When I read a story to listeners over the air, I get to discover something new alongside them — experiencing amusement, dismay, or a range of other emotions we typically have when sharing with friends.
For Your Ears Only - March 18th, 2012
II. AFGHAN OUTRAGE
Lawrence Korb, Center for American Progress senior fellow, Reagan administration assistant secretary of defense
III. THE PERSISTENCE OF NEWT
Craig Shirley, Republican strategist, Ronald Reagan biographer, author of "December 1941: 31 Days that Changed America and Saved the World" (Thomas Nelson)
IV. TRANSPORTATION CONFRONTATION
Marc Scribner, Competitive Enterprise Institute transportation policy expert
V. WALL STREET: PARTING SHOT
Daniel Gross, economics editor /columnist at Yahoo! Finance
VI. SUPER-VILLAIN A.I.
Ted Bell, spy novelist, author of "Phantom" (William Morrow, March 20), first Cambridge University writer-in-residence, Department of Politics and International Studies visiting scholar
VIII. ARCHIVE: OLD SONGS FOR YOUNG EARS - 11/6/11 - Dedicated to Donald Smith