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CALL-IN TONIGHT FOR A PANEL DISCUSSION AND VOICE YOUR OPINION ON FERGUSON, MO, Militarization of Police, RICK PERRY AND HOW MUCH OF THIS MAKES PRESIDENT OBAMA SMILE?
BUT FIRST UP: FERGUSON HAS GROWN TO A MAJOR ISSUE THAT SEEMS TO CROP UP EVERY TWENTY YEARS OR SO.

FERGUSON, MO

From the moment Governor Nixon arrived on the scene, many were concerned. Governor Nexon is known for his selectiveness when dealing with constituents, and Ferguson has never been a part of that group.

That being said, this Ferguson incident is a long way from being over. There hasn't been a charge, and if there 'is' a charge, who's gonna pick the jurors? Who will be the jurors in a town where the blacks outnumber the whites to such a extreme that the idea of a "fair" trial is going to be a joke.

Geraldo Rivera on "Outnumbered"

I don't like watching the show, it's too much noise for my tastes. But, I have to admit that watching Rivera and Harris go at each other made it interesting. I'll be playing part of their conversation, you decide who's right.

20 YEARS AGO: L.A. RIOTS, O.J. SIMPSON

Alot was going on in 1994, including the fact that I got married in the month of August:)! Now you probably weren't there for that, but if yolu were watching the television that summer, you got to see a white bronco, driven by "The Juice" chased by L.A. cops, followed by a trial that was as boring as any soap opera ever made for daytime television.
Then the trial was over. The best joke that followed? I can't remember who said it, but it went something like, "Millions of Americans can finally go back to work to see if they still have a  job after following the O.J. Simpson trial.

 

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