After the San Bernardino shooting and Sunday night's address by President Obama, the nation is again engaged in a debate about guns. In today’s podcast, a conversation with a minister and a philosophy professor about where we go from here, especially with the added concern of home-grown, self-radicalized individuals striking soft targets. We'll also hear from political scientist Don Norris, a one-time champion of regional government, on why he now thinks it will never work in Baltimore. And we'll get a young adult book recommendation from Baltimore County librarian Paula Gallagher.
In this podcast:
- 3:02: Guns & Terror: Firmin DeBrabander, MICA professor and author of “Do Guns Make Us Free?” with the Rev. Andrew Foster Connors of Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church, co-chair of BUILD.
- 23:00: Baltimore’s Future: Don Norris, UMBC professor, on the prospects for metro governance in the Baltimore region.
- 55:03: Paula Gallagher recommends a new novel, “MARTians.”
Next episode: Sun media critic David Zurawik on news coverage of mass shootings and their aftermath.
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