Keith Haley

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1. In the News 2. Austin Sarat talks about his book "Botched Executions" He discusses executions in the United States going back to 1890. Prof. Sarat questions whether the methods we use to execute people can be considered... more

1. In the News 2. Mike Earp and David Fisher talk about the 200+ year history of the U.S. Marshals Service. Today the service acts as the enforcement arm of almost every federal agency in the country - including the DEA, ATF, and FBI.... more

1. In the News. 2. John Rizzo, the man who represented the CIA in the Iran-Contra scandal, talks about his book, [Company Man], in which he presents an inside look at the CIA's evolution from a clandestine organization to one... more

1. In the news 2. Nero Wolfe, Private Detective: "The Missing Book" (Old Time Radio) 3. Book Talke 4. Listener Calls

1. In the News 2. Patrick Ticker, Deputy Editor of The Futurist magazine and Director of Communications for the World Future Society, discusses the availability of copious streams of data and how they make prediction models for... more

1. In the News 2. "Calling All Cars: Thou Shalt Not Kill" A radio show episode from the 1930's concerning traffic safety, enforcement, and deaths 3. Book Talkl 4. Listener Calls

1. In the News 2. H-GAC held another Brown Bag Lunch on March 17, 2014. It Featured Jeff Kaufman, Transportation Operations Coordinator at the Houston-Galveston Area Council. The presentation covered Regional trends for... more

1. In the News 2. Greg Gutfeld discusses his latest book " Not Cool: The Hipster Elite and Their War on You 3. Book Talk: Host Keith Haley describes his new book "Watch TV and Get Fit Too

!. In the News 2. Documentary filmmaker James Barrat talkes about the threat of runaway artificial intelligence. He argues that we are headed into a future in which machines will be able to outhink humans and may eventually view us in the... more

Julia Angwin talks about the many ways that the government, private businesses, and criminals can and do collect our private data. She argues that, due to the pervasiveness of the dragnet system we live in today, we are in danger of... more