The Nation's Betsy Reed, Business Observer's Doug Henwood and other guests discuss whether Barack Obama can be a 'people's president'.
Legendary activist Tom Hayden talks with Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine, about the state of the fourth branch of government.
After his repeated attacks at Democrats and support for Republicans it's time for Lieberman to switch sides already.
A McCain tech aide claims his candidate doesn't need to use the internet to be aware of its impact. Right...
Comedy team The Public Service Administration exposes the mainstream media's not-so-subtle man crush on John McCain.
Barbara Ehrenreich discusses her new book, This Land is Their Land, and riffs on the 'New Inequality' with the king of deadpan.
It's not just the government and corporations who are tracking your cell and computer use: politicians on the campaign trail are some of the biggest data snoopers around.
How the world became a battlefield.
What if creating a more just world requires a radical reimagining of our political and economic system?
Chris Christie isn't the moderate Republican he would like the public to think he is, but rather a union-busting bully with the corporate agenda in mind.
As part of The Nation's mayoral candidate series, de Blasio gives his views on how to tackle economic inequality.
Repression after 9/11 is nothing compared to what's come before, and our tools to fight it are greater.