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Are the Clintons Enmeshed in Financial Scandal?

Guest: Peter Schweitzer

As you have probably heard, Peter Schweitzer, author of the recent book "Clinton Cash" asserts that they are. Here, as our new weekly podcast is an hour-long discussion with that author. The discussion occurred only last week on the new Milt Rosenberg Show which now appears daily from noon till 2PM on WCGO…

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The Other Christian Gospels

Guest: Elaine Pagels and Bart Ehrman

The four canonical gospels are not the only ones. Recent research and archeology have uncovered gospels attributed to Thomas, Mary, Judas and others. These gospels, found in 1945 at Nag Hamadi in Egypt, suggest that in the early centuries a great competition (and conflict?) raged between what we now know…

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Four Witty Englishmen Look at America

Guest: The "Beyond the Fringe" bunch

No, it's not the group you think it is. It's "Beyond the Fringe" an early post-war group introduced here, in a program about British and American comedy, by Abe Peck who was one of our regulars in the 1980"s. Peter Moore is in the group as are various others who…

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Interegnum

Guest: Milt Rosenberg

That three-dollar word is used here to say that Milt has taken a week off from putting up the new material for this website. And that is largely because of the press of new demands on his time due to the new live radio program that he has launched. He…

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Shrinks and Beyond

Guest: Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman

As many of you know, Milt is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Chicago. Having spent so many decades in the field, he’s often hesitant to discuss it. But this fascinating new book by the highly regarded Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman proved too much to ignore. Listen to these…

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The Roads to Religious Conversion

Guest: three religious converts

These days in the middle east the threat of death at the hands of ISIS is forcing ostensible conversions away from other faiths and into Islam. But, of course, real conversions from one faith to another do occur in other circumstances and often with deep conviction. Here is a memorable…

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Who is the Central Character (After God) in the “Old Testament?”

Guest: Robert Pinsky and Benjamin Sommer

You could, of course, answer Adam or Moses. But for Robert Pinsky, former poet laureate of the United States, it has to be David. So he attests--and reveals why--in this engrossing  conversation with  Judaic historian, Benjamin Sommer, and the fascinated moderator of the program. The extra attraction: Some wonderful  poems about David…

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