Comedian George Carlin is dead at 71. The Nation pays tribute to "America's most consistently savage social commentator."
Pete Seeger talks about music and activism with one of the country's most effective young grassroots leaders, Majora Carter.
The Nation's Christopher Hayes discusses the tone-deafness of the McCain campaign and the reemergence of Rudy Giuliani as a GOP attack dog.
CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan feels responsible for Americans not understanding what's going on in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Phil Donahue talks about his experience as a talk show host on MSNBC during the buildup to the invasion of Iraq.
McCain has received millions in donations from the same companies that helped the Bush administration create an energy plan that has helped raise gasoline to $4 a gallon.
In a remarkable, media-savvy protest, First Lieut. Ehren Watada has
refused orders to go to Iraq, claiming the war and the occupation
violate the Constitution, international law and Army regulations.
The War Tapes, a documentary shot by US soldiers and sanctioned by the military, may turn out to be the most powerful statement against the war to date.
What does it take to motivate young people to meaningful political action? This VideoNation report looks at how three protests drew three very different constituencies.