Today Norm Serves Justice On Afghanistan, The Secret Service, And Gov. Etch-A-Sketch

Today on the radio, justice is served on Afghanistan; the Secret Service; Gov. Etch-A-Sketch; Senior Legal Analyst time; tax fairness; the media and Dick Clark.

Dick Clark passed away today at age 82. We’ll remember. More photos emerged today to enrage the Afghan people over our continued occupation. Details and commentary required!

The Secret Service scandal raises more questions as we continue to contemplate just what happened down there in Colombia.

Gov. Etch-A-Sketch continues to try to befriend women. Will it work? And, our Senior Media Analyst Bill Mann joins us to discuss the “Ann Romney never worked a day in her life” alleged story. There is new polling out about the presidential race. I have a key to looking at all these polls.

Senior Legal Analyst time returns with the latest in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case and the Supreme Court heard argument in a drug case that merits our attention.

We also talk tax fairness with our friend Michael Hiltzik of the Los Angeles Times!

On Beyond The Norm, a pure fun time! Where do those funny, silly little sounds we play come from? It’s a group of funny stories and I hope you enjoy them!

Fierce independence means consistently sharing honest views. Unlike Reset Romney, we do this regularly here, at the place where fierce independence IS the norm – The Norman Goldman Show!


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