Friday, June 27, 2003 Radio Show

Friday, June 27, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Supreme Court's Sodomy Decision
    The issue is not whether anti-sodomy laws should be repealed, the issue is, who decides. In a good example of liberal arrogance, the liberal wing of the Supreme Court has decided that they, and not the people through their elected representatives, should decide what behaviors are acceptable to society. This is social engineering by judicial fiat.

    Hour 2:
    Happiness Hour: Items versus Experiences
    Since most of us have finite resources, we have to make choices between things we want to purchase and personal experiences, like travel. Dennis comes down in favor of experiences, but doesn't deny that things can bring us great pleasure, too. Callers declare their preferences and give their reasons.

    Hour 3:
    Equation of Animals and Humans
    A woman in Japan jumped into a river to save her dog. The dog survived. She drowned. She gave her life for her pet. Why? The only explanation is that she equated her dog with herself, the standard thinking of the animal rights crowd. They believe, as this woman apparently did, that animals have the same value as human beings. This is now a common secular world view.

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