In this podcast:
- 2:04 - Legal scholar Garret Epps, University of Baltimore law professor and contributing edtor of The Atlantic, talks about the Maryland redistricting case and other challenges to Democratic political power before the U.S. Supreme Court.
-14:58 - Firmin DeBrabander, professor of philosophy at the Maryland Institute College of Art and author of "Do Guns Make Us Free?," and Baltimore attorney and gun owner Jim Astrachan discuss gun violence and government efforts to regulate firearms.
- 48:18 - With another Republican presidential debate on Tuesday, Sun media critic David Zurawik talks about the power of candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson to influence debate formats.
- 57:43 - Linda DeLibero, Director of the Program in Film and Media Studies at Johns Hopkins University and Christopher Llewellyn Reed, chair of Stevenson University's Film and Moving Image Department, review the "The Peanuts Movie" and the new James Bond film, "Spectre."
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