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Are They Monitoring Our Computers?

February 28, 2005

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When you surf the Internet, just who’s spying on you? And what do they know?
Guest: Daniel J. Solove, Author of THE DIGITAL PERSON: Technology and Privacy in the Information Age

Sunday Weekly Review

February 27, 2005

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Topics for Discussion include:
— Bush’s European Trip
— Comments by the President of Harvard on Women and Science

BISEXUALITY – The Inside Scoop

February 24, 2005

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Historical figures like Alfred Kinsey, Alexander the Great, and Abraham Lincoln are being looked at in a new light. Straight? Gay? Somewhere in between?
Bisexuals are just now coming out in America. And they’re making many men and women nervous. Why are bisexuals often seen as “traitors” to both straights and gays? Is it perhaps because bisexuals don’t fit easily into the little clear boxes that people like to use to label others?
Is bisexuality just a “phase” on the path from straight to gay? Just closeted gay people? African-Americans on the “Down Low”? How about Jim McGreevey? Jeff Gannon? Is there any fundamental difference between bisexual men and bisexual women? Are we all at least a bit bisexual? Or is that notion a threat to male and female “bonding”, even in powerful institutions like Yale’s Skull and Bones?
Do bisexuals disrupt the notion that sexual orientation is not a choice? After all, for them, it IS a choice. Isn’t it?
And what does bisexuality say about monogamy? Many of us understand when a marriage breaks up because one person is closeted gay, but would it make a difference if the person is an even more closeted bisexual?
What are the politics of bisexuality? How does it affect our understanding of gay rights and same-sex marriage?
Guest: John Craig, MSW, a clinical social worker who counsels men and women coming to grips with their bisexuality.

Exporting Black Babies

February 23, 2005

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Why are so many Black children in America being adopted by white foreigners?
What does this tell us about adoptions and racism in America and abroad?
And about new strategies to encourage mothers to put their children up for adoption rather than have abortions?
Should America’s black children be raised by white families? By foreign families? By gay families?
When, if ever, is it wrong to take children out of foster homes and put them in loving homes?
Mark makes his comments and invites yours on a special 60 Minutes report, played in its entirety on today’s show.

Debate Tuesday

February 22, 2005

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Mark debates Jim Parmelee, Chairman of the Northern Virginia Republican Political Action Committee and President of Republicans United for Tax Relief in a show televised live on Channel 10 in Northern Virginia and broadcast right here at marklevinetv.com

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