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Wednesday, December 31, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12312003

Hour 1: Talk on Homosexuality Listeners react to the talk Dennis gave yesterday on homosexuality. Hour 2: Is There Show or a Concept This Year That Grabbed You? Dennis asks listeners what shows or concepts from this past year stuck in their memory. more...

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Tuesday, December 30, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12302003

Hour 1: Homosexuality: A Talk Dennis addresses the most complex issue of our time. Hour 2: Homosexuality: A Talk, Part II More on this difficult issue: gay marriage and the differences between tolerance and acceptance. more...

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Monday, December 29, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12292003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Iran announces that it will take aid from every country to help its earthquake victims, every country except Israe, that isl. There is no hatred in the world like Arab and Muslim hatred for Israel. more...

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Friday, December 26, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12262003

Hour 1: Are Bad Thoughts Equal to Bad Deeds? Religious people often say yes, but Dennis strongly disagrees. While no one would say that it's good to dwell on bad thoughts, it's absurd to say that they thought carry the same weight as deeds. more...

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Thursday, December 25, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12252003

Christmas Day Hour 1: What Stops You from Believing in God? Dennis asks his listeners to pose the questions that prevent them from believing in God or embracing religion. Hour 2: What Stops you from Believing in God? Part II Dennis continues to challenges his listeners – what problems do you have with God? Issues of suicide of a child, bad clergy and.

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Wednesday, December 24, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12242003

Hour 1: Christmas and Materialism Is there such a thing as spending too much money on yourself and on others – assuming you can afford what you're buying? Hour 2: What Things Do You Most Value? Not people. Things. more...

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Tuesday, December 23, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12232003

Hour 1: Just Tell Me What You Want Women have the romantic fantasy that their spouses should be able to guess what they want. Men are too embarrassed to tell their spouses what they want. more...

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Tuesday, December 16, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12162003

Hour 1: Saddam Capture, Plus 1 The reaction to Saddam's capture is an international Rohrschach test – how you react says a lot about your view of the world. Dennis reads reactions from the Arab world, Democrats and the Vatican. more...

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Monday, December 22, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12222003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Homeland Security has issued an Orange Alert. The "chatter" is that Al Qaeda is planning another big attack. more...

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  Wednesday, August 13, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 08132003

Hour 1: California Recall Review Guest: Arnold Steinberg, Republican political strategist. Hour 2: What Makes a Liberal? Dennis uses his latest syndicated column as a platform to discuss the two most distinguishing characteristics of liberalism: naiveté and narcissism. more...

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  Tuesday, September 2, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09022003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Two girls had their pop stand shut down in St. Paul because they didnÌt have a license. more...

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Thursday, December 18, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12182003

Hour 1: Digital Cameras and Good Stereo A week before Christmas, Dennis dispenses wisdom regarding on two subjects he knows a great deal about – digital cameras and good stereo equipment. Hour 2: Dean Train Derails The front-runner for the Democrats, Howard Dean, is in danger of running off the track. more...

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Wednesday, December 17, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12172003

Hour 1: Ten Lessons Dennis has written an opinion piece for the Wall Street Journal. In it, he delineates ten lessons that we have learned since Saddam's capture. more...

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Monday, December 15, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12152003

Hour 1: Saddam Captured Dennis comments on the great news: what it means to us, to our enemies and our friends. Hour 2: Caught Like a Rat Saddam was caught like a rat in hole. more...

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Friday, December 12, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12122003

Hour 1: Al Gore and Liberal Racism Al Gore endorsed Howard Dean in Harlem earlier this week, but not before noting that he had played basketball the last time he was in the neighborhood. Why is less any insensitive than saying that he ate watermelon the last time he was there? Democrats see blacks as votes, not as human beings. more...

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Thursday, December 11, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12112003

Hour 1: Campaign Finance Reform? The Supreme Court has upheld the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform law in a 5-4 decision. It took the majority 300 pages to justify their distortion of the First Amendment. more...

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Wednesday, December 10, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12102003

Hour 1: My Feelings Trump Your Values We live in the Age of Psychology. Feelings have become more important than values. more...

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Tuesday, December 9, 2003 Radio show
Code: 12092003

Hour 1: No Christmas Tree for Indiana University Law School A few students complained, so down comes the Christmas tree. Why didn't the dean of the law school tell the cry babies to honor the wishes of the majority of students who celebrate Christmas? Also, Al Gore endorses Howard Dean. more...

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Monday, December 8, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12082003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review John Kerry uses the F-word in an interview with Rolling Stone. He wants to appear hip, but all he does is denigrate himself and the office he wants to hold... more...

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Friday, December 5, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12052003

Hour 1: Why Don't Liberal Stars Run for Office? Barbra Streisand, Tim Robbins, Richard Dreyfus - the list of liberal Hollywood stars is almost endless. But why have none of these actors run for political office? On the other hand, there are a handful of Republican movie stars. more...

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Thursday, December 4, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12042003

Hour 1: Teaching Kids Right from Wrong An eleven year-old boy finds a $20 bill at school, asks the teacher what he should do and is told that he can either keep it or turn it in to the principal's office - his choice. The boy was asking for moral guidance, but didn't get it. more...

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Wednesday, December 3, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12032003

Hour 1: The Biggest Battle in the New American Civil War Gay marriage is the battleground. Liberals have brought out their heavy guns. more...

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Tuesday, December 2, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12022003

Hour 1: Facing Our Enemies Guest: Charles Krauthammer, nationally syndicated columnist based at the Washington Post. Hour 2: Can Religion Make You a Worse Person? Becoming religious usually makes a person better, but there are cases where it makes a person worse. more...

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Monday, December 1, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 12012003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Passports for pets, this is the European Union's latest innovation... Thomas Friedman, who describes himself as a liberal on every issue other than the war on terror, acknowledges that the Left has no good arguments on Iraq. more...

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Friday, November 28, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11282003

Hour 1: President's Surprise Visit to Iraq The press isn't happy that President Bush went to Iraq without telling them in advance. They don't like it when they can't spin the news the way they want. more...

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Thursday, November 27, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11272003

Hour 1: The Importance of Thanksgiving It's important to have a day to give thanks. Dennis reads George Washington's original Thanksgiving Day declaration. more...

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Wednesday, November 26, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11262003

Hour 1: Cheaters Never Prosper? There is an epidemic cheating going on in high school and college. It has almost become the norm. more...

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Tuesday, November 25, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11252003

Hour 1: Bad Santa Reaction to the Disney/Miramax movie, “Bad Santa,” is a good example of the liberal/conservative divide. If you’re concerned with children’s loss of innocence (kids see billboards and TV previews of a perverted Santa) you’re likely to be a conservative. more...

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Friday, November 21, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11212003

Hour 1: High School Re-education Guest: Anderson Jonas, 17-year-old high school "drop out." He tells Dennis his story -- how his teachers tried to convince him that he, like every other white person in his Magnet program, was unconsciously racist and sexist. Now he's finishing his high school education on his own. more...

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Thursday, November 20, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11202003

Hour 1: Another Terror Bombing in Turkey Muslims are dying at the hands of their fellow Muslims. How will Muslims around the world react? Will they finally condemn suicide bombers? Will Muslim religious leaders issue a statement that people who blow up innocent women and children get on the express elevator to hell? We're waiting. more...

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Wednesday, November 19, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11192003

Hour 1: Almost Gay Marriage The Massachusetts Supreme Court has ruled in favor of gay marriage. Dennis gets the details of the ruling and its ramifications from Don Feder, columnist and Boston talk show host. more...

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Tuesday, November 18, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11182003

Hour 1: The Grateful and the Ungrateful Arnold Schwarzenegger is sworn in as the governor of the California. He acknowledges his gratitude to America and California in his inaugural address. more...

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Monday, November 17, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11172003

Hour 1: Black Hawks Down It was another tough weekend in Iraq. We lost 17 soldiers when two Black Hawk helicopters crashed into one another... more...

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Friday, November 14, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11142003

Hour 1: Why Don't They Hug Us in Europe Anymore? Europeans hugged us after 9/11, but now, according to American ex-patriots living in London, they don't. Yes, they love us when we're dying and despise us when we're killing -- even when we're killing the bad guys. more...

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Thursday, November 13, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11132003

Hour 1: Millionaire Murderer Goes Free In Houston, Robert Durst who admitted killing his neighbor and chopping up his body - the head has never been found - was set free. With enough money to pay enough top lawyers, you can get away with murder. more...

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Wednesday, November 12, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11122003

Hour 1: Reconciling God and Science Guest: Stephen Barr, Professor of Physics at the University of Delaware and author of Modern Physics and Ancient Faith. A Best of Prager Show. more...

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Tuesday, November 11, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11112003

Hour 1: Cooling the Passion around The Passion In Houston last night, Dennis moderated an important discussion between Christians and Jews regarding Mel Gibson's movie, The Passion. Impressed by the thoughtfulness both groups displayed, Dennis came away believing that, if properly approached, the film could increase understanding between the two faiths. more...

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Monday, November 10, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11102003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Dennis reviews the President's speech from last Thursday. In it, the President spells out America's moral obligation to bring liberty to the Arab world. more...

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Friday, November 7, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11072003

Hour 1: Moral Failure of the Left Guest: Norman Geras, professor of government at the University of Manchester, England. He writes at normangeras.blogspot.com. more...

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Thursday, November 6, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11062003

Hour 1: Partial Birth Abortion Ban President Bush signed a Partial Birth Abortion Bill with the help of 17 Democratic senators. The Left thinks the sky is falling. more...

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Wednesday, November 5, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11052003

Hour 1: Boots on the Ground Guest: Karl Zinsmeister, editor of the American Enterprise Magazine, Boots on the Ground: A Month with the 82nd Airborne in the Battle for Iraq. A Best of Prager hour. more...

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  Tuesday, June 24, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 06242003

Guest Host Mark Taylor.

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  Tuesday, September 30, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09302003

Hour 1: College: Leftist Paradise Dennis reads the account of a student’s first day at UCLA, a descent into Leftism… In Indonesia, the largest Muslim country in the world, the government is considering making oral sex a criminal offense along with homosexuality and witch craft. This important country is in danger of sliding into a new dark age. more...

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  Monday, September 29, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09292003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Madeline Albright writes in her autobiography that President Clinton understood that world security depended on the removal of Saddam Hussein. This passage should be read to all the Democrats running for President… In Europe, but especially in Germany, conspiracy theories about the US and 9/11 abound. more...

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  Friday, September 26, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09262003

Hour 1: Kill the Ref A father tries to kill the ref at his son’s high school football game. The man was cursing all during the game. more...

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  Thursday, September 25, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09252003

Hour 1: The Recall Debate Dennis analyzes last night’s debate – Arnold’s debate debut. Hour 2: A Muslim Fifth Column? Two Muslim-Americans have been arrested for spying in Guantanamo Bay prison camp. more...

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Friday, October 31, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10312003

Hour 1: Economy Surges Democrats sag. The GDP grew at the fastest rate in 20 years. more...

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Thursday, October 30, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10302003

Hour 1: Fires and Environmentalists Environmentalists have not allowed the Forest Service to thin the forests. In the final analysis, they love trees more than people... more...

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Wednesday, October 29, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10292003

Hour 1: July 7/03 Bark Mitzvah (Hour 3) Hour 2: July 8/03 More holidays for Europeans, worse than U.S way? (Hour 3) Hour 3: Aug 5/03 Ira Berlin talks about his book on slavery"Generations of captivity" (Hour 2).

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Tuesday, October 28, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10282003

Hour 1: America Sacrifices for Others No country has sacrificed so many of its young people for the freedom of others as America. The Left can't accept this, so they say we intervene for selfish reasons – for natural resources, for power (imperialism)... more...

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Friday, October 24, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10242003

Hour 1: The Italians Having visited Italy many times and having just returned from a cruise of the Mediterranean, Dennis is full of good feeling for Italians. He talks to Modern Europe scholar, author and political columnist, Michael Ledeen, about the wonder that is Italy, the Italians pro-American president, and Sardinian cheese. more...

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Tuesday, October 21, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10212003

Hour 1: The Human Desire for Beautiful Art Guest: Paul Johnson, renown English historian and author of Art: A New History. Hour 2: It Takes a Village and a Spanking In Statesville, North Carolina a store owner spanked a 9 year-old boy who was trying to teach the store parrot how to say the F-word. more...

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Monday, October 20, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10202003

Hour 1: Fundamentalist Christianity and Fundamentalist Islam The liberal media draws little or no distinction between fundamentalist Christianity and fundamentalist Islam. It sees them as equally intolerant religious expressions. more...

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Tuesday, November 4, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11042003

Hour 1: Importing Cheaper Drugs You can get cheaper drugs in Canada because Canada enforces price controls. Don’t blame Americans for trying to get better prices, blame drug companies who sell to Canada at half price. more...

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Monday, November 3, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 11032003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review 16 of our soldiers were killed over the weekend in Iraq. This is a terrible blow, but we must stay the course and continue our efforts to help Iraq become free and prosperous. more...

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10012003

Hour 1: Dangerous Diplomacy Guest: Joel Mowbray, syndicated columnist and author of Dangerous Diplomacy: How the State Department Threatens America's Security. .

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Thursday, October 2, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10022003

Hour 1: Liberal Hysteria: The Groper and the Bigot The LA Times has a three column headline today announcing that 6 women in 28 years have accused Arnold of groping them. Everybody knew that the Dems and their house organ, the LA Times, would try to slime Arnold. more...

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Friday, October 3, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10032003

Hour 1: Arnold or Tom: Dennis versus Bruce Bruce Herschenson has endorsed Tom McClintock. Dennis has endorsed Arnold Schwarzenegger. more...

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Tuesday, October 7, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10072003

Hour 1: Shut Up and Sing Guest: Laura Ingraham, nationally syndicated talk show host and best selling author of, Shut Up and Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN are Subverting America. Hour 2: Countdown to the Recall Today is Election Day in California. more...

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Wednesday, October 8, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10082003

Hour 1: The Recall Results. Arnold won because he loves America and projected a spirit of optimism. more...

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Thursday, October 9, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10092003

Hour 1: Dan Gets Tough with Arnold After playing patty-cake with Saddam Hussein, Dan Rather asks Arnold about the groping charges – after the election!.. Bears maul camper and his girlfriend. more...

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Friday, October 10, 2003 Radio Show
(Please order from original broadcast dates)

Code: 10102003

Hour 1: Are You a Liberal? On his website, Dennis offers a test to his listeners, 23 questions to determine whether or not you are really a liberal, "Are You a Liberal?" Dennis talks to a liberal listener who took the test and sent his answers to Dennis in a challenging email. Guest: Ari Moss, law student at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. more...

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Monday, October 13, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10132003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Want to see the triumph of the multicultural agenda, just take a look at the status of Columbus Day. It has been virtually obliterated. more...

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Wednesday, October 15, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10152003

Hour 1: God Made Me This Way? Should you accept your anatomical fate or should you change yourself to make yourself more attractive? Many people, feminists ironically, invoke God to justify the former position. But part of the glory of man is that he can improve on or correct nature. more...

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Thursday, October 16, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10162003

Hour 1: Why Can't A Billion Muslims Destroy a Few Million Jews? This question really agitates the leader of the "moderate" Muslim country of Malaysia... Across the world, the Archbishop of Canterbury thinks that Al Qaeda has "serious moral goals." Also, the president of Columbia University warns us not to trust common sense. more...

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Friday, October 17, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10172003

Hour 1: Evangelical General Same as Extremist Muslim The general that Defense secretary Rumsfeld appointed to hunt down Osama Bin Laden and Saddam is an unapologetic evangelical Christian. This upsets the LA Times and the liberal press. more...

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Monday, October 27, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 10272003

Hour 1: Weekend in Review Dennis returns from his listener cruise to Canada and New England... Fires rage in Southern California. more...

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  Wednesday, September 24, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09242003

Hour 1: When Women Marry, Democrats Lose Dennis discusses his current syndicated column and the favorable and irate emails he’s received in response to it. Those responses range from feminist outrage to admiration for having the guts to tell the truth. more...

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  Tuesday, September 23, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09232003

Hour 1: We Are Winning Hearts and Minds in Iraq Are we succeeding in Iraq? If you read the mainstream media, you’d have to conclude that it’s a fiasco. But this is the same media that prostituted itself to get access to Saddam’s stooges. more...

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  Monday, September 22, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09222003

Hour 1: Race Fixation A high school girl in California wants to start a “Caucasian Club.” If every race and ethnic group has a club, why shouldn’t whites? Also, Dennis notes that the Miss America contestants all look like business executives in their official portraits. The de-feminizing of women happens even in a beauty contest. more...

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  Friday, September 19, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09192003

Hour 1: A Hurricane of Reporting There has been a frenzy of reporting over a big storm – Hurricane Isabel. But is it really that big of a deal or is it just the perfect TV story because it combines fear and video? Also, time is too precious to waste on TV, especially TV news which is so sensation-based… New York Times letter writers are incensed about Thomas Friedman’s piece yesterd.

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  Thursday, September 18, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09182003

Hour 1: News Survey A new study says that you can tell someone’s personality by their sleep position. Cute, but what’s the point, let alone scientific value? Thomas Friedman, NY Times columnist, concludes that France is not just working against us; it is now is our enemy… The US spends more than any country per student. more...

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  Wednesday, September 17, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09172003

Hour 1: Media Corruption in Saddam’s Iraq John Burns of the New York Times writes an expose in the magazine, Editor and Publisher, documenting the lengths to which reporters went to maintain access to Iraqi officials. Bribes, free cell phones were common, but the ultimate price was truth. more...

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  Monday, September 15, 2003 Radio Show
Code: 09152003

Hour 1: The California Recall The worst case scenario for California is a Davis recall and a Bustamante win. Moderate Arnold Schwarzenegger and conservative Tom McClintock are locked in a battle for Republican votes. more...

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  Friday, September 12, 2003 Radio Show
(Please order from original broadcast dates)

Code: 09122003

Hour 1: Dennis live. Hour 2 : Happiness hour The importance of having an "easy going" personality (July 18/03) Hour 3: Write out your concerns to someone you have an issue with (July 29/03, Hr 1).

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