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IT BEGINS WITH A STORY: CAPTURING THE EXPERIENCES OF VETERANS

Oral histories and art and print projects are providing opportunities for veterans to tell their stories in ways that invite us to feel what life was like for them. Molly Graham, Oral History Archivist for the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Yvette Pino, U.S. Army Veteran and Founder of the Veteran Print Project, and Desert Storm Veteran… Read more »

STANLEY KUTLER ON NIXON, WATERGATE AND THE NEW NIXON TAPES

This program goes behind the scenes of Watergate with UW Professor Emeritus Stanley Kutler. Forty years ago in June the Watergate break-in occurred which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. No person was more tuned into this event and chronicled it more substantially than Stanley Kutler, Ph.D., the E. Gordon Fox Professor of… Read more »

HOW THE SUPREME COURT SHAPES AMERICAN CULTURE

Guest: Richard Leffler, Ph.D., Editor Emeritus, Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution The Supreme Court has spoken. The Affordable Care Act – the Individual Mandate – is Constitutional. Pages were written on both sides of this opinion, and in the end, Chief Justice, John Roberts, found that is was constitutional under the broad… Read more »

VETERINARY MEDICINE: A MODEL FOR HEALTH CARE

Guest: Ben Nolan, DVM, PhD., Internal Medicine SpecialistVeterinary Emergency Service and Veterinary Specialty Center Also – the latest news from the Dane County Humane Society from Gayle Viney, PR Coordinator If you are an animal lover, this program is filled with good news. Great strides have been made in veterinary medicine which give all of… Read more »

HEALTH CARE REFORM: AN INSURANCE COMPANY INSIDER SPEAKS OUT (An Update)

Guest: Wendell Potter, author of DEADLY SPIN: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans This program originally aired in 2011, shortly after Wendell Potter’s book DEADLY SPIN was published. As we await the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act this month, Wendell Potter… Read more »