In which we admit that we don’t have the pun capacity for a successful April Fool’s parody, and President George W. Bush shows off his geo-political / artistic talents.
Shaun McCutcheon: ‘I Can’t Understand Why Anyone Would Want To Limit The Free Speech Of Rich People’April 3, 2014
The lead plaintiff in McCutcheon vs. F.E.C. tells us how he’s feeling after his Supreme Court victory.
On the run and trying avoid family and friends? Yes — there’s a smartphone app to help you do just that.
A few words about comments and Internet communities, plus a whole mess of conscious uncoupling. You’re welcome in advance.
Remembering war reporter, author and frequent On Point Radio guest Jonathan Schell, who passed away this week at age 70.
As the number of dead in the Oso, Washington mudslide disaster countinue to mount, take a look at the ground game in Washington state.
The President spoke in Brussels, Belgium today in a joint press conference with leaders of the European Union. CBS News’ Major Garrett was there, and brings us this report.
Where did Chinese tech giants Alibaba and Tencent get their very English — and kind of unusual — names? We looked into it with Quartz reporter Lily Kuo.
In light of the pending “Orca Welfare and Safety Act” currently in debate, representatives from SeaWorld provided us with this prepared statement.
Where do you look when you’re trying to find a good children’s book? Do you turn to the books of your childhood? Do you turn to Reading Rainbow’s LeVar Burton? We did both, and the results are right here.
We had LeVar Burton on to talk books this week, plus a bunch of really moving and powerful original poetry. Internet, make this week explode already. (Plus, Duke lost. Not everybody can win all the time).
There’s no easy answer for how and why to engage in serious prison reform in this country, but NCPR reporter Brian Mann has a good handle on the potential and possibility.
If our program on Syria’s human rights crisis compelled you to donate for Syrian relief efforts, here’s included a list of links and info for easy donation.
Our guest Malcolm London might only be 20 years old, but he delivers a powerful poetic punch, Hear London read some of his work and read some of his moving original poetry.