Wednesday, September 29, 2004 Radio Show

Wednesday, September 29, 2004 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Let's All Hold Hands
    John Kerry promises to call a conference of world's nations to solve our Iraq problems -- yet another example of his unrealistic, utopian and ultimately dangerous thinking... David Zucker, writer/director of "Airplane," comes up with a good analogy for our strategy in Iraq: it's like the roach motel. The terrorists enter, but they don't leave.

    Hour 2:
    Academia Gone Wild: Rachel Corrie Award
    Dennis talks to the Harriet Malinowitz, a professor of English and Long Island University, admirer of Rachel Corrie, and administrator of the Rachel Corrie Courage in Teaching Award.

    Hour 3:
    Buried in the Sand
    Liberals look at bad behavior like the humiliations of a few Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib and act horrified. But they look away from true evil. Dennis talks to writer and talk show host Mark Taylor about his new documentary on Iraq and Islamic terror, Buried in the Sand - The Deception of America.

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