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Former New York Times Baghdad bureau chief Margaret Coker spoke about a covert Iraqi intelligence unit that targeted ISIS. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: baghdad, savannah, iraq, georgia, new york, john le carey
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Former Washington Post correspondent John Pomfret recounted how Poland assisted the U.S. in rescuing six intelligence officers in Iraq in the lead-up to Operation Desert Storm and the continued alliance between the two countries. This was a virtual event hosted by the Davis Center at Harvard University. Sponsor: Harvard University | Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Topics: poland, cia, nato, warsaw, washington, europe, iraq, lisbon, hungary, george h.w. bush, pakistan,...
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Retired Senior CIA Operations Officer Douglas London provided an inside look into how he recruited foreign agents prior to and after the September, 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. This was a virtual event hosted by the Middle East Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Middle East Institute
Topics: cia, afghanistan, harold, fbi, white house, nancy, mohammed, doug, russia, united states...
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Lynne Olson recalled the life of Marie-Madeleine Fourcade, the leader of the French Resistance intelligence organization, Alliance, during World War II. The author reported that Fourcade's network supplied vital information during the War and despite being captured twice by the Gestapo, she survived and was involved in postwar French politics. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: france, marie matalin, london, paris, fourcade, europe, washington, britain, gestapo, lynn olson,...
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Erika Robuck, author of "The Invisible Woman," and Stephanie Dray, author of "The Women of Chateau Lafayette," discussed the role of women in World War II. This event is from the virtual Gaithersburg Book Festival. Sponsor: Gaithersburg Book Festival
Topics: virginia, lafayette, stephanie, france, erica, hemingway, maryland, beatrice, fitzgerald, new york,...
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Ann Hagedorn profiled American-born Soviet spy, George Koval, who was able to secure security clearance to the U.S. atomic bomb project and relay confidential information to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. This was a virtual event hosted by the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Sponsor: International Spy Museum
Topics: george, new york, russia, iowa, andrew, manhattan, amanda, moscow, soviet union, columbia,...
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Former New York Times Baghdad bureau chief Margaret Coker spoke about a covert Iraqi intelligence unit that targeted ISIS. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: baghdad, savannah, iraq, georgia, dhec, andrew
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Former Washington Post correspondent John Pomfret recounted how Poland assisted the U.S. in rescuing six intelligence officers in Iraq in the lead-up to Operation Desert Storm and the continued alliance between the two countries. This was a virtual event hosted by the Davis Center at Harvard University. Sponsor: Harvard University | Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
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Retired Senior CIA Operations Officer Douglas London provided an inside look into how he recruited foreign agents prior to and after the September, 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. This was a virtual event hosted by the Middle East Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Middle East Institute
Topics: cia, afghanistan, harold, fbi, white house, muhammad, doug, nancy, china, pentagon, taliban, india,...
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Lynne Olson recalled the life of Marie-Madeleine Fourcade, the leader of the French Resistance intelligence organization, Alliance, during World War II. The author reported that Fourcade's network supplied vital information during the War and despite being captured twice by the Gestapo, she survived and was involved in postwar French politics. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: france, marie madalyn, london, paris, europe, gestapo, lynn olson, washington, fourcade, shanghai,...
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Erika Robuck, author of "The Invisible Woman," and Stephanie Dray, author of "The Women of Chateau Lafayette," discussed the role of women in World War II. This event is from the virtual Gaithersburg Book Festival. Sponsor: Gaithersburg Book Festival
Topics: virginia, lafayette, france, stephanie, cia, erica, erika, maryland, new york, zelda, adrienne,...
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Ann Hagedorn profiled American-born Soviet spy, George Koval, who was able to secure security clearance to the U.S. atomic bomb project and relay confidential information to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. This was a virtual event hosted by the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Sponsor: International Spy Museum
Topics: coval, george coval, new york, russia, iowa, moscow, manhattan, andrew, ccny, dayton, soviet union,...
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Former New York Times Baghdad bureau chief Margaret Coker spoke about a covert Iraqi intelligence unit that targeted ISIS. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: baghdad, savannah, iraq, new york, georgia
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Former Washington Post correspondent John Pomfret recounted how Poland assisted the U.S. in rescuing six intelligence officers in Iraq in the lead-up to Operation Desert Storm and the continued alliance between the two countries. This was a virtual event hosted by the Davis Center at Harvard University. Sponsor: Harvard University | Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Topics: poland, cia, nato, warsaw, europe, washington, iraq, bosnia, sarajevo, eu, kuwait, pakistan, john,...
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Retired Senior CIA Operations Officer Douglas London provided an inside look into how he recruited foreign agents prior to and after the September, 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. This was a virtual event hosted by the Middle East Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Middle East Institute
Topics: cia, afghanistan, harold, doug, fbi, white house, mohammed, nancy, russia, united states...
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Lynne Olson recalled the life of Marie-Madeleine Fourcade, the leader of the French Resistance intelligence organization, Alliance, during World War II. The author reported that Fourcade's network supplied vital information during the War and despite being captured twice by the Gestapo, she survived and was involved in postwar French politics. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: france, fourcade, degaulle, london, paris, britain, europe, gestapo, lynne olson, washington,...
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Erika Robuck, author of "The Invisible Woman," and Stephanie Dray, author of "The Women of Chateau Lafayette," discussed the role of women in World War II. This event is from the virtual Gaithersburg Book Festival. Sponsor: Gaithersburg Book Festival
Topics: virginia, stephanie, france, lafayette, erika, adrienne, maryland, erica, beatrice chandler, new...
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Ann Hagedorn profiled American-born Soviet spy, George Koval, who was able to secure security clearance to the U.S. atomic bomb project and relay confidential information to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. This was a virtual event hosted by the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Sponsor: International Spy Museum
Topics: koval, new york, andrew, george koval, manhattan, russia, moscow, iowa, ccny, columbia, dayton,...
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Former New York Times Baghdad bureau chief Margaret Coker spoke about a covert Iraqi intelligence unit that targeted ISIS. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: baghdad, savannah, iraq, georgia, new york, margaret coker
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Former Washington Post correspondent John Pomfret recounted how Poland assisted the U.S. in rescuing six intelligence officers in Iraq in the lead-up to Operation Desert Storm and the continued alliance between the two countries. This was a virtual event hosted by the Davis Center at Harvard University. Sponsor: Harvard University | Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Topics: poland, cia, nato, warsaw, washington, europe, iraq, lisbon, hungary, george h.w. bush, pakistan,...
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Retired Senior CIA Operations Officer Douglas London provided an inside look into how he recruited foreign agents prior to and after the September, 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. This was a virtual event hosted by the Middle East Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Middle East Institute
Topics: afghanistan, cia, harold, fbi, white house, mohammed, nancy, doug, russia, united states...
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Georgetown University law professor and former public defender Kristin Henning argued that adolescent behavior by children of color is criminalized by institutional mechanisms in our judicial system. This was part of the 2022 Gaithersburg Book Festival in Maryland. Sponsor: Gaithersburg Book Festival
Topics: brown, baltimore, kevin, washington, henning, kristen, columbine, georgetown, paul butler,...
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Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein argued that the lack of general civics knowledge by Millennials poses a threat to America's political and social institutions. He was interviewed by the Federalist's culture editor Emily Jashinsky. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: obama, white house, wagner, gettysburg, emily, steve allen, google, mediacom, washington, sean...
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Former U.S. Marine Jerad Alexander shared his insights on growing up in a military family and his service. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: vietnam, hunter, iraq, tim o'brien, eddie gallagher, san francisco, pacific, michael hare, matar,...
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Comedian Michael Ian Black shared his thoughts on masculinity and how to prepare young boys to be better men. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: new york, savannah, michael, michael ian black, michael showalter, elaine showalter
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Bradford Pearson told the story of the Japanese Americans held at an internment camp in Wyoming during World War ll and how their sons, during their incarceration, played for an undefeated high school football team. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: wyoming, los angeles, california, pearl harbor, new york, la, seattle, franklin delano roosevelt,...
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Trystan Reese spoke about his pregnancy, family, and LGBTQ parenthood as a transgender man. This virtual program was hosted by Powell's Books in Portland. Sponsor: Powell's Books
Topics: triston, haley, lucas, l.a., andrew, new york, portland, oregon, philadelphia
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Georgetown University law professor and former public defender Kristin Henning argued that adolescent behavior by children of color is criminalized by institutional mechanisms in our judicial system. This was part of the 2022 Gaithersburg Book Festival in Maryland. Sponsor: Gaithersburg Book Festival
Topics: brown, baltimore, kevin, washington, henning, columbine, baltimore city
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Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein argued that the lack of general civics knowledge by Millennials poses a threat to America's political and social institutions. He was interviewed by the Federalist's culture editor Emily Jashinsky. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: gettysburg, white house, obama
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Former U.S. Marine Jerad Alexander shared his insights on growing up in a military family and his service. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: hells angels, hunter, vietnam, iraq, san francisco
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Comedian Michael Ian Black shared his thoughts on masculinity and how to prepare young boys to be better men. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: michael, michael ian black, savannah georgia
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Bradford Pearson told the story of the Japanese Americans held at an internment camp in Wyoming during World War ll and how their sons, during their incarceration, played for an undefeated high school football team. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: l.a., wyoming, los angeles, california, seattle, pearl harbor, bradford pearson, comcast,...
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Trystan Reese spoke about his pregnancy, family, and LGBTQ parenthood as a transgender man. This virtual program was hosted by Powell's Books in Portland. Sponsor: Powell's Books
Topics: haley, l.a., portland, lucas, canada, andrew, kaiser, comcast, bradford pearson
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New York Post columnist Naomi Schaefer Riley took a critical look at the U.S. foster care system and argued that it serves adults and activists more than children. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
Topics: naomi, foster, emily, new york, comcast, jeremy, arkansas
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Georgetown University law professor and former public defender Kristin Henning argued that adolescent behavior by children of color is criminalized by institutional mechanisms in our judicial system. This was part of the 2022 Gaithersburg Book Festival in Maryland. Sponsor: Gaithersburg Book Festival
Topics: brown, baltimore, kevin, georgetown, kristin, washington, henning, columbine, d.c.
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Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein argued that the lack of general civics knowledge by Millennials poses a threat to America's political and social institutions. He was interviewed by the Federalist's culture editor Emily Jashinsky. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: obama, silicon valley, google, white house
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Former U.S. Marine Jerad Alexander shared his insights on growing up in a military family and his service. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: hells angels, vietnam, hunter, iraq, pacific, michael herr, eddie gallagher, new york, san...
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Comedian Michael Ian Black shared his thoughts on masculinity and how to prepare young boys to be better men. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: savannah, michael, michael ian black, georgia, new york, michael showalter
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Bradford Pearson told the story of the Japanese Americans held at an internment camp in Wyoming during World War ll and how their sons, during their incarceration, played for an undefeated high school football team. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: los angeles, pearl harbor, wyoming, california, eagles, bradford pearson, new york, l.a., seattle,...
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Trystan Reese spoke about his pregnancy, family, and LGBTQ parenthood as a transgender man. This virtual program was hosted by Powell's Books in Portland. Sponsor: Powell's Books
Topics: haley, lucas, canada, new york, la, kaiser, kansas city, andrew solomon, portland, trystan, andrew,...
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New York Post columnist Naomi Schaefer Riley took a critical look at the U.S. foster care system and argued that it serves adults and activists more than children. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
Topics: naomi, new york, foster, emily, naomi schaefer
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Georgetown University law professor and former public defender Kristin Henning argued that adolescent behavior by children of color is criminalized by institutional mechanisms in our judicial system. This was part of the 2022 Gaithersburg Book Festival in Maryland. Sponsor: Gaithersburg Book Festival
Topics: brown, baltimore, kevin, washington, georgetown, columbine, d.c., kristin henning, kristen,...
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Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein argued that the lack of general civics knowledge by Millennials poses a threat to America's political and social institutions. He was interviewed by the Federalist's culture editor Emily Jashinsky. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: obama, wagner, gettysburg, jack kerouac, steve allen, google, robespierre
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Former U.S. Marine Jerad Alexander shared his insights on growing up in a military family and his service. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: hells angels, vietnam, hunter, tim o'brien, eddie gallagher, iraq, san francisco, michael hare, new...
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Comedian Michael Ian Black shared his thoughts on masculinity and how to prepare young boys to be better men. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: mediacom, savannah, new york, michael showalter, michael, georgia, elaine showalter
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Bradford Pearson told the story of the Japanese Americans held at an internment camp in Wyoming during World War ll and how their sons, during their incarceration, played for an undefeated high school football team. The Savannah Book Festival in Georgia hosted this program. Sponsor: Savannah Book Festival
Topics: wyoming, los angeles, california, pearl harbor, new york, la, seattle, franklin delano roosevelt,...
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Trystan Reese spoke about his pregnancy, family, and LGBTQ parenthood as a transgender man. This virtual program was hosted by Powell's Books in Portland. Sponsor: Powell's Books
Topics: triston, haley, lucas, l.a., andrew, canada, new york, kaiser, portland, comcast
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New York Post columnist Naomi Schaefer Riley took a critical look at the U.S. foster care system and argued that it serves adults and activists more than children. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
Topics: foster, naomi, aei, naomi schaefer riley, emily yoffe, emily, new york, cps
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Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem spoke about the challenges journalists face today and the future of a free press in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: brian, white house, reagan, donald trump, washington, henry, walter cronkite, zachary, sam...
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, joe biden, new york, bush, washington, trump, russia, hillary clinton, stacey abrams,...
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Former Obama administration Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer offered his thoughts on how the Left can fight political disinformation. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this event. Sponsor: Midtown Scholar Bookstore
Topics: new york, obama, donald trump, biden, pennsylvania, barack obama, hillary clinton, bernie sanders,...
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Newsweek deputy opinion editor Batya Ungar-Sargon argued that journalism, once a blue-collar profession, is now largely a profession for elites who push radical ideas and are out of touch with mainstream Americans. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
Topics: batya, virginia, new york, aei, jordan peterson, american enterprise institute, europe, jason...
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Peter Richardson looked at the writing life of Hunter S. Thompson, from his early influences to his embrace of 'Gonzo' journalism. This was a virtual program hosted by City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco. Sponsor: City Lights Bookstore
Topics: san francisco, thompson, hunter thompson, hunter, peter, nixon, warren hinkle, david, warren, peter...
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Fox News host Jesse Watters provided a critique of left-wing activists and the policies they support. This event was hosted by the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Topics: jesse, california, jennifer, dana perino, juan williams, trump
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Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem spoke about the challenges journalists face today and the future of a free press in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: washington, donald trump, white house, reagan, walter cronkite
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, bush, joe biden, stacy abrams, biden, russia, ari fleischer, washington, trump,...
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Former Obama administration Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer offered his thoughts on how the Left can fight political disinformation. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this event. Sponsor: Midtown Scholar Bookstore
Topics: obama, white house, hillary clinton, pennsylvania, donald trump, aoc, biden, barack obama, bernie...
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Newsweek deputy opinion editor Batya Ungar-Sargon argued that journalism, once a blue-collar profession, is now largely a profession for elites who push radical ideas and are out of touch with mainstream Americans. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
Topics: new york, virginia, newsweek, harper, jordan peterson, american enterprise institute, aei, iraq,...
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Peter Richardson looked at the writing life of Hunter S. Thompson, from his early influences to his embrace of 'Gonzo' journalism. This was a virtual program hosted by City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco. Sponsor: City Lights Bookstore
Topics: thompson, san francisco, hunter thompson, hunter, peter, nixon, david, warren, hells angels,...
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Fox News host Jesse Watters provided a critique of left-wing activists and the policies they support. This event was hosted by the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Topics: california, jesse, jesse watters, new york, limbaugh, greg, jason, kansas city, richard nixon,...
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Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem spoke about the challenges journalists face today and the future of a free press in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: brian, white house, reagan, donald trump, zachary, sam donaldson, missouri, washington, henry,...
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, joe biden, washington, bush, trump, ari fleischer, hillary clinton, russia, stacey...
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Former Obama administration Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer offered his thoughts on how the Left can fight political disinformation. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this event. Sponsor: Midtown Scholar Bookstore
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Newsweek deputy opinion editor Batya Ungar-Sargon argued that journalism, once a blue-collar profession, is now largely a profession for elites who push radical ideas and are out of touch with mainstream Americans. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
Topics: batya, virginia, new york, hayes, newsweek, aei, jordan peterson, atlantic, paraguay, peter, batya...
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Peter Richardson looked at the writing life of Hunter S. Thompson, from his early influences to his embrace of 'Gonzo' journalism. This was a virtual program hosted by City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco. Sponsor: City Lights Bookstore
Topics: san francisco, thompson, hunter, hunter thompson, nixon, peter, warren, scanlon, david, warren...
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Fox News host Jesse Watters provided a critique of left-wing activists and the policies they support. This event was hosted by the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Topics: california, jesse, jesse watters, limbaugh, thompson, jennifer horn, jennifer, dana perino, juan...
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Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem spoke about the challenges journalists face today and the future of a free press in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: brian, white house, donald trump, reagan, henry, walter cronkite, brad, sam donaldson, texas,...
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Former George W. Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer argued that mainstream media has a bias and is dominated by the Left. He was interviewed by Fox News senior political analyst and author Juan Williams. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: donald trump, joe biden, new york, washington, bush, ari fleischer, trump, hillary clinton, russia,...
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Former Obama administration Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer offered his thoughts on how the Left can fight political disinformation. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this event. Sponsor: Midtown Scholar Bookstore
Topics: obama, new york, biden, donald trump, pennsylvania, aoc, white house, trump, hillary clinton,...
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Newsweek deputy opinion editor Batya Ungar-Sargon argued that journalism, once a blue-collar profession, is now largely a profession for elites who push radical ideas and are out of touch with mainstream Americans. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
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[LIVE] The Senate is holding a brief pro forma session during its August recess. No legislative business will take place. Senators will next return for votes on Tuesday, September 6. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
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Newsweek deputy opinion editor Batya Ungar-Sargon argued that journalism, once a blue-collar profession, is now largely a profession for elites who push radical ideas and are out of touch with mainstream Americans. This virtual event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: American Enterprise Institute
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Journalist Glenn Greenwald discussed his latest book, "Securing Democracy," about press freedom in Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro. Mr. Greenwald has lived in Brazil since 2005. He also talked about former Brazilian president Lula, Julian Assange, and liberal media outlets in the United States. This interview was conducted at FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held this year in Las Vegas. Sponsor: FreedomFest
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Author Zachary Karabell looked at the history of private investment firm Brown Brothers Harriman and its role in American wealth. This virtual event was hosted by the Museum of American Finance in New York City. Sponsor: Museum of American Finance
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Peter Goodman, global economics correspondent for the New York Times, profiled billionaires and explained how they became even richer during the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual event was hosted by Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: davos, schwartzman, china, peter, new york, steve schwartzman, washington, europe, san francisco,...
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