Archive for February, 2012

Sean Faircloth

February 29 . 2012

Sean Faircloth, with the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science, discusses his new book, Attack of the Theocrats, which examines the crumbling of the wall of separation between church and state—and offers a specific and sensible plan for rebuilding it.

Chris Gethard

February 28 . 2012

Chris Gethard is an actor, comedian, and writer as well as the star and creator of The Chris Gethard Show; his new book is A Bad Idea I’m About to Do.

Andy Andrews, Elaine Tyler May

February 27 . 2012

Andy Andrews is the author of How Do You Kill 11 Million People? about voter apathy and America’s current political culture. Then, Elaine Tyler May, professor at the University of Minnesota and author of America and the Pill talks about her piece in the Washington Post, “How the Catholic Church almost came to accept birth control‘.

Sally Denton

February 24 . 2012

In The Plots Against the President, Sally Denton follows Franklin D. Roosevelt as he struggled to right the teetering nation, armed with little more than indomitable optimism and the courage to try anything.

Lawrence Lessig

February 23 . 2012

Saloma Miller Furlong

February 22 . 2012

Saloma Miller Furlong, traces the genesis of her desire for freedom and education and chronicles her conflicted quest for independence in her personal and moving memoir, Why I Left the Amish.

Jamal Joseph

February 21 . 2012

Jamal Joseph’s personal odyssey—from the streets of Harlem to Riker’s Island and Leavenworth to the halls of Columbia—is as gripping as it is inspiring in Panther Baby.

Dr. Bruce Epperly

February 17 . 2012

Theologian, Dr. Bruce Epperly discusses progressive spirituality and Process Theology.

Dennis Gaffney

February 16 . 2012

Dennis Gaffney along with his brother Peter continue the Seven Day Scholar with The Presidents. It  addresses formative moments in the lives of the presidents, crucial political decisions, little-known facts, and insights into the intriguing individuals Americans have selected to lead our country.

Dr. Charles Dunn, Peter LaBarbera

February 15 . 2012

Will Rick Santorum push Mitt Romney out of the way and become the GOP presidential candidate? Dr. Charles Dunn with Regent University gives us his thoughts. Then, we ask Peter La Barbera with Americans for Truth, what is hate speech and do Christians or gays do more of it.