Wednesday, October 20, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
We ask, he tells. A former Marine who was discharged for being gay explains why he's decided to re-enlist now that "don't ask, don't tell" has been struck down.
A Tea Party steeped in intolerance? Well, that's the claim of a new report alleging ties between the upstart political movement and white supremacist groups.
The second opinions keep coming. Dr. Charles Smith's fraudulent testimony led to a lot of wrongful convictions -- and today, two more were quashed.
If you throw caution to the wind nowadays, it won't go far. New research finds that those insidious trees are slowing down Northern Hemisphere winds.
They don't want to blow their own horns. So South Africans are being urged to come up with new uses for a surplus of leftover World Cup vuvuzelas.
And...float like a butterfly, sting like A-B-A-B. I mean the rhyme scheme -- one of many employed by the competitors in the dog-eat-doggerel Japanese sport of poetry-boxing.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that supposes the object is to knock your opponent on his ass-onance.