Sunday, June 12, 2011

Today in Podcast - 12 June 2011

Notes On History
You’d Think Being Remembered Would Be a Perk of the Office
Rutherford B. Hayes. James G. Blaine. Chester A. Arthur. One of these three men was never President of the United States (though he wanted to be), but most Americans wouldn’t know which one. Today we’re going to look over the post Civil War presidencies and look at why we just don’t remember these men. Even the one with Mutton Chops
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Irshad Manji
Irshad Manji has been inspiring - and infuriating - people with her thoughts on Islam for the better part of the last decade. And with the release of her second book, Allah, Liberty and Love, she is continuing along her path of what she calls her "dare-devil expedition".
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Veertien Achttien
Paolo Monelli en de besmeurde sneeuwvelden
Oostenrijkers en Italianen bekampen elkaar in de Trentino op grote hoogte. 'Hier te moeten sterven lijkt men op een veroordeelde die in het geniep wordt gewurgd', peinst Alpenjager Paolo Monelli
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