Values Voters, Corn Sugar, 'Playboy' For The Blind This week, guest host Mike Pesca looks at the differences between the GOP and the Tea Party. Then, would "high fructose corn syrup" sound as sweet by any other name? Corn refiners sure hope so. Charles Seife on his new book Proofiness; reading Playboy to the blind; and Song of the Day's Stephen Thompson discusses the week's music.
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Values Voters, Corn Sugar, Reading 'Playboy' To The Blind

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Values Voters, Corn Sugar, 'Playboy' For The Blind

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This week, guest host Mike Pesca looks at the differences between the GOP and the Tea Party. Then, would "high fructose corn syrup" sound as sweet by any other name? Corn refiners sure hope so. Charles Seife on his new book Proofiness; reading Playboy to the blind; and Song of the Day's Stephen Thompson discusses the week's music.

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