After a light week in terms of interviews, I’m excited about two guests this week one of whom I have not spoken to previously. I will be off this Friday for Passover and Monday as well. If you miss any interviews, they’re posted here. I continue to post at least two new articles every week at www.halginsberg.com. My latest, which I finished earlier this evening, is on whether universities have a duty to expose students to people with different backgrounds and varying viewpoints.
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Monday (times below are Pacific) –
6:30 – Princeton Professor Melissa Lane provides a civics lesson on
representative government courtesy of ancient Rome and Athens.
7:45 – Holistic health with Glenn Sadowsky and
Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork.
7:30 – Jeremy Holden from Media Matters join us to cast a jaundiced eye on
the right-wing media machine.
Friday Free-for-all +
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