Ken Vogel (chief investigative reporter, Politico), Joel Rubin (director of policy and government affairs, Ploughshares Fund), Josh Harkinson (reporter, Mother Jones), Yetta Kurland (attorney, National Lawyers Guild), Yinka Adegoke (media correspondent, Reuters), Thomas Mann (senior fellow, Brookings Institution) and Norman Ornstein (resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute).
“People need to find other ways that they can sort of act in solidarity with the movement. And the onus is really on the [Occupy Wall Street] organizers to give them those opportunities.” — Josh Harkinson watch video
“Mitt Romney’s foreign policy tends to wax and wane depending on what’s popular at the moment, and President Obama’s policy is a very centrist policy, progressive in many of its ideals, but very patient — he seems to have a [...] watch video
“We must not let the unfortunate nature of our politics of the moment dissuade us from a clear imperative — we must do better.” watch video