Oct 10 8:30 PM

Can ‘Stop fighting, start fixing’ solve the shutdown brinksmanship battle?

Members of the Senate Democratic caucus boards buses to go to the White House in front of the U.S. Capitol on October 10, 2013 in Washington, DC.
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Government shutdown continues as debt ceiling approaches

Mark McKinnon, a co-founder of the nonpartisan political group No Labels and a White House advisor for George H.W. and George W. Bush, and Christine Pelosi, the chair of the California Democratic Party Women’s Caucus, will join Consider This host Antonio Mora to discuss today’s developments in Washington, D.C.

Are special ops the future of American warfare?

Linda Robinson, the author of “One Hundred Victories: Special Ops and the Future of American Warfare,” will join Antonio Mora to talk about this topic.

Is it possible to be an ‘ethical parent’?

Lisa Miller, a contributing editor of New York magazine, and Dr. Harold Koplewicz, the president of the Child Mind Institute, will join Antonio Mora to weigh in on Miller's recent article.

Could Bob Dylan win the Nobel Prize in Literature?

Should singer-songwriter Bob Dylan join the ranks of Nobel laureates, alongside Canadian writer Alice Munro (2013), American writer Toni Morrison (1993), and Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1982)? Al Jazeera culture critic Bill Wyman and Eric Harvey, an assistant professor of communication at Weber State University and a contributor to The Atlantic and Rolling Stone magazines, will join Antonio Mora to discuss whether Dylan deserves the prestigious prize.  

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