What’s next for Governor Walker now that he has dropped from the presidential race? Today host Allen Ruff talks with the Ruth Conniff, editor of The Progressive Magazine, to discuss Walker’s exit from the Republican list of Presidential candidates and related state and national issues.
Today host Karma Chavez talks with Shereen Yousuf, a PhD student in communication arts at UW-Madison who studies representations of Muslims, about the recent anti-Muslim incidents and comments from Ahmed Mohamed to Donald Trump, and Islamophobia in the contemporary public sphere.
What is the status on the Judge Doyle Square project? What are the benefits? What are the risks? Today on A Public Affair Carousel Bayrd talks with District 15 Alder David Ahrens on why he opposes the project.
What changes await the Madison School District and Madison Teachers Inc updated employee handbook? Today guest host Bert Zipperer talks with MTI members Sara Bringman and Doug Keillor to discuss the new handbook and union changes in effect this July.
How did Henry Kissinger affect foreign policy in the 20th century? What are the long-term impacts from his run as Secretary of State? Today Allen Ruff talks with Greg Grandin to discuss this and his new book “Kissinger’s Shadow.”