The year is almost over, and it’s certainly been an eventful one.
We’ve seen a new president, some huge bank bailouts, a dramatic election
season and we’re closer than we’ve ever been to national health care
reform-whether that’s a good thing or not.

It’s also about to be 2010 and the end of a decade that Time magazine
suggested might’ve been the worst ever. Hyperbole? We’ll discuss the
year that was and the decade that was with a roundtable of our favorite
guests, including Katrina vanden Heuvel of <a
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, Mark Green of target=”_blank”>Air America, Danny Schechter of <a
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Dissector, Max Blumenthal, author of <a
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Wattleton of the target=”_blank”>Center for the Advancement of Women, and <a
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News Sunday Morning.

We’ll also have an interview with Robert Greenwald of Brave New Films
on progressive organizing through media. We’ll be live right here for a
full hour, starting at 12:30 EST. Hope you’ll join us!

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