Audio Archive - March 2006
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March 29, 2006
Our ninth show. Much of the show focused on various immigration reforms. We also touched on U.S. foreign relations and a number of other topics. We interviewed Bill O'Reilly as part of the America's Debate Radio Big Mouths of Talk Series. The show lasted a bit over two and a half hours and we took 8 calls.
Callers: Mrs. Pigpen's Husband, moif, crashfourit, Stefan Fargus, Paladin Elspeth, Sean, Trouble, and bucket.
March 22, 2006
Our eighth show. This show covered topics ranging from American strategy in Iraq, to Islamic law in Afghanistan, to federal debt collections and much more. Stefan Fargus checked in from the Vice President's cave and provided an insightful interview. The show lasted well over two and a half hours and we took 11 calls.
Callers:Trouble, crashfourit, Grayson, Sleeper, Wertz, Curmudgeon, deathalive, Stefan Fargus, droop224, Paladin Elspeth, and Victoria Silverwolf.
March 15, 2006
Our seventh show. Much of the discussion in this show was about American strategy in Iraq. We also touched on 'moments of silence' in classrooms. We had our official taste-test of celery flavored soda, and we even hosted an impromptu live debate between two callers. We took 9 calls, and the show lasted a little over two and a half hours.
Callers: crashfourit, VDemosthenes, Paladin Elspeth, Lordhelmet, Stefan Fargus, Wertz, Trouble, Curmudgeon, and christopher.
March 8, 2006
Our sixth show. We took 9 calls. Much of the focus of the show was on U.S. and international policy relating to Iran. We also touched on rebuilding in New Orleans, internet anonymity, and a bit on this year's Oscars. On a lighter note, we also discussed celery soda. The show lasted a little under two and a half hours.
Callers: crashfourit, Trouble, VDemosthenes, Amlord, Wertz, Sleeper, Stefan Fargus, Lordhelmet, and Amlord again.
March 1, 2006
Our fifth show. News was slow this week, yet will still managed to cover abortion, federalism, polling practices, and currency standards. Stefan Fargus made his debut as our comedic correspondent to the White House. The show was also interrupted by a message from the Department of Homeland Security. We took 5 calls, and spoke with 4 people. In total, this edition of America's Debate Radio lasted about two hours.
Callers: crashfourit, Amlord, Stefan Fargus, Amlord again, and Trouble