On this week’s Media Project, Alan, Ira and Judy talk about the a listener letter on whether sex sells in journalism, is the White House Holiday Party for journalists ethical, a new Pew study on trust in the press, and more.[Continue reading...] about #1384: Journalistic Ethics At The White House Holiday Party
On this week’s Gazette: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the legislature face a structural deficit of more than 4 billion dollars, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on Governor Cuomo saying the GOP tax cut plan is a political attack on NY and other blue states, and the state comptroller heads to […][Continue reading...] about #1749: Is The GOP Tax Plan An Attack On Blue States?
Since the end of the Civil War to the current trend of charter schools and vouchers, the American education system has been under pressure to integrate and provide and equal school experience for all. And for a while it was working. Today on the Best of Our Knowledge, we’ll talk to the head of American […][Continue reading...] about #1420: “Cutting School”
WAMC’s Alan Chartock speaks with E.J McMahon, Adjunct Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and Research Director of the Empire Center for Public Policy.[Continue reading...] about #1749 – E.J. McMahon
Our Alan Chartock In Conversation with Historian and Professor Ivan Steen about what people heard the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, over their radios.[Continue reading...] about Pearl Harbor Over The Radio Documentary
On this week’s 51%, a Massachusetts artist returns to Armenia to empower women in an ancient art and we tune in to an essay about a lockdown drill. Massachusetts artist Suzi Banks Baum returned to Armenia in November to continue leading her “New Illuminations,” a workshop that introduces Armenian women to the art of book making, an […][Continue reading...] about #1480: Armenian Women Take Up An Ancient Art, Storyteller Experiences Lockdown Drill