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Human Rights Don't Cost a Thing, or, "Art for Dummies"

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Tonight on a human rights violating edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we have selective amnesia about some of our war criminal listeners, as Jennifer Lopez apologizes for performing a private concert for an oppressive, torture-endorsing, Human Rights Watch-provoking, war mongering dictator and Jennifer Lopez fan. So what's her excuse for American Idol?

Next, we kick off the first of a summer "Essentials" series, where each week we feature albums we feel are required listening. They may be familiar, or they may be obscure, but never in a greasy, ungrateful hipster sort of way. Tonight we "Add it Up" with the Violent Femmes' self-titled debut album.

Later, we see the writing on the ground as a San Diego man could be found guilty of a series of misdemeanor charges that would land him in jail for as many as 13 years, all for writing down his opinions on a public sidewalk in children's chalk.

Finally, we stay in the world of art and stupidity with an Upper East Side couple who claims they were tricked by their children's pricey private school into paying $50,000 for a finger painting by kindergartners. Usually a cocktail party does the trick, so we'll see what the overpriced beef is...

All this, and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!