Kresta in the Afternoon – September 11, 2009 – Hour 1

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    Topic One – Kresta Comments

    Topic Two – Crisis Pregnancy Centers: The Birth Of A Grassroots Movement

    What if you were a sixteen year old who discovered she was pregnant and feared to tell her parents about her pregnancy? What if you were a woman, mother of two young children, caught in a custody battle with her ex-spouse when she discovers she has definite symptoms of pregnancy? What would you do if you knew there was a confidential place where you can get some free information from people who would listen and not tell you what to do? For over forty years, women in just these circumstances have come into crisis pregnancy centers all over America. This is the story of how these centers have blossomed and flourished because distressed pregnant woman have wanted them and because ordinary people have desire to help these women. Terry Ianora, is our guest.

    Topic Three – Interrogation of Morals

    With the anniversary of the most horrific terrorist attack on American soil upon us today, a decision has yet to be made on whether the ten cases against the detainees at Guantanamo Bay will move forward. The Administration must decide by September 17th if they are going to ask for a third extension of the cases already under review by the military commissions, including the one involving Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-professed architect of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The indecision by the Administration has one former Army Intelligence Officer, who was tasked with gaining intelligence on the detainees, questioning the resolve of the White House in the War on Terror. Army Captain Jason Meszaros (ret.) reveals his firsthand experiences of the interrogations and the detainees at Guantánamo Bay in the first book to tell the true story of military intelligence in Afghanistan.

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