Tag: C-SPAN

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I spoke with my co-author at the New York Military Affairs Symposium on 5/5. C-SPAN recorded it and will be playing it this Saturday: Global Positioning System History Authors Richard Easton and Eric Frazier discuss the history and evolution of global positioning system, or GPS. Preview Open

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@cbtoderakamamatoad,@kelsurprise, @johnnydubya, @pjs As I mentioned in a March post, I’m speaking on GPS: American Invention, Global Impact at the New York Military Affairs Symposium on 5/5.  The talk will be from 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm at The Soldiers Sailors Club 283 Lexington Avenue (between 36th and 37th Streets).  We just heard last night that C-SPAN plans to […]

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Three C-SPAN Videos Relevant to 2016

 

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The C-SPAN Video Library includes a unique archive of conversation about politics and policy. Here are three author interviews with particular relevance to the 2016 campaign, each in a different way.

Ann Coulter’s interview summarizes her new book, Adios America, which has already impacted the race, and not just by influencing Donald Trump’s campaign. Coulter delves into the sensitive subject of exactly who the “undocumented” are, and whence they came. Her claim is that while past generations arrived legally with ambition and a taste for freedom, we are now being deluged with less productive peasants with an appetite for government benefits.

C-SPAN’s Conversation with Tim Groseclose

 

Earlier this year, the folks from C-SPAN’s Book TV sat down with Ricochet’s own Tim Groseclose to discuss his book Left Turn: How Liberal Media Bias Distorts the American Mind, preview his subsequent volume (since released), Cheating: An Insider’s Report on the Use of Race in Admissions at UCLAand explain why Professor Groseclose was leaving Southern California behind for a new academic home on the East Coast.

Watch the video here.