California Congressman Henry Waxman reflects on a week which saw Rep. Waxman himself presiding over hearings on the Bush Administration’s brazen politicization of science; the largest yet (OK, 3,000 is not Dr. King-size, but still) citizen rally in Washington for action against climate change; and the triumphant return of Albert Gore, the man who would be president. Waxman sizes up the momentum, and feels the winds of change at his back: "We have the chance to act. We have the responsibility to act. But we’re not going to be given an indefinite period of time to act." LISTEN (11 min)