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Old News from July 2009


New Audio Posted

July 29, 2009 - The show from July 29, 2009 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed healthcare legislation, voters' views on the Big 3 American automakers, the Cash for Clunkers program, and executive compensation legislation being considered in the House.

During the second and third hours, we spoke with 3 callers. We discussed the House healthcare legislation, State's debts, the Senate considering ending the military Don't Ask Don't Tell policy, global warming, online debate, the 2010 census, and the Senate's VOICE Act legislation providing funding to fight censorship in Iran.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

July 22, 2009 - The show from July 22, 2009 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed President Obama's press conference regarding healthcare, and healthcare legislation in general.

During the second and third hours, we spoke with 4 callers. We discussed the 2010 election, fiscal conservatives, unemployment, the cash for clunkers program, healthcare coverage, gay marriage, and talk radio antics.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

July 15, 2009 - The show from July 15, 2009 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the launch of space shuttle Endeavour, the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, the national deficit and national debt, healthcare reform, the effectiveness of the warrantless wiretap program, and inflation.

During the second and third hours, we spoke with 2 callers. We discussed economic stimulus, the Federal Reserve Bank, tariffs, intellectual property theft by the Chinese, the weaknesses of the GOP, the GOP's 2009 Obama Agenda Survey, the potential bankruptcy filing by the Chicago cubs, and baseball in general.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

July 8, 2009 - The show from July 8, 2009 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the G-8 Summit in Italy, the Congressional agenda for July, and potential investigations of wireless phone companies.

During the second hour, we spoke with 2 callers and discussed the summer news cycle, television ads, climate change and climate change legislation, and current White House foreign relations.

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

Our friends Ed and Erik joined us in-studio for the entire show.

Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

July 1, 2009 - The show from July 1, 2009 has been posted to the Audio Archive.

During the first hour, we discussed the US withdrawal of troops from Iraqi cities, federally funded studies for studying federal spending, REAL ID reemerging as Pass ID, and Independence Day fun.

During the second hour, we spoke with 3 callers and discussed marketing the Conservative message, Robert Gibbs' press conferences, news bias and news ratings, US auto sales, electric cars, and Norm Coleman conceding the Minnesota Senate race to Al Franken.

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

Enjoy!