Monday, March 10, 2003 Radio Show
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Weekend in Review
Dennis broadcasts from frigid Minnesota. Jimmy Carter in the New York Times on "Just Wars." The former president gets it all wrong, per usual; Code Pink: Feminists Anti- War March in DC. How are we supposed to take these people seriously in the pink wigs and boas? Times of London: Hans Blix Hiding Facts. Saddam has drones that could drop chemical weapons on our troops or Iraq's neighbors. Blix knows about it, but doesn't report it. Why? Israel Kills Major Hamas Leader. Hamas now says that they'll target Israeli politicians. Why the "cycle of violence" mantra is wrong.
1. Does the UN Determine What Is Right and Wrong?
Dennis carries over calls from the first hour and develops his answer to this question.
2. Minnesotans against Terorrism
Guest: Mark Rotenberg, lawyer and spokesman for Minnesotans against Terrorism. His group has generated a lot of publicity about unfair media bias against the US and Israel in the war against terror.
The Catholic Dilemma
Guest: Rod Dreher, writer for the National Review. Dreher, an orthodox Catholic, wrote an opinion piece in the WSJ describing his unhappiness with the church's position both on the war with Iraq and sexual abuse by priests. Catholic callers weigh in.