question of the day

What are you thoughts on the proposed minimum wage increase?

What do you make of the political relationship between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Governor Andrew Cuomo?

What do you think of the proposed immigration reform?

Yesterday in his second inaugural address, President Obama emphasized some of his priorities.

What are your hopes for President Obama's second term?

In the wake of Lance Armstrong’s mea culpa that he took performance enhancing drugs – and the recent Baseball Hall of Fame vote (where NOBODY got in) – we ask you: Does it matter to you if athletes use performance enhancing drugs?

What does happiness - being happy - mean to you? How do you define it?

What are you expectations for Vice President Biden's gun policy recommendations? 

Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger held a press conference this weekend to dismiss suggestions that violent movies and video games are to blame for gun massacres such as the recent killing of 20 children in Connecticut.

What do you think?

The House of Representatives late Tuesday easily approved emergency bipartisan legislation sparing all but a sliver of America’s richest from sharp income tax hikes -- while setting up another “fiscal cliff” confrontation in a matter of weeks.

Lawmakers voted 257-167 to send the compromise to President Barack Obama to sign into law. Eighty-five Republicans and 172 Democrats backed the bill, which passed in the Senate by an 89-8 margin. Opposition comprised 151 Republicans and 16 Democrats.

What was the best or worst holiday gift you received this season?

This conversation will continue on Vox Pop at 2pm today.

Today we'll speak with Jacob Tomsky about his book, Heads in Beds: A Reckless Memoir of Hotels, Hustles, and So-Called Hospitality.

What is your worst (or most interesting) hotel experience?

A new study has found that three dozen private-college presidents earned over $1 Million in 2010.  (NY Times article here.)

How much is too much when it comes to that position?

Are you satisfied with current gun control laws?

Do you think the "fiscal cliff" is avoidable?

Today is Cyber Monday.

Did you take advantage of Black Friday sales? Cyber Monday deals? Both? Neither?

Why or why not?

What are you thankful for?

What is your favorite album?

Steven Spielberg directs two-time Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis in “Lincoln,” a drama that focuses on the 16th President’s tumultuous final months in office. The movie opens nationwide on Friday and we will focus on Lincoln – the man and the movie on today’s Roundtable. Our Question of the Day: What do you take from the legacy of Abraham Lincoln?

Do American civilians fully appreciate and recognize the cost of war?

Since all the public opinion polls and experts are predicting a close race between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney Tuesday, we though our question of the day would put you on the spot and ask – Who do you predict is going to win the Presidential Election?

We are not asking who should, or who you want – just who you think is going to win.

What is the legacy of Senator George McGovern?

How would you create more jobs in our region?

What are your reactions to last night's Presidential Debate?

What do you hope to hear at tonight's town-hall style Presidential debate?

How important is the issue of health care to you in this year's Presidential Election?

What do you make of the tone of the Democratic National Convention so far?

The National Organization of Women and the good-government group Common Cause formally asked the state Joint Commission on Public Ethics to look into the circumstances surrounding Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s handling of sexual harassment allegations against Assemblyman Vito Lopez, and Silver's decision to quietly settle an earlier complaint against the Brooklyn Democrat with a $103,000 payment. Do you support such an investigation?

Education officials in Springfield, Massachusetts have announced that – starting September 1st - public schools in the city will provide condoms to students as young as 12. It’s part of an effort to fight high rates of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases in the city. Is this a good idea?

How do you lose weight and keep it off?

This year, Congress directed the Federal Aviation Authority to open up this country’s civilian air space to drones by 2015. There are already some 300 federal permits to fly them. This has brought up immediate concerns by privacy advocates. A trade group of drone manufacturers and operators has released a voluntary code of conduct for domestic drone missions. But is it enough? Are you comfortable with unmanned aerial drones flying over your neighborhood?

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