Thursday, September 23, 2004 Radio Show

Thursday, September 23, 2004 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Should Sean Green Play on Yom Kippur?
    The star of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who is Jewish, is struggling with the issue. The Dodgers are in the middle of a very close pennant race. Should he honor the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, or keep faith with his teammates and play in two key games?

    Hour 2:
    A Hero of Our Time
    Iraqi Prime Minister Allawi addressed Congress today and gave an upbeat report. Do we abandon this man and those who support him to the monsters who slaughter innocent hostages? Apparently, new anti-war candidate John Kerry and his fellow Democrats do... Also, Arnold Schwarzenegger, who does state business from a tent outside his office because he can't smoke his cigars inside, vetoed a bill passed by the Leftist Calfornia legislature that would have compelled all schools to drop Indian mascots... The ratings for CBS Evening News have plummeted since the start of Rathergate.

    Hour 3:
    The French Betrayal of America
    Guest: Kenneth Timmerman, an investigative reporter who lived in France for 18 years and author of The French Betrayal of America. Best of Prager Hour. Originally Broadcast on March 30, 2004.

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