March 25, 2006 - Judy Woodruff
A journalist, best known
for her long-running program Inside Politics on CNN, has
covered every presidential election cycle since 1976, reporting live
from the battleground states in 2004, talking to voters and
exploring key issues facing the country. She presented an
exciting lecture, sharing her experiences around the world and her
views on the state of national politics and some scenarios to look
for in the coming elections. She has received
numerous national awards for excellence in journalism.
January 13, 2007 - Dave Barry
humorist of our time, he presents his own hilarious and wacky point
of view on relationships work, kids, technology, the future of
democracy and exploding toilet fixtures. He has written a
score of books; and after winning the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary,
he immediately demanded a recount.
February 9, 2007 - George Will
conservative political commentator and columnist will present a
penetrating and incisive commentary on the current American
political and economic scene and offer a glimpse into what the
future holds for public affairs, public policy and American society.
March 10, 2007 - The Motley Fool
experts give advice on what to do with your money now - stocks,
mutual funds, short term debt, bonds, CDs. They tell you why you
should believe in America now more than ever and explain the 10
things we should have learned in school about money. They
deliver an indescribable financial survival manual for our
unpredictable economic times.
March 31, 2007 - Doris Kearns Goodwin
Pulitzer Prize winning
historian, brilliant storyteller, and author of Team of Rivals --
The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln extracts wisdom about
leader-ship and building teams in trying circumstances to achieve
goals, courtesy of one of histories most compelling personalities,
and explains how Lincoln, by surrounding himself with political
rivals, achieved political success and victory in the Civil War.