Radio Chicagoland Sunday Sept. 2, 2012 WSBC AM 1240 and WCFJ AM 1470 radio in Chicago Heights. www.RadioChicagoland.com
Host Ray Hanania with Kheir Fakhreldin and Big Jon Vic.
Guests included 8 am Adam Woodward of the Oak Lawn Children's Museum.
8:30 am Edith Garwood of Amnesty International discusses the Israeli ruling rejecting civil rights claims in the death of American Citizen Rachel Corrie who was murdered by an Israeli soldier during a non-violent protest to protect the home of Palestinian civilians in the Occupied Gaza Strip. A politically motivated Israeli judge ruled that Corrie was responsible for her own death, claiming she was in a war zone -- a defense denied to Palestinian resistance who not being in "war zones" are accused of terrorist violence. Hypocrites.
Columnists 8:45 am Ruben Navarrette and 9 am Monroe Anderson discuss the aftermath of the Republican National Convention. Topics include Mitt Romney's speech, Clint Eastwood's antics, Paul Ryan, Ron Paul, Sarah Palin, former President George W. Bush. President Obama and more.
Hanania and Fakhreldin also have a chair in the studio that they use to talk to Clint Eastwood to bring out his hatred of liberals, Gays, minorities. Was Gran Torino, the 2008 movie, really a Clint Eastwood memoir rather than a fiction film?