In these post-Boston bombing times, can you ever really have too much security? Doesn't the ever-loving embrace of Michael Bloomberg make you feel all warm and protected? Or are you one of those curmudgeons who insists on being left alone just because official promises to keep you safe always seem to involve you grabbing your ankles a little more often than you think you should? At 4:30 pm Pacific Time, today, I'll discuss this and other concerns with radio's own Jerry Doyle (that's him at right). Find a station near you here.
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