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Old News from May 2007


New Audio Posted

May 30, 2007 - The show from May 30, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed the actual passage of an Iraq-Afghanistan spending bill along with the domestic spending add-ons, including an increase in minimum wage. We also discussed national ID cards for employment eligibility as part of the Senate's proposed immigration legislation, the U.S. funding the Mexican government's wiretapping program, legislation passed by the House of Representatives making spyware and phishing scams a federal crime, and the U.S. as the world's policeman. We spoke to 3 callers. The show lasted a little over 3 hours. Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

May 16, 2007 - The show from May 16, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed the latest attempts by Congress to pass an Iraq/Afghanistan war spending bill, reviewed the second debate among the Republican candidates for president, discussed the opposition of the privacy commission of the Department of Homeland Security against the Real ID Act, the proposed Terrorist Hoax Improvements Act of 2007, polical divisiveness, socialized medicine, and the new war czar. We spoke with 3 callers and the show lasted a little over 3 hours. Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

May 9, 2007 - The show from May 9, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed new ideas for the Iraq/Afghanistan war spending bill, reviewed the first debate among the Republican candidates for president, discussed domestic spying, gas prices, alternative energy solutions, and Sarkozy's election as the new President of France. We spoke with 3 callers and the show lasted a little over 3 hours. Enjoy!

New Audio Posted

May 2, 2007 - The show from May 2, 2007 has been posted to the Audio Archive. We discussed the President's veto of the the Iraq/Afghanistan spending bill, a review of the first debate among the Democratic candidates for president, immigration rallies, restrictions of internet usage by U.S. Army troops, a recently released Department of Justice report on traffic stops and race, and wedge issues during elections. We also had some fun discussing questions you’ll never hear asked at the first Republican Presidential Candidate debate scheduled for May 3rd. We spoke with 1 caller and the show lasted about 3 hours. Enjoy!