Thursday’s headlines… Iraqis secure their own cities, Franken wins in Minnesota, Dow drops amd more.
Archives for June 2009
Ward Connerly says firefighters ruling was too narrow, calls NAACP criticism ‘nonsense’.
NAACP says Supreme Court got discrimination decision wrong, sees erosion of affirmative action.
Florida Rep. Tom Rooney discusses the security handover in Iraq and political games with war funding. Are the Iraqis ready for this responsibility? How is that determination made? And what games is Congress playing with America’s war funding? Listen here for the answers and sound off!
Mideast expert Walid Phares says Iran and the media will have a great impact on success of Iraqi security.
Civil rights legend Roy Innis explains his support for Monday’s court decision on discrimination.
Retired Navy Capt. Chuck Nash explains why U.S. is optimistic as our troops pull out of Iraqi cities.
The premise behind the Democratic “Cap and Trade” bill is a push toward renewable energies that will create millions of new jobs while combatting global destructive climate change. But is any of that true? Will millions of jobs be added, or will millions actually be lost because of new restrictions on industry? Why are the Republicans right when they say this plan will inevitably crank up your energy bills? And why will all of this have absolutely no impact whatsoever on the earth’s climate? We get answers from Dr. Tim Ball, former professor of climatology at the University of Winnepeg. Listen to the interview and sound off! Is Dr. Ball correct that this will be an economic horror show with no environmental benefit, or is this just a political distraction from badly needed energy reform?
After more than 14 years on the air, Dateline: Washington is moving entirely to an online news format. So what will be different and what will be the same in our news reporting? How and where can you you still listen to our news and feature interviews? And what are Greg’s reflections as the broadcast chapter of Dateline comes to a close?
Friday’s news… House energy debate, Obama on Iran and Jackson, Cronkite update, Dow lower.