Was the American Revolution a fight to secure freedom for all or a fight to preserve bondage for some? Almost since the moment the first bullets flew, arguments about the causes of the Revolution have proliferated. Join us as we search for answers, and explore the complex and contentious ways that American historians have built on the work of their predecessors, revising and clarifying the story of our nation’s past.
FiveThirtyEight copy editor Maya Sweedler makes the case that the first woman to reach the highest office won’t be a Democrat.
Resumoj kaj pripensoj pri la malkaŝoj de Edward Snowden
Iom pli ol tri jaroj post la malkaŝoj de Edward Snowden, avertinformanto laborinta por la Usonaj sekretaj servoj,
ni resumas la aferon. Ni rakontas la historion kaj ne sukcesas jam dume deflankiĝi al diskuto pri la signifo de la malkaŝoj kaj la danĝero de tro potencaj sekretaj servoj. La debato tri jarojn post la malkaŝo ne haltu sed plivigliĝu.
Al Franken talks to Conan about his resignation, Trump’s impeachment inquiry, and his future.
Scott Dworkin - .@RepSwalwell’s questioning was phenomenal. He was one of the first Members of Congress to recognize the Russian threat and take it seriously. He is a true patriot. I’m glad he’s on our side. That side being America.
.@RepSwalwell’s questioning was phenomenal. He was one of the first Members of Congress to recognize the Russian threat and take it seriously. He is a true patriot. I’m glad he’s on our side. That side being America. https://t.co/kI4SoFz6Jl
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Sacha Baron Cohen is the well-deserved recipient of ADL’s International Leadership Award, which goes to exceptional individuals who combine professional success with a profound personal commitment to community involvement and to crossing borders and barriers with a message of diversity and equal opportunity.
Over 100 years ago Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis wrote: “Sunlight is said to be the best disinfectant.” Through his alter egos, many of whom represent anti-Semites, racists and neo-Nazis, Baron Cohen shines a piercing light on people’s ignorance and biases.
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Michael Rapaport thought he was going to be a professional basketball player. That didn’t happen, but Michael happily surprised himself with an acting career that saw him working alongside childhood heroes and legendary directors. Michael and Marc talk about all of it, even if Michael gets sidetracked thinking about sitting where the President once sat.
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Gallagher is the first guest to ever walk out on Marc in the middle of an interview. You’ll hear how it got to that point as the famed watermelon-smasher defends .
Gallagher walks out of WTF with Marc Maron, episode 145, Jan 31 2011 02/10/2013 - Turned off comments ‘cause people fighting over Youtube comments is .
Marc Maron in studio discussing the Gallagher interview from WTF. With Joe DeRosa, Jimmy’s out for the day. ———————- 07-25-2011.
Excerpt from The Best Show on WFMU with Tom Scharpling (Jan 5, 2010) Patton Oswalt and Tom Scharpling discuss how Gallagher transitioned from a goofy .
Stanford Graduate School of Business PhD alum Kathleen Eisenhardt, a professor at Stanford University’s School of Engineering, studied how product development teams burdened by a complicated set of rules frequently derail while teams with no rules at all never even get started.
Kathleen Eisenhardt, a professor of management science and engineering at Stanford, explains the advantages of developing simple rules for business and life, sharing examples from industries ranging from startups to sports and entertainment. Eisenhardt, who teaches in Stanford’s School of Engineering, co-wrote the 2015 book "Simple Rules: How to Thrive in a Complex World."
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