Thursday, May 5, 2005 Radio Show

Thursday, May 5, 2005 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Abu Ghraib Hysteria
    To call what happened at Abu Ghraib torture is to good example of the dangerous cheapening of our language. It must elicit bitter laughter from people who really have been tortured. Pvt. England's testimony at her trial shows that what happened there was abuse, but not much more.

    Hour 2:
    "Warriors" Offends Native Americans
    Marquette University has changed its name from "The Warriors" to "Gold." Their rationalization (they don't want to offend anyone) is both foolish and unintentionally funny. The time has come for alumni to stop giving money to such wimpy institutions... Ann Coulter was heckled at the U. of Texas at Austin. This is part of a pattern. The Leftist tolerance crowd has no tolerance for Conservatives.

    Hour 3:
    Do Good People Think They're Good?
    In his entire radio career, no one has ever called in to say they were bad. But we know such people exist. What makes a person good? Or bad? And how does our nature incline us toward good or evil?

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