Archive for March, 2010

Rose Aguilar, Kate Michelman

March 17 . 2010

Utah wants to hold a woman accountable for an “intentional, knowing or reckless act” that causes a miscarriage. Talk show host Rose Aguilar gives us an update. Then later Kate Michelman, former president of NARAL Pro Choice America talks about womens’ rights and political power.

Jedediah Purdy

March 16 . 2010

Can a nation of individuals also be a community of citizens? Professor and author Jedediah Purdy traces the history of the American understanding of freedom in A Tolerable Anarchy.

Susan Douglas

March 15 . 2010

Susan Douglas, author of Enlightened Sexism takes readers on a spirited journey through television programs, popular songs, movies and news coverage, giving name to a new form of sexism.

Brenda Peterson, Patricia Wilkes, Devry Bruch

March 12 . 2010

I Want to Be Left Behind is Brenda Peterson’s crisis of faith story then a remarkable tale of two sisters who were reunited after an adoption scam.

Ian Fletcher

March 11 . 2010

Ian Fletcher, a Senior Fellow at the U.S. Business and Industrial Council, systematically explains why our current trade policy is slowly bleeding America’s economy to death and what can be done about it in Free Trade Doesn’t Work: What Should Replace It and Why.

Bob Wynn, Sultan Shakir

March 10 . 2010

Emmy award winning TV executive Bob Wynn talks about his acclaimed memoir, I Used to Be Somebody then Washington, D.C hosted weddings for same sex couples! Sultan Shakir from the Human Rights Campaign joins us.

Christopher Fairman, David Shenk

March 9 . 2010

Should some words be banned? Law professor and author Christopher Fairman doesn’t think so and later David Shenk talks about The Genius in All of Us.

Austin Ruse, Marty Klein

March 8 . 2010

Austin Ruse, president of Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute on the UN Feminist Conference then sex therapist Dr. Marty Klein says there is no such thing as sex addiction.

Brian McLaren

March 5 . 2010

Brian McLaren author of A New Kind of Christianity.

Gary Greenberg

March 4 . 2010

Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease by author, journalist, and practicing therapist Gary Greenberg. Greenberg argues  that depression as a disease has been manufactured by the medical, pharmaceutical and advertising industries to suit and sell a cure.