Thursday, October 3, 2002 Radio Show
Want the download (MP3) of this radio show?
Use the coupon code DPRSMP3 at checkout to receive an MP3 download of this show for $4.
PLEASE NOTE: Upon checkout, you will be asked to choose a shipping option. When processing the order, we will remove the shipping cost.
Please allow 1-2 business days for delivery of the file.
Quantity in Basket:
Type: Radio Show
|Hour 1: |
The New Jersey Supreme Court rules that any candidate who doesn't think he's
doing well in the polls can quit any time before the election and have his
party choose someone else. Another degradation of democracy from a liberal
Actress Patricia Heaton tells Bill O'Reilly on FoxNews that she would vote
for a ban on abortion. When asked whether this would hurt her career in
Hollywood, she responded that she fears God more than Barbra Streisand. Who
but a Christian in Hollywood would say something like this? Dennis spends an
hour praising the achievement of conservative American Christians.
The Middle East
1. The kidney of a Jewish victim of Palestinian terror is given by his
family to a Palestinian girl and saved her life (LAT, 09-23-2002). Do you
think this was widely reported in the Palestinian press?
2. NY Times Middle East expert Judith Miller writes in the NYT Book Review
(09-29-2002): "The unpleasant fact is that no Muslim societies offer their
people rule of law, economic development and active civil participation."
3. The Western press keeps calling Muslim attacks on Christians (like the 6
massacres in Pakistan) attacks on "Western" targets. They refuse to
acknowledge these as religiously inspired violence against other religions.
(WSJ, 09-27-2002). Even the murder of Daniel of the Wall Street is almost
never described as the deliberate Islamic murder of a Jew event ho the last
words he was made to say prior to being murdered were that his mother is a
4. Professor Bernard Lewis explains that the oft repeated line that the
Arab-Israeli conflict has to be solved in order to be able to confront Iraq
and other Middle East problems is wrong. The Arab governments, all
dictatorships, deflect the anger of their citizens onto Israel, America, and
Jews. Without Israel to hate, Arab anger would be directed toward the Arab
dictators. (WSJ, 09-27-2002)