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This show and the next show are going to be slightly different in terms of format. There will be no hall of fame and shame today or next week. We’re going to limit our commercial interruptions. Today we are have interviews with the Rude Pundit on the President’s Plan to cut Social Security and Medicare and then we go to the source to talk to Inna Shevchenko about her group Femen who has been conducting topless protests against people, organizations and countries they feel are anti-women.
Hr1 Gang leader's deadly standoff with NYPD not serious enough to interfere w/ Mayor Bill de Blasio's gym routine.
Tell me again why people listen to celebrities as if they're experts on everything? Man on the street Mark Dice proves the point.
English language immersion work to assimilate immigrant children to the American culture. Why did we stop?
Hr2 Doing a rundown on the Facebook comments. The latest... "as a Christian I'm not going to judge." Really? You're not going to say anything when your best friend ________???? How is that letting your light shine?
Nate Imhoff talks sports! Giving kids participation trophies rewires their brains to stop trying hard. Competition is in our DNA. It's what makes us #human.
Hr3 ACLU defends teachers who don't want to take loyalty pledge to USA. Should teachers be required to pledge to uphold Constitution & foster a love for America in our children?
NBC cuts off Janelle Monae's #BlackLivesMatter speech. Not everything is racism. TV commercials = hard breaks.
Why are pro-abortion protesters always taking their clothes off? So much for not objectifying women. Femen.
Joe takes listener calls.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Join us on Making Sense as we explore
1. What is Really Going on with North Korea? Is this something to be worried about or is it same stuff, different Kim?
2. Then Amina and Femen and the blowup over Tunisia potentially implementing Sharia.
3. We will also talk about how the Verdict on the Sequester is starting to come in with the first monthly jobs report after budget cuts were implemented and there is reason for concern
As always, we will finish with our Trademark weekly hall of fame and shame for those politicians and prominent individuals who made great sense, or shameful nonsense, respectively.
This week, Making Sense with Steve Leser has two special guests. First, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs P. J. Crowley. Secretary Crowley joins us to give us his insight on the potential for military action with Syria.
Then Inna Shevchenko joins us again to discuss some controversy that has erupted with the topless protesting feminist group femen.
I'll also discuss various other news of the week and also will have my trademark hall of fame and shame for those politicians and prominent individuals that made great sense, or shameful nonsense respectively.
About 2 weeks ago Tunisian activist Amina Tyler, founder of the her own FEMEN branch in Tunisia, posted pictures of herself topless on Facebook with different political messages written on her chest. She did so, as she said "to make the voice of Tunisian women heard and stand up against oppression."
As a result, she was threatened by a couple religious leaders in the country. So then, girls from the European branches of Femen decided to "support" her by holding many topless protests against what they call the “lethal hatred of Islamists – inhuman beasts for whom killing a woman is more natural than recognising her right to do as she pleases with her own body.” As a result, many Muslim women world-wide are pretty pissed about all this talk by European women about how their liberation should be defined. Pics of Muslim women speaking against Femen have been all over twitter etc.
On July 5, Lucian Vâlsan, Huffnágel Pista and James Huff will be talking about the presence of feminism in the academia throughout Europe.
On the last edition, we featured a feminist whiner who complained about the lack of feminism in Eastern Europe. But the fact is that every single European country (be it in the EU or not) has at least one feminist medrassa camp paid entirely by the taxpayers to teach students new ways to hate men.
Because of the cultural domination of the English language, far more dangerous forms of feminism go unnoticed whilst indoctrinating the next generation into further hate. And yes, there is misandry being taught right now in other languages than English that is significantly more harsh: Swedish feminism, French feminism, Hungarian feminism, Ukrainian feminism (the home of FEMEN), Spanish feminism, Croatian feminism, you name it!
We will try to analyze as many of them as possible, particularly the different levels of misandry in them and, more importantly, start popping out solutions regarding ways to counteract their toxic influence upon youths and the society at large.
The subject is tricky so please join us and call in at (001) 310 388 9709, or Skype in, after the news. Tell us the level of implementation of academic feminism in your country!
The show will commence at 7 PM GMT (London, Reykjavik and Lisbon time).
That is 8 PM CET (Madrid, Paris, Brussels, Rome, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Budapest, Berlin, Vienna, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Bern, Bratislava, Prague, Belgrade, Tirana, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Sarajevo and Skopje time)
That is 9 PM EET (Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Kiev, Chisinau, Bucharest, Sofia, Athens, Ankara and Nicosia time)
That is 10 PM FEET (Minsk time)
And, finally, 11 PM Moscow time.
Hosts Jesse and Cody discuss sarcasm, intent, purpose and valuation as they pertain to their analysis of the oral arguements given at the Supreme Court concering Gay Marriage as well as the idea and theory of Marriage itself, the tactics of dismantling Rape Culture, and European Feminist group Femen.