Friday, January 13, 2006 Radio Show

Friday, January 13, 2006 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Fairness not Justice
    The Alito hearings, like the Roberts hearings, were very clarifying. The Democrats are interested in fairness not in justice. That's why the Democratic senators were so focused on the idea that Judge Alito didn't give a "fair shake" to "the little guy." Also, DNA testing has proven Roger Coleman, executed for a brutal murder in Virginia was, in fact, the killer. Many in the anti-capital punishment crowd maintained he was innocent.

    Hour 2:
    Happiness Hour: Happiness in the Every Day
    Big thrills, like an annual vacation, are, for most of us, far and few between. To lead a happy life, you need to be able to appreciate the simple pleasures of every day life... Also, as we get older we learn to value the mundane. If you can learn that early in life, you can get a big head start on a happy life.

    Hour 3:
    Open Lines
    Callers set the agenda, per usual. Issues raised include: Why did Dennis stay a Democrat for so long; if you want to be religious, but don't have a religion now which religion should you choose; what to do when you love a person who smokes, but smoking turns you off; who has written the best history of Poland.

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