Aug 2, 2008

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The Legacy of KAL007

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It’s been 25 years since the Soviets shot down Korean Airlines
Flight 007, whose most famous passenger was Congressman Larry
McDonald of Georgia. Most notable among unanswered
questions remains: Where did all the people go? Bodies were never
found and divers found the plane empty. Bert Schlossberg from the
International Committee for the Rescue of KAL007 Survivors joins us
(www.rescue007.org).

So you’ve heard the common lore that there’s a consensus among
scientists about man-made global warming. But what do the
statistics show? Hard to find out because the last survey was done
in 2003 and there was no consensus then. Dr. Michael Coffman, PhD,
(www.warmingdvd.com) joins us to examine the latest studies.

John’s boralogue waves a thread that runs from Senator Obama’s
speech in Berlin through the move towards global citizenship to
Congressman Larry McDonald.

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