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    The Cost of My Faith

    In 2012, Christian baker Jack Phillips was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding in Colorado. The case eventually reached the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Phillips talked about his legal…

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    War on the Border

    Historian Jeff Guinn looked back at the U.S. Army’s “Punitive Expedition” of 1916, a retaliatory attack on Pancho Villa’s forces in Mexico after the guerilla leader’s incursion of Columbus,…

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    The Nazi Spy Ring in America

    Nazi agents tried infiltrating the U.S. in the years leading up to World War II. We heard the story from Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones, author of “The Nazi Spy Ring in America: Hitler’s Agents, the FBI &…

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    Discussion on Global Infrastructure Investment

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies hosted a virtual discussion on infrastructure investment in developing countries.

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    Victory Garden

    This 1942 U.S. Department of Agriculture film promotes Victory Gardens and provides instructions to help citizens grow their own fruits and vegetables at home during World War II.

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    The Art of War in the Age of Peace

    Brookings Institution senior fellow Michael O’Hanlon outlined his vision for the future of American national security policy. This virtual event was hosted by the Brookings Institution in…

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    Iraq War Veteran Richard Todd Oral History Interview

    Richard Todd talked about his service in the U.S. Army National Guard during Operation Iraqi Freedom as well as his time in Afghanistan. This interview is from the Veterans History Project and…

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    History of Supreme Court Robes

    Matthew Hofstedt, associate curator of the Supreme Court of the United States, talked about how black robes became standard for American judges. Preservation Virginia hosted this online…

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    Ethel Rosenberg

    Ethel Rosenberg was executed by the U.S. government in June of 1953, with her husband Julius, for working to give nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War. Anne Sebba, author…

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    The War on Small Business

    Former investment banker Carol Roth argued that government bureaucrats used the COVID*19 pandemic to crush small businesses and make Wall Street richer. This virtual event was hosted by the…

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    Transforming U.S. Defense

    Representative Seth Moulton (D-MA), former Undersecretary for Defense Policy Michele Flournoy, and Jay Dryer, the Defense Department’s Strategic Command Operations director, joined a…

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    Open Phones

    Join us with your calls and comments on social media as we review the latest news headlines out of Washington.

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    The Outlier

    Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Kai Bird reexamined Jimmy Carter’s presidency (1977-1981). This was a virtual event hosted by the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta.

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    Michael Wolff on Landslide

    Author Michael Wolff talked about his book Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency.

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    While Justice Sleeps - A Novel

    Stacey Abrams, voting rights activist and 2018 Democratic nominee for governor of Georgia, talked about her suspense novel, While Justice Sleeps, set within the halls of the U.S. Supreme…

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    U.S. Capitol Ghost Stories

    The U.S. Capitol Historical Society’s Steve Livengood, chief guide and public historian, talked about the ghost stories and legends associated with the seat of Congress. The society hosted…

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    Fawn Sharp on Native American Issues and Biden Administration

    Fawn Sharp, president of the National Congress of American Indians, discussed top public policy issues affecting Native Americans.

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    After Words with Lieutenant Colonel Wayne Phelps

    Drones are used more and more as weapons in combat. Retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Wayne Phelps looks at their impact in combat and their effect on the military units operating them…

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    House Hearing on Modernizing Consumer Protection

    The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection held a hearing with the Lina Khan, chair of the Federal Trade Commission, and her fellow commissioners. They testified…

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    Elected Officials and Journalists Discuss Combating Disinformation

    Elected officials and journalists discussed efforts to combat online disinformation at a virtual event with Freedom House. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R), NewsGuard…

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