Wednesday, March 19, 2003 Radio Show
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BBC Reporter Befuddled by America's Faith
Dennis reads from a BBC reporter's story of his impression of Americans and their faith. In all his postings to various Western countries, this reporter has never encountered anything like it. People in the US actually believe in God, pray and talk about good and evil. They certainly don't do that in Europe.
Airline Industry: Where Is It Headed?
Guest: Edward Hudgins, adjunct scholar with the Cato Institute and expert in the field of transportation. As United Airlines flies toward oblivion, losing millions of dollars every day, and American Airlines on the edge of bankruptcy, how can the airline industry survive? Dennis and Dr. Hudgins discuss the causes of the industry's problems and its future.
International Law, the UN and Iraq
Guest: Francis Boyle, Professor of Law at the U. of Illinois. A short and very revealing exchange.