Monthly Archives: December 2011

Interpreting the Constitution in the digital era

Fresh Air’s Terry Gross has an excellent interview with Jeffrey Rosen, a George Washington University law professor, on new technologies and our Constitution. As the story notes, “GPS monitors can track your every movement. Brain scans can now see lies … Continue reading

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Sesame Street goes to Afghanistan

The popular children‘s program is designed especially for Afghan children! (photo from the Telegraph)

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A firsthand view of Cuba

To get a better idea of what Cuba is like, here is a video of Carlos Eire, the Riggs Professor of History and Religious Studies at Yale, where talks about his experiences both in Cuba, and his transition to life … Continue reading

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