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Objects in Mirror: February 19, 2008 Archive

Wisconsin voters hit the primary polls

Posted at 9:24 AM on February 19, 2008 by Julia Schrenkler

Tune in to Midmorning at 9:45 a.m. for a check in on our neighbor state:

"Wisconsin voters go to the polls today for that state's presidential primaries, and 74 convention delegates at stake. Will Wisconsin's historically independent voters keep the momentum going for Barack Obama, or provide Hillary Clinton with the spark she needs to reignite her campaign?"

Join MPR's Minnesota Politics online discussion group to talk about Minnesota's campaigns and legislation or even national politics that affect you.

MPR: Wisconsin up for grabs
NPR: Wisconsin Voters Will Ignore Party Lines for Primary

Do you have questions about the NWA-Delta merger?

Posted at 10:53 AM on February 19, 2008 by Julia Schrenkler

Bob Collins invites you to post your NWA-Delta merger questions, he may tackle them in a News Cut piece.

What is your take on the U.S. relationship with Iran?

Posted at 3:58 PM on February 19, 2008 by Julia Schrenkler

Word for Word featured Journalist Barbara Slavin and Historian Abbas Milani this week to take an inside look at Iran's politics, history and culture. The result may change your take on the country... or may not.

For example, show producer Larissa Anderson quotes Abbas Milani in the online discussion:

"Iran is the only Muslim country in the world where we know empirically, anecdotally that the people are pro-America. It's the only Muslim country in the Middle East where the street is relatively pro-American .... After September 11th, it was the only country where there was a spontaneous show of grief and solidarity with the American people."

Listen to the show and join the online conversation.

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