Double Standards, Surprising Peace Makers, And A Law That Makes Kids Visit Their Parents?

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Recent comments by Alec Baldwin have caused debating nationwide.

Why is he not in trouble for using homophobic slurs last week, while racist slurs used many years ago are bringing down Paula Deen's empire?

Dennis Rodman says he should be in the running for a Nobel Peace Prize, after his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un earlier this year.

A new law in China requires adult children of parents over 60 to visit them frequently.

They must also make sure their parents' financial and spiritual needs are met.

Here today are Bev Johnson from AM 1070 WDIA, Myron Mays from Soul Classics 103.5, and our own Austen Onek.






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