Journalist Gary Cohen and attorney Cass Sunstein on this edition of Fresh Air. Gary Cohen's article in this month's Atlantic Monthly is about the World War II case that the Bush administration says sets the precedent for use of military tribunals. Cohen studied 3,000 pages of trial transcripts at the National Archives and the Roosevelt Presidential Library, in Hyde Park, New York, for the article. Cohen is a former member of the investigative unit at U.S. News & World Report. Cass Sunstein will talk about the constitutionality of the Bush administration's plans for military tribunals for Al Qaeda suspects. Sunstein is considered by many to be one of the nation's authorities when it comes to interpreting the US Constitution. He's the author of One Case at a Time: Judicial Minimalism on the Supreme Court. Sunstein teaches at the University of Chicago. (Broadcast date: February 13, 2002) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Terry Gross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/whyy/020213/rt_whyy_020213_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
[Contains explicit content] Susie looks at an article from Vice about people who keep their polyamorous secret to have more poly satisfaction. Then, six members from the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS resign. What's up? And finally, the birth and sex rate plunges in Japan - let's parse the hype and the facts. Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to email@example.com. [Episode 753, July 28, 2017] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/170728/pf_suzy_170728_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
[Contains explicit content] Susie comments on an article in the latest edition of The Atlantic, in which the writer has caught on to why young people are having less sex. Then, it's "New on Audible": Homage to Catalonia is a brilliant radio play that is just what audio is made for. Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Episode 813, November 23, 2018] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/190012/pf_suzy_190012_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Susie begins today's show by looking into a recent BBC news article about a 12-year-old boy who raped his younger sister after watching porn. Are you outraged? Well, Susie says you should be - not at the kid but at the journalists who aren't telling the whole story. It's highly unlikely that viewing porn would prompt such abuse. Susie believes we're not being told vital details and that without giving background and family history, the story is unethical and displays bad reporting. Next, Susie has another example of manipulative journalism. This time it's from Time magazine, and it's about which foods to eat for better sex. Susie says give me a break! The list includes avocados, strawberries, and seafood, and it looks at aphrodisiac claims about these foods. Oh, if it were only that simple. "Can't I grab a fig and get really horny?" Finally, from the "Try This at Home" mailbag, we have a question from a Vassar College listener who read an article in the Huffington Post and wants to know if it's really true. "If anal sex is the latest craze on college campuses, how can I get some?" Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to email@example.com. [Episode 607, March 14, 2014] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/140314/pf_suzy_140314_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In today show, we take a look at autofellatio. Writer Jesse Bering's article in Slate ("So Close, and Yet So Far Away: The contorted history of autofellatio") has Susie wondering what this kind of acrobatic self-pleasure would feel like…. But Susie starts off today by reading a hilarious story from The Onion. This comedy news source spoofs on a new sheath they call "No One's Pleasure". It's a condom for "bitter resentful couples who want to intensify their sexual dissatisfaction". The article includes lines like "the product magnifies personal insecurities and awakens deep-seated, unresolved relationship issues…." Susie loves a good laugh. Next up: self fellatio. Jesse Bering's article indicates that it seems to work better if you're into yoga! The history of achieving this feat has both physical and psychological aspects that Susie finds fascinating. Finally, in our "Try This at Home" mailbag, Susie gets a disturbing letter from a young listener. It's not that she was dumped and is still a virgin that bothers Susie; it's that her letter also hints at pain and scary dreams about being raped. Have a question? You can call Susie's hotline at 831-480-5110. And you can send your confidential questions - plus requests for free samples and blog banners! - to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Episode 497, October 14, 2011] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/111014/pf_suzy_111014_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The US ambassador to China is killed in a suspicious plane crash just days after a news article links Chinese spies to US business interests. The American intelligence community is left scrambling to investigate possible connections between the crash and a series of other high-profile deaths. On the other side of the world, ex-CIA operative Kera Mersal returns to the United States determined to clear her name after being branded a traitor for exposing illegal government surveillance. There, former colleague and fellow fugitive J. D. Jones contacts her with a new assignment: find out who is staging accidents to murder news sources. As the news site continues to publish stories about top-secret CIA programs and Chinese government corruption, Mersal reunites with old allies to uncover the truth and prove her loyalty to her country once and for all. But Mersal's investigations put her on the trail of a sinister hacker whose own motives may influence a vaster - and more deadly - geopolitical conspiracy than either of the world's two largest superpowers is prepared to handle. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Angela Dawe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/007889/bk_brll_007889_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In Debating Fake News: A Guide with Critical Thinking Strategies on How to Extract the Truth from Fake News and Alternative Facts in the Media, you will learn: What is propaganda? It's no secret that we are often being sold things, by advertising companies, and now by the news. How did propaganda start? What was the history of it? How can we learn how to spot it and protect ourselves? Modern forms of it: Although propaganda has been around for a long time, its form has shifted. Although it is similar now to how it was, there are some key differences to be aware of. Chapter three will cover this in detail. Clickbait and fake news: It seems as though a lot of news on the Internet these days is just "clickbait", designed to make people read but without much substance. How can you decipher reality from these sources? This book will tell you. Who owns the media? Did you know that there are not very many mega-corporations that own most of the media? Once you are aware of who they are, perhaps their lies will become easier to spot. How to tell truth from lies: How can you tell that a news article you're reading is legitimate? Chapters six and seven will give you detailed instructions on looking at news sources with critical thinking tactics, so you don't get fooled. Everyone out there has an agenda when it comes to the news. In order to make sure you are getting as much truth as possible, these topics are crucial to learn about. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Benjamin McLean. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/096195/bk_acx0_096195_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Tasked by his news editor to come up with a sensational article about old, unsolved murders, reporter Eric Braden finds himself in rural Warwickshire, investigating the horrific death of a local Lothario, whose body was surrounded by pagan symbols. The detective from the original investigation is now a broken man and reluctant to tell his story, but there are others who demand answers, even all these years later. As Braden delves deeper, encountering hostility and denial at every step, he soon realises that village life is not as innocuous as the locals would have him believe and that something unimaginably dark still resides here, waiting to be released.... Directed by Helen Goldwyn. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Barnaby Edwards. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bgfn/000346/bk_bgfn_000346_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.