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September 20, 2004

Laura Ingraham; featured discussion

For those interested, I'll be on the Laura Ingraham show this morning discussing the gender discrimination suits against Wal-Mart and Costco. Not sure the exact time, but expected within the hour. (See also my column on the topic in last week's San Francisco Examiner, and our earlier discussions here, here, here, and here.)

And our featured discussion on Bush and Kerry has begun, with Ron Chusid, founder of Doctors for Kerry, giving his initial case early this morning, and Ted Frank offering his initial response here. Check it out!

UPDATE: My Laura Ingraham appearance will come later this week; bumped for more Rathergate! I'll keep readers informed.

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