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PBS's NOW: How does a democracy decide to wage war? At 8:30 pm (check local listings) on Friday, December 7 - the very day Pearl Harbor was attacked Read more...
NOW takes a look at the FBI case against the "Corrupt Bastards Club," where cash and favors flowed between an Alaska-based oil services company and a Read more...
I truly don't think the man is capable of a single honest thought or statement. But this is so transparently dishonest that it's laughable. Who does t Read more...
PBS Nova: "Judgment Day- Intelligent Design on Trial" takes an in depth look at Kitzmiller v. Dover School District, the case that tore apart the com Read more...
[media id=3255] [media id=3256] (h/t Heather) Bill Moyers look at the FCC head Kevin Martin's full tilt toward media consolidation: On November 2, Read more...

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[media id=3134] [media id=3135] On Tuesday PBS Frontline: "Extraordinary Rendition" explored Bush's use of the CIA to kidnap persons from sovereign Read more...
[media id=3111] [media id=3112] (h/t Bill W.) Mort Zuckerman from U.S. News and World Report doesn't have a lot of faith in the strength of our eco Read more...
(guest blogged by Bill W.) [media id=3093] [media id=3094] Four years ago, without public input, the FCC rolled back 30 yr old rules that limited Read more...
(Guest Blogged by Bill W.) [media id=2998] [media id=2999] BILL MOYERS: Remember "The Lives of Others" - the movie that won this year's Academy Aw Read more...
(guest blogged by Bill W.) [media id=2994] [media id=2995] John McLaughlin takes a look at the cover story in this week's Newsweek, "The Most Dan Read more...