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Old News from January 2010


New Audio Posted

January 27, 2010 - The show from January 27, 2010 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

This is a special edition of America's Debate Radio. Tonight, the President gave his first State of the Union Address. After the speech, we opened the phone lines and took calls all evening.

We spoke with 3 callers and discussed the President's speech, including for jobs creation, bank bailouts, green energy initiatives, partisan bickering, corporate responsibility, and the 2010 elections.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 20, 2010 - The show from January 20, 2010 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the results of the Massachusetts Senate race, the make-up of the US Senate, the future of healthcare legislation, and President Obama's first State of the Union Address.

During the second and third hours, we spoke with 4 callers and discussed the Massachusetts Senate race, independent voters, Haitian relief efforts, the future of democracy, and the possible effects of the 2010 census on the House of Representatives.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 13, 2010 - The show from January 13, 2010 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the recent earthquake in Haiti, changes to the make up of the Senate, and the Massachusetts Senate campaigns.

During the second and third hours, we spoke with 2 callers and discussed the return of the House of Representatives to this session, animal fighting, exotic cuisine, proposed amendments to the constitution, and defining general welfare.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

January 6, 2010 - The show from January 6, 2010 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the President's agenda for 2010, and legislation Congress will consider when the session resumes.

During the second hour, we spoke with 1 caller and discussed winter weather, historical perspectives on progress, corporate responsibility, and new laws that went into effect for 2010.

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

Enjoy!