Interviews with Politicians & Statesmen Changing the World in Major Ways
The Education Bubble
The US Department of Education's JULIE MARGETTA MORGAN examines the distinction between a college education and experience.
How Barney Frank Razed Morale on Capitol Hill
U.S. Congressman Barney Frank paces through 32 years on Capitol Hill and an illustrious career dedicated to the Gay Rights Movement.
New American Moment
Construction of the controversial Mexico—U.S. Barrier Wall has begun. Contributor DYLAN SMITH explores how DACA, Dreamers and Governor Brian Sandoval are informing the New American Moment.
A Modern Aristocrat
England's aristocracy has ruled & reigned since Medieval times. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS chats with the 8th Earl of Leicester about cycling into modernity.
The Fed's Reserve
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was a scholar of the Great Depression, but it was his extraordinary high school teacher who lived through and learned from it.
The Iron Lady
Margaret Thatcher polarised opinion, policy and people more than any other figure in modern political history. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS remembers the United Kingdom's Prime Minister and calulates her legacy to Britain and the world
The Kurdish Haggle
KRG's Agriculture Minister Jamal Fuad on the Oil-for-Food Program, Sustainability and Sovereignty.
The Impossible State
The White House Security Council's Victor Cha on National Ambitions, Personal Egos and Korea.
Denmark's Green Revolution
Denmark leads the Enviornmental Movement with Renewables and Trade Winds. Chatting with Danish Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard at Christiansborg Palace.
Governor says "People Before Politics" in Presidential Bid.
Why Governor Gary Johnson's Libertarian party may cast the deciding vote.
Catherine the Great
She was the longest-reigning female ruler of Russia. Contributor BRENDA WENSIL discovers how this legendary queen used the arts, science and education to create the Age of Enlightenment.
The Axis of Conservatism
He's the first conservative openly gay Member of Parliament. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS talks with the Secretary of State at Westminster about the cut and thrust of coalitions, and why strange bedfellows often create the best alliances.
Europe's Migrant Crisis
Secretary of State Andrew Mitchell on Europe's Immigration Crisis and the Axis of Evil.
State of the Union
As the 45th President prepares his maiden speech to the U.S. Congress, Contributor DYLAN SMITH checks in at Trump Tower to listen, learn and discover the true State of the Union.
The Impossible Country
North Korea's nuclear weapons pose an existential threat to the world. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS chats with presidential advisor Daniel Tudor about "The Impossible Country."
Edith Windsor took on the United States for slapping her with an estate tax when her spouse died! The Honorable Judge HEATHER FERGUSON examines why the Supreme Court decided to cowtow to Marriage Equality.
The Thucydides Trap
The best lens for clarifying the dynamics of the U.S-China relationship may be the Thucydides Trap. Contributor MICHELLE SHAIL examines the structural stress that occurs when a rising power threatens to displace a ruling nation.
Ship of State
The Founding Fathers foresaw and planned for Donald Trump's America.
The American Dream
Success is the national ethos of the United States. The Honorable Judge HEATHER FERGUSON says our founding fathers would be confounded by economic properity at the expense of social equality.
America was never intended to be a democracy. The Honorable Judge HEATHER FERGUSON examines the republic we were always meant to be.
The Measure of a Man
He was the first black male to win an Academy Award. Contributor JOEL MCPHEE chats with Sir Sidney Poitier about being an actor, ambassador and activist in "The Measure of a Man."
Queen Anne: The Politics of Passion
She consolidated England & Scotland to create Great Britain. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS visits Lady Anne Somerset in London to discuss the movie, memoir, and academy award blitz surrounding "Queen Anne: The Politics of Passion."
The Real Downton Abbey
The 8th Countess of Carnarvon recounts how the chatelaines of Highclere rescued, liberated and saved the castle. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS chats with Lady Fiona Carnarvon about "The Real Downton Abbey."
A Magnificent Catastrophe
Pulitzer Prize winning author Edward Larson compares the first presidential race to the last, and tells DYLAN SMITH why dirty tricks and a 2-party system are the crux of a democracy in "A Magnificent Catastrophe."
Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" ignited the Revolutionary War. The Honorable Judge HEATHER FERGUSON explores whether it can save us from avarice and ambition?
Jennie Churchill: Winston's American Mother
The "Greatest Briton of All Time" was actually raised by an American. Contributor BRENDA WENSIL chats with Anne Sebba in London about the British Prime Minister's international advantage in "Jennie Churchill: Winston's American Mother."
Political Challengers Who're Reshuffling the World in Major Ways
A Man For All Seasons
Candidate JAMES RECORD is running for Mayor of Lake Park North Carolina. A Village, he says, designed to accomodate all people and seasons.
The Center Street
The U.S. Senate has passed a historic $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill. Councilman JAMES RECORD is running for Mayor of Lake Park North Carolina and recalls how Public Works played out on Center Street.