Archive for February, 2008

Sarah Posner

February 29 . 2008

Journalist, Sarah Posner examines the shady financial and political activities of gospel televangelists in God’s Profits: Faith, Fraud, and the Republican Crusade for Values Voters.

David Keating and Ben Shapiro

February 28 . 2008

Have politicians hijacked our First Amendment rights to suppress political speech? Joining us is David Keating, president of Then, not everyone is fainting over Barack Obama. columnist and author, Ben Shaprio tells us why he thinks Obama is a fake.

“Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech … or the right of the people peaceably to assemble.”

EJ Dionne

February 27 . 2008

Religion and politics in the post Bush era with journalist, EJ Dionne in Souled Out?

Michael Medved

February 26 . 2008

Nationally syndicated radio host, best-selling author, and veteran film critic Michael Medved dishes about the Oscars.

Daniel McGinn

February 25 . 2008

How did Americans get themselves in this real estate mess and how can they get out? Daniel Mc Ginn, Newsweek correspondent and author of House Lust talks about the housing bubble.

Susan Jacoby

February 22 . 2008

Is America getting dumber? Author Susan Jacoby thinks so in her latest book, The Age of American Unreason.

Stacey Campfield and David Weintraub

February 21 . 2008

Tennessee Bill would bar teachers from discussing homosexuality with the sponsor Representative Stacey Campfield.Also does the book And Tango Makes Three, the story of two male penguins hatching an egg promote a gay agenda? David Weintraub with Equality Loudoun joins us.

Michael Beschloss

February 20 . 2008

What makes a great President? NBC News presidential historian and author, Michael Beschloss answers the question in Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America 1789-1989.

Martin Marty

February 19 . 2008

A global history of Christianity by historian Martin Marty, author of The Christian World.

Charles Barber

February 15 . 2008

Is Tom Cruise right about psychiatry? Charles Barber examines our fascination with quick fix drugs and the over medication of Americans in Comfortably Numb.