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February 2011 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Feb 25, 2011
  • Williamson M. Evers and Zaid Jilani on Wisconsin: The Hearts and Minds of America
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  • Williamson M. Evers, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and a member of the Institution's Koret Task Force on K-12 Education, was the U.S. assistant secretary of education for policy from 2007 to 2009. In 2003, Evers served in Iraq as a senior adviser for education to Administrator L. Paul Bremer of the Coalition Provisional Authority.

    Zaid Jilani is a Reporter/Blogger for ThinkProgres.org and The Progress Report at the Center for American Progress Action Fund
  • Pub Date: Feb 18, 2011
  • Seth Chernoff on Cancer- Positive Psychology, Genetic Testing, Stress and Research and Lawrence Wolf on Celebrity Psychology & the Law
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  • Seth David Chernoff is an award-winning author, two-time cancer survivor, gifted speaker, highly successful marketing professional and founder of multiple companies. His new book is Manual For Living: Reality, A User's Guide to the Meaning of Life.

    Lawrence Wolf has been helping individuals charged with crimes for over 35 years. He has both prosecuted and defended thousands of adults and juveniles charged with every type of felony and misdemeanor crime. Specializing in the field of criminal law, he is a recognized expert in Drunk Driving, Addiction-related offenses and Juvenile Law. Lawrence Wolf has been a pioneer in developing all forms of alternative sentencing such as house arrest and diversionary programs.
  • Pub Date: Feb 11, 2011
  • Pulitzer Prize Winner, John Hughes and Former Senior Policy Advisor, Kori Schake on the Revolution in Egypt
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  • John Hughes is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former editor of the Christian Science Monitor. He is currently a professor of international communications at Brigham Young University and writes a nationally syndicated column for the Monitor. During the Reagan administration he was associate director of the United States Information Agency, director of the Voice of America, and assistant secretary of state for public affairs and department spokesman.

    Kori Schake was senior policy adviser to the McCain-Palin campaign, responsible for policy development and outreach in the areas of foreign and defense policy. From 2007 to 2008 she was the deputy director for policy planning in the state department. During President Bush's first term, she was the director for Defense Strategy and Requirements on the National Security Council.
  • Pub Date: Feb 04, 2011
  • Nathan Manske on I'm From Driftwood: Gay Teens and Their Sexuality and Dr. Tomás Jiménez on Civil Rights: Identity, Immigration and Arizona
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  • Nathan Manske is the creator and editor of the gay, true-stories blog I'm From Driftwood. He is indeed from Driftwood, Texas, but has lived in Brooklyn, New York since 2003. His Chemistry.com television commercials raised awareness as well as eyebrows by taking on eHarmony's discriminatory policies towards gays and lesbians. eHarmony has since changed their policies. You can learn more and read amazing stories at www.ImFromDriftwood.com

    Dr. Tomás Jiménez is an assistant professor of sociology at Stanford University. He is also an Irvine Fellow at the New America Foundation. His new book is Replenished Ethnicity: Mexican Americans, Immigration and Identity. Dr. Jiménez has also taught at the University of California, San Diego. Before that, he was the American Sociological Association Congressional Fellow in the office of Rep. Michael Honda (CA-15), where he served as a legislative aide for immigration, veteran's affairs, housing, and election reform.