August 24, 2012 – August 30, 2012
|The Nation’s Ari Berman and The Heritage Foundation’s Mike Gonzalez join us to preview the upcoming Republican and Democratic conventions.
We continue our look at the state of education in America with the latest installment of our series, Too Important to Fail: A Day in the Life of… by spending a day with principal Ronald Whitmore from Smyth Magnet School in Chicago.
Economist Richard Wolff explains why capitalism isn’t working and the importance of the Occupy movement in his new book, Occupy the Economy: Challenging Capitalism.
Sports commentator George Johnson is here to update us on the world of sports with his 3-minute sports drill.
Four-time Grammy-winning gospel singer Israel Houghton and New Breed share their first live CD in five years, called “Jesus at the Center”.