The Extension 720 Podcast from 720 WGN
Summary: Extension 720 with Milt Rosenberg on WGN Radio 720 in Chicago
Ahmad Sadri, Roey Gilad & Charles Lipson examine the unrest in Israel, problems in Libya & America's role overseas.
From his book "The Finish", Mark Bowden reviews the years of events leading up to the incredible killing of America's number one enemy.
Franz Schulze and Edward Windhorst analyze the current skyline and explain Mies van der Rohe's influence.
Manya Brachear, Aaron Cohen and Katelyn Beaty discuss current events from the religious realm and how they relate to particular faiths.
Historian Stanley Paine documents the turbulent conflict in between The Republicans & Nationalists in Spain from 1936-1939.
Amy Greenberg details notable events & people in the war against Mexico from her book "A Wicked War".
President of FIRE, Greg Lukianoff, breaks down the evolving definition of liberty and how American universities are "Unlearning Liberty," the title of his book.
In his book "John Brown's Spy", Steven Lubet documents the life of John Brown's right-hand man, who made the storming of Harper's Ferry possible.
Art Bilek & Robert Lombardo analyze the history of gang activity in the city, plus what's being done to curtail the current threat.
The NFL Hall of Fame Coach reflects on his career with the Buffalo Bills, and touches on some of today's most pressing football topics.
Author David Nasaw reviews in the tumultuous life about the famous father of JFK through his work, "The Patriarch."
Ellen Hunt, David Skinner and Allan Metcalf scrutinize how the popularization of words like "ain't" and "OK" has affected the English language.
Charles Lipson and Chris Robling discuss turmoil in Benghazi, the Arab Spring & the American economy.
UCLA economist Richard Sander, author of "Mismatch," describes the unforeseen perils of affirmative action at universities.
Cook's Illustrated founder Chris Kimball & Kendall College's Chris Koetke explain the rationale behind their favorite food preparation tips.