Archive for March, 2013

John Rosengren

March 12 . 2013
Hank Greenberg offers an intimate account of the man’s life on and off the field. It is a portrait of integrity, triumph over adversity, and one of the greatest baseball players to ever grace the field.

Mark Potok, Rob Boston

March 11 . 2013

Hate groups are on the rise and Mark Potok with the Southern Poverty Law Center tells us who they are. Later, Rob Boston, senior policy analyst with Americans United discusses separation of church and state issues.

Louis Michael Seidman

March 7 . 2013

The framers of the Constitution saw society as essentially hierarchical, led by landed gentry like themselves, yet we still obey their commands, two centuries and one civil war later. In On Constitutional Disobedience, Louis Michael Seidman argues that it’s time to stop.

Mary Johnson

March 6 . 2013

Former nun Mary Johnson experienced her calling when she saw a photo of Mother Teresa on the cover of a magazine; eighteen months later she began her training as a Missionary of Charity, now she tells the world what really happens behind convent walls in An Unquenchable Thirst.

 

Sarah Erdreich

March 5 . 2013

Sarah Erdreich presents the antidote to the usual abortion debates in Generation Roe.

Trevor Aaronson

March 4 . 2013

The Terror Factory shows how the FBI has, under the guise of engaging in counterterrorism since 9/11, built a network of more than 15,000 informants whose primary purpose is to infiltrate Muslim communities to create and facilitate phony terrorist plots so that the bureau can then claim victory in the war on terror.