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February 2010 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Feb 26, 2010 - 1:00 am
  • Joel Brinkley on Political Psychology and Frances Newton on Trauma and the American Financial System
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  • Joel Brinkley is a Pulitzer Prize winning foreign correspondent, author, reporter, editor and visiting Hearst Professional in Residence at Stanford University. At The New York Times, Brinkley served as Washington correspondent, White House correspondent and chief of the Times Bureau in Jerusalem, Israel. He spent more than 10 years in editing positions including Projects Editor in Washington, Political Editor in New York and Investigations Editor in Washington following the September 11 attacks and political writer in Baghdad during the fall of 2003.

    Frances Newton is a renowned Economic and Stock Market Expert and radio show host. She has recently appeared on the nationally-syndicated Mancow Muller show, Fox T.V channel 5 Las Vegas, and has weekly appearances on the Gerry V. weekend show on the Rush Radio Network, WRNO 99.5 FM, New Orleans.
  • Pub Date: Feb 19, 2010 - 1:00 am
  • Steven Solomon on Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization and Max Siegel on Know What Makes Them Tick: How to Successfully Negotiate Almost Any Situation
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  • Steven Solomon has written for The New York Times, BusinessWeek, The Economist, Forbes, and Esquire. He has been a regular commentator on NPR's Marketplace, and has appeared as a featured guest on the late Tim Russert's CNBC show, NPR's Talk of the Nation, Bloomberg TV, and on many other news shows. He has addressed the World Affairs Council, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and university forums.

    A marketing innovator across the sports and entertainment industries, Max Siegel made history as the highest-ranking African-American executive in NASCAR when he became president of global operations at Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Before that he held dual titles at Sony/BMG, serving as both senior vice president of Zomba Label Group, where he was on the executive team that managed the careers of stars such as Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Usher; and as president of Zomba Gospel, where he helped mastermind the unprecedented success of gospel stars such as Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, and Donnie McClurkin
  • Pub Date: Feb 12, 2010 - 1:00 am
  • Dr. Madeleine Van Hecke on Blindspots: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things - Celebrity, Politics & Economics and David Hall on The End of Don't Ask Don't Tell
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  • Madeleine Van Hecke,Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist, a lecturer at Common Ground (Deerfield, IL) and a speaker, trainer, and workshop leader for Open Arms Seminars.

    David Hall is a former U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant. During his active duty service, Hall received numerous awards including, the Air Force Achievement Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Air Force Longevity Service Award, Air Force Training Ribbon, NCO Professional Military Education Ribbon, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Ward, and Air Force Good Conduct Medal. Following his discharge under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," Hall became a plaintiff in SLDN's constitutional challenge to the government's ban on open service.
  • Pub Date: Feb 05, 2010 - 1:00 am
  • Maggie Jackson on Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age and Barbara Oakley, Ph.D. on Evil Genes: Why Rome Fell, Hitler Rose, Enron Failed, and My Sister Stole My Mother's Boyfriend
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  • Maggie Jackson is an award-winning author and journalist known for her penetrating coverage of U.S. social issues. She writes the popular Balancing Acts column in the Sunday Boston Globe, and her articles have also appeared in The New York Times, Gastronomica and on National Public Radio. Her latest book, Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age, details the steep costs of our current epidemic deficits of attention, while revealing the astonishing scientific discoveries that can help us rekindle our powers of focus in a world of speed and overload.

    Barbara Oakley, PhD, has been dubbed a female Indiana Jones her writing combines worldwide adventure with solid research expertise. Among other adventures, she has worked as a Russian translator on Soviet trawlers in the Bering Sea, served as radio operator at the South Pole Station in Antarctica, and risen from private to regular army captain in the U.S. Army. Currently an associate professor of engineering at Oakland University in Michigan, Oakley is a recent vice president of the world's largest bioengineering society and holds a doctorate in the integrative discipline of systems engineering. Her latest book is, Evil Genes: Why Rome Fell, Hitler Rose, Enron Failed, and My Sister Stole My Mother's Boyfriend.