Thursday, September 15, 2005 Radio Show

Thursday, September 15, 2005 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    The Fate of Africa
    Guest: Martin Meredith, journalist, biographer and historian who has written extensively on Africa. His new book is The Fate Of Africa: From the Hopes of Freedom to The Heart of Despair; A History of Fifty Years of Independence.

    Hour 2:
    Favoring the Little Guy
    Democrats want their judges to favor "the little guy." But Roberts holds that he cannot favor the poor over the rich, or the rich over the poor. That's what "equal justice" means. Dennis plays clips from the Roberts hearings, focusing on questions from Senators Schumer and Durbin.

    Hour 3:
    An Immoral War?
    When you read the atrocities that Zaraqawi and his murderous thugs commit, how can you say this war is immoral? You can say it's a mistake, but not immoral. Twelve suicide bombers murdered 150 yesterday and another 20 today. But Iraqis are fighting back. They have led the charge to retake the insurgent base in Tel Afar... Also, Zagreb is the latest city in Europe to offer a human zoo exhibit.

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