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D'Antoni & Levine

D'Antoni and Levine


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Politics and culture with Washington D.C- based reporter Art Levine and Tom D'Antoni Oregon-based writer and TV producer

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Join Art and Tom and their guest Isaiah J. Poole, executive editor of OurFuture.org, the website of Campaign for America's Future. He has been a journalist for more than 25 years, most recently at Congressional Quarterly,... more

Walter Shapiro of Salon.com will join us in the first half hour. He is Salon's Washington Bureau chief, a former political columnist for USA Today, and author of the delightful "One-Car Caravan: On the Road With the 2004... more

Join Art and Tom and their guest comedian Auggie Smith (www.auggiesmith.com). We're not exactly sure what's going to happen, but we guarantee it'll be funny. We'll also remember George Carlin by toasting the... more

Although Obama has promised a form of universal health care, it is also a state and local issue. Learn what Oregon, always a leader in new thinking...is thinking! Liz Baxter from Oregon's Archimedes Movement (www.wecandobetter.com)... more

Now the the Presidential campaign is on, join Art and Tom and guest Jason Rosenbaum from www.theseminal.com. Jason Rosenbaum is a writer, musician, and activist currently residing in Washington D.C. He is interested in the... more

In the first half-hour our guest will be Jay Cost who runs the Horse Race Blog for Real Clear Politics talking about Obama's chances in November,what obstacles he will have to overcome to beat McCain and what he must do to heal the rift... more

Tom and Art are joined by Firesign Theatre's Phil Proctor in a politically humourous discussion of political humor. Has reality caught up with satire? In the second half of the show Sarah Posner, author of "God's Profits" and a columnist... more

For a change, the nation turned its weary Primary eyes to the NW. For once, Oregon had a say in who wins. What is it about Oregon that makes it a "good government" state and always willing to try a new way? Our guest is Steve... more

The recent US Supreme Court decision to allow Indiana to ask for specific kinds of ID's is beginning to cause other states to think they can block voting rights, looking at Missouri, and other states,and other schemes already on the books to... more

This will be our permanent time slot. Now that the Indiana and North Carolina primaries are over...what did we learn? Can Obama win enough white voters to beat McCain? Our guest is Ian Fried, a political analyst in Washington, DC.... more

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