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Tonight Steve and the Rude one will discuss:
Republican Party future in doubt
Climate Change hitting the fan in Miami
Remember when Republicans said they were going to be more careful with women and latinos this election season?
Hall of Shame: It was quite the wingnut weekend
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The Rude one and I have a lot to talk about including the Michael Brown shooting, an update on the US campaign against ISIS in Iraq. Then we will talk about Teabaggers and Benghazi, Nate Silver's analysis of what Hillary Clinton's vulnerability or lack thereof on her left flank. Finally we will give an update into the race to control the senate in the 2014 elections.
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This week we have two special interviews. First, Lee Papa the Rude Pundit returns to talk with me about a number of topics including the latest manufactured outrage on the healthcare law, health care coverage for ex cons, then we talk about Christie giving out campaign inducement trinkets made out of the steel from the downed world trade center buildings and the Alex Sink defeat in Florida and whether that portends anything for the 2014 midterm elections.
Then we have a special treat. Dr. Rob Havers, Executive Director of the Winston Churchill Memorial &. Library at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, joins us to discuss what Winston Churchill’s perspective might have been on the current crisis with Russia.
At the end we will have our trademark weekly hall of fame and shame for those politicians and prominent individuals who made great sense or shameful nonsense, respectively.
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A funny thing happened on the way to the debate.....EEEK! You asked me mean questions! As we watch the GOP slowly implode upon itself, the debates continue to line up for both parties. Taliesin will be joining us to help straighten out what is going on behind the podiums and why, the bigger the lies, the more popular the Republican candidate. Also, has anyone has put Bobby Jindal on a milk carton yet?
There are some people that can quote scripture at the drop of a dime, pay their tithes, pray and fellowship on a regular basis in church. Sometimes these same people are really hard to put up with on a personal basis. They are sometimes very rude, judgemental, stingy and sometimes straight up mean to most people. God may be the only ones that can put up with them.
Then you have some people who never go to church or have no religion at all but they are some of the sweetest people on this earth. They may be kind, helpful, understanding, loving and generous. More like the salt of the earth.
Which one of these do you respect more? Which one of these would be more heaven eligible in your opinion?
Do you think that you can make it into heaven without a religion or being religious?
Does being a good person to your fellow man hold any weight to your salvation as far as you're concerned?
Of course we can never know for sure who is going to heaven or hell but which one suits your taste while you're alive and on earth?
Which one would describe you or would it be something else?