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April 23, 2013

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Today on The David Pakman Show / April 23,  2013

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On the Show:

–Doctor Andrew Gonzalez, health services research fellow at the University of Michigan and resident physician in general surgery at the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System, joins David to discuss a recent study that showed profit increases for hospitals when there are surgery complications.

–Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev tells investigators in writing that neither he nor his older brother Tamerlan were in touch with any overseas terror groups and acted alone.

–Larry Pratt, leader of Gun Owners of America, says liberals are pleased with the Boston bombing.

–The FCC is okay with Red Sox player David Ortiz’ f-bomb during a statement at Fenway Park after the Boston Marathon bombing.

–Disturbing details about the Texas fertilizer plant explosion are starting to surface.

–Today in show history looks back at what we were discussing years ago on the show.

–Police officer Detective Sergeant Scott Biumi points his gun at a fellow McDonald’s customer for taking too long.

–Father and son Antonius Hart Sr. & Jr. pull an AK-47 out in a dispute over chicken wings at Pirtle’s Chicken in Memphis, Tennessee.

–Arizona Republican Senator John McCain received over $12,000 from gun rights PACs and still voted for background checks, and we wonder whether he can’t be bought, or just didn’t receive enough money to change his vote.

–As CISPA passes the House of Representatives and heads to the US Senate, U.S. employees may be forced to give bosses their Facebook passwords.

–Belief in an angry, vengeful God is connected with mental illness in a study conducted by Marimount Manhattan College Assistant Psychology Professor Nava Silton.

–Voicemail on an ugly anti-Semitic incident from the Eggman.

–On the Bonus Show: Hypochondriacs may be good for society, Chinese eyeball shaving, health benefits of green space, more…

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