Monday, March 31, 2003 Radio Show
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Weekend in Review
We are in a new civil war, a war of ideas, a war between the Left and the rest of country. At a Columbia University "teach-in" a professor calls for the slaughter of American soldiers. Students cheer. Reporter Peter Arnett gives an interview to Iraqi TV that offers aid and comfort to the enemy.
Son of Saddam
Sports Illustrated writes about Saddam's son, Uday, who tortures Iraqi Olympic athletes if they don't perform up to his expectations.
Dennis reviews his interview on Friday with Roland Marchal, Fellow of Center for Studies of International Relations in Paris. For Marchal and the French it is a mistake to assign responsibility for conflicts; and all problems should be submitted to endless negotiations. Dennis experienced with Marchal what Colin Powell and George Bush experience when they talk to the French foreign minister, De Villepin and French president, Chirac.