There are some sound bites from the last week that leave most of us asking the question, "what do we do with this?" In this episode talk about what's been said (or done) and what might be done about it.
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Labels: Abortion, Attorney General, Herman Cain, Iraq, Islam, Liberals, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, New York, Obama, Podcast, Protests, Saddam Hussein, Voters
There are some sound bites from the last week that leave most of us asking the question, "what do we do with this?" In this episode we're going to talk about what's been said (or done) and what might be done about it. Here are the articles for this episode:
- The Fate Of Saddam Hussein's Quran
- BREAKING NEWS: Attorney General Holder Scrambles to Escape Accountability over ‘Fast and Furious’
- Values Voters Go Wild for Herman Cain
- Michele Bachmann Proposes Mandatory Ultrasounds For Women Seeking Abortions
- Romney In A 'Cult,' Don't Vote For Him, Pastor Says
- Why Doesn’t #OccupyWallSt Protest Facebook, Google, Or YouTube?
- New York's Bloomberg says protesters trying to destroy jobs
- David Gregory: Obama Must 'Harness Anger' of Wall Street Protests, Combat 'Unfairness' in Economy
- Military drones flying despite worries about computer virus
- Radical Jews suspected of burning mosque in Israel
- NPR Names ‘Sesame Street’ Executive as Its Leader
- Chris Christie Decides Not To Run For President
- New addition to Alabama town's Oktoberfest: beer
- 1985 Chicago Bears get long overdue White House welcome
- Prosecutors target California's marijuana trade
- Italy, Spain Ratings Cut by Fitch; Belgium Is Put Under Review by Moody’s
- Cantor Serves Up Red Meat at Summit
- Now Serving In Uniform, Teacher Seeks To Inspire
- Marxism versus the Middle Class
- Palin's Withdrawal Means Obama Wins
- Fake Cop Pulls Over Real Cop
- Friday Talking Points -- Long Live Steve Jobs
- Steve Spinner, Energy Department Adviser, Pushed Solyndra Loan, Emails Show
Labels: Abortion, Attorney General, Herman Cain, Iraq, Islam, Liberals, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, New York, Obama, Protests, Saddam Hussein, Show Notes, Voters