Monday, September 29, 2003 Radio Show

Monday, September 29, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Weekend in Review
    Madeline Albright writes in her autobiography that President Clinton understood that world security depended on the removal of Saddam Hussein. This passage should be read to all the Democrats running for President... In Europe, but especially in Germany, conspiracy theories about the US and 9/11 abound. Europe is living in a fantasy world where the real threat is not Islamic terror, but the US... In Southern Oregon TV stations are running hip Planned Parenthood TV ads promoting condoms to teens. This is supposed to protect kids, but it does the opposite. It promotes teen sex...

    Hour 2:
    Confronting Jihad
    Guest: Saul Singer editorial-page editor of the Jerusalem Post and author of Confronting Jihad: Israel's Struggle & The World After 9/11.

    Hour 3:
    Dennis for Arnold
    Dennis comes out for Arnold Schwarzenegger. Yes, Dennis prefers Tom McClintock's policies, but pragmatism, as unromantic as that may sound, demands that we support someone who can win. The enemy of the better is very often a utopian pursuit of the best... Also, Dennis talks to the student organizer of SMU's affirmative action bake sale.

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