Wednesday, January 2, 2008

400-408You make the call:  the fence passed inspection the last time it was officially checked though it was four feet too short, but there was a 9-inch rock, pine cones, and a tree branch in Tatiana's cage – all of which didn't just fall in there – and each of the young men was carrying a slingshot – and zoo employees reported to the police that an empty vodka bottle had been found in their car.  After the first attack, about 4:30pm, the two young men fled 300 yards to the café but weren't allowed entry because it was near park closing.  They then told a female park security guard who appeared "diffident" when told about the attack by the escaped tiger. Did the second attack occur before or after meeting the security guard?
413-423What is the culpability of the brothers if they are found to have taunted Tatiana, what's their percentage of contributory negligence?
458-508Brigitte Gabriel, founder of the American Congress for Truth ( and author of Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America, on the Middle-East after the Bhutto assassination, and the troubling reaction to her recent talks in England and before the British Parliament.
512-523Brigitte Gabriel
528-539John Fund, of (, with a look at the Iowa caucus.
• Des Moines Register (1/1), New Iowa Poll: Obama widens lead over Clinton.
• Amanda Carpenter, Romney Hits Huck in Living Rooms.
• David Limbaugh, Time to Step Up, Fred.
544-554Should people be allowed to read out loud or listen to loud music on public transportation?
558-608Ron Prentice, executive director of the California Family Council (, on their joint lawsuit with Advocates for Faith and Freedom ( to stop SB-777.  They're also collecting signatures to amend the state constitution with a definition of marriage as that between a man and a woman (
• Reminder!  Friday, January 4th, is the deadline to file your petitions in to overturn SB-777 at!
608 – [1:30] The Money Guys Robert Micone/Bill O'Connor at Applied Financial, 866-SEEK-COUNSEL.
612-623John Eastman, Dean of the Chapman University School of Law (, on voter ID laws being taken up by the U.S. Supreme Court.
628-639Should people be allowed to read out loud or listen to loud music on public transportation?