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  • Bruce Stevens

    04/29/2013 10:11 PM

    I appreciated your comments on today's radio program about how quickly more of the rights that generations have fought and died for evaporated in Boston when the police chose to search homes without warrants. What is next - the suspension of Habaes Corpus? The fact that our government went overboard in protected the suspect's rights but not common citizen's rights just adds insult to injury. Who is responsible for searching private property without a warrant - local, state, federal, or all. Why is not one identifying who make this decision and prosecuting the responsible party? What can be done about this?

  • amos kutz

    04/29/2013 07:09 PM

    mike, concerning the gosnell trial. the undertaker in the deep south got more media coverage over neglected dead bodies not buried which was awful but they were dead! michael vick in va was crucified by the media over cruel dog (animals) fighting and abuse which was bad but we're talking human beings now - devaluation of human life!

  • Larry Durham

    04/29/2013 07:00 PM

    Governor: I was just reading about the latest in the story of Kermit Gosnell on Fox news and in a moment of pure morbid curiosity, jumped to CNN online to see if they were even covering the story. Not surprisingly, it's not even on the front page of their website, much less in the Top Stories where it belongs. They seem to deem why a "Truck got stuck in a tree" a top news item of today, yet the tortuous murder of living, breathing babies isn't even newsworthy to CNN. Such a sick world we live in and I applaud you for constantly talking about this story on the air. People need to know about infanticide in their own backyard and we need more people like you to talk about it on the public stage. God bless you Governor.


    04/29/2013 02:43 PM

    I'm going to be very politically incorrect, but accurate. I said many years ago, and it has proven true, that we couldn't let just everybody from these other cultures into this country. I said at the time that the only way we could keep order if we did that is to become a police state. What we did to ourselves has been long in the making. The cream is in the coffee so to speak. Buckle your seat belts. We are in for a long ride. Only ourselves and the VERY SORRY, CORRUPT POLITICIANS....ALMOST ALL OF THEM, are to blame. National suicide of multiculturalism at it's finest!! Chris