This week, our analysts debate the effectiveness of affirmative action, the impacts of the Internet on democracy, the morality of animal testing, and whether or not to force students to wear uniforms in school.
Our panelists discuss President Obama’s recent trip to Israel, CPAC and the future of the Republican Party, U.S. involvement in Afghanistan, and local impacts of the New York SAFE Act.
Nobel Peace Price winners urge President Obama to regulate the arms trade. Our contributors weigh in. Plus, Hugo Chavez dies and we discuss impacts.
The sequester takes affect and our team of experts talks about short-term impacts. Plus, the Supreme Court prepares to rule on Prop 8. We have an interview with a gay rights activist. And, our panel debates whether the U.S. should send aid to Syrian rebels.
“Democracy Now” host Juan Gonzalez sits down with Stephen Burke for an exclusive interview. Then, our panel debates immigration policy, the looming sequester, and the issues surrounding the UK credit downgrade.
Our Analysts tackle the State of the Union Address, looking at Obama’s plans to raise minimum wage, withdraw troops from Afghanistan and make immigration reforms.
As hurricane Sandy hits Ithaca, our contributors discuss the upcoming election, genetically modified food, giving prisoners in UK the right to vote, as well as economic assistance to third world countries.