Tuesday, February 1, 2005 Radio Show

Tuesday, February 1, 2005 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    A Defining Event
    Will there be cognitive dissonance on the Left as result of the Iraqi election? How do open-minded liberals oppose the war now? Isn't liberalism supposed to be for the spread of democracy? Leftists don't ask these questions. They just hate the US.

    Hour 2:
    The Obsession with Trivial Evil
    People obsessed with trivial evil, like second-hand smoke, are often the ones most opposed to fighting major evil like Islamic Fascism. It's a reflection of the narcissism of our age... John Corzine buys another major office in New Jersey. The NY Times responds by urging yet more campaign finance reform, the very reason why Corzine can spend his way into the governor's mansion.

    Hour 3:
    Voices of Iraq
    Dennis talks to the producers of a remarkable new documentary about the people of Iraq. In addition to shooting their own footage, they gave cameras to ordinary Iraqis and asked them to make their own videos which they edited into the documentary. Guests: Archie Drury and Eric Manes.

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