Daily Topics - Wednesday December 31st, 2014

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Be sure to check out our new videos: CARBON, LAST HOURS & GREEN WORLD RISING - narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio

Anything goes holiday week!

Hour One: The most under-reported story...

Hour Two: How one small town ended poverty!

Hour Three: Why is autism on the rise? Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.)

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mathboy 7 years 32 weeks ago
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Malaysia's flag is very similar to the U.S. flag.

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mathboy 7 years 32 weeks ago
#2

Wow, some caller got a conspiracy out of a flag with 5 green and white stripes rather than 13 red and white stripes? Like some cabal thought it could possibly sneak that by, and it's not just intended as a different flag?

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