A debate on whether or not New York City has finally turned the corner and become a governable, livable, and managable city.
A debate on whether or not former Chilean dictator Pinochet should be deported back to his home country to face numerous charges relating to his reign.
A discussion of the Lewinsky scandal and subsequent impeachment of President Bill Clinton and what is says about America.
A discussion of what should be the United States strategy towards missile defense.
The recent collapse of the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks is the subject for discussion on Firing Line this time.
Buckley grills author Tom Wolfe about criticisms of his style of "journalism."
Buckley and guest Robert Frank discuss and debate the subject of a consumption tax to replace the income tax code.
Firing Line's umpteenth debate over the legalization of marijuana.
Campaign finance reform is discussed with the main topic being whether or not candidates should be limited in the amount of money that they can spend.
DNA testing is the subject for discussion in this episode.
Was there a vast right wing conspiracy, as some liberals claimed, that set out to get President Clinton impeached at any cost?
Modern music is discussed in this episode of Firing Line.
The continuing crisis in Kosovo is examined and United States options are discussed.
Henry Kissinger sits down with host Buckley to discuss the latest volume of his memoirs entitled Years of Renewal which cover his tenure as Secretary of State during the Ford Administration.
Should the conservative movement be applauded or is it merely a house of cards? That's the subject for debate among host Buckley and others.
Economist John Kenneth Galbraith makes his final appearance on Firing Line and reminisces with host Buckley.
Why are teachers unions so adamantly opposed to school vouchers? Host Buckley examines.
A debate over police tactics between former NYPD commisioner William Bratton and ACLU head Ira Glasser.
Senator Joe McCarthy has long been portrayed as the epitome of evil by many liberals but was he? Host Buckley and others look back on this controversial figure in American history.
Was Serbian capitulation after being bombed by NATO forces a real victory or just a Pyrrhic one? Host Buckley and guest Richard Pipes discuss things.
Host Buckley's baby brother, Reid, comes to Firing Line in order to discuss the topic of public speaking.
Potential mayoral candidate Mark Green discusses his platform should he run for the office.
Should underage girls get parental permission before getting an abortion? That's the topic for debate on Firing Line this time.
Jersey City Mayor Bret Schundler, the first GOP mayor of that city since 1921, takes a seat on Firing Line to discuss his political career.
A controversial new abortion law being discussed and debated in the New Jersey Legislature is the topic of this week's installment.
Yet another episode dealing with relations between the United States and Taiwan.
Now that there's a budget surplus will there be a tax cut or should President Clinton veto any such initiative?
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch analyzes and examines the tenure of the city's current mayor, Rudy Giuliani.
Buckley examines whether or not Gary Bauer, head of the Christian Coalition, has a legitimate shot at the Republican nomination for president in 2000.
The state of Texas has some of the country's toughest drug laws. Should they be eased by Governor George W. Bush? Buckley and others examine the case for and against.
Private philanthropy and its relationship with government spending is discussed with former Treasury Secretary William Simon.
Author Peter Huber discusses his recent book Hard Green: Saving the Environment from the Environmentalists.
Legislative proposals by the GOP in Congress and the efforts to get them passed are discussed.
Henry Kissinger makes his final appearance on Firing Line for a discussion with host Buckley on foreign policy.
Buckley and Firing Line take their show on the road to Oxford, MS where the host takes questions from students at the University of Mississippi.
Part 1 of 2. After 33 years and nearly 1,500 shows, Firing Line comes to an end with a retrospective.
Conclusion. It's hail and farewell to Firing Line and long-time host William F. Buckley.