Eliot Spitzer: Justice Departments Lanny Breuer Steps Down
January 24, 2013
On today’s show former New York Governor and Slate columnist Eliot Spitzer on the retirement of Lanny Breuer after a devastating Frontline expose, Untouchables, on the Justice Departments handling of Wall Street fraud. Tune in at noon!
Terence Keel, Assistant Professor of History and Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, joins us to discuss his book, Divine Variations:
How Christian Thought Became Racial Science.
On today's show: Dr. Ronny Jackson was nicknamed "the Candy Man" at the White House ...
Rachel Heiman, associate professor of anthropology at The New School, joins us to discuss her book, Driving after Class: Anxious Times in an American Suburb.
On today's show: Mitt Romney heckles Russell Westbrook at NBA playoff game, isn't doing so hot in the Utah Senate primary.
The main show, which is available to everyone live and via podcast, is 40 minutes packed full of news, insightful commentary and intelligent interviews with some of the most respected minds in politics and world affairs.