This Sunday on CW 14 Focus host Robert Hornacek was joined by former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wisconsin).
Feingold, who lost his bid for re-election in 2010, says Americans need to be more engaged with the rest of the world. Feingold talked about his book "While American Sleeps" in which he calls for Americans to learn more about other countries and cultures.
The former senator talked about his political career, especially his time in the U.S. Senate. For the most part, Feingold says he doesn't miss it.
"I've had a chance to teach and write and, frankly, to be home more. I love being here in Wisconsin," Feingold said in the interview. "I miss access to some of the information. Being on the Intelligence Committee was a very interesting opportunity for me to consider these things. But overall, it's good to at least have a break. Maybe I'll consider it again sometime but running for office is not always fun and it's nice to have a break."
CW 14 Focus is a weekly, half-hour interview program that focuses on the issues important to people in northeast Wisconsin. Each week, Robert Hornacek will sit down with a different guest and go beyond the sound bites. The program will highlight the people making a difference in the community and give viewers an opportunity to get in depth perspective. CW 14 airs Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
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