The Madeleine Brand Show for March 14, 2012

Santorum Holds Primary Night Party And Rally In Louisiana

Romney still leading GOP race despite Santorum's wins

Last night, Rick Santorum picked up two primary wins in the south — carrying Alabama and Mississippi. Madeleine Brand talks to The Washington Post's Philip Rucker about the GOP campaign.

Who's cashing in on the GOP primary?

Mort Berkowitz has sold more than 400 political buttons in this campaign cycle. His biggest sellers this year? Anything that makes fun of a candidate.
Earns Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs' explains resignation with NY Times letter

Sue Craig of The New York Times joins the show to discuss the reaction to Greg Smith's resignation and public rebuke of Goldman Sachs.

Can other cities learn from Phoenix's housing turnaround?

Phoenix's housing market looks like it's beginning a turn-around. ASU Professor and real-estate developer Mark Stapp joins the show to explain why.
Garry Trudeau

Luke Burbank gives his verdict on the awesome and not so awesome weekly news

Luke Burbank weighs in on the weekly news, from the 'Doonesbury' abortion controversy, a dress code for women chess players and Volvo's new airbags for pedestrians.
Madeleine Brand and author Jonathan Safran Foer

Jonathan Safran Foer talks new Passover book

Author Jonathan Safran Foer joins the show to talk with Madeleine Brand about his latest publication, "The New American Haggadah."
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