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Should Gay Couples Have the Same Civil Rights as Straights?

April 28, 2005

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[This show was originally broadcast on May 17, 2004, the day Massachusetts legalized marriages of gay couples. It is being replayed today at listeners’ request.]
Mark Debates Glenn Stanton,
Focus on the Family ‘s Director of Social Research and Cultural Affairs and Senior Analyst for Marriage and Sexuality. Mr. Stanton is the anti-gay-marriage expert at one of the leading interest groups in America that opposes giving gay couples equal civil rights to straight couples. Mr. Stanton’s job is to train his colleagues at Focus on the Family who oppose same-sex marriage on how to debate the issue publicly by giving them the talking points and “spin bites” they need to argue the issue.
As you can imagine, Mark and Glenn had quite a debate.


April 27, 2005

The Republicans — who changed the ethics rules to prevent Tom Delay from undergoing scrutiny for bribery, diversion of defense resources to monitor political opponents, illegal fundraising, and numerous examples of corruption — have backed down and agreed to change the rules back, which would allow Delay’s notorious corruption to be investigated.
The Majority Party couldn’t take the intense heat put forward by the American People, who demanded that Ethics should not be disregarded just because the Republican Party has all the levers of power.
This is a great victory for America. Congratulations to all those who called their Members of Congress to make this happen. THE INSIDE SCOOP did its part, reporting on the ethical corruption of Tom Delay as early as July 9, 2004.
Now if we could only get the same outrage over the necessity of verified voting machines…

Recount in Ohio

April 27, 2005

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[This show was originally broadcast on November 12, 2004 — just ten days after the election.]
Important Guest: Congressman John Conyers of Michigan, the Ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee

Debate Tuesday: Is the Christian Right Christian? Is it Right?

April 26, 2005

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[This show was originally broadcast September 15, 2004.]
Guests: Dwain Pellebon, Ph.D., Professor of Social Work at the University of Oklahoma and Jack Cashill, author, producer, Republican speech writer, and executive editor of Ingram’s Magazine
What would Jesus do? Would he vote for today’s Republican Party?
The most fervent support for the Republican Party comes from fundamentalist Christians. Today, THE INSIDE SCOOP hosts a debate as to whether the Christian Right upholds Christian values.

War Profiteering

April 25, 2005

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(This show was originally broadcast October 22, 2004.)
You may think you’ve heard all there is to hear about Halliburton no-bid contracts in Iraq. But this show will shock even hardened Democrats.
My guest, Antonia Juhasz, Project Director of the International Forum on Globalization, describes in detail how the Bush Administration installed corporations to permanently run Iraq — even where that conflicts with democracy there — and how animosity against these American corporate rulers is fueling the Iraqi attacks against American troops.

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