Here are some websites I frequent:
The Capital Times
Talking Points Memo
New York Times
9/22/13 - Last Show of Summer
Stu reads Birmingham, 1963 - Karl Fleming, Life Magazine (from Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism, 1941-1973, Library of America)
Parks Superintendent Kevin Briski and Parks Board President David Wallner
State Sen. Kathleen Vinehourt (D-Alma), remarks at Fighting Bob Fest 2013.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), remarks to Fighting Bob Fest 2013
112 years ago today, President William McKinley lay mortlly wounded from an anarchist's bullets. We'll look back on the early days of American imperialism with Scott Miler, author of "The President and the Assassin: McKinley, Terror and Empire at the Dawn of the American Century.
9/1/13 - Timely topics on the table.
Bridget O'Farrell, She Was One Of Us: Eleanor Roosevelt and the American Worker
Music: New Morning, Maggie's Farm (Dylan); Pay Me My Money Down (Springsteen); Sixteen Tons (Sidran)
Timothy Slekar, Dean of the School of Education, Edgewood College, and a national leader against corporate education "reform."
Music: School Day (Berry); Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl (Grateful Dead); Back in the USA (Ronstadt)
Award-winning investigtive reporter Jeremy Scahill on his explosive and important new movie, Dirty Wars, now playing at Sundance 608.
From the archives: A birthday interview with Dr. Jazz, Ben Sidran, on his book, There Was A Fire: Jews, Music and the American Dream.
8/4/13 - The Middle of the Days Between
It's the first week of August, so we mark the coming and going of Jerome John Garcia.
Jon Wiener explores Gore Vidal's FBI files (see the current issue of The Nation.)
Mario Livio, Brilliant Blunders: From Darwin to Einstein, Colossal Mistakes by Great Scientists that Changed Our Understanding Of Life and the Universe.
Laurence Zuckerman discusses his essay in the current issue of The Nation, FDR's Jewish Problem.
Janel Heinrich, Director, Public Health Madison & Dane County
To combat ABC's unfortunate decision to name vaccine quack Jenny McCarthy a co-host of The View, a replay of our in-depth conversation with Seth Mnookin, The Panic Virus: A True Story of Medicine, Science and Fear. Also, talking guitars with David Mathias.
Conclusion of conversation with Thomas Fleming, A Disease in the Public Mind: A New Understanding of Why We Fought the Civil War
7/7/2013 - Special Battle of Gettysburg Sesquicentennial Episode
11:30 Jen Voichick, Director, Habitat ReStore
11:45 Reading of the Declaration of Independence