Bill Moyers’ broadcast commentaries have become an institution in public media. Connecting dots of history, evidence, personal experience, and logic, Moyers shares his honest take on the relevant events and controversies of our times.
Public remarks from Bill Moyers for the Forrest Church Lecture Series at the Union Theological Seminary. Continue reading
Bill calls out corporate executives strong-arming their employees to vote as they say. Continue reading
Not content with just buying American elections, corporate bosses strong-arm their employees to do political work on company time. Continue reading
State courts are under siege by the corrupting forces of money and politics, putting justice itself in jeopardy. Continue reading
Bill offers some fact-checks to Bill O’Reilly for false statements the Fox News icon made about him. Continue reading
What Congress, the candidates, and all of us can learn from the pleas of Matthew Sitton, a U.S. solider killed in Afghanistan last August. Continue reading
Bill shares the story of a young U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan, arguing it’s time our presidential candidates decisively address the price of our presence there. Continue reading
Bill examines how the enormous amounts of money spent on political consultants and TV ads corrupt our elections and distort our democracy. Continue reading
The contempt with which some wealthy Americans privately view those beneath them is actually an old story. Continue reading
Bill Moyers and Bernard Weisberger document the Supreme Court’s history of supreme power to the present day. Continue reading
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