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Join author, activist and commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and voices from across the ideological spectrum.

NYT columnist Frank Bruni discusses his book, The Age of Grievance, about the culture of victimhood
Jonathan Haidt explores how social media led to Gen Z's mental health crisis.
Margaret Hoover moderates a forum at Hofstra U. on whether the Electoral College should be
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Margaret Hoover moderates a forum at Hofstra U. on whether the Electoral College should be abolished
Jonathan Haidt explores how social media led to Gen Z's mental health crisis.
George Conway defends the merits of the New York hush money case against Trump as the verdict nears.
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Journalist Fareed Zakaria urges Biden to change his policies on the border and on Israel.
NYT columnist Frank Bruni discusses his book, The Age of Grievance, about the culture of victimhood
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer discusses the Arizona indictment of Trump allies.
Melissa Murray discusses Donald Trump’s first criminal trial in Manhattan.
Coleman Hughes, author of “The End of Race Politics,” argues for a colorblind America.
Futurist and author Ari Wallach discusses his PBS series “A Brief History of the Future."
Jonathan Haidt explores how social media led to Gen Z's mental health crisis.
Margaret Hoover moderates a forum at Hofstra U. on whether the Electoral College should be
At Hofstra University, Margaret Hoover leads a forum with two conservatives on the impact
Tim Alberta discusses his book exploring evangelical Christians' loyalty to Donald Trump.
Tony Gonzales discusses the influx of migrants and his policy ideas addressing the crisis.
Actor Liev Schreiber discusses the urgent need for humanitarian aid in Ukraine.
Jared Cohen discusses “Life After Power,” his new book about post-presidential role.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Sheila Johnson discusses her memoir “Walk Through Fire”.
Ret. Gen. David Petraeus discusses the response to the Iran-backed militia's drone strike.
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New Hampshire GOP Gov. Chris Sununu explains why he supports Nikki Haley for president.
Tony Gonzales discusses the influx of migrants and his policy ideas addressing the crisis.
Tim Alberta discusses his book exploring evangelical Christians' loyalty to Donald Trump.
Jewel discusses her journey from a troubled upbringing in Alaska to music megastardom.
Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt discusses rising antisemitism since Oct. 7.
Exiled Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez discusses the fight against autocracy.
Maria Ressa discusses how the spread of false news on social media threatens democracy.
Baratunde Thurston discusses how nature can bridge divides and help heal the nation.
Dr. Cornel West and Dr. Robert George discuss the need for civil discourse.
Brad Raffensperger discusses pressures from Trump to overturn the 2020 election.
Thomas Nides assesses Israel’s diplomatic and humanitarian challenges, including hostages.
Military historian Kimberly Kagan discusses Israel’s obstacles on the ground in Gaza.
Mitch Daniels, the former governor of Indiana, discusses America's political disarray.
Jonathan Schanzer examines efforts to contain a wider war in the Middle East.
Bret Stephens discusses how Israel should respond to Hamas’s horrific terrorist attack.
Author Yascha Mounk examines the rise of identity politics within the progressive left.
Bestselling author Walter Isaacson discusses his biography of Elon Musk.
Actor Liev Schreiber discusses the urgent need for humanitarian aid in Ukraine.
Baratunde Thurston discusses how nature can bridge divides and help heal the nation.
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