Thursday, May 29, 2003 Radio Show

Thursday, May 29, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Is Movie Violence Bad for Kids?
    Violence has no moral connotation. There is good violence and bad violence. After seeing the movie "Daredevil" on a flight to Philadelphia, Dennis discusses the difference. Watching the good guys fight for justice and beat up the bad guys is a good lesson for kids. The liberal elite prefer a different lesson all violence is bad.

    Hour 2:
    Woman Won't Take Off Veil for License
    A recent covert to Islam contends that she shouldn't have to remove her veil to get her driver's license in Florida. Her ACLU lawyers, in their usual reducto ad absurdum style, have framed the case as a freedom of religion issue. If she wins, it will set a dangerous precedent dangerous for public safety and dangerous for the Judeo-Christian foundation of our society.

    Hour 3:

    Monkey Man
    A professor at Wayne State University is agitating to add chimpanzees to the same genus as homo sapiens. His argument is based on the fact that we share 99.4% of DNA with our hairy "cousins." He unintentionally makes a great case for the existence of God. How else do you explain why human beings have produced Bach symphonies and monkeys haven't

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