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February 1, 1990 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After five years on the radio, "The Ms. Biz Show," which covered feminist issues and billed itself as "the magazine show for the woman who wants to get ahead," will air its last show at 8 a.m. today. The half-hour program, which aired on 3,000-watt KFOX-FM (93.5), "spotlighted a different way of thinking that has been associated with feminism," said Jude McGee, the program's host and creator.
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February 1, 1990 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After five years on the radio, "The Ms. Biz Show," which covered feminist issues and billed itself as "the magazine show for the woman who wants to get ahead," will air its last show at 8 a.m. today. The half-hour program, which aired on 3,000-watt KFOX-FM (93.5), "spotlighted a different way of thinking that has been associated with feminism," said Jude McGee, the program's host and creator.
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October 18, 1992
I find teacher Whatley's "great moral victory" pretty mysterious. Pigs in a cartoon sexual embrace is bad for kids and inappropriate for school? Maybe it is inappropriate, but probably not. Linking sex with fun and nature does not really strike me as really "immoral." At best it is a matter of taste and not morality, and while there may be moral content to good and bad taste, I hardly think it is the moral triumph Whatley suggests. Did Whatley, I wonder, object to armed Ninja Turtles blasting away on T-shirts?
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November 28, 1993
Atty. Gen. Janet Reno's approach to the crime crisis may appear to be somewhat unorthodox ("Reno's Appeal," by Nina J. Easton and Ronald J. Ostrow, Oct. 31.), but it should be obvious that punishing offenders while eschewing crime-prevention and rehabilitation programs is horrendously counterproductive. Our prisons are jammed with individuals who really have no hope of rehabilitation. Prevention efforts would have a positive impact on the prison system as well as the increasing law-enforcement problems we face.
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