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Old News from April 2007


New Audio Posted

April 25, 2007 - The show from April 25, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed the recent testimony of Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez before the Senate, the Iraq/Afghanistan spending bill, the U.S. ban on internet gambling, Washington D.C. getting closer to having a vote in the House of Representatives, and Canadian troops in Afghanistan. We also had some fun discussing questions you’ll never hear asked at the first Democratic Presidential Candidate debate scheduled for April 26th. We spoke with 3 callers and the show lasted about 3 hours. Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

April 18, 2007 - The show from April 18, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed President Bush's meeting with Congressional leaders to discuss their disagreements over the Iraq-Afghanistan war funding bill, the upcoming testimony of Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez before a Senate panel, the shootings at Virginia Tech, media sensationalism, Federal government computer security, and FEMA's delay in releasing a comprehensive emergency plan. We spoke with 3 callers and the show lasted about 3 hours. Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

April 11, 2007 - The show from April 11, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed Iraq war spending, our mission in Iraq, nation-building, a proposed Bloggers Code of Conduct, proposed legislation tying climate change to national security, controversial statements made by radio show host Don Imus, and FCC regulation of radio. We spoke with 4 callers and the show lasted about 3 hours. Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

April 4, 2007 - The show from April 4, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed the release of the captured UK Navy servicemembers from Iran, peacetime rules of engagement for the US and UK militaries, Iraq war spending, compensation for military servicemembers, the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding EPA regulation of vehicle emissions, and legislation pending in the House of Representatives to overhaul electronic voting requirements. We also detailed the April Fool's Day prank we played on the America's Debate forums. Learn all about the prank here. We spoke with 2 callers and the show lasted about 3 hours. Enjoy!