Mojgani is a riveting poet and performer whose spoken word poems are utterly remarkable. He tells David about his life and how he became a poet. He also performs many of his best works.
About Spencer Kombol
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Entries by Spencer Kombol
Duane R. (Dewey) Clarridge was one of the most colorful and unflinching spies in CIA history. He operated all over the world and was one of the greatest recruiters of foreign agents ever. A swashbuckler and unabashed cold warrior, Clarridge was loathed by many but loved by more. When he died his funeral was a who’s-who of American […]
CNN’s terrorism analyst (and producer of the first-ever TV interview with Osama Bin Laden, talks about his latest book, United States of Jihad. The book tells the stories of homegrown American terrorists and their role in the global jihadi movements.
Pritchett is the President of Morris Brown in Atlanta and Feiler is a photographer and writer. Together they tell the story of the school and its great history and troubled present. Morris Brown is one of the most storied HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) and is an institution with a remarkable history. Unfortunately in recent years the school underwent one crisis […]
David talks with author Michael D’Antonio about the phenomeno that is Donald Trump. D’Antonio had remarkable access to Trump while researching his book, Never Enough: Donald Trumo and the Pursuit of Success and tells about his findings and the process of writing the book: from dealing with Trump’s lawyer to witnessing “The Donald” firsthand.
Oweidat is a scholar of Islam and Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation. She describes what exactly are the differences between Shiite and Sunni forms of Islam and why there is such a schism between these two main branches of this ancient faith.
Harold Franklin is the President of the Atlanta Bar Association and talks to David about his effort to create conversation and action around the concept of Equal Justice in Law Enforcement. From Baltimore to Ferguson there have been multiple incidents that have prompted new conversations about race and the police. Franklin is taking an old and traditional legal organization in a […]
Howard Hart – A Spy’s Life Hart is the most-decorated spy in the entire history of the CIA. In this latest interview with David he describes the spy’s life and his motivations in choosing the life he led. From India to Nicaragua, from Berlin to Beirut, Afghanistan to Iran, Hart had one of the most-celebrated […]
Harold Franklin – Equal Justice Harold Franklin is the President of the Atlanta Bar Association and talks to David about his effort to create conversation and action around the concept of Equal Justice in Law Enforcement. From Baltimore to Ferguson there have been multiple incidents that have prompted new conversations about race and the police. […]
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