The Nation Speaks (Jan. 23): Alan Dershowitz on the Perils of Impeachment; Finding Common Ground; Why Are Americans So Generous?

In this episode, we talk to Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law School professor emeritus and constitutional law expert, about the dangers of using impeachment as a political tool and the future of free speech in America.

And in a time of deep divide, Dr. George Barna, director of research at Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University, highlights key issues that have strong bipartisan support in the US.

Then, Francisco Gonzalez, director of philanthropy at National Review Institute, tells us why America is the most charitable country in the world.

Finally, volunteers Xiomara Castro and Amy Sonntag tell us how helping others has changed their own lives.