President Obama was first elected after making grand promises on the environment, but has yet to live up to his rhetoric. We're joined by journalist Mark Hertsgaard to discuss Obama's environmental legacy.
It's silly, even immature, to try to divide people on this crucial technological and ecological issue based on arbitrary age categories. For in fact we're all in this together, and radiation can hurt you -- no matter how old you are.
In the world of journalism, I actually hear this defense: that if a mistake is not central to the point of a piece, then the mistake doesn't matter. Since when did misstatement of facts cease to matter?