President Obama's 'green-energy czar,' Van Jones, has resigned unexpectedly. For a closer look at the resignation and how this effects President Obama's favorability, we talk to Julie Mason. She covers the White House for the Washington Examiner.
To understand Glenn Beck's popularity, we speak to Michael Harrison, the publisher of Talkers Magazine, the leading trade publication for the talking-head set, along with Robert Thompson, professor of Television, Radio and Film at Syracuse University.
It is voting day across the country, but a surprising amount of national attention has been focused on a special election in New York's 23rd Congressional District. We talk to North Country Public Radio reporter Brian Mann, live from a polling station.
The 'Restoring Honor' rally held by Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin on the National Mall this weekend had our hosts remembering other moments when frustration towards the government led people to make a very public and angry outcry.
The Tea Party movement has billed itself as 'grassroots libertarian,' and has focused on government over-spending and attention to the Constitution in its rallies to date. How will religion play a role in the movement from here on out?