Thursday, September 18, 2003 Radio Show

Thursday, September 18, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    News Survey
    A new study says that you can tell someone's personality by their sleep position. Cute, but what's the point, let alone scientific value? Thomas Friedman, NY Times columnist, concludes that France is not just working against us; it is now is our enemy... The US spends more than any country per student. But, according to Democrats and most Republicans, we have to spend more. Whatever we spend, it never seems to be enough.

    Hour 2:
    Finding a Husband After 35
    Guest: Rachel Greenwald, author of Find a Husband After 35 Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School: A Revolutionary 15-Step Action Program.

    Hour 3:
    How Feminism Has Mixed Up Women
    Feminism would be far better named "masculinism" because the message it has conveyed to women is that success is defined on male terms career is more important than family. But this goes against female nature. By the time many women realize this, it's too late to for them to get married and have a family.

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