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He's guilty... and remorseless.

Faisal Shahzad - pleading guilty at his arraignment yesterday - to charges against him for his foiled attempt to bomb New York's Times Square.

According to Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes:

"He says that he's not just guilty - he's 100 times guilty. Says that he had no remorse in the fact that he could have could possibly have killed children - innocent children, men and women in Times Square - saying that there are all part of this war against the Muslim community."

That was Starnes - speaking with April and Stefan at KOA in Denver, CO.

Also making some buzz today:

Senator John Kyl - breaking silence at a tea party event last week - announcing details of a private conversation he had with President Obama regarding border security.

Why did he break the Presidents confidence?

"I think he did it out of the importance of what the President said to him - and what the President is doing with regards to shirking his responsibility in his oath of office - to preserve and protect the laws of the country."

That's Former Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush, Brad Blakeman - speaking with Vic at WRPW Normal, IL.

To the ralliers - Kyl said the President - despite pledging to send an influx of National Guard troops to the US Mexico border - made it very clear to him that border security is just a political tool in the broader goal of passing an immigration package through Congress.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and this has been your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.