Archive for April, 2008

Tym Burkey and Dave Hall

April 16 . 2008

Dave Hall, the informant who gave up everything to go inside the Aryan Nations and Tym Burkey, the special agent who sent him in are co-authors OF INTO THE DEVIL’S DEN: How An FBI Informant Got Inside the Aryan Nations and a Special Agent Got Him Out Alive.

David Clohessy and Angela Bonavoglia

April 15 . 2008

What will Pope Benedict XVI say about the clergy sex abuse scandal and the role of women in the church while visiting the U.S.? Is he out of touch? David Clohessy, national director of SNAP and Angela Bonavoglia, writer and author of Good Catholic Girls: How Women are Leading the Fight to Change the Church.


April 14 . 2008

Paul Hudson and
Kate Hanni

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Amy Sullivan

April 11 . 2008

TIME Magazine’s Nation editor, Amy Sullivan analyzes Democrats’ failure to win religious voters in 2004 in The Party Faithful: How Democrats are Closing the God Gap.

Marci Hamilton and Alan Reinach

April 10 . 2008

Should Texas law authorities have taken hundreds of children and women from the polygamist compound in El Dorado? Is this about religious persecution or child abuse? Marci Hamilton, visiting professor at Princeton University and Alan Reinach, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church State Council join us.

June Casagrande

April 9 . 2008

The grammar snobs are out there watching, listening and ready to pounce on your word usage. June Casagrande is back to take the 101 most frequently attacked word choices in the humorous Mortal Syntax.

Michio Kaku

April 8 . 2008

Is time travel impossible? Michio Kaku, says it may not be that far fetched in Physics of the Impossible.

John Gorenfeld

April 7 . 2008

John Gorenfeld introduces listeners to the bizarre world of Rev. Sun Myung Moon in Bad Moon Rising: How Reverend Moon Created the Washington Times, Seduced the Religious Right, and Built an American Kingdom.

David Dranove

April 4 . 2008

David Dranove, economist and author of Code Red: An Economist Explains How to Revive the Healthcare System Without Destroying It.


April 3 . 2008

Mark Vonnegut and
Martha Frankel

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