The Roundtable

The Roundtable
2:52 pm
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's Robert Simmons 9/29/03

Albany, NY – Connecticut's Rob Simmons is back in the Congressional Corner today to talk about war time spending, paying down the national debt and taxes. Robert compares spending from World War Two and The Cold War to what is being invested in Iraq and on fighting terrorism today.

The Roundtable
1:44 pm
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's Robert Simmons 9/30/03

Albany, NY – Robert Simmons, representing Connecticut's second district, returns to the Congressional Corner to examine the roll of the UN in rebuilding Iraq. Today in this final conversation, he and Alan take a look at the history, success and failures of the United Nations.

The Roundtable
1:08 pm
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with NH's Charles Bass 9/19/03

Albany, NY – Before returning to his work for the Granite State, Charles Bass spends one last day in the Congressional Corner. Media ownership is on the table today. Alan and Charles discuss the recent move by the Senate to block the FCC regulations that were passed in June of this year.

The Roundtable
12:38 pm
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with VT's Bernard Sanders 9/11/03

Albany, NY – Vermont's Independent Bernard Sanders is back in the Congressional Corner today to discuss the Patriot Act and civil liberties since the events of September 11th. He and Alan take a look at parts of the Patriot Act that members of the House - from both sides of the isle - are opposed to, and what they've been doing about it

The Roundtable
12:21 pm
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's Nancy Johnson 9/23/03

Albany, NY – Nancy Johnson is back in the Congressional Corner with our own David Galletly. Today they discuss two projects that Nancy has been working on. David asks about the Medicare Conference and the resulting bill that will be presented to the President this year and then we hear about how we can expect the Upper Housatonic Valley to be designated as a National Heritage Area.

The Roundtable
12:09 pm
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with VT's Bernard Sanders 9/15/03

Albany, NY – Last week in the NY Times there was a full page advertizement opposing what is called The Sanders Amendment, dealing with pension plans, to a Treasury Appropriations Bill. The amendment's author, Bernie Sanders joins Alan in the Congressional Corner today to talk about the pension plans of American workers, his amendment and the opposition he faces.

The Roundtable
11:10 am
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's John Larson 10/02/03

Albany, NY – Connecticut's John Larson and Alan pick up where they left off yesterday in their discussion about the work that needs to be done in Iraq and the American companies that have been awarded contracts to rebuild there. Alan opens by asking John if it's possible that the administration's "go it alone mentality" had to do with securing contracts for American companies.

The Roundtable
11:09 am
Thu October 30, 2003

Conressional Corner with CT's John Larson 10/06/03

Albany, NY – John Larson joins Alan for one more discussion in the Congressional Corner and today they tackle a domestic issue - the National Do Not Call List. Some 51 million Americans have signed up for the National Do Not Call List and the FCC has already been receiving a steady stream of complaints about violations. John and Alan discuss the right to privacy, the right to free speech and the issue that might be next - SPAM in our email.

The Roundtable
10:40 am
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's Robert Simmons 9/26/03

Albany, NY – Robert Simmons of Connecticut joins Alan in the Congressional Corner today to talk about terrorism and the Patriot Act. Alan asks Richard to comment on the investigation of a Muslim chaplain and an Arabic translator on suspicion of possible espionage at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

The Roundtable
10:06 am
Thu October 30, 2003

Congressional Corner with VT's Bernard Sanders 9/16/03

Albany, NY – For the first time since the Watergate hearings in 1974 the US Supreme Court interrupted their summer recess, this time to hear arguments regarding eht Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act. Bernard Sanders and Alan take some time in the Congressional Corner today to talk about campaign finance and soft money before returning to the topic of the Sanders pension plan amendment to a Treasury Appropriations bill.

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