A panel discussion on progressive change in the Obama era,
with Eli Pariser, William Greider, Patricia Williams and Lawrence Korb.
For the sake of the country, his presidency and peace in South Asia, Obama should take the US-led military escalation in Afghanistan off the table.
At almost every level, his choices of people and policy have been calibrated to appease the establishment.
The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel and right wing radio host Laura Ingraham debate the impact of Daschle on Obama's agenda.
He has significantly pivoted US policy on torture. But where the president stands on warrantless wiretapping should give progressives some cause for concern.
Why do people like Larry Summers, Tim Geithner and Gary Gensler keep getting the Obama administration's plum jobs?
When the government is organizing a movement to back the government in the name of progressive politics, something is seriously awry.
Obama can ensure his recovery plan is untainted by corruption and waste by mandating controls that track where money flows and evaluate results.
The Bush era is coming to an end. But is it a new era of progressive government? The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel and others discuss the possibilities.
Warning sign one: Obama plans a "fiscal responsibility summit." Warning sign two: entitlements are on the table.