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Ethics with the Ethics Guy  June 21, 2007

What do you do when you see someone accidentally drop a $20 bill? Do you pick it up and keep it or return it to the person? Say you find out that your neighbor’s wireless network is unprotected and you …

Blogging the Bible  June 20, 2007

Have you read the Bible lately? Slate’s Deputy Editor David Plotz has. Plotz set out a year ago to read the entire Bible and blog about it along the way. He’ll join us this hour to discuss his “Blogging the …

Why Women Really Quit Careers and Head Home  June 20, 2007

What happens to women who make the difficult decision to leave their careers behind to stay at home and raise children? How hard is it for them to re-enter the workforce years later? We’ll examine the challenges and implications of …

Legality and the Presidency – 35 Years After Watergate  June 19, 2007

Thirty-five years ago, a break-in at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters at the Washington D.C. Watergate Hotel spelled the beginning of the end for President Richard Nixon. What have we learned about the power of the Presidency in years since? …

Harriet Tubman: Imagining a Life  June 19, 2007

Who was Harriet Tubman? She was an escaped slave, lumberjack, laundress, raid leader, nurse, fund-raiser, cook, abolitionist, intelligence agent, and most-famously -Underground Railroad organizer. We’ll remember Tubman this hour with biographer, Beverly Lowry, author of the new book “Harriet Tubman: …

The Erosion of Free Expression in the American Workplace  June 18, 2007

Your employer sets the goals, work hours, and even dress code for the office environment. But how much control should companies have over your freedom of speech? Vanderbilt University Professor Bruce Barry will join us this hour to explore the …

Interview  June 18, 2007

You know Steve Buscemi, right? Even if you don’t recognize the name, you’ve probably seen one of his films. Buscemi has appeared in scores of films and television shows in his twenty-plus year career as an actor. He’s also a …

Transportation and North Texas  June 15, 2007

Transportation is a big issue in North Texas. How will the region handle the expected growth of the next few years? How will changes affect you? We’ll talk with Gordon Dickson, Transportation Writer for the Star-Telegram and Shelley Kofler, KERA …

Dallas Mayoral Race Roundtable  June 14, 2007

The Dallas Mayor’s Race will end in a run-off election this Saturday. What are the Oakley and Leppert campaigns doing in the final days to push their candidates over the top and are the strategies working? We’ll discuss the election …

The Forgotten War Against Chinese Americans  June 14, 2007

Imagine coming to a new country, helping to build important infrastructure and provide necessary economic services in that country only to endure extreme prejudice and ethnically motivated violence. University of Delaware Professor Jean Pfaelzer recounts the injustices perpetrated against one …

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