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Gabriel Arana (The American Prospect, gabrielarana.com) and Ann Friedman (annfriedman.com, Tomorrow Magazine)

Guest-hosting on The Posner Show, Gabriel talks to Ann about Tomorrow Magazine, which is being produced by laid-off staffers from GOOD and funded via Kickstarter. Ann describes the editorial freedom that comes from not being beholden to advertisers or large donors. How can journalists make dry topics like campaign finance interesting? Are charts and graphs the answer? They next discuss Magic Mike, the strangely fascinating male stripper movie. Does the film objectify men in the way that Hollywood usually objectifies women?

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Recorded:Jul 11    Posted:Jul 12, 2012
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The Posner Show | Jul 12, 2012 | Gabriel Arana & Ann Friedman

The Divided States of America?

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The Wright Show

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Robert Wright and Mickey Kaus debate whether Trump’s tactics are immoral.

The Wright Show

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Robert Wright and Eli Lake debate whether the U.S. has a double standard when it comes to Iran’s support for Syria. Plus: Must Assad go?

The Wright Show

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The Wright Show

The end of “America First”?

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Robert Wright and Jim Lobe on whether Trump’s foreign policy is taking a globalist turn. Plus: Will Trump put troops in Syria?

Drezburt

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Daniel Drezner says the administration’s posturing isn’t credible. Plus: The end of Turkish democracy?

Science Faction

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The DMZ

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