Daily Topics - Monday September 15th, 2014

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Be sure to check out our new video: CARBON
- narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio

One night only!! Don't miss Thom & Dan Sisson, Co-authors - The American Revolution of 1800 - Busboys & Poets, 5th and K St. Location, Washington, DC this Sunday September 21st at 5pm ET

Hour One: Thom shares his most embarrassing moment...what's yours? / PLUS, From the Ground Up - Filmmaker & 9/11 survivor Andrea Garbarini (special screening tonight on Free Speech TV at 9:30pm)

Hour Two: Did one PA county just save separation of church & state? Bryan Fischer, American Family Association

Hour Three: Time to end the bloody Ukraine conflict - Katrina Vanden Heuvel, The Nation


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mathboy 7 years 19 weeks ago

How about we rename ISIS the Combined Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, thereby giving it the acronym CISSI?

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mathboy 7 years 19 weeks ago

Spain used the peseta, not the peso.

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mathboy 7 years 19 weeks ago

Government by urim and thummim--hilarious. You may as well flip a coin with its sides labeled "guilty" and "innocent", rather than having a jury and lawyers. Better yet, get a monkey and a typewriter, "consecrate" them, and let the monkey type the laws. That would be some serious trust in God.

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mathboy 7 years 18 weeks ago

That was Caspar Weinberger, not Weinberg.

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ckrob 7 years 18 weeks ago

There is a Texas phenomenon named Kinky Friedman who closes his act with the line, 'may the God of your choice bless you real good.' The question is not which God you believe in (within the Abrahamic tradition) but rather which guy(s) actually spoke for Him. Strangely, God cannot speak for Herself.

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