Wednesday, August 24, 2005 Radio Show
Shipping Weight: 0.20 pounds
Pat Robertson called for the assassination of Hugo Chavez, the semi-dictator of Venezuela. Chavez is a Castro with oil and a potential danger to the US and the hemisphere, but Robertson should have more sense than voice such foolish statements... The NCAA has backed off from its call for Florida State to drop its nickname, the Seminoles... Several hundred British scientists have signed a petition endorsing the value of animal testing. This is gutsy because many of them may now be harassed by animal rights wackos... Kids are asphyxiating themselves to get high... Justice Breyer expounds his activist philosophy in a new book.
Smoking and the Perfect Woman
If you met a potentially perfect mate, but he or she smoked, would that end any chance of marriage? Dennis relates a story in which a friend's trainer says that it would for him. Dennis thinks this is foolish, but admits there are idiosyncrasies that would disqualify a woman for him.
The Corrosive Power of Unions
Guest: Linda Chavez, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity, based in Washington, D.C., frequent TV commentor, syndicated columnist and author of Betrayal: How Union Bosses Shake Down Their Members and Corrupt American Politics.