Archives: Politics

Presidential Politics/Gay Boy Scout Leader is Forced to Resign

So, it’s Obama versus Romney. What can we expect in the coming months before the Presidential election? NPR’s Political Junkie Ken Rudin will talk politics. Then, one lesbian Ohio mother was recently ousted from her position as den leader from a Tiger Scouts chapter because of her sexual orientation.

Ohio Primary Politics/Super Tuesday

It’s still primary season, and it’s time for Ohio to take its turn along with many other states on Super Tuesday. Who are the candidates? What are the issues? On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about Ohio’s primary politics.

Human Rights in South Africa

Albie Sachs’ life is the stuff of legends. In fact, his book, “The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs,” was adapted into a play, produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Today we’ll talk to the civil rights lawyer, political prisoner, and drafter of South Africa’s Bill of Rights about human rights in South Africa.

Civility In A Difficult Economy

You know something isn’t right when a member of Congress heckles the President during a joint session of Congress… In this hour of All Sides, we’ll be talking about civility in democracy.

Ken Rudin, NPR’s Political Junkie, Talks Politics

Join us on this hour of All Sides to talk with NPR “Political Junkie” Ken Rudin about the latest stories in politics.

Human Rights in South Africa

Albie Sachs’ life is the stuff of legends. In fact, his book, The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs, was adapted into a play, produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Today we’ll talk to the civil rights lawyer, political prisoner, and drafter of South Africa’s Bill of Rights about human rights in South Africa.

Political Correctness Run Amuck?

Today, we’ll talk with Juan Williams about what he sees as the downfall of civil political conversation and honest debate.

Congressman Pat Tiberi/ Libya Endgame & The Future of Syria

First, on “All Sides,” a conversation with Congressman Pat Tiberi. Then, what’s going on with Libya… and how could this potentially effect Syria next?

Ken Rudin, NPR Political Junkie, Talks Politics

There’s so much going on in the nation, from national debt ceiling negotiations, the retirement of Robert Gates, the reverbs from Ohio abortion legislation, Libya, Afghanistan and MORE, that we needed a show with Ken Rudin, NPR’s Political Junkie.

Ken Rudin, NPR’s Political Junkie, Talks Politics

What’s going on in Washington? Will the deficit limit be raised? Get a much clearer picture of the political climate this hour on All Sides with NPR Political Editor Ken Rudin.