Wednesday, March 16, 2005 Radio Show

Wednesday, March 16, 2005 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Departing from American Values
    Dennis reads highlights from Dwight Eisenhower's first inaugural speech. He spoke of good and evil, right and wrong, many of the same ideas GW speaks of now. But then we accepted these ideas as self-evident. Now they are the subject of ridicule in the mainstream media and at the university.

    Hour 2:
    Redefining Sexuality
    In a college paper in Canada, a young woman describes how she can no longer remain "a rigid heterosexual." She acknowledges that her college experience has changed her formerly "straight" view of the world. But society has no influence on sexuality, the Left maintains.

    Hour 3:
    Peterson Death Penalty Upheld
    The judge upheld the jury's recommendation. How many years will it be, if ever, before he'll actually be executed? Harvard faculty voted that they have "no confidence" in Lawrence Summers. Dennis has no confidence in him, either. Summers backed down when he should have stood up to the Left over the issue of the difference between men and women... Philadelphia wants to disarm the innocent. That's their answer to a current rise in murders.

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