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School prayer has been a flashpoint in America since 1962 when the Supreme Court found in Engle v. Vitale that it was  unconstituional.  For 50 years, prayer and religious advocates have attacked the decision and tried to circumvent it.  And Separation advocates have fought their efforts.  History Professor Bruce Dierenfield traces the orgins of that decision and the battle it kicked off in hour 1 today.

Is having a abortion shameful?  Someanti-choice advocates try to shame women who have exercised their right to manage their bodies.  But they are having none of it and push back hard against the shamers.  An incident at Netroots Nation last week brought the fight over shame into powerful relief.  Blueoregon.com editor Carla Axtman was there. 1:15 pm ET.

A new concept in the opinion-driven world of talk radio,Fairness Radio is a daily two-hour on-line and on-air radio show that  brings together two dynamic hosts from different sides of the country and different ends of the political spectrum with a shared dedication to entertaining radio.  Conservative Chuck Morse and liberal Patrick O'Heffernan interview national guests and experts ranging from Senator Jim DeMint to Howard Dean to explore news, politics and culture from all sides.  With an international team experts from all sides of the political spectrum Fairness Radio covers the events of the world like no one else.