1/26/10: In preparation for President Obama’s first State of the Union address, General Wesley Clark discusses the state of national security and answers CitizenTube users’ questions on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Questions from users: “Can the war on terror really be won? Is there any historical evidence to suggest it can?” -Donnie, New [...]
1/26/10: In preparation for President Obama’s first State of the Union address, NASA climatologist James Hansen discusses United States energy usage and answers CitizenTube users’ questions cap and trade. Questions from users: “Is a third party needed to make real environmental change?” -Archie, Wyoming “How is taxing CO2 emissions going to help the environment? -Angry [...]
1/26/10: In preparation for President Obama’s first State of the Union address, NEWSWEEK International Editor Fareed Zakaria discusses the problems facing US high schools and middle schools and answers CitizenTube users’ questions on controlling education costs. Questions from users: “What do you think about having general religious classes in middle school and high school?” -Eric [...]
1/26/10: In preparation for President Obama’s first State of the Union address, economist Nouriel Roubini gives his perspective of what economic challenges we’ll face this year and answers CitizenTube users’ questions on the financial crisis Questions from users: “The biggest problem facing America today is that the people in Washington making economic decisions pay absolutely [...]
Free Press Research Director Derek Turner takes on one of the industry’s main myths about Net Neutrality: that it will stifle broadband buildout. Not true, as we’ve proven again and again. www.savetheinternet.com
US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s major policy speech on Internet freedom at the Newseum in Washington, DC on January 21, 2010. Clinton spoke of the importance of an Internet where information flows freely across international borders and where everyone has the freedom of expression and a chance at economic success.
An analysis of President Obamas first 12 months in office. Watch the stock market, unemployment, and Obamas approval rating change as he governs.
Ted Olson, a lifelong Republican who argued Bush v. Gore before the Supreme Court (and won), explains why same-sex marriage is an American value.
Thousands of people told the FCC they want a strong Net Neutrality rule. Let’s keep the pressure on. Join 2 Million Strong for Net Neutrality.
Harvard as an institution has always been peculiar when it comes to religion.
The former OC star returns to the small screen when TNT airs episodes from the once-canceled police drama Southland beginning January 12.
File a comment in support of Net Neutrality by Jan. 14. Stop the corporate takeover of the Internet. Tell the FCC you want an Internet that allows you to go anywhere you want, whenever you want to. And then tell everyone you know to do the same. www.savetheinternet.com Attribution: Clock photo from Flickr Creative Commons: [...]