Wednesday, June 22, 2005 Radio Show

Wednesday, June 22, 2005 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    What Constitutes an Apology?
    Illinois Senator Dick Durbin has finally apologized for his remarks calling the treatment of Gitmo prisoners Nazi-like. Or has he? Dennis analyzes the senator's latest statement.

    Hour 2:
    Who's Creating an Image Problem for US?
    In his tearful apology, Sen. Durbin says he's worried about the negative image the US is projecting to the world. Who's creating this negative image if not Senator Durbin and his comrades on the Left? They're the ones smearing this country with their analogies of Gitmo to Gulag and Nazi death camps.

    Hour 3:
    The Danger of "Stranger Danger"
    A boy scout who was lost in the woods for four days apparently hid from his rescuers because he had been taught by his parents to fear strangers. This fear almost killed him.... New study reports that there is no discernible difference between the health of children whose parents smoke and children whose parents who don't. The topper: the people who conducted the study don't believe their own research.

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