After Republicans spent their time during last week's hearings demanding apologies for the problems with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, Bill Moyers asked if it would be "fair to expect just a morsel of apology from the right as well?" I wouldn't be holding my breath for one any time soon.
A group of nuns led by Sister Simone Campbell is driving from the small towns of the Midwest to the urban centers of the East to protest the House Republican budget authored by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI). Yesterday, they brought their message to Ryan’s door, visiting the congressman’s office in his home town of Janesville, Wisconsin. There, Sister Simone spoke with members of Ryan’s staff and greeted supporters gathered outside.
Shortly after Jamie Dimon's appearance on Fox last month, PBS's Bill Moyers had former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and head of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board, Paul Volcker, whose namesake is
Interesting interview in which Eric Alterman points out that cultural liberalism is flourishing - but the idea of using the government to intercede in the economy on behalf of people who need protection is on the ropes. Via Raw Story: Writer
Here's Keith back in 2007 being interviewed by another person that I deeply regret is no longer on the air, Bill Moyers. Full transcript available here. I thought I'd share one portion of the transcript here where Keith talked about leaving MSNBC during the Monica Lewinsky scandal and whether he'd ever do it again.
From Bill Moyers final broadcast of the Journal following his interview with Jim Hightower. Bill's last guest on The Journal was author Barry Lopez.
From Bill Moyers Journal William K. Black on Fraud: On Thursday, April 22, President Barack Obama made the case for increased regulation of the finan
Sadly, Bill Moyers Journal is going off the air at the end of the month. This was one of Moyers' better segments to finish off his return to PBS after
Bill Moyers thinks we're aren't going to know what hit us with this recent Supreme Court ruling and our money in politics, and sadly I agree with him.
Bill Moyers reaired part of his interview with Howard Zinn from Dec. 11, 2009. Howard Zinn died at the age of 87 on January 27, 2010 "They're willin
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