Mar 19, 2011

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Are We Learning Something from Japan?

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John’s extended boralogue opens the program with a series of lessons we should be learning from the disaster in Japan but apparently aren’t.

While everyone monitors Japan and Libya, is anyone really watching the Middle East? Egypt is at a tipping point, which may take it into Islamic extremism and security for Christians throughout the Islamic world is deteriorating. Dexter van Zile (www.camera.org) returns to the program for a report.

This week there were moves on Capital Hill toward intercepting the EPA’s end-run around congress, using the declaration of CO2 as a pollutant. It’s time we update the global warming status with James Taylor (www.heartland.org), managing editor of “Environment and Climate News.” By the way, why is there so much snow during the hottest years on record?

The program concludes with persecution news.

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