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Wednesday, November 21, 2012
  • Hour 1:
    Harry Reid's fiscal cliff-hanger
    Harry Reid's fiscal cliff-hanger

    Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful, a time when families across America traditionally gather to celebrate family, friends, and good food. Unfortunately though, many Americans this year are struggling to find much to celebrate. Food pantries are stretched to the limit, with more people than ever unable to pay for a turkey. Under Obama, more people than ever before are relying on food stamps to pay for Thanksgiving dinner. When is it going to get better? The death spiral to dependency is out of control, and rather than a time for relaxation and festivities, Obama has turned even the holiday season into a period of anxiety and worrisome uncertainty.

    Jeff Sessions, United States Senator from Alabama came onto the show to discuss the impending fiscal cliff. According to Sessions, Harry Reid has been abusing his authority to prevent the Senate from acting on the fiscal cliff. He's proven that he has the power to block legislation from getting to the floor, but Sessions is confident that Republicans are fighting effectively. Sessions warned that the United States government is mismanaging money to a degree the American people don't understand.

  • Hour 2:
    Thanksgiving troubles: it's all relative
    Thanksgiving troubles: it's all relative

    Larry King has fallen far and fallen fast. In a recent interview on his Hulu show, Larry King Now, the veteran television host sat down with notorious Playgirl Jenny McCarthy. King came off as a weird old man, focusing on McCarthy's unglamorous past. To think this was the man who sat down with presidents.

    Though the holidays are meant to be a happy time, they inevitably bring with them some tension as families gather together. Laura offered her counsel to listeners bracing for the stress of butting heads with relatives. Laura reminded her audience that God wants us to get along, and with prayers and a willing heart, all things are possible.

  • Hour 3:
    Bond with your family watching Bond
    Bond with your family watching Bond

    Food, friends, and family - they're all exciting aspects of Thanksgiving, but holidays also mark an opportune time to see blockbuster films with your family. Skyfall, the latest installment of the James Bond film series, has received high marks, and Raymond Arroyo, host of EWTN's The World Over, went so far as to tout it as the best Bond film yet. Lincoln is also out this week, and Little Orphan Annie is back on Broadway. Raymond said the shanty-town scene from Annie sent chills through the audience who saw a comparison between the Great Depression and Obama's America.

    Mitt Romney's devastating loss aside, there's plenty to be thankful for this year. Out and new this season are "drunken donuts," for instance, fried, sweet confections infused with a liquor filling. Our many listeners shared a variety of other things for which they are thankful, and it is important to remember that during a time in which we are pummeled with the "need" to get a bunch of stuff, there's no better gift than the gift of self.

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