Wednesday, May 7, 2003 Radio Show

Wednesday, May 7, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    ACLU: Bring Down the Cross
    The 9th circuit court of appeals has ruled that a Christian cross on public lands violates the Establishment clause of the Constitution. What is the difference between the ACLU wanting to bring down Christian crosses in Ventura and the Mojave Desert and the Taliban pulling down an ancient Buddhist sculpture in Afghanistan?

    Hour 2:
    Why Aren't Athletes Liberal?
    Actors, Directors, Musicians, and Writers are usually liberal. But who ever heard of "Athletes against the War"? Athletes need discipline, have to respect authority and play for the team. These are all qualities that seem to push them toward a more conservative point of view. Dennis talks to two Stanford football players, center, Andy Clavin and nose tackle, Craig Albrecht who reflect this more conservative outlook.

    Hour 3:
    Phony Terror Alerts?
    Is the Bush administration manipulating a gullible public with phony terror alarms? That's the contention of Dennis's guest, Philip Zimbardo, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and president of the American Psychology Association.

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