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Historicals from Friere, Toering and Valliant on Saint's Row, the FCC and Rand

Friday, February 22, 2008: The American Spectator's J P Friere, Amanda Toering of SpeakSpeak.org and San Diego's James Valliant, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Friday.

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Tonight's notes: (?)

Tonight's notes: (?)

7pm PT:

J P Freire, managing editor of The American Spectator, joins us live from Washington DC to look at the recent John McCain story about his alleged romantic affair with a lobbyist, and why the New York Times sat on the story for over two months, only to bring it out when McCain appeared to be the front runner, and when the New Republic was going to scoop them.

8pm PT:

Amanda Toering, researcher, editor and creator of SpeakSpeak.org, joins us from here in California to discuss the near monopoly that the Parents' Television Council has on the ears of the FCC. Her site has given people the ability to say positive things about what they see and hear on TV and radio. We talk about whether that's effective, and if we have power in this country to affect the decisions our government makes about what we can and can't see.

9pm PT:

James Valliant, objectivist and author of The Passion of Ayn Rand's Critics, joins us live from the San Diego area to look at his new book, an examination of a concerted effort to smear Ayn Rand and position her as a sexual dalliant at the expense of her philosphy and attitudes.

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