Monday, April 28, 2003 Radio Show
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Weekend in Review
Charlton Heston resigns from the NRA. Dennis notes that Heston, a personal friend, has graced America and humanity with his presence. That he suffers from Alzheimers is a tragedy; The New Big Lie: Israel Must Make Peace. We have it backwards. It's the Palestinians who must make peace. Israelis want it; Ashley Banfield Gave Landon Lecture at Kansas. She's pretty, but vapid. And her remarks prove it; France Colluded with Iraq. We now have evidence that French government had worked closely with Saddam's henchmen; Severe Acute Media Syndrome. That's what SARS should really be called.
Why Does Mom Always Ask Me to Put on My Coat?
Dennis gives some reasons. Women are cold. Men aren't; Mothers believe they know better than fathers how to raise kids; Mom bought the jacket, knows that Junior is going to outgrow it in a few months, so, by golly, she's going to get some value for her investment; Mom is the one who takes care of the kid when he gets sick; Moms want to have control over their children.
The Dangers of Having Being Exposed to Sex Early in Life
A book that advocates sexuality early in life won the LA Times Book Award. Dennis is not surprised, but strongly disagrees with the message.