Archive for April 2014

Aereo vs. Broadcasters; Deportations Protest; Sunday Talk Shows Lose Luster; Wizards Win!

April 23, 2014 - 12:08 PM
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Washington Post opinion blogger Alyssa Rosenberg offered analysis of the Aereo case now before the Supreme Court.

We talked with an immigration reform activist about the deportation protests occurring outside the White House.

Politico's Dylan Byers looked at the demise of the Sunday talk show.

And SportsTalk's Alex Parker discussed the Wizards big playoff win over the Bulls.

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Autism Awareness; Surge in DC Violence; Howard Lin For Congress; Does Golf Need Fixing?

April 22, 2014 - 09:31 AM
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Tonia Ferguson of the Autism Society discussed Autism Awareness month.

Peaceoholics co-founder Ron Moten talked about the surge in violent crime in DC.

Howard Lind discussed his bid to succeed Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va).

And PGA pro Mike Aldridge weighed in on proposals to reverse the decline in golf.

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Del. Tom Hucker; Jury Duty 101

April 21, 2014 - 01:41 PM
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Delegate Tom Hucker (D-Montgomery) talked about marijuana reform, the minimum wage increase and the House of Cards tax break. (He’s running for the Dist. 5 seat on the County Council.)

UDC law professor Andrew Ferguson discussed jury duty. He wrote and narrated a new video local jurors will see when they report for jury duty.

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