Hillary Clinton Gets the Margaret Sanger Award
Hillary Clinton gets the Margaret Sanger Award, in fond memories of the great legacy of the world's most famous eugenicist. Clinton expressed deep appreciation for Sanger's vision, which envisioned the elimination of "human weeds," creating "a race of thoroughbreds."
The Church of Scotland, with a little help from their scientist friends explain why God got it all wrong with this homosexual business. Then, Kevin Swanson and the President work on cutting 1/35,000th of the 2010 FY budget. Kevin and Dave take a look into several zoo exhibits on this edition of Generations.
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