Both this year's current presidential front-runners say they have shrugged off Washington lobbyists and embraced public financing of political campaigns. We look at McCain and Obama and compare their rhetoric with their records. Also, the latest suicide bombing kills kills a Pakistani Army General, and the New York Philharmonic will be playing tomorrow in Pyong Yang, North Korea, despite its image as the most closed country on earth. We hear from an American who's been there 25 times.
Rhetoric and Reality in Presidential Campaigns
From this Episode:
The New York Philharmonic Visits Pyongyang
The Star Spangled Banner, An American in Paris and Dvorak's Symphony from the New World are all on the New York Philharmonic's playlist. While there's nothing odd about...
Latest Suicide Bomber in Pakistan Kills Army General
The surgeon general of Pakistan's Army was killed by a suicide bomber today as his car waited at a busy intersection in a commercial neighborhood of Rawalpindi. At least...