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As we told you last night in our "Most Ridiculous Item of the Day" segment, singer Harry Belafonte made some shocking remarks about Secretary of State Colin Powell this week. Why did he charge in a radio interview that Powell is basically nothing more than a house boy for President Bush?
Then, why did officials from the Miss America pageant put us such a fight to keep the new Miss America from discussing sexual-abstinence? Erika Harrold, the former Miss Illinois, has won her battle with the folks from the pageant after an intense discussion. But why did they object to a "don't have sex 'till you're married" message, as part of her youth-violence prevention platform, in the first place? We'll have the story for you.
Plus, two members of the Congressional Black Caucus will join us in the No Spin Zone this evening. Texas Democrat Rep. Shirley Jackson Lee and California Democrat Diane Watson have some strong words of caution for President Bush when it comes to using force against Iraq. They'll share their views with us.
And finally, meet Rachel Mills, a libertarian candidate running for a seat in the North Carolina House. As part of her campaign, she is also appearing in a pin-up calendar that features her and other North Carolina "Ladies of Liberty" as a fundraiser! Whoa! Now that's a novel approach to politics... We'll talk to Ms. Mills in the Back of the Book segment this evening.
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