Eliot Spitzer is a political commentator well known as a hard-charging agent of change. As New York State Attorney General, he was called the "Sheriff of Wall Street," setting a new standard for law enforcement in financial fraud, environmental protection, and civil rights. He prosecuted abuses among major Wall Street firms and other industries, both as a young lawyer and as New York State Attorney General. Former New York State Governor, elected by nearly 70% of the vote, Spitzer has for the past several years been at the forefront of the American political scene sparking lively debates on compelling topics ranging from global business to party politics. He is a regular television panelist, pundit, in-demand speaker, and former host of CNN's "In the Arena" and Current TV's "Viewpoint." He taught a weekly seminar, "Law and Public Policy," at City College in New York from fall 2009 to spring 2012.