WOR Week in Review

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning:

Depending on which news source you saw or read, the hospital bombing in Gaza was either a tragedy that Israel caused by over-reacting, or a mistake caused by an errant Hamas rocket. According to Fox News contributor Joe Concha, the overwhelming majority of the world’s news outlets blatantly pushed the first version of the story. He joined Len and Michael earlier this week to discuss the subject.



The transition from the Articles of Confederation to the Constitution is arguably the key turning point in the birth and founding of the United States. It is an accomplishment that probably never would have happened without the selfless involvement of George Washington. Fox News Chief Political Anchor Bret Baier explores this topic in his new book, “To Rescue the Constitution: George Washington and the Fragile American Experiment.” He joined the guys this week to share what we could all learn in these tense political times from our first President.



And speaking of books, Bill O’Reilly joined Len and Michael this week to discuss his new book “Killing the Witches,” which tells the fascinating history of a phrase we hear quite often these days: “witch hunt.”




Mark Simone:

Mark Simone kept the best-selling authors theme going with his interview with Nelson Demille, who joined the show to talk about his just-released new book, “Bloodlines,” which was co-written by his son Alex.



With mortgage rates now topping 8%, can anyone still afford to buy a home if they can’t pay for it with cash? Economist Steve Moore weighed in with Mark on the subject.



Was President Biden’s trip to Israel this week nothing more than a PR stunt? Boston radio host Howie Carr spoke with Mark about the President’s trip.



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