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Old News from January 2008


New Audio Posted

January 30, 2008 - The show from January 30, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

This was an abridged version of the show. During the first part, we discussed the South Carolina and Florida primaries, the candidates that have recently dropped out of the presidential race, the upcoming primaries, the spy satellite that is to fall to the earth soon, and the big football-game-that-shall-not-be-named, and the money that goes into and comes out of it.

During the last part of the show, we discussed odd and unusual news. Submit your own stories at AllegedlyNews.com.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 28, 2008 - The show from January 28, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

This is a special edition of America's Debate Radio. Tonight, the President gave his last State of the Union Address. After the speech, we opened the phone lines and took calls all evening. We spoke with 3 callers. We discussed all aspects of the President's speech including his points on the economy, War on Terror, the No Child Left Behind program, earmarks, and foreign aid.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 23, 2008 - The show from January 23, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the Nevada caucuses, the South Carolia GOP primary, upcoming primaries, problems at the Federal Election Commission, and President Bush's economic stimulus plans.

During the second hour, we spoke with 3 callers and discussed issues the presidential candidates will campaign on, the U.S. economy, and winter weather. We also had some fun making predictions of the topics to be discussed during the upcoming State of the Union Address.

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

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 16, 2008 - The show from January 16, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the the Michigan primary, the upcoming primaries, and the latest polling numbers. We also discussed a study that explored the sources from which Americans get their political news.

During the second hour, we spoke with 2 callers and discussed organ donation, the primaries, Windows Vista, football, and winter weather.

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

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 9, 2008 - The show from January 9, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the Iowa caucuses, the New Hampshire primary, upcoming primaries, campaign advertisements, and President Bush's trip to the Middle East.

During the second hour, we spoke with 2 callers and discussed the primaries, American attitudes toward the war in Iraq and how that will effect their votes, and debated whether climate change is man-made.

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

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 2, 2008 - The show from January 2, 2008 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the Iowa caucuses, push-polling, the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, the Senate's blocking of the President's interim appointments, and more new laws that are in effect with the new year.

During the second hour, we spoke with 4 callers and discussed ammonium nitrate legislation, passports with RFID chips, the primaries, and polling accuracy. We also hosted a debate regarding Ron Paul between two callers, Coaster and Stefan Fargus.

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

Enjoy!