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Old News from December 2008


Holiday Break

December 18, 2008 - America's Debate Radio will be taking a two week break for Christmas and New Years, as both Christmas Eve and New Years Eve fall on Wednesday.

We will return to the air on Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at 9:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.

Have a safe and happy holiday season!

New Audio Posted

December 17, 2008 - The show from December 17, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed Hillary Clinton's eligibility to become Secretary of State, the possibility of Caroline Kennedy becoming the Senator of New York, President Bush's farewell trips to Afghanistan and Iraq, and the scandal involving long-time investor Bernard Madoff.

During the second hour, we spoke with 4 callers and discussed the American auto company bailout talks, job markets, unemployment, foreclosures, more on Caroline Kennedy as a potential Senator for New York, political celebrities, and reflections on the legacy of President George W. Bush.

During the final hour, we did not have Allegedly News. Instead, we went over predictions made by our members and listeners in late 2007 for 2008. America's Debate Radio will be taking a break for the remainder of the year. We'll be back on January 7, 2009.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

December 10, 2008 - The show from December 10, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the latest attempts for American automotive company bailouts, Barack Obama's infrastructure-based economic stimulus plans, and the criminal corruption charges brought against Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich.

During the second hour, we spoke with 3 callers and discussed the Supreme Court's refusal to hear a case regarding Obama's eligibility to be president, fun facts about Christmas at the White House, more on the criminal charges against Blagojevich, real vs. fake Christmas trees, and predictions on who will fill Obama's vacated Illinois Senate seat.

During the final hour, we discussed odd and unusual news.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

December 3, 2008 - The show from December 3, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the Georgia Senate run-off election results, an alternative economic stimulus proposal from Texas Representative Gohmert, and sales numbers for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

During the second hour, we spoke with 3 callers and discussed the accidental self-shooting by NFL player Plaxico Burress, gun rights generally, the glamorization of college football, more on the Rep. Gohmert's proposal, China's buying of U.S. debt and theft of intellectual property, Bill Clinton's legacy, and ended with some hypothetical speculation on how the U.S. election would have turned out had the Mumbai, India attacks happened before we voted.

During the final hour, we discussed odd and unusual news.

Enjoy!