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Debate Tuesday

May 24, 2005

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Does a “nuclear compromise” on approval of judges in the Senate pre-sage the end of the hard-right extremism of the Bush Administration?
What does a Republican think about the “smoking gun” evidence that the Bush Administration “fixed facts and intelligence” to support a war in Iraq?
As always, your calls and comments are warmly appreciated.
Guest: Jim Parmelee, Chairman of the Northern Virginia Republican Political Action Committee
Televised on Channel 10 in Northern Virginia (Cox Cable)

Gang Warfare

May 23, 2005

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Why do young people join gangs?
How do our nation’s gun laws and drug laws affect gangs?
What should our Government be doing (and stop doing) to curtail gang violence?
Guest: Bob Bermingham, Gang Prevention Coordinator for Fairfax County, Virginia (with a population of over 1 million, Fairfax is the most populous county in Virginia and in the Metropolitan Washington DC area)
Televised on Channel 10 in Northern Virginia (Cox Cable)

Sunday Weekly Review

May 22, 2005

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— Will Republicans Break Senate Rules and Go Nuclear on Judges Tuesday?
— Air Force Antisemitism
— Uncompassionate Conservatives

Newsweek: A Case Study in Hypocrisy in the Media, the US Gov't, and the Muslim World

May 19, 2005

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That Newsweek may or may not have gotten wrong whether some GIs flushed a copy of the Koran down the toilet is frankly, the least interesting part of the story.
What is more interesting is the incredible, audacious hypocrisy of:
— a cowed media that apologizes for this tiny story while allowing the Big Lies of this Administration to continue
— an Administration that hyperbolically attacks a possible small detail that is wrong as a way to hide the far bigger truth (just like when they attacked Dan Rather)
— a Muslim world that cares more about books than people
— an Administration that cries crocodile tears over the lost lives of a few protestors against the US when it couldn’t give a damn about the tens of thousands of innocent civilians we have killed and continue to kill in the War to Occupy Iraq
— the fact that General Myers, the Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff (the highest-ranked military officer), and Lieutenant General Eikenberry, the Commander of the Combined Forces in Afghanistan, have reported, following an investigation, that “the political violence was not, in fact, connected to the magazine report”
I am not shocked by much. But when the Pentagon spokesman says, “People are dead because of what this son of a bitch said”, and when the 24-hour news channels (CNN and MSNBC, as well as the Fox Propaganda Channel), who refused to report the “smoking gun” memo, proving Bush lied to get us into war — a memo that was a major factor in the British elections — are now reporting this 24 hours a day, you have to take notice.
Will we ever have a free press in this country?
The Soviet Tass and Pravda similarly tried to protect their Governments with carefully crafted stories, but the Soviet Union is gone. George Orwell’s 1984 is alive and well in America.

The "Stans" of Central Asia

May 18, 2005

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Guest: Chad Clay, Director the USAID Enterprise Development Project in Central Asia (based in Kazakhstan).
You’ve heard of Afghanistan and Pakistan. But how about Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan?
Can you place these countries on a map? Do you know their history? What do these Central Asian nations, formerly of the Soviet Union, tell us about Islamic terrorism, oil, and U.S. Foreign Policy?
Learn something new today. If you’ve never heard of the “Stans” or don’t understand their geopolitical importance, you won’t want to miss today’s INSIDE SCOOP.

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