Goodwill to All

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Thursday, December 04, 2008

Khaled Hosseini, author of two best-selling novels set in Afghanistan, talks about his role as a Goodwill Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Also, Fortune columnist and “Left, Right & Center” host Matt Miller explains how he “stopped worrying and learned to love trillion dollar deficits.”


Khaled Hosseini and Matt Miller

Ravitch Report

Brooklyn borough president Marty Markowitz, Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi and Tri-State Transportation Campaign executive director Kate Slevin will react to the Ravitch Commission proposals on the MTA.

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Finance Guidance

The weekly December guest, Ramit Sethi, founder of, a blog on personal finance and entrepreneurship, gives tips on how to approach your finances in this down economy.

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Deficit Dove

Matt Miller, columnist for Fortune, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, host of KCRW’s Left, Right & Center and the author of the forthcoming The Tyranny of Dead Ideas: Letting Go of the Old Ways of Thinking to Unleash a New Prosperity (Times Books, 2009) ...

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Goodwill to All

Khaled Hosseini, U.S. envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and author of A Thousand Splendid Suns and The Kite Runner, talks about his second novel and his work with the UNHCR in Afghanistan.

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Ravitch Commission News Conference

WNYC reporter Matthew Schuerman discusses the plan for East River tolls and company payroll taxes to keep MTA viable. Question of the Day:Are you a Brooklyn resident? Would you be willing to pay east river tolls to help the MTA budget crunch? Comment below!

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