On Wednesday's Mark Levin Show: Mark talks about School Choice and Landmark Legal Foundation's fight for it nearly 25 years ago. Why isn't it being promoted or supported by leading Democrats these days? President Obama speaks on the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King JR's, "I have a dream," speech and says that the country is divisive today and mentions politics of divisiveness. The liberals are perpetuating that the way to get more equality is not by actually civil rights issues, but thru more big government programs. Mark talks about the Voting Rights Act and Bill Clinton's comments saying they are a big detriment for minority voters today. Finally, Mark asks why John Boehner doesn't say that the House hasn't been given any authorization requests for any intervention in Syria.
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