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June 2011 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Jun 24, 2011
  • Patricia DeGennaro in International Security: Israel, Congress, Egypt and Troop Withdrawal in Afghanistan and Michelle Goldberg on Christian Nationalism
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  • Patricia DeGennaro is an adjunct professor at New York University's Department of Politics and a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute in New York. Her projects focus on improving civil-military cooperation and a developing a comprehensive US foreign policy. Within the last year, she visited Iraq to see the military civilian transition first hand and spent significant time in Afghanistan consulting on provincial governance, capacity building, parliamentary reform and public policy development in the Office of the President of Afghanistan.

    Michelle Goldberg is a senior contributing writer for The Daily Beast/Newsweek. She is the author of The New York Times bestseller Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism and The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power and the Future of the World, winner of the 2008 J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Award and the Ernesta Drinker Ballard Book Prize. Michelle Goldberg's work has appeared in Glamour, Rolling Stone, The Nation, New York magazine, The Guardian (UK) and The New Republic. She is a recurring guest on Hardball with Chris Matthews.
  • Pub Date: Jun 17, 2011
  • Stanton Peele (First 30min.) and Tony Monterastell (Second 30min.) on WHY CAN'T THEY KEEP THEIR ZIPPER UP? Men: Power, Politics, and Sexual Addiction
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  • Since the publication of Love and Addiction in 1975, Stanton Peele has been a pioneer in applying addiction beyond the area of drugs and alcohol, social-environmental causes of addiction, harm reduction treatment (non-abstinent improvements for addicts), and self-cure of addiction. Recognition for his academic achievements in addiction has included the Mark Keller Award from the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Drug Policy Alliance. Dr. Peele lectures internationally on the meaning, treatment, and future of addiction.

    Tony Monterastelli is Editor of, founded by psychiatrist Dr. Paul Dobransky. He worked for daily newspapers in his home state of Wyoming before moving on to the Denver Business Journal, where he covered software and technology. He then transitioned to the public relations industry, as an account representative at Ogilvy Public Relations before co-founding with Dr. Paul Dobransky in 2010.
  • Pub Date: Jun 10, 2011
  • Pulitzer Prize Winner Joel Brinkley on Cambodia: Human Rights, Genocide and Democracy and Clint Block on Economic Freedom and the Constitution
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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. His latest book is Cambodia's Curse.

    Clint Bolick is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and also serves as the director of the Goldwater Institute Center for Constitutional Litigation in Phoenix. A legal pioneer in a number of areas, Bolick is perhaps best known for his leadership in defending state-based school choice programs. He has argued and won significant cases in both state and federal courts, winning school choice victories in the Supreme Courts of Wisconsin, Ohio, and Arizona. Bolick is the author of several books, most recently Death Grip: Loosening the Law's Stranglehold Over Economic Liberty.