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July 2012 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Jul 27, 2012
  • Dr. Kathy Seifert on YOUNG KILLERS: Psychology, Gun Control, and the Colorado Massacre and Dr. Ronald Schouten on YOUNG KILLERS: Psychology, Gun Control, and the Colorado Massacre
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  • Youth and family violence expert Dr. Kathy Seifert is one of the world's leading authorities at predicting which people are most likely to commit a future act of violence. She is the author of the CARE (Child & Adolescent Risk Evaluation) screening tool - one of the world's most accurate predictors of future violence in children and the only assessment of its kind to provide a complete intervention plan to counteract violent tendencies before it's too late.

    Ronald Schouten, M.D., J.D., is a clinical and forensic psychiatrist who directs the Law & Psychiatry Service at Massachusetts General Hospital and is an associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is a graduate of Haverford College, Boston University School of Law, and the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago.
  • Pub Date: Jul 20, 2012
  • Paul K. Chappell on War and Peace and Jennifer Walsh on The Social Construct
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  • Paul K. Chappell graduated from West Point in 2002. He served in the army for seven years, was deployed to Baghdad in 2006, and left active duty in November 2009 as a Captain. He is the author of Will War Ever End?: A Soldier's Vision of Peace for the 21st Century, The End of War: How Waging Peace Can Save Humanity, Our Planet, and Our Future, and Peaceful Revolution: How We Can Create the Future Needed for Humanity's Survival (publication date: Feb 2012). He lives in Santa Barbara, California, where he is serving as the Peace Leadership Director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (www.wagingpeace.org).

    Dr. Walsh is a professor of political science. Her areas of teaching emphasis include American government and U.S. political institutions, including Congress, the presidency, the federal judiciary, constitutional law, and state and local politics. Her primary research interests include crime policy, such as the Three Strikes sentencing movement, prosecutorial decision-making, and the implementation of public policy at all levels of government. Walsh's research on California's controversial Three Strikes law has been widely disseminated in the scholarly community and among state lawmakers.
  • Pub Date: Jul 13, 2012
  • Robert Schwartz on The Death Penalty: Pros/Cons, Stanley "Tookie" Williams and Economics and Frank Wilderson, Ph.D. on Modern Day American Racism: The S&F Law, Trayvon Martin and White Power
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  • Mr. Schwartz has been a criminal defense attorney for 36 years and is certified by the California State Bar as a specialist in criminal law. He is the past president of the Los Angeles Criminal Courts Bar Association. In 2007 he received that organization's Jerry Geisler Award as Trial Attorney of the Year.

    Frank Wilderson, Ph.D. His scholarly and creative writing have been published inSocial Identities; Social Justice; Les Temps Modernes; Konch;Callaloo; Obsidian II; Paris Transcontinental; and The Yardbird Press Anthology. He direced Reparations...Now, a critical documentary film that captures the terror of unnamable loss shouldered by today's descendents of slaves.
  • Pub Date: Jul 06, 2012
  • Dr. Cheryl Arutt on Reproductive Rights, Abortion and Celebrity Success and Dan Woods on Don't Ask Don't Tell, Veterans and PTSD
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  • Dr. Cheryl Arutt, Psy.D., a frequent psychological expert on CNN, HLN, truTV and Fox News, is a licensed clinical psychologist in Los Angeles, specializing in creative artist issues, trauma recovery, and fertility. She is the author of Healing Together: A Program for Couples, contributor to Mom360 magazine, and a forensic and media consultant.

    Dan represented the Log Cabin Republicans, a nonprofit organization, in challenge to the government's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, which prevents gays and lesbians from openly revealing their sexuality or risk discharge. Mr. Woods is a partner in the Commercial Litigation Practice and Chair of the Firm's Global Policies Committee. He has recently been honored with two California "Attorney of the Year" awards and a prestigious American Bar Association award, among other honors.