fiscal year. 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:20 REP. ROB WOODALL R-Georgia Budget Committee Member woodall.house.gov Phones: D/R/I Topic: Today'?s symbolic House vote on the '?Prevention of a Government Shutdown Act'? and differences between Republicans and Democrats on developing a budget and spending cuts. Rep. Woodall is an original co-sponsor to the Government Shutdown Prevention Act. 8:30 Break B 8:20-9:00 DAVE BING Remote Mayor of Detroit (D) ci.detroitmi.gov Locator: Detroit Phones: D/R/I Topic: Impact of U.S. Economy on cities like Detroit, which has high unemployment and foreclosure rates combined with a declining population. 9:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: SUSAN SWAINmoreless
  • Implementation of 2010 Health Care Law
    4/1/11
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    Secretary Sebelius testifed on the status of implementation of the 2010 health care law.
  • Washington Journal Program 4/2/11
  • William Henry Harrison Biographical Vignette
    4/3/11
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    A biographical vignette on the life of the 3rd president of the U.S. William Henry Harrison. He served only 31 days before he died from pneumonia that developed from standing in the cold and rain at his inauguration.
  • Washington Journal Program 4/3/11
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    Washington Journal Summary - - Sunday, April 3, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: R/D/I Q: 7:45 Radio- Break A 7:45-8:30 KEVIN MADDEN R/T Republican Strategist Twitter: @KevinMaddenDC STEVE McMAHON Democratic Strategist Phones: R/D/I Topic: Roundtable discussion on the latest news and political developments, including the political ramifications of the latest federal budget negotiations and the stop-gap federal spending bill that is due to expire on April 8; the possibility of a federal government shutdown; the fiscal crises facing many state governments; the U.S. military action against Libya; the political standing & job performance of President Obama and Congress; the effect that recent crises abroad, including in Japan, will have on oil and energy prices and the global and U.S. economy, and other issues. 8:30 StudentCam Winner Break B # 29827603 TRT 04:50 '?Ouch!'? 8:30-9:15 LAWRENCE YUN (YOON, Goes by Lawrence) National Association of Realtors Chief Economist & Senior VP realtor.org Phones: R/D/I Topic: Discuss efforts by Congress to '?wind down'? both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This week, Senators McCain and Hatch unveiled a bill that would force the organizations to be free from federal funds in two years. This comes as a report released this week shows top executives at those organizations were paid a total of $17 million in 2009 and 2010. Guest can also discuss the current condition of the U.S. Housing Market in terms of the economy'?s overall strength as well as an effort by Realtors and other groups to ensure that the Mortgage Interest Deduction would remain in place. 9:15 Radio- Break C 9:15-10:00 STEPHEN FARRELL Remote New York Times Baghdad Correspondent nytimes.com Locator: New York City Phones: R/D/I Link to article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/23/world/africa/23times.html?_r=1 Topic: Reporter describes reporting from Libya in combat conditions and how he and three Nmoreless
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