Tuesday, September 2, 2003 Radio Show
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Weekend in Review
Two girls had their pop stand shut down in St. Paul because they didn╠t have a license. This is a good example of how absurdly over–regulated we╠ve become. The girls got their pop stand back after public protest, but the point has been made bureaucracy strangles freedom. This year╠s freshman college class was born in 1985. They've always lived in a world that has MTV. The teaching of American history is more important than ever. A French hotel offers VIP treatment for dogs, including psychological counselling Egyptian press blames US for bombing of the mosque in Najaf, Iraq. Iranian press blames Israel. Evil begins with lies California taxes are chokingly high, but Democrats wants them higher.
Denmark: Europe╠s Potemkin Village
It sounds like paradise, but there is rot and despair behind the fantasy that is Danish socialism. Guest: Henrik Hansen, teacher of economics at the Copenhagen Business School.
11,000 deaths in France, mostly because everybody was on vacation during a heat wave and didn╠t bother to check on Gramps or Granny. Socialism fosters the idea that we are not responsible for others; that's the state's job.