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#1333 An Examination of Fear, Anger, Forgiveness and Grace (and Mr. Rogers)

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Air Date: 2–2-2020

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Today we take a look at the relationship between fear, anger and how to deal with the structural forces of harm in our society. To help us, we examine two of the greatest thinkers of the past 65 years, Martin Luther King Jr. and Mister Rogers, and go beyond the nonviolence of King and interrogate Mr. Roger's insistence on liking everyone just the way they are.

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#1332 Old Wounds, New Wounds (Democratic Primary)

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Air Date: 1–29-2020

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Today we take a look at the flurry of controversy around the Democratic Primary race, once again exposing multiple rifts within the party along both ideological and gender lines.

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#1331 A look into our frightening, fiery future (Australia Bushfires)

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Air Date: 1–25-2020

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Today we take a look at the climatic, political and social dynamics at play that have helped set the country of Australia ablaze both literally and figuratively.

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#1330 Facing an Irrational Foe (Trump escalates tension with Iran)

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Air Date: 1–22-2020

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Today we take a look at the history of US tensions with Iran and the reality that it has been the irrationality of multiple Republican administrations working hand-in-glove with the far-right government of Israel that has thwarted any chance of peace.

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#1329 Our Longest War Has Been a Lie All Along (The Afghanistan Papers)

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Air Date: 1–18-2020

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Today we take a look at The Afghanistan Papers which reveal in stark detail much of what the anti-war movement has known or strongly suspected since the beginning. Going beyond the scope of The Pentagon Papers of the Vietnam War era, The Afghanistan Papers feature interviews and documentation from top-ranking officials admitting from the start that they had no idea what they were doing in Afghanistan.

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