The US government spent 15 years tracking a Middle Eastern charity, the
Holy Land Foundation, on suspicions it was financing terrorists.
President Bush froze its assets after September 11 and prosecutors
filed criminal charges. The case fell apart this week. Also, the
President tours a scorched southern California, and Facebook becomes a
money machine. Jim Sterngold guest hosts.
Today's WWLA is a re-broadcast version of today's "To The Point"