Wednesday, January 12, 2005 Radio Show
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Higher Education: Where Evil Becomes Good
In the Harvard Crimson an editorial writer tells his readers that the destruction of Fallujah proves that America is the villain in the Iraq conflict. The Islamic fascists who turned that city into a torture factory have no blame. Such is the twisted moral logic of our "finest" students. For the Left, the powerful are bad and the powerless are good. Talk about simplistic thinking, the Left bathes in it.
Guest: Sir Max Hastings, historian, former editor of The Daily Telegraph and author of Armageddon: The Battle for Germany, 1944-1945.
What Did You Do When You Were Bored in HS?
Dennis recalls his own tricks and callers share theirs. Making spitballs the size of baseballs, drilling a hole in desk with a compass tip, blowing saliva bubbles, spelling backwards, and prayer book baseball are just a few of brilliant boredom-reducing techniques employed.