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TOPICS: New online course on Dante's DIVINE COMEDY, the Colorado baker whose case made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, raising chickens, and politics in Hollywood Host Scot Bertram talks with Stephen Smith, Dean of Humanities, Temple Family Chair in English Literature, and Professor of English at Hillsdale, who also serves as your instructor for the College's new online course on Dante's DIVINE COMEDY. Jack Phillips, the Colorado baker whose case made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, discusses his new book, THE COST OF MY FAITH. Christopher Heckel, Assistant Professor of Biology at Hillsdale, talks about raising chickens and living off the land. And we hear excerpts from a lecture given by actor/director Nick Searcy at a Hillsdale NLS event on "Politics In Hollywood"