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    Writers & Readers: S. E. Cupp & Jodi Kantor

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    Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 2:00 p.m.

    Louis Stokes Wing Auditorium • Main Library

    S.E. CuppS. E. Cupp and Jodi Kantor examine and discuss the upcoming 2012 election.

    S. E. Cupp is an author, freelance political columnist, and conservative culture critic. She is the author of the book Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity and coauthor of Why You’re Wrong About the Right, Behind the Myths: The Surprising Truth About Conservatives.

    Calling herself “a closet conservative in Leftoid Land (aka Manhattan),” Cupp has become a fresh new voice for the intellectually and philosophically diverse new breed of smart, outgoing young professionals who live and work amongst liberals everywhere.

    Jodi KantorJodi Kantor is the New York Times Washington correspondent and author of The Obamas: a Behind the Scenes Look at the White House (2012.) Ms. Kantor began writing about the Obamas in 2007, penning some of the earliest articles about Michelle Obama, the role of the Obama daughters in their father’s life and career, and Barack Obama’s time as a constitutional law professor at the University of Chicago.

    This reporting led Ms. Kantor to write The Obamas an intimate portrait of the first family that will surprise even those who thought they knew the President and the First Lady. Her book takes the reader deep inside the White House, revealing riveting details about the Obamas' partnership, emotions and personalities while maintaining a keen awareness of the ironies of public life.

    Tom Beres Channel 3 News Senior Political Correspondent, Tom Beres, acts as host and moderator for this event.


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