June 2005

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  Tuesday, January 11, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01112005

Hour 1: Do Women Have a Problem with Balding Men? Based on an anxious email he received, Dennis poses the question to his listeners. The answers vary, but most women don’t seem to think it’s a big deal. more...

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  Friday, January 14, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01142005

Hour 1: The Post-Feminist Dad Men work full time to support their families, but in this post-feminist world, they don’t get the appreciation fathers did in previous generations. It’s not an easy time to be a man. more...

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  Monday, January 17, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 01172005

Hour 1: The Fight for the Cross on LA County Seal Rages On On Martin Luther King Day, Dennis broadcasts live from a rally to keep the Cross on the LA County Seal. Dennis started this fight in June and now he strives to finish it – with a successful petition drive. more...

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  Wednesday, March 2, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 03022005

Hour 1: No Death Penalty for Minors So says the Supreme Court by a vote of 5 to 4. Justice Kennedy justified his decision by pointing out that most countries don’t permit the execution of minors. more...

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  Wednesday, June 1, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06012005

Hour 1: The French Say “Non” This past weekend, the French voted “non” on the EU constitution, all 319 pages of it. Dennis discusses the implications with Michael Ledeen, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and expert on European affairs… The identity of “Deep Throat,” the source of the Watergate scandal, is now known. more...

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  Thursday, June 2, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06022005

Hour 1: A Failed Europe Want to see how every liberal idea that the Democrats have put forth has already been tried and failed? Look at Europe. The Europeans themselves are waking up to this fact which helps explain the French and Dutch rejection of the EU constitution. more...

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  Friday, June 3, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06032005

Hour 1: Same Sex Marriage Bill Dies in CA The dominant Democratic legislature failed to legalize same-sex marriage. A number of Democrats balked… Howard Dean continues to demonize Republicans. more...

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  Monday, June 6, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06062005

Hour 1: Koran Desecration: Reductio ad absurdum The Pentagon released examples of Koran desecration. They add up to much ado about nothing. more...

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  Tuesday, June 7, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06072005

Hour 1: Do Women and Men Lust Equally? Dennis has received a lot of email challenging his oft stated position that men and women have different sexual natures – men are aroused by the visual; women are not. Hour 2: Who Becomes a Suicide Bomber? Guests: Anne Marie Oliver and Paul Steinberg, research Scholars in Global and International Studies at the Un.

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  Wednesday, June 8, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06082005

Hour 1: What Is Going on in Iraq? Guest: Michael Fumento, syndicated columnist with Scripps Howard News Service and a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute. He's just returned from Fallujah. more...

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  Thursday, June 9, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06092005

Hour 1: Move over Rambo According to a French marketing study, old models of manhood are passé. The New Man wears pink flowered shirts and goes to swingers clubs. more...

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  Friday, June 10, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06102005

Hour 1: Our Sick Neighbor to the North The Canadian Supreme Court has struck down the ban on private insurance. The reason: the national health care plan is so bad people have sued to buy their own insurance… Employees working for a restaurant in England that serves squirrel pate have received death threats from animal rights extremists… “Kill people to protect animals,” that’s the twist.

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  Monday, June 13, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06132005

Guest Host: Mark Taylor.

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  Tuesday, June 14, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06142005

Hour 1: Jackson Not Guilty The jury found the pop singer innocent of all charges. Dennis discusses the desire of prosecutors to become stars and how this can pervert their judgment. more...

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  Wednesday, June 15, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06152005

Hour 1: Men Disappearing from College Men are not going to college in nearly the same numbers as women. Maybe this is because college classes have become so touchy-feely that men are losing interest… Dennis talks to Judea Pearl, professor of computer science at UCLA and founder of the Daniel Pearl Foundation, about the prospects for rapprochement between Jews and Muslims. more...

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  Thursday, June 16, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06162005

Hour 1: Friends Help Friends Live Longer A new study out of Australia reports that friends help friends live longer. Dennis asks if it’s harder to develop friends in our fast-paced, frenzied world than it was in the past. more...

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  Friday, June 17, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06172005

Hour 1: Europe is Dying The model of liberal Democrats, Europe, is going down the tubes. Dennis reads excerpts from two articles, one by Paul Johnson and one by Robert Samuelson documenting Europe’s decline. more...

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  Monday, June 20, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06202005

Hour 1: Slipknot and Ethno-mathematics Dennis spent the weekend listening to the heavy metal group, Slipknot, a favorite of his 12 year old son… Math is now being used to advance “social justice.” Hour 2: Krauthammer Guest: Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer Prize winning columnist for the Washington Post. Hour 3: The Scent of a.

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  Tuesday, June 21, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06212005

Hour 1: Raising Children: What Was Your Biggest Mistake? Dennis asks listeners to name the single biggest mistake they feel they made in raising children. He gets many different answers ranging from being too strict to being too lax, to not providing enough religion to providing too much, from being too protective to not protecting their innocence enough. more...

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  Wednesday, June 22, 2005 Radio Show
Code: 06222005

Hour 1: What Constitutes an Apology? Illinois Senator Dick Durbin has finally apologized for his remarks calling the treatment of Gitmo prisoners Nazi-like. Or has he? Dennis analyzes the senator’s latest statement. more...

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