SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.25.07 – Groff/Ellison in the ASCENT Chamber discuss Dems Subpoena of Bush Officials on Gonzales Firings; House’s Vote on Iraq deadline; DC Voting Rights Delay; New Segment – Sunday Quick Takes: Edwards Family announcement, Over/Under – How long will Gonzales last; Matter Rate – How important was it that the Anti-Hillary YouTube ad was done by Obama operative?
SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.25.07 – D.L. Chandler, CAAP Senior Fellow, in the ASCENT Chamber to discuss what's going up, down, right and wrong in Baltimore, as well as the impact of gentrification, upstart demographic shifts and misplaced agendas.
SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.20.07 – Dr. Rickie Keys, CAAP Senior Fellow, discusses high-risk lending and consequences in the market. What's in store for cash-strapped and credit-strangled families in the future? Why isn't there a national housing policy? What is Congress doing about it and what are the politics behind recent downturns in the stock market?
SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.11.07 – Groff/Ellison & Robinson in the ASCENT Chamber discuss how much the Libby conviction really impacts the Bush Administration & what Democrats can, will or won’t do; what’s happening with Gov. Deval Patrick (D-MA) as he’s embattled with ethical lapses and personal turmoil his first 9 weeks in office; and jumping on the slavery apology bandwagon – what do official state-sanctioned apologies for past mistreatment of African Americans really mean?
SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.11.07 – Maryland General Assembly House Delegate Michael Vaughn (D-PG-24) discusses his recent bill before the Maryland state legislature to apologize for slavery and how it will shape public policy impacting African Americans in that state.
SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.11.07 – Prof. Melinda Chateuvert, Univ. of Maryland African American Studies, discusses the impact of state-issued slavery apologies & their importance, the public policy ramifications & what they really mean.
SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.11.07 – Carol Darr, Director of the Institute for Politics Democracy & the Internet, discusses the intersection between Internet and politics, the influence of “Online Political Citizens” and what this means for the future.
SUNDAY NITE TALK, 3.4.07 – Groff, Ellison & Robinson all in the ASCENT Chamber discuss straw polling at the CPAC conference and what it means for the GOP Presidential nomination – it’s not about whose the most conservative, but who looks like the right candidate; Symbolism, sexism, subtle paternalism and how the Clinton/Obama clash completely overshadowed the meaning of Selma on its 42nd Anniversary; Walter Reed as the new political flavor of the month & the Congressional oversight that never was but now appears.