Daily Topics - Wednesday April 30th, 2014

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Hour Three: America's 'cold war' agains Russia - Professor Stephen Cohen, The Nation Magazine


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ckrob 8 years 31 weeks ago

Regarding our country's use of execution:

Let's bring back crucifixion. If it was good enough for Jesus and the Roman Empire it ought to be good enough for the Christian U.S. of A. All we would need is some wood and a few nails. None of this messing around with complicated chemicals and stuff that we can screw up.

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