Writers, Artists Describe State of the Union

Following the president's State of the Union address, we'll move past the political analysis and punditry and hear from innovative thinkers and creative minds about their view of the state of the country.

Guests:

Nora Ephron, Academy Award-nominated screenwriter of When Harry Met Sally, Silkwood and Sleepless In Seattle, which she also directed; author of I Feel Bad About My Neck

Elizabeth Nunez, author of Prospero's Daughter; distinguished professor at Medgar Evers College at City University of New York

Merle Haggard, singer-songwriter

Kwame Anthony Appiah, author of Cosmopolitanism, professor of philosophy at Princeton University

Frank Miller, comic book artist

Ana Marie Cox, Washington editor of Time.com

Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission

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