Presidential candidates today frequently use popular pieces of music as campaign "theme songs" often without approval from the musicians themselves. But using music on the campaign trail is not a modern phenomenon: it goes back to our earliest presidential elections.
Diane and her guests examine the role of religion in the 2008 presidential campaign.
- Barry Lynn executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State and author of "Piety & Politics" (Harmony Books)
- John Green senior fellow in religion and American politics, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. He is also director of the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron in Ohio.
- Jon Meacham editor, Newsweek and co-moderator of "On Faith," an interactive conversation on religion at washingtonpost.com; Author of "American Gospel: God, the Founding Fathers and the Making of a Nation."
Most Recent Shows
President Barack Obama secures the Democratic votes needed to prevent Congress from blocking the Iran nuclear agreement. We discuss what Democratic support of the deal in the Senate means for President Obama, the Republican-led House and the future of U.S. relations with Iran.
A new report says traffic in the U.S. is worse than it's been in years. But some say there are reasons to be optimistic. For this month's Environmental Outlook: How revitalized urban centers and new modes of transportation are changing how we get around our cities.
The Austria-Hungary border has become the latest pressure point in Europe's ongoing migrant crisis. We get an update on the huge influx of migrants and refugees from the Middle East and Africa and the future of open borders within the E.U.