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    Robert Hanssen Spy Case

    Eric O’Neill talked about the Robert Hanssen spy case. Mr. O’Neill was an FBI agent involved in catching Mr. Hanssen. 

    The FBI forbade…

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    Free Trade Agreements

    The guests talked about the direction of free trade agreements with the Democrats now in control of Congress. The guests responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.

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    Bald Eagle No Longer Endangered

    During the program Mr. Clark held a baby bald eagle named “Justice” from the Wildlife Center for Virginia. He talked about bald eagles being removed from the…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for comments on Senator John McCain’s acceptance speech.

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    1968 Impact on Movies

    Willie Waffle talked about, among other topics, how the movie ratings system came about, how movies get their ratings, the impact on American culture and the disparities in the rating…

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    Unemployment and the U.S. Economy

    Don Peck talked about his March, 2010 Atlantic article, “How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America.” In it examines how current high joblessness rates will affect the life…

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    Teen Boot Camps

    Mr. Kutz spoke about a federal inquiry into boot camps and wilderness programs for troubled teens that was released earlier in the week by the Government Accountability Office. He…

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    Housing Plan for Disaster Victims

    Representative Henry Cuellar talked about the roles of FEMA and the Department of Housing and Urban Development in responding to housing needs of Gulf Coast states after emergencies and…

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    FBI Use of National Security Letters

    Representative Nadler, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, talked about the Justice Department inspector’s general report on the use of National Security Letters by the Federal…

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    1968 Impact on Teaching Evolution

    Rev. Barry Lynn and Edward Sission talked about the 1968 Supreme Court case of Epperson v. Arkansas. The 9-0 decision overturned an Arkansas law, which prohibited teachers in…

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    Campaign 2008

    Todd Dorman talked by remote video from Des Moines, Iowa, about the previous day’s ABC Republican presidential debate held at Drake University. He also discussed the role Iowa…

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    Book Discussion on A Letter to America

    Former Senator David Boren talked about his book, A Letter to America. He questioned how long the United States, with only six percent of the world’s population, can remain a global…

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    Exit Polls and the Media

    Exit polls will play a role in the media’s forecasting the early results of tonight’s election. Mark Blumenthal talked about exit polls and the media reliance on…

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    Conservatives and Politics

    Mr. Steyn talks about the state of the conservative party and its future. Topics included his view of President Bush, Republican potential presidential candidates, and Middle East…

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    Obama Transition and Appointments

    Dana Houle talked about the Bush-Obama transition thus far. He offered his perspective on the incoming Administration’s proposed policies and appointments, including…

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    Marc Theissen on Use of Predator Drones

    Marc Thiessen spoke about the Obama administration’s use of predator drones in Afghanistan and Pakistan, arguing that the policy could have several harmful effects in the war in…

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    Little Rock Nine Anniversary

    Mr. Green spoke about his experiences as one of the “Little Rock Nine” and
    how events like the Little Rock Nine helped to shape the civil rights movement. He also…

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    Book Discussion on The Post-American World

    Appearing by remote access from New York City, Fareen Zakaria talked about his book The Post-American World, published by W.W. Norton. Zakaria argues that we are living in a…

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    Exxon Valdez Supreme Court Case

    Two attorneys not connected with the case analyzed the arguments in yesterday’s Supreme Court case regarding the $2.5 billion dollar reduced award of punitive damages against Exxon in…

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    History of the FBI

    Mr. Fox talked about the history of the FBI on the 100th anniversary of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.

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