Episode

Thursday May 19 2011

May 19, 2011

If this is going to be the last Thursday before the Rapture, we mine as well give those of you leaving us one hell of a Thursday show! We’re assuming guest pickings will be slim after May 21st.

Today, we have not one, but TWO guests! First, we have Eddie Glaude (@esglaude). He is the chair of the Center for African-American Studies and the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African-American Studies at Princeton University. If you haven’t read THIS, you should as he’ll be on to discuss Cornel West.

Our second guest is Matt Duss (@mattduss), who will be calling in live from Tel Aviv! Matt is National Security Policy Analyst at the Center for American Progress and will be joining us to talk President Obama’s Middle East speech.

Cornel West on The Ed Show:

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