Pornography and the Bush White House

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The ten billion-dollar a year adult entertainment industry is no longer an "under-the-counter" business. With movies, magazines, and the Internet all available on demand, porn suppliers are pushing the limits to expand their audience and keep people coming back for more. But is this booming industry about to face its day of reckoning from the Bush Administration? We hear from a producer, former actor, freelance journalist, and an LA prosecutor who's taking one adult video producer to court. (Philip Bruce, of public television station KCET, guest hosts.)
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San Francisco Chronicle

SAT Exam

Astrological Institute



Warren Olney