47Feb 5, 2003
Corporate and Political Corruption
Ms. Huffington talked about corporate and political greed and corruption. She responded to questions from Mr. Milewski and the audience.
Ms. Huffington is the author ...
51Jan 30, 2003
Book Discussion on Pigs at the Trough
Ms. Huffington talked about her book Pigs at the Trough: How Corporate Greed and Political Corruption Are Undermining America, published by Crown Publishing. The book is an ...
1,476Jan 29, 2003
Funniest Celebrity in Washington Contest
This annual charity event featured comedy routines by Washington notables Senator Tom Daschle, former Secretary Dan Glickman, Cal Thomas, P.J. O’Rourke, Arianna Huffington, Judlyne Lilly, ...
22Apr 28, 2002
Ms. Huffington talked about her book How to Overthrow the Government. She responded to audience telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail.
108Apr 28, 2002
The Abuse of Power: Then and Now
Arianna Huffington talked about her book, How to Overthrow the Government. John W. Dean talked about his book, The Rehnquist Choice. Oliver Stone commented on the book, Oliver ...
15Apr 24, 2002
Democracy and Debate in Time of Crisis
The guests discussed the effects of September 11 on American political debate. They also responded to questions from students in the audience. Ms. Huffington participated by video ...
120Apr 29, 2001
Hanging Chads and Butterfly Ballots
Mr. Brownstein moderated a panel discussion called “Hanging Chads and Butterfly Ballots: Rethinking Florida” on putting the 2000 presidential election in social, political, and ...
77Dec 13, 2000
Funniest Celebrity in Washington
In an annual charity event, various Washington celebrities did a stand-up comedy routine to raise money for the Johns Hopkins Childrens' Hospital. The recent contested election figured ...
52Sep 15, 2000
The Drug War: The Cycle of Disparity
The 30th annual CBC legislative conference was titled, “Judiciary Brain Trust: Two Million Incarcerated: Justice for a Community Under Siege.” Panelists discussed issues such as ...
93Aug 1, 2000
Failed War on Drugs
The featured speakers, Governor Johnson and the Reverend Jackson, spoke about the failed
war on drugs as well as the issue of diversity and inclusiveness. Others provided
138Jul 30, 2000
“Unconventional” politicians and commentators gathered to discuss and debate the issues as
an alternative to the scripted major party events. Senator McCain emphasized the ...
58Jun 20, 2000
Poverty in America
Panelists discussed the release of the annual Kids Count report. The report detailed the status of poverty in America and how it affects children and families across the ...
14Apr 29, 2000
Open Phones: Book Festival
Ms. Huffington responded to viewer comments and questions from the Los Angles Times book festival.
170Apr 29, 2000
America's Changing Political Culture
Authors spoke about the changing nature of American political culture and particularly about how social issues, from abortion to human rights concerns, affect political allegiances among the ...
30Feb 16, 2000
In a spirited discussion of the 2000 presidential campaign, participants addressed a variety of issues including campaign financing, the role that South Carolina’s flying of the confederate ...
346Feb 2, 2000
Book Discussion on How to Overthrow the Government
Ms. Huffington talked about her book, How to Overthrow the Government, published by Regan Books. The political commentator contended that the American democratic system has broken ...
72Nov 10, 1999
Feminism, Power, and Happiness
Panelists discussed the women’s movement and their gains in politics and the workforce. They debated that while women have achieved equality their happiness has suffered in other ...
18Sep 1, 1999
Ms. Huffington talked about current events and newspaper headlines, and took audience calls, faxes, and electronic mail.
33Apr 30, 1999
Pornography of Power
Panelists discussed the fate of political discourse after the Monica Lewinsky scandal. They analyzed recent trends in politics and in news coverage.
26Aug 15, 1998
National Convention Banquet
Several speakers discussed the divisions in the Republican Party over the issues of morality, homosexuality, and inclusiveness, advocating greater tolerance of gays, lesbians and ...
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