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Podcast of BtS Radio’s September 11th Commemoration

As September 11, continues echoing in our collective and individual memories, we commemorate the 13th anniversary of the most horrific terrorist attack on our nation and discuss what we have learned, and what we’ve forgotten. Join Between the Synapse for a compelling discussion on our country’s past, as well as future, with former FBI agent Jim Davis.

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BtS Radio: Special Guest Confirmed for September 11th Show

Former FBI agent Jim Davis has just been confirmed for September 11th BtS Radio Broadcast. Davis joined the FBI in 1985 and named Special Agent in Charge of the Denver Division of the FBI in 2008 where he oversaw the successful […]

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BtS Radio: Recalling the lessons of 911

As September 11, continues echoing in our collective and individual memories, we commemorate the 13th anniversary of the most horrific terrorist attack on our nation and discuss what have we learned, and what we’ve forgotten? Join Between the Synapse for a compelling discussion on our country’s past, as well as future.

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BtS Podcast: Is the Ivy League Broken – Discussion with the Author of Excellent Sheep

Bill Deresiewicz set his sights, “on the high-pressure conveyor belt that begins with parents and counselors who demand perfect grades and continues into college.” Join BtS Radio as we talk with the former Yale professor about, “how college should be a time for self-discovery, when young people can establish their own values and measures of success in order to forge their own path,” instead of a factory where students are “losing the ability to think for themselves.”

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September 4 BtS Radio: Is the IVY League Broken?

Bill Deresiewicz set his sights, “on the high-pressure conveyor belt that begins with parents and counselors who demand perfect grades and continues into college.” Join BtS Radio as we talk with the former Yale professor about, “how college should be a time for self-discovery, when young people can establish their own values and measures of success in order to forge their own path,” instead of a factory where students are “losing the ability to think for themselves.”

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BtS Radio Announces Three-Part Series on Education in America

With school back in session, Between the Synapse Radio explores Education in America in a three-part series beginning on Thursday, September 4 at 1 pm ET with a conversation with the best-selling author of “Excellent Sheep.” The September 25th show, 1 pm ET, features American Enterprise Institute scholar and co-editor of “Teacher Quality 2.0. Finally, the October 2nd broadcast, 1 pm ET, brings together two nationally prominent women focused on improving educational opportunities for children with learning challenges.

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NFL Fantasy Sex Preview – BtS Podcast

Preview of the upcoming NFL season and sex, sex, sex!

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NFL Sex Preview on BtS Radio

BtS Radio’s fantasy preview of the upcoming NFL season and sex, sex, sex!

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BtS Radio Podcast: The Separation of Race & Justice – Ferguson and Beyond

The shooting of Michael Brown ignited not only protests and conflict in Ferguson, Missouri but a national discussion on the separation of race from justice. What the facts ultimately reveal, while important, won’t alter the view of many African Americans that law enforcement provides more concern than security. How did we get here and what do we do now. Joining Between the Synapse to discuss these issues is past chair of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus and community leader Rep. Garnet Coleman. Plus ISIS and Baseball rule changes.

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BtS Radio: The Separation of Race & Justice – Ferguson and Beyond

The shooting of Michael Brown ignited not only protests and conflict in Ferguson, Missouri but a national discussion on the separation of race from justice. What the facts ultimately reveal, while important, won’t alter the view of many African Americans that law enforcement provides more concern than security. How did we get here and what do we do now. Joining Between the Synapse to discuss these issues is past chair of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus and community leader Rep. Garnet Coleman.

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