Wednesday, June 1, 2005 Radio Show

Wednesday, June 1, 2005 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    The French Say "Non"
    This past weekend, the French voted "non" on the EU constitution, all 319 pages of it. Dennis discusses the implications with Michael Ledeen, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and expert on European affairs... The identity of "Deep Throat," the source of the Watergate scandal, is now known. Is he a hero? Or a snake who helped bring down a president? Whatever the answer, he unintentionally changed journalism for the worse... Art experts can't determine whether a new trove of Jackson Pollack paintings is real or fake. Not hard to see why.

    Hour 2:
    The Arrogance of Values
    Dennis discusses his latest column in Judeo-Christian value series. Is it arrogant to say that your values are better than someone else's?

    Hour 3:
    Prager University: The Presidents
    Guest: Ted Widmer, director of the C. V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience at Washington College, former senior adviser to President Clinton and director of speechwriting at the National Security Council and author of American Presidents: Martin Van Buren.

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