Meria Delivers the News

3/14/13 Meria Delivers the News: Pipeline fire in Louisiana Bayou; military rapes and useless judicial process; TEPCO says “no cover up” at Fukushima; Nissan recall; Missouri lowers income tax, raises sales tax; $463 million wasted on smallpox drug; Flu shots and Guillain-Barre; CDC throws SARS back out; Harvard activists “Israeli Apartheid Week”; Iranian bankers get death penalty, ours get raises; Gabby Giffords hubby buys guns; World Bank slams Israel on Palestine; Venezuela probing Chavez cancer; what bad cops costs the taxpayers; Iraq war not as cheap as promised; Cops kill 16 yr old in NYC; Cops assault woman in Brooklyn; Mormon’s rewrite their racist history; letters from listeners; Judge says no to Bloomberg’s limit on soda; No.Korea nullifies 1953 truce; truth serum for James Holmes? Halliburton lies again; What did daylight saving time cost us? Miss. pushes bill on obesity; 80% of High School grads can’t read; Hackers expose financial records for politicians and movie stars (what goes around comes around); George Prescott Bush running in Texas; Iran to sue Hollywood over Argo; the new Pope, ain’t what he seems; Obama to let spy agencies spy on all our bank accounts and finances and more “stuff”.




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2 Responses to "Meria Delivers the News"

  1. Deborah Alexander says:

    I spend time every Sunday afternoon engaged in home office projects and that’s when I catch up on any of the week’s shows I have missed, as well as dipping backwards into the archives. I call it “Sunday with Meria” and it tends to be some of the most enjoyable hours of my week (if receiving a constant barrage of horribleness can be characterized as “enjoyable”). How can anyone begrudge the piddly amount it costs for a monthly subscription to the show? It’s the best thing money can buy these days – HANDS DOWN!! Meria Heller – Licensed to Thrill!

  2. Meria says:

    Thanks Deb. I’m so glad you have “Sundays with Meria”. With 1,000 hours in the archives and new shows each week, the cost is as minimal as can be.

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