Wednesday, August 6, 2003 Radio Show

Wednesday, August 6, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Moral Confusion
    The Mayor of Hiroshima blames the US for the bombing of his city 58 years ago. No one wants to minimize the suffering shared by the victims of the bombing, but it ended the war and saved hundreds of thousands of lives both American and Japanese. A nuclear weapon, like any weapon, can be a great tool for good if controlled by the right people. Also: Episcopal Church votes to elect its first gay bishop. This may split the Church. It should.

    Hour 2:
    Moral Failure of the Left
    Guest: Norman Geras, professor of government at the University of Manchester, England. He writes at

    Hour 3:
    Where Do You Get Your Values From?
    Religious people get their values from their sacred texts. But where do you get your values if you're secular? This a key question that every thinking person must answer. Dennis ties it into an event that deeply disturbs him: California Gov. Gray Davis signs a bill making it a crime to fire a man who comes to work wearing a dress. Once again, the blurring of distinctions between male and female, so antithetical to Judeo-Christian tradition, is manifest in law.

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