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Thursday, April 17, 2008

  • ABC News Coming Under Criticism for Focus of Obama, Clinton Debate

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    ABC News is coming under intense criticism for its handling of Wednesday’s Democratic debate in Pennsylvania. During the first forty-five minutes of the debate, the moderators focused on Senator Barack Obama’s comments that some voters in Pennsylvania were bitter, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright controversy, Senator Hillary Clinton’s Bosnia "sniper fire" story, flag pins and the Weather Underground, before later turning to the issues. We play highlights of the debate. [includes rush transcript]

  • Nader’s Running Mate Matt Gonzalez on the Dems, the War and the Strategy for November

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    We speak with independent vice-presidential candidate, Matt Gonzalez, who is running on Ralph Nader’s ticket in November. Gonzalez is a San Francisco-based attorney and the former president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. In 2003, he ran for mayor of San Francisco on the Green Party ticket but lost in a close race to Democrat Gavin Newsom. [includes rush transcript]

  • Law Professor Lawrence Lessig on Net Neutrality, the Rise of Google and His "Change Congress" Project to Take on Corruption in Washington

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    Renowned Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig is one of the world’s leading figures in the field of cyberlaw. He joins us for a conversation about today’s FCC hearing on net neutrality; Creative Commons; the rise of Google and its efforts to influence public policy; and Change Congress, his most recent project to take on corruption in Washington. [includes rush transcript]

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