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9pm EST – “*LIVE* your calls welcomed: Students Banned for Tebowing, Hitchens Change of Mind, Stern for Morgan”

posted at 8:36 pm on December 17, 2011 by

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**UPDATED MONDAY MORNING**

THE BALDWIN/McCULLOUGH PODCAST:
Baldwin/McCullough *LIVE* – Hr 1/Hr 2

Where can you find the radio station nearest you to hear Baldwin/McCullough? Simple enough… Click here! Where can you go to see it on television? Check your local listings, or on-screen guide:

And tonight, watch right here:

ON THE BALDWIN/McCULLOUGH MegaCast:
1. The issue of “Tebowing” is now causing public high school student athletes to be suspended for a minimum of one game each at one high school on Long Island, NY. Others are also being suspended nationwide. What is it about this act that causes such consternation amongst the public educators in America? 800.345.9622

2. The passing of Christopher Hitchens has caused a couple of interesting questions to roll around KMC’s noggin all week. 1. What do you believe Hitchens believes now? And 2. If he could tell us one thing what do you think it would be? The death of America’s foremost atheist even has some questioning whether he might even be in heaven. What do you say? 800.345.9622

BONUS: Baldwin gives us his perspective of Howard Stern taking Piers Morgan’s place on America’s Got Talent…

 

Baldwin/McCullough Resources:

The Kind of Man Every Man Should Be .
MuscleHead Revolution: Overturning Liberalism with Commonsense Thinking
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The Death and Life of Gabriel Phillips

The Unusual Suspect: My Calling to the new Hardcore Movement of Faith
.

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What do you believe Hitchens believes now?

Nothing, gone, done.

Speakup on December 18, 2011 at 7:36 PM