Episode Guide

Season 16

Episode #1628

Candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton present their big plans to help Americans in need.

Episode #1627

Sexual discrimination in the corporate world and the recent rise in hate crimes are discussed.

Episode #1626

A women's antiwar group is taking steps to bring an end to the war in Iraq. Will Congress listen?

Episode #1625

Episode #1624

The Bush Administration says no federal healthcare insurance for middle class children.

Episode #1623

Women's representation in state and national politics may dwindle in the 2008 elections.

Episode #1622

The United States sees demographic shifts as minorities move to the suburbs.

Episode #1621

Can Democrats win the White House in 2008 if they go too left on gay rights & too right on abortion?

Episode #1620

Will returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan come home to a nation more willing to help?

Episode #1619

Topics include a discussion of whether school should be year-round & sexism in the Anglican Church.

Episode #1618

A former Surgeon General charges the Bush White House of weakening health reports to push an agenda.

Episode #1617

Will Global Warming be a defining movement for today's generation?

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