Eric Weiner, award-winning journalist, former foreign correspondent for NPR, and best-selling author of The Geography of Bliss, among others, joined hosts Dennis McCuistion and Jim Falk for a rollicking discussion on his newest work, The Socrates Express, and shared insights from some of our favorite philosophers.
Is anti-Semitism still an issue in the U.S. and elsewhere? Our experts, Holly Huffnagle: The American Jewish Committee’s, U.S. Director, for Combating Antisemitism and Sara Abosch Jacobson, Ph.D., Senior Director for Education in the Dallas Holocaust Museum, say absolutely.
Join our hosts, Dennis McCuistion and Jim Falk and guests, on May 1, on KERA, Channel 13 in Dallas, for an insightful look at what trust is, and why it’s so important to conducting business and nurturing relationships.
The chasm dividing and undermining our relationships keeps growing, with each side blaming and demonizing the other without seeing how their own actions have contributed to the situation. What are the solutions to this polarization? Watch the discussion between Robert E. Hall, Chip Pitts, and Terry Paulson, Ph. D.
Phil was a passionate advocate of human rights. He joined us two decades plus years ago for a McCuistion TV program, Liberal, Objectivist, Conservative: Divergent Voices In America.
The program won a Telly Award; an award that showcases the best work in television and video. Each year they receive over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.
I thought you’d enjoy watching this program as it shows very diverse perspectives, without arguing or disrespect. Phil was masterful.
For those of you who have read my second book, The Absent Superpower, recent events in Ukraine should not come as a surprise. Chapter 6, The Twilight War, lays out how Russian geography and demographic realities would dictate Russian aggression in its immediate periphery. This is not a justification of Moscow’s aggression against its neighbor, but international watchers should not be feigning surprise.
While we can point fingers at politics and politicians as having contributed to a sharply divided country, and highly charged media content, especially cable news, what other factors have contributed to the deepening chasm causing issues with our democracy? Watch the discussion between Robert E. Hall, Chip Pitts, and Terry Paulson, Ph. D.