The Salon.com launch party for its politics and election
portal, Politics2000, in Washington,
February 16 featured a reception followed by a lively discussion by four of
most thought-provoking and controversial political commentators.
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The political editor of the New York Observer and co-author of "The Hunting of
An essayist, poet and jazz critic, is best known for his provocative and fearless
opinions on the state of race and culture in the United States.
President of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture.
A bestselling author and editor, Horowitz may be best known for his
lifelong intellectual and political journey.
Author of "How to Overthrow the Government", lecturer and broadcaster.
The discussion was hosted by Michael Feldman from PRI's "Whad'ya Know?" show
on the role of race in the presidential election, poverty, the issue of the
flag flying over South Carolina's statehouse and more.
During the cocktail hour Salon.com's key partner, SpeakOut.com
-- a leading interactive platform
for users to debate, comment and communicate with government, political and
business leaders -- displayed their political
portal and facilitated many lustrous conversations among the evening's guests.