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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

June 10, 2009
There’s been a Republican coup in Albany. What does it mean for mayoral control of New York City public schools? New York State Senators Bill Perkins and Martin Golden weigh in. Plus: the Conservative movement post-William F. Buckley Jr.; how to be a backyard adventurer; and womenomics.

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Martin Golden and Bill Perkins

Crunchtime in Albany: Mayoral Control

New York State Senators Martin Golden (R-22nd) and Bill Perkins (D-30th) discuss the debate over renewing mayoral control of the New York City public schools and how the "coup" in Albany affects that legislation.

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Crunchtime in Albany: Gay Marriage II

Michael Lavers, Mid-Atlantic editor for EDGE Publications, an online LGBT Newspaper, talks about the how the leadership changes in Albany will affect gay marriage legislation.

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Buckley's Conservatism

Richard Brookhiser, senior editor of the National Review discusses the today's conservative movement and his new book Right Time, Right Place: Coming of Age with William F. Buckley Jr. and the Conservative Movement.

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On Her Time

Katty Kay, BBC World News America anchor and Claire Shipman, senior national correspondent at Good Morning America, say women should be changing workplaces to suit their needs in their new book Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules for Success.

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Richard Wiese, former Explorer's Club president, television host and the author of Born to Explore: How to Be a Backyard Adventurer (Harper Paperback, 2009), gives advice on how to inspire your inner explorer in the great outdoors or even on the streets of New York ...

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