“It’s sad and ironic that a nation founded by those fleeing religious persecution is now passing laws to discriminate against others based on religion,” says Philadelphia City Council candidate Sherrie Cohen . All right, let’s see: (1) Who was allowed to vote in 17th-century Massachusetts Bay? (2) What happened to Quakers who. Read More
In Colman McCarthy’s new book Teaching Peace: Students Exchange Letters with Their Teacher , we read that Ralph Nader purchased 1200 copies of my book with Murray Polner, We Who Dared to Say No to War: American Antiwar Writing from 1812 to Now , so they could be distributed to students. I talked to Ralph Nader on episode 202 of my podcast .
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UPDATE: Solved! Thank you. Can someone please lend me a hand? Below is a graphical depiction of a short audio snippet with me in one channel and someone else in the other. Leaving aside the point that my level is too low, how do I. Read More
I wrote the foreword to Connor Boyack’s new book Feardom: How Politicians Exploit Your Emotions and What You Can Do to Stop Them . With Connor’s permission, I reproduce it below. (Connor discussed the book as a guest on my show this week.) We are told that what makes our system great is that we make political decisions through rational discussion, not the arbitrary fiat. Read More
I had a nice chat with the African-American Conservatives BlogTalkRadio show this week. We covered a variety of topics, including foreign policy, where my views are probably controversial for them. But the conversation was pleasant and cordial. In fact, with their permission, I made it into an. Read More