Throughout US history, the paths to reform have been paved with obstacles. California is seen as the leader in climate change strategies, but is California’s policy the right path forward?
Tag: 2012 election
Featuring CCLP Senior Fellow Narda Zacchino, who is currently working on a book about California that focuses on the oft-made comparisons between California and Texas. Joining her will be Annenberg Professor and Truthdig Editor Robert Scheer.
California led the nation in foreclosures this July, with over 56,000 homes going into foreclosure. While this number is down 16% from last year, it remains high. In fact, filings in the state of California represented over 25% of new filings.
A conversation with Morley Winograd and Mike Hais, co-authors of the new book Millennial Momentum: How a new generation is remaking America. Professor Geoffrey Cowan moderates the discussion.
Voters are unhappy about the economy and Barack Obama is taking the brunt of it. But Americans don’t have much faith in the Republicans to make things better either. Who can emerge from the GOP primary to take on Obama?