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s family-friendly show appearing to be a Sunday night hit. Fox's airing of "The Passion" from New Orleans on Palm Sunday was seen by 6.6 million viewers, more than any other show on the network last week aside from "American Idol
spectacular," despite its hefty dose of goodwill, was a spectacular-and-then-some exercise in excess. Arriving on Palm Sunday with the preternaturally prolific Tyler Perry as host, it was certainly ambitious. Following in the footsteps of recent
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Joseph P. Kennedy III formally declared his candidacy for Congress this morning through a video on his Web site in which he touted his support for the common worker and his family’s rich political bloodline - unfortunately he also reference people under water - calling Mary Jo Kopechne.....Howie was afraid that JoJoJo is just more of the same.
Mimi Beardsley was a 19 year old intern when she claims she had an affair with sitting President John F. Kennedy. Howie was shocked, appalled and titilated all at the same time. He asked listeners did they believe Mimi.
Jen starts out asking what's wrong with kids today and the conversation quickly turns to the role of religion and spirituality in young peoples lives.
Technology has become a routine part of everyday life, and while religion has a lot to do with preserving traditions, more and more religious groups are turning to the Internet to communicate. In 2009 the Vatican launched a YouTube channel, saying "Wise use of communication technology enables communities to be formed in ways that promotes the search for the true." Should religion use technology to attract members?
Officials in Davenport, Iowa have put Good Friday back on the municipal calendar. The move came after nonstop calls from people protesting the renaming of it to "Spring Holiday." Was this the "politically correct" thing to do?