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All About Me Culture

Young men have always enjoyed making people suffer, but why now are we seeing a rise in attacks? Are parents failing to teach right and wrong to their kids and softening the “Golden Rule?” Does the media and politicians like to use politics to escape the reality of the cultural rot in our society? Best-selling author, Dr. Leonard Sax joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Imitation Game

What is the role of imitation in mass shootings? How do we know when to take someone’s threats seriously? Is it too late for gun control? Are mass shooters trying to gain notoriety because they have no other way to stand out in society? Retired prison psychiatrist, Theodore Dalyrmple joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

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Cultural Civil War Brewing

What is the psychology behind the mass shooter in the Capital newspaper tragedy and how should we respond? Do people need to be more vigilant about threats on social media? What’s the importance of civility in society? Are the most intolerant people who support “enlightened speech” members of the intellectual class? Writer and psychiatrist, Theodore Dalrymple joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Familiarity Breeds... Popularity

Why do some videos go viral while others go no where? What makes some brands household names while others remain no-names? Derek Thompson, author of "HitMakers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction" joins Dan and Amy for a fascinating conversation on the science of popularity.

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