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Weekend Podcast: No-Fault Divorce in Iraq

Posted by Adam Graham on April 29, 2007

Tonight on the True and Hope Report:

-Why Americans Want to Leave: No-Fault Divorce in Iraq
-Cutting the Budget: One Agency Under Attack
-The Pro-Abortion Side of the March for Dimes

-Making Abortion More Available in the Abortion Capitol of the United States
-Hillary Clinton Hypocrisy
-The Looming Crisis in Social Secuirty
-Tax Reform and Identity Theft
-Why America Hates All of Its Politicians
-Baseball Update: Sosa, Clemens, Schilling, and Koulfax
-Google’s Map Booble
-An Incomplete Reality Show Idea on Politics

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Red State:

Omar Has a Question

Cheney Rates Higher Than Reid

Reasoned Audacity:

How To Cut The Federal Budget at a Government Agency by Lurita Alexis Doan

Jill Stanek:

The March of Dimes Marches for Death

Michelle Malkin:

Hillary Violates Her Own Rutgers Pledge

Pro-Life Blogs:

New York Governor Plans To Make Abortions More Accessable

CNS News:

Congress Urged to Act Quickly on Social Security, Medicare

Evangelical Outpost:

Family Facts #13

Family Facts #14

Fox Sports:

Sammy Sosa hits 595th home run

Sox insist Schilling’s bloody sock is for real

ESPN:

Clemens in the majors? By end of May we’ll know

Israeli baseball team drafts Koufax in tribute

Reuters:

Chile: Google Earth moves a village to Argentina

MySpace, Burnett to Launch New Reality Show

U.S. Survey Shows What Not to Wear to Work

ID theft task force urges tougher penalties

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