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Jun 04 2007

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Paul & The Monkey Princess

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Today’s Swedish Name Days are Solbritt and Solveig – Grattis pÃ¥ namnsdagen, Happy Name Day from us to you!

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Radio Sweden

Radio Sweden




Radio Sweden 2007-06-04Senseless, Shameful, a Scandal. Just some of the headlines after a highly controversial end to Sweden`s Euro Football Qualifier against Denmark. We examine calls for Sweden to review its development assistance programme. And we`re at a controversial production portraying the life and crucifixtion of Jesus Christ.



BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-06-04



The War on ‘Defective’ Children: Genetic SelectionIn the 1998 film Gattaca, the hero says that he will never know what possessed his mother to put her faith in God instead of a geneticist.


Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-06-04


Harry Jackson: Hijacking the Civil Rights Movement

Patrick Henry said, “Give me liberty or give me death.” As an African-American I can totally relate to this quote.



The Cato Institute




Scholars Charged with Espionage

featuring Justin Logan



WeatherBrains – 2007-06-04

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 71: “Look Down”

June 4th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode 71 is now online (June 4, 2007) The netcast for people who love weather.

In this week’s episode:

V. WeatherBrains Extra: Low Down Radar … Newer doesn’t necessarily meanCASA bigger and more powerful. In fact, the next generation of weather radar–currently being field tested in Oklahoma, with more tests planned for Texas and Puerto Rico–is actually smaller and less powerful than present day systems. But what it lacks in power and size may be more than made up for by what it lets us see. David Black talks with “Professor Chandra” of Colorado State University about CASA;

2007 Hurricane season off and running: Are coastal residents ready for a major storm this year? We weigh in with some observations;

Politics and weather: J.B. Elliott confesses to being a weather troublemaker during his tenure at the National Weather Service … and the global warming comment that got NASA Administrator Michael Griffin in hot water;

WeatherBrains 101: What in the world is a wet bulb temperature? Join us as Professor Peters explains;

This Week In Weather History: Legend had it that residents in Topeka, Kansas were safe from tornadoes. But in 1966, they learned a hard lesson. And during this week in 1953, New England residents were stunned by a weather event they thought they’d never have to worry about. Join Bill Murray as we look into these and other historical weather highlights


Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-06-04





What the New York Times Deems Important Prager H1: The New York Times barely reported on the thwarted terror attack on JFK airport, relegating the story to page 30 in Sunday’s paper. Its page one story was an anguished report on how we treat teenage terrorists at Gitmo. All you need to know about the Times’ editorial position can be found in this juxtaposition… An Al Qaeda groups claim they killed 3 GI’s they captured last month… Dennis begins his analysis of the Democratic candidates debate last night.


More on the Democratic Debate Prager H2: Hillary Clinton strongly separated herself from John Edwards’ notion that the War on Terror is not real, but just a bumper sticker slogan. On Iraq, however, she fell back in with the crowd – it’s a civil war, pull our troops out now, more diplomacy.


The Democratic Debate, Part 3Prager H3: The candidates move on to issues of immigration and health care. Making English the official language of the USA is a tough question for them. Health care is easy. Just make it “free” for everyone but “the rich.”



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-06-04


Hugh Hewitt’s Blog



John McIntyre

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Guest host Dean Barnett updates on the latest with the immigration bill and recaps the Democrat debate with Real Clear Politics’ John McIntyre.


Bill Kristol

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Guest host Dean Barnett continues to discuss the immigration bill and the presidential race with the Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol.


Michelle Malkin

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Guest host Dean Barnett concludes his day discussing immigration and presidential politics, and blog news with Hot Air’s Michelle Malkin.



Mike Gallagher – 2007-06-04



Mike Gallagher 6-3-07

Mike discusses the Immigration Bill currently in the Senate.


Mike Gallagher 6-3-07 PT2

Mike talks about the Democrats’ approach to the War on Terror.


Mike Medved  

Michael Medved – 2007-06-04





Democrats debate

Medved H2: Medved talks about what went down at the Democratic debate.


Democrats debate With Michael Medved

Medved H2: Medved talks about what went down at the Democratic debate.



JaySekulow – 2007-06-04


Jay Sekulow Live


More $$ For Planned Parenthood?

A troubling development on Capitol Hill where legislation is moving forward that would result in more taxpayer funds going to Planned Parenthood. Jay has the latest on this disturbing issue and what you can do to help.



John Hinderaker – 2007-06-04

Northern Alliance Radio Network

The Headliners, Hr 1: Giuliani, Thompson, and Romney

Ed and Mitch discuss Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson and Mitt Romney.


The Headliners, Hr 2: Peggy Noonan’s Immigration Article and MN Legislature

Mitch and Ed talk about Peggy Noonan’s Wall Street Journal latest article on immigration issue. Minnesota legislature’s war on hospitality.


Powerline Radio, Hr 1: Immigration Splitting Conservative Ranks

Chad and John discuss how the debate on immigration splitting conservative ranks. Cindy Sheehan is getting Lifetime Loon Achievement Award.


Powerline Radio, Hr 2: Miss Universe Pageant Raise Immigration Issue

Chad and John discuss Miss Universe Pageant; Miss USA is getting booed in Mexico City. Calls on immigration debate. This week in Gate Keeping.


The Final Word, Hr 1: MN Legislature’s Veto of Tax Bill

King and Michael discuss the end of the legislative session and the veto of the tax bill with Brian McClung, spokesman for Governor Tim Pawlenty.


The Final Word, Hr 2: Difference Between Liberals and Conservatives

Michael wins his bet on no special session with King, and they discuss a George Will column on the differences between liberals and conservatives.



David Strom – 2007-06-04

The TaxPayers League


Hr 1: Interview with author of “Who Killed Health Care”David and Margaret interview Regina Hertzlinger, Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School and Author of “Who Killed Health Care”; America’s two trillion dollar healthcare problem.



Hr 2: Asst. Minority Leader, State Rep. Emmer on Legislative Session David and Margaret review Phil Krinkie’s Capitol Report. Assistant Minority Leader State Representative Tom Emmer talks about the end of the legislative session.




Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report



Neil’s Common Sense – 2007-06-04

Neil Cavuto




John Gibson’s My Word



War On Christmas




Bill O’Reilly’s latest Talking Points Memo – 2007-06-04



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