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Sarah Posner (sarahposner.com, God's Profits) and Sean Faircloth (Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science, Attack of the Theocrats)

On The Posner Show, Sarah speaks with Sean Faircloth, author of the new book Attack of the Theocrats. They discuss why the separation of church and state makes Rick Santorum want to throw up, whether the Democrats are blowing it by saying the contraception “controversy” is about women’s health without addressing religious freedom head on, and how so many religious exemptions get written into laws. Plus: Should Mitt Romney be asked about his underwear?

Recorded:Feb 27    Posted:Feb 28, 2012
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The Posner Show | Feb 28, 2012 | Sarah Posner & Sean Faircloth

The Posner Show

Are Americans losing patience with Israel?

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Sarah Posner and Daniel Seidemann discuss whether Americans are growing frustrated with “sloganeering” about Israel and Jerusalem.   Play entire video

The DMZ

Why Massachusetts may be about to elect a GOP governor

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Bill Scher and Matt Lewis discuss why the famously liberal state tends to elect Republican governors.   Play entire video

Woodruff & Strauss

Silicon Valley’s sexism problem

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Daniel Strauss and Kevin Roose discuss sexism in the tech industry. Plus: Should we welcome our new robot overlords?   Play entire video

Drezburt

Zombies and Ebola

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Daniel Drezner says that his book “Theories of International Politics and Zombies” eerily predicted how Americans would react to Ebola. Plus: The weird politics of Ebola quarantines.   Play entire video

The Glenn Show

“Michael Brown is not Rosa Parks”

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Glenn Loury and Harold Pollack discuss the strategy of trying to build a social justice movement around Brown’s death. Plus: Exacerbating the Ebola epidemic?   Play entire video

Rational Actors

A Republican meltdown in Kansas?

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Kevin Glass and Sam Lachman discuss how midterm races in Kansas are scrambling partisan identities. Plus: The candidate who wouldn’t run a negative ad.   Play entire video

Worldwise

Do Canadians believe that terrorism is “blowback”?

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Robert Wright speaks to Canadian journalist Jonathan Kay about reaction to the attack on Canada’s parliament. Plus: The week that Canada changed forever?   Play entire video

The DMZ

Why the GOP would rather “lose boring”

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Matt Lewis explains his theory about why the Republican establishment prefers bland candidates. Plus: If the GOP wins in 2014, what does it mean for 2016?   Play entire video

Worldwise

How social media is changing Mexican politics

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Mexican journalist Ana Francisca Vega argues that Twitter is empowering Mexican citizens. Plus: Gangster government in Mexico.   Play entire video