In The Know panelists discuss whether seeing images of dead babies and bludgeoned prostitutes in our sleep is desensitizing Americans to violence.
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Panelists discuss how pornography warps children's minds, leading them to believe sex is actually fun rather than shameful and embarrassing.
Panelists dismiss the notion that something could go wrong with the 75-foot-tall crabs that shoot acid from their mouths.
Panelists debate whether games like Fallout 3 and Gears Of War 2 are teaching children skills they'll really need in the End Times.
Our panelists debate whether TV programs like A Double Shot At Love and The Bad Girls Club depict unattainable levels of skankiness.
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Panelists discuss whether Halloween candy and costumes have distracted us from placating demons to ensure a bountiful harvest.
Our In The Know panelists debate whether the graphic sex acts and extreme violence in HBO's McCain-Obama debate crossed the line.
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Panelists discuss the alarming trend of politicians who break their promises to the lobbyists who helped elect them.
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Panelists discuss whether stringent new suicide-vest laws would make sure only responsible people blow themselves up.
Panelists discuss whether controversial decisions by the Robot Congress and President Executron indicate robots have too much control over our lives.
Panelists discuss whether animals should play a more active role in the fight for their rights by participating in marches or organizing boycotts.
Panelists discuss the tragic lack of media access in Darfur and how we can help Darfurians realize how much we're helping them.
Panelists discuss ways to care for the nation's paranoid schizophrenics, such as hiding cameras in their homes or audio transmitters in their ears.
Panelists discuss the complicated issues facing Nigeria or Niger.
Panelists discuss why the media and public are not paying more attention to the overwhelming success of the U.S.'s invasion of Iraf.
Panelists reminisce about how much better things used to be 10,000 years ago.
Panelists discuss a new study showing the gap between the wealthy and the absurdly wealthy is widening, and how we can help the merely rich ...