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What's going on? Well....something pretty controversial and it stems from 1400 years of Inbreeding. There is no doubt that the widespread tradition of first cousin marriages among Muslims has harmed the gene pool among Muslims. Because Muslims' religious beliefs prohibit marrying non-Muslims and thus prevents them from adding fresh genetic material to their population, the genetic damage done to their gene pool since their prophet allowed first cousin marriages 1,400 years ago are most likely massive. This has produced overwhelming direct and indirect human and societal consequences. A Danish psychologist has made a study of it. Tonight - the story.
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Islamic antisemitism is as old as Islam itself, and is not a mere borrowing from non-Muslim sources, as has been claimed. Andrew Bostom's THE LEGACY OF ISLAMIC ANTISEMITISM: From Sacred Texts to Solemn History, (Prometheus... more

Does the Michelle "Whitey" Obama tape exist? Some seem to think so. And what about that Vanity Fair piece on Bubba? Whew! Tonight Richard S. Lowry stops by with an update on the war -- is it winding down?

Middle East historian Dr. Richard Landes is furious about it, and joins us tonight on my radio program (BlogTalkRadio at 9p ET) to discuss Carter's actions, and how the western mainstream media enables views like Carter's to... more

OBAMA'S gaffes just keep piling up, and we'll keep piling on... tonight, join me as we take a look at the latest "oops" from the Obamessiah.

Memorial Day special show. We remember our own. Monday night show co-host Doug Gibbs joins me for a special look at those who fought and died defending us.

Tonight we talk with Macel Falwell about her life with the late Rev. Jerry Falwell on the anniversary of his passing one year ago May 15, 2007. ALSO -- check out the BTR interview I did on Sunday, May 18 with Mat Staver, Dean of the... more

While we keep an eye on the primary results from voters in Kentucky and Oregon, we'll be talking to Dr. James Hutchens, a man on a mission for Israel. As the tiny nation celebrates its 60th anniversary, it is being besieged at every turn. Join us... more

it's Monday night and that means it's free wheeling topics. Douglas V. Gibbs of political Pistachio Radio joins me as co-host, as he does each Monday night.

We reminisce about the late Rev. Jerry Falwell, on the first anniversary since his passing, May 15, 2007. My guest is Mat Staver, Dean of Liberty University's Law School. Staver and wife Anita Staver are founders of Liberty Counsel, a... more

The greatest charade of the year is the notion that something "new" is being offered in this Presidential campaign. American Spectator's Jeffrey Lord points out the fallacy, and then some, when we get into it about Obama and McCain.