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Baldwin/McCullough Xtreme Radio: What the flip?

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In Hour One... Those tuning into the show over the weeks we've been on have noticed two things about Stephen Baldwin's language. It is not the colorful string of profanity it might have been before he became a born again Christian, but it also still sometimes offends. But it's my opinion that this is something that everyone struggles with. When something really hacks you off, or you're really excited, what does using euphemisms in place of profanity actually say about us? Stephen also had his new book pulled by the biggest Christian retailer in America for not toning down one of the character's sin. Language and its relevance to life. We ask, you comment - 800.345.9622 - call us toll free in hour one. In the month of December the outgoing President is scheduled to release a series of Presidential pardons. Convicted persons, who have penalized for breaking laws, that he has the power to--through the stroke of a pen--eradicate the remainder of their penalty. But many Americans want to know why any convicted felons should be pardoned ever. And if it is such a noble thing, it seems fishy that Presidents only seem to do it at the end of their presidential terms. And what about us. Have we ever been guilty of "pardoning" someone who was dead to rights, even guilty, but we chose to cancel the debt? How do you justify saying "not guilty?" Agree/Disagree - and if you disagree you get to go to the front of the line... 800.345.9622.