Archive for June, 2009

Richard Wolffe

June 16 . 2009

Richard Wolffe, Newsweek Senior White House Correspondent talks about RENEGADE: The Making of a President.

Bill Wasik

June 15 . 2009

Bill Wasik is a senior editor at Harper’s magazine and his new book is And Then There’s This: How Stories Live and Die in Viral Culture.

 

 

                       

 

 

 

 

 

Sasha Abramsky

June 12 . 2009

The story of modern day poverty in America with journalist Sasha Abramsky author of Breadline USA: The Hidden Scandal of American Hunger and How to Fix It.

 

 

 

 

 

      

Chip Berlet, Daryl Collins

June 11 . 2009

The man behind the shooting at the Holocaust museum with Political Reseach Associates analyst, Chip Berlet then would you be able to live on $2 a day? Daryl Collins co-wrote Portfolios of the Poor.

The Amazing Kreskin

June 10 . 2009

The Amazing Kreskin talks about his new book, Kreskin Confidential.

Tom Farley, Alex Nicholson

June 9 . 2009

Chris Farley’s brother Tom talks about, The Chris Farley Show and then the Supreme Court turns down don’t ask don’t tell challenge. Alexander Nicholson with Servicemembers United joins us.

Gary Laderman

June 8 . 2009

Taking a look at American forms of worship with religious scholar and author Gary Laderman in Sacred Matters.

Leonard Mlodinow

June 5 . 2009

In this irreverent and illuminating book,The Drunkard’s Walk, acclaimed writer and scientist Leonard Mlodinow shows us how randomness, change, and probability reveal a tremendous amount about our daily lives.

Alex Scordelis

June 4 . 2009

Comedian and co-author, Alex Scordelis is Causing a Scene: Extraordinary Pranks in Ordinary Places With Improv Everywhere.

Eric Burns

June 3 . 2009

Former veteran newscaster, Eric Burns brings a fresh and thought provoking perspective to American history in All the News Unfit to Print: How Things Were and How They Were Reported.