On the Program - July 23 2008

The grandest of all laws is the law of progressivedevelopment. Under it, in the wide sweep of things, men grow wiser as they growolder, and societies better - Christian Nestell Bovee

HourOne - John Berlau www.cei.org Topic:Why does the new GSE bailout require a fingerprintregistry? and Do you mind beingstrip searched every time you go through an airport?

HourTwo - Terry Jeffrey www.cnsnews.com Topic: Guaranteed Government...is itthe government's role to guarantee us certain material benefits in addition topreserving our basic human rights?

HourThree - "Everything You Know is Wrong" Dr. Dagmar Herzog www.web.gc.cuny.edu Topic: SEX INCRISIS: The New Sexual Revolution and the Future of American Politics

Topic: What are you doing to protect your food supply?

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