Eliot Spitzer

former Governor of New York

Guest/Host

Attorney, political commentator and blogger; former host of Viewpoint on Current TV; former Governor of New York (2007-2008)

Eliot Spitzer on KCRW

KCRW's weekly confrontation over politics, policy and popular culture.

VA Scandal, China's Cyber War and Gas Deal

KCRW's weekly confrontation over politics, policy and popular culture.

from Left, Right & Center

Who was naive about Crimea, SCOTUS considers religious freedom and can we trust the NSA?

Crimea Naivete, Hobby Lobby, Trusting the NSA

Who was naive about Crimea, SCOTUS considers religious freedom and can we trust the NSA?

from Left, Right & Center

With the Paul Ryan pick, does Romney get a deficit-hawking, fiscally disciplined conservative? A cold-hearted, shrink-government-at-all-costs ideologue? Both?

The Thirteen Percent Solution?

With the Paul Ryan pick, does Romney get a deficit-hawking, fiscally disciplined conservative? A cold-hearted, shrink-government-at-all-costs ideologue? Both?

from Left, Right & Center

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