Tonight, on a penultimate edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we take a moment to honor the 50th anniversary for the historic March on Washington, with a reflection of where we are now, and how so much more needs to be done. Speaking of what needs to be done, as the clock ticks towards a showdown with Syria, leave it to The Onion, a satirical publication, to give the deepest perspective on the gravity of a war that no one wants, but may not be able to avoid. Next, if we haven't outraged you enough this week, a Montana judge is under fire for sentencing a 54-year-old former teacher to just 30 days in jail for raping a 14-year-old girl who later committed suicide. Naturally, this caused outrage, because it should. Well discuss this miscarriage of justice and give you the opportunity to use your voice and be heard via a petition launched by comedienne Elayne Boosler.
Later, as if you needed more evidence that Donald Trump is a giant douchebag, a man who spent nearly $35k trying to learn some of the Donald's real estate secrets (spoiler: having a lot of your father's money) claimed he left the sessions with little more than a photo of him next to a life-sized cutout of Trump to show for his investment. We'll be talking the Art of the Fleece, and how once again a fool is easily parted with their money.
And finally, we get back to our #DontBeDumb crusade with news that a Brooklyn man accused of punching a woman in the face and then making off with her cellphone was caught just a short distance form the crime scene because his sagging pants made it impossible for him to run away. Here's to literally getting caught with your pants down. All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
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