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Decision making in the oval office carries incredible consequences for the U.S. and the world. Barna and Ernabel welcome political analyst & author Nick Ragone to discuss his new book "Presidential Leadership: 15 Decisions That Changed The Nation."

Plus, violence against reporters in the U.S., is prank-calling the governor of Wisconsin similar to undercover journalism, and decide whether or not it's a good idea for a restaurant to make jokes about the Jonestown massacre in its advertising. 

Direct download: Culture_Wars_02-24-11.cda
Category:general -- posted at: 12:58pm EST

"Author/professor Fatima Shaik joins Barna and Ernabel to discuss her research into a little-known part of the history of the civil rights struggle in Louisiana.  Hear them discuss who free people of color were and how they formed the Economy Society.

 

“Plus, Barna and Ernabel discuss reporters in the line of fire in the Middle East protests,  the Lara Logan sexual assault case, and what is an is not appropriate for teachers to blog about.  And why should all committed Robocop fans soon plan a trip toDetroit?”

Direct download: Culture_Wars_02-17-11.cda
Category:general -- posted at: 10:52am EST

The paranormal invades Culture Wars! Barna and Ernabel welcome author John Hornor Jacobs to the show to talk about his new book, "Southern Gods." Be sure and check out what Lovecraftian Southern Gothic literature is all about and the new spin this book will bring to some of the most popular supernatural literary conventions.

And we also take a look at AOL's acquisition of the Huffington Post. What are the implications for a new age of online news and the future of the reporting profession?

Direct download: Culture_Wars_02-10-11.wma
Category:general -- posted at: 1:32pm EST

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