The Jack Rice Show, Wednesday, November 22, 2006.
Jack discuseed a story about a Memphis church that purchased a home for $75K and gave it to a Katrina victim who then turned around and sold the home for $88K. Does the church have the right to be angry.
A doctor is being sued to pay child support for up to eighteen years as compensation for botching up a contraceptive implant. Was this the right approach?
Geoff Loane, a senior official with the International Committee of the Red Cross talks about his job of checking detention centers making sure that humanitarian treatment is carried out. Jack talks to Geoff about his trip to Guantanamo Bay and whether the US is living within international rules.
The New Yorker's Seymour Hersh talks about the Administrations's belief that that Iran is trying to run a nuclear weapons operation contrary to what CIA intelligence reports have said. Are we preparing for war needlessly and does it make things worse?
Finally, Simon Worrall, journalist contibuting to the Smithsonian shares the story of how Pilgrims came to the United States and why.