For today’s episode, we look to the future with an eye to politics, tech, society, and humanity. First, Greg Palast stops by the studio as part of his three-day visit to Madison for the 18th annual Fighting Bob Fest. He outlines his opposition to siting F-35 jets in Madison—or anywhere—and briefly talks Trump, 2020, and […]
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Three panelists with expertise in media, political reporting and the news industry will engage in a public discussion about journalism ethics and the special challenges of covering politics in highly polarized times. The panelists are: • David Folkenflik is the New York City-based media correspondent for NPR News and […]
The Senate voted not to confirm the leaders of the elections and elections commissions — Mike Haas and Brian Bell. But it’s not entirely clear if that means the two men are out of a job. The DOJ report recommended disciplinary action for some of the Government Accountability Board workers, who they consider responsible for […]
For terminally ill patients, often one of the last willful acts of good that can be performed is the donation of organs to save others’ lives. But a complex intersection of time constraints, ethical standards, and legal definitions can sometimes make it difficult to achieve a successful transplantation.
Have you considered the ethical and moral standings of our interactions with animals? Tune in for this APA to learn more about this topic!