The Lineup: Week of January 24-30, 2011

Marian Wright Edelman underscores the importance of preserving America’s landmark health care reform and Dave Saldana warns about Comcast’s potential to “throttle competition and stifle innovation” with its imminent takeover of NBC.

The Lineup: Week January 3-9, 2011

Janet Redman compares the recent lackluster climate talks in Cancun with a car wreck and Donald Kaul takes exception to latest trend in Republican flag waving.

The Lineup: Week of December 13-19, 2010

Anupama Joshi and Robert Gottlieb weigh in on the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act while Donald Kaul offers his take on Obama’s controversial deal with the GOP on the Bush tax cuts.

The Lineup: Week of December 6-13, 2010

Marc Morial addresses school funding inequality and Chuck Collins looks at how Congress might spend the $700 billion in potential revenue from letting Bush’s tax cuts for the richest Americans expire.

The Lineup: Week of November 29-December 5, 2010

As global climate talks get underway in Cancun, Miriam Pemberton calls for more parity in spending on climate and military security and Diana Bronson warns that “geoengineering” fixes for the world’s climate problems could do far more harm than good.

The Lineup: Week of November 15-21, 2010

Sarah Anderson highlights the dangers of letting financial wizardry distort our food supply and John Steel makes a call for bringing back American manufacturing.

The Lineup: Week of November 8-14, 2010

OtherWords columnist Donald Kaul marvels at the GOP’s “magical” gains in the midterm elections and FCNL’s Joe Volk urges the Senate to ratify the New START nuclear weapons treaty before the year ends.

The Lineup: Week of October 25-31, 2010

Donald Kaul muses about this year’s “screwball” elections and William A. Collins calls for making the rich pay taxes instead of averting them with sneaky yet routine ploys.