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May 23 2007

Swenglish Rantings Radio – 070523

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Linné’s 300th Bday – Celebrations all over Sweden

Sweden: Gun Bandits Hold Up Willys Supermarket

Sweden, Second Life, Big Money, Scandal and Bleeding Edge Technology


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Radio Sweden

Radio Sweden




Radio Sweden 2007-05-23

We`re in the University Town of Uppsala for the culmination of the Carl Linnaeus celebrations. We“ll also be announcing the winners of our Linnaeus competition. The Prime Minister is not amused…..Frederick Reinfelt`s Pirates of the Caribean premiere proves to be a damp squib as he`s squirted with water fired from a fake microphone. And we`re upside down as we go batty over new research into a protected species.



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-05-23


A Lesson Learned: When Ego Trumps Accountability

Chuck Colson
Last week, one of the most brilliant scholars I’ve known and a dedicated public servant, Paul Wolfowitz, resigned from the presidency of the World Bank, ending a scandal that had riveted Washington.


Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager – 2007-05-23





Guest Host Mark Taylor

Prager H1: Mark discusses such things as Iran’s desire to destroy Israel, troop withdrawal in Iraq and the immigration bill.



Guest Host Mark Taylor

Prager H2: Mark discusses the book “The Dangerous Book for Boys” by Conn Iggulden.



Guest Host Mark Taylor

Prager H3: Mark talks to Lila Rose, student and editor of The Advocate newspaper and David French (Director of the Alliance Defense Fund’s Center for Academic Freedom).



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-05-23


Hugh Hewitt’s Blog



James Inhofe, Michael Chertoff, Michael Totten

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh discusses the nuts and bolts of the Senate immigration bill with Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe and Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, and updates on the events in Lebanon with blogger Michael Totten.



Jon Kyl

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh spends much of the hour with Arizona Senator Jon Kyl about the concerns many conservatives have with the Senate immigration bill, and the prospects for amending it.



Erwin Chemerinsky, John Eastman

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh spends extended segments with the Smart Guys to discuss potential Constitutional problems that could arise as a result of implementing the new Senate immigration bill.



Bill Bennett – 2007-05-23


Mike Huckabee, Canidate for President, Fomer Governor of Arkansas

Bennett discusses current events, politics, and Huckabee’s race for the 2008 presidency.



Tony Snow, White House Press Secretary

Bennett pulls back the curtain on current immigration reform bill, with Tony Snow.



Robert Rector, Senior Research Fellow – The Heritage Foundation

Bennett digs into the hard facts behind the latest push for immigration reform, with Robert Rector.


Mike Medved

Michael Medved – 2007-05-23




Tuesday May 22, 2007

Liberals Misuse Language With Michael Medved

Medved H1: Medved wants to know why all of the language of public debate tilts to the left.



JaySekulow – 2007-05-23


Jay Sekulow Live


Lobbying Reform Affecting Churches and Non-Profits

The latest today on efforts in the House to reinstate language into a bill that would target churches and non-profit organizations making it more difficult for them to speak out about the issues that matter most.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-05-23

The Reagan Ranch Center


Jonathan Schanzer: Know Thy Enemy—Radical Islam and the War on “Terror”

Jonathan Schanzer, the Director of Policy at the Jewish Policy Center briefs campus activist on the challenges America faces in the Middle East and how the United States can defeat those leading the radical Islamist movement. This speech was part of Young America’s Foundation’s Club 100 Reagan Ranch Retreat which brings together the top conservative student activists in the country.




Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report



Neil’s Common Sense – 2007-05-23

Neil Cavuto



The Cato Institute

I am doing some feed catch up here, these go from today back to May 14th.


Michael Moore’s Newest Nonsense

featuring Michael D. Tanner



Feds in the Classroom

featuring Neal McCluskey



The Age of Abundance

featuring Brink Lindsey



Gonzales Under Fire

featuring Timothy Lynch



Power Surge: The Constitutional Record of George W. Bush (PDF)

by by Gene Healy and Timothy Lynch



Immigration Reform, at Last?

featuring Daniel T. Griswold



Reviewing the Republican Debate

featuring David Boaz



The Corporate Welfare State

featuring Stephen A. Slivinski



Gambling with Our Reputation

featuring Sallie James



Who Snatched the GOP?

featuring Victor Gold


May 16 2007

13 yr Swede Forced To Masturbate on Internet

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– Swedish School Sued for not Stopping Bullying

It started off as a regular chat on MSN between a then 13 year old girl and an almost 35 year old boy. But then their conversation changed. The boy persuaded the girl to make a video showing her breasts, which she reluctantly did. After that he threatened to show the video to the girl’s friends unless she would make a video of herself masturbating. Their conversations now turned very threatening.

-I think you should do something sexy unless you want me to send our little video to everybody on my MSN buddy list, the boy wrote.

Eventually the girl agreed to masturbate in front of the camera since the boy promised that if she did this he wouldn’t show the pictures of her breasts to anyone. However, the boy didn’t keep his promise and the next time the girl came to school, about ten students there had seen the masturbation movie.

At the hearings the girl said that she was crying when she did what the boy had told her to, and that nobody in school wanted to have anything to do with her after the movie had started to circulate.

The boy claimed that is was all just for fun, but after reading the MSN conversation that the police had printed out, he admits that it sounds as if he forced the girl.

The boy was earlier this week charged with slander at the Malmö court.

The prosecutor had a word of advice to other young people out there:

“I feel that it is important that young people who spend time in the computer world become more aware of what can happen and more careful about what they say or do online.”

The school has been sued as well in this matter, for not stopping the bullying.

The now 15 year old girl won in court, and got quite a bit of money due to her pain and suffering. The school has been forced to pay the girl 75 000 Swedish crowns.

However, the girl herself says:

-The money doesn’t matter one bit, I will never get my school years back.

On her first day in the ninth grade, she was greeted with a thrown rock hitting her in the head. In 31 days it will be the last day of school, when the ninth graders will be celebrated with singing in the church and a following party with cake at the city hotel.

The girl is not invited…

The day after her story was published in a Swedish newspaper, the school made her clean out her locker. She was forced to leave school and get her schooling elsewhere…

It was the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that published a series of articles about the girl and her situation.

Among other things, they wrote about how the girl was hit in the head with a rock the first day of school, and how her mother two days before school started found a letter in the mail saying “If you come back to school again it will be hell for you.”

They also wrote about how things had gotten so bad that the girl wanted to take her own life…

The response from their readers was enormous! Thousands of e-mails and letters came in to the newspaper, from all over the country – but none from the little town where they lived…

The girl’s family felt as if the whole town had turned against them as well, and they are now moving to another place to get a fresh start.

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