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Coming Up In August . . . 
Aug. 6 
Philip Cook — Domestic Violence Law Needs an Overhaul 
The federal Violence Against Women Act needs a rewrite. It's supposed to help victims, but is misused to win custody battles and funnel a billion dollars to feminist groups. We'll talk about it.

Stop Abusive and Violent Environments

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Aug. 13 
Erick Stakelbeck — The Terrorist Next Door 
Now that Osama bin Laden is dead, can we stop worrying about Islamic terrorists? An investigative reporter who has interviewed terrorists and visited American mosques says they live among us.

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Aug. 20 
Mike Farris — Parental Rights Under Assault 
Did you know there is an ongoing battle to undermine your right as a parent to raise your child as you think best? An attorney will share shocking court rulings and tell us how we can fight back.

The Child: The Documentary

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Aug. 27 
John Zmirak — How to Choose a Great College 
Except for buying a home, a college education is the most expensive purchase many people will ever make. Our guest will explain how to find a school that's worth the investment.

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Raising Smart Kids

Can parents really raise their kids IQ? Or is intelligence totally dependent on genes? Scientists now estimate that the hard-wired component of IQ is only 50% at most, providing parents with a tremendous opportunity to help kids develop their intelligence to its greatest potential. On July 23rd, Phyllis spoke with psychologist and brain science expert Dr. David Walsh about how parents can help kids thrive.

There are two major things parents can do for children up to age three to give them the best possible start, explained Dr. Walsh. First, nurture a warm, supportive, and caring relationship, and second, talk to them as much as possible. Talking to young children provides needed connections in their brains between sounds and words that serve as building blocks for speaking and reading. "It's parents and caregivers spending time interacting with kids in the real world that really helps kids grow better brains," said Dr. Walsh.

As kids get older, one of most important things parents can do is teach them the importance of hard work, persistence, and patience. As it turns out, the skills of self-discipline and self-management are twice as important as intelligence in predicting school success.

Dr. Walsh also advised parents to praise their kids for working hard rather than telling them they are smart. Why? Studies have shown that kids who are told they are hard workers tend to choose more challenging tasks, which they learn and grow from. In contrast, kids who are told they are smart choose easier tasks to avoid possible failure and losing their "smart" status.

You can listen to the archived broadcast at EagleForum.org to learn more ways to help your child grow brighter, healthier and happier.

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