Would an impeachment of President Trump damage democracy?
Adelphi, Md. (Nov. 12, 2019)—Is America headed for—or perhaps already in—a constitutional crisis fueled by highly partisan politics? Is this endangering our democracy? If so, where do we go from here?
The first forum in the 26th season of The Kalb Report (and the 100th program in the series) will tackle these questions as well as examine who we are as a country today, how we are influencing the world and whether the current administration is an anomaly or represents a dramatic shift in our ideology.
As he rocketed toward the moon in his epic flight 50 years ago, astronaut Michael Collins recalled that what beguiled him the most was not the pale lunar surface getting nearer. He had seen that all his life.
With all the talk about sexual harassment in business and politics, veteran newswoman Cokie Roberts told host Marvin Kalb on April 1 that conditions for women in journalism are much improved now compared with how they were when she launched her career in the mid-1960s.
Legendary Broadcast Journalist to Join Marvin Kalb April 1 at National Press Club
Is Donald Trump good for ratings while being bad for journalism?
Nearly two years into the current administration, journalists are still struggling to determine how to cover this president who has broken all the rules of communicating with the people and who is fighting to undercut the legitimacy of any news organization that dares to criticize him.
Try as he might, moderator Marvin Kalb could not get any one of his four guests on the “Kalb Report” April 16 to give an optimistic prediction for the future of U.S. relations with Russia. Each said relations will get worse.
New York Times Chief White House Correspondent Peter Baker, Brookings Institution President Gen. John Allen, NPR Host Mary Louise Kelly, American Enterprise Institute Scholar Leon Aron Join Marvin Kalb for April 16 National Press Club Forum