The Dangers of Civility >>

EPISODE #218

AIRED: 11-17-2019

Recently, Jerry Springer took America to task for our loss of civility in political discussion. The irony of this, of course, is so think you could cut it with the proverbial knife…but we go forward and ask the question our tonight’s program–to we need to bring civility back to America’s political discourse? Or would doing so bring forth a number of dangers that we would not deal with if we continued down the uncivil–but frankly honest–road we are on? Also, the return of That Was The Week That Was…complete with the bowel problems of homeless people!

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