Bill Bryson  "A Short History of Nearly Everything"  is back home,  nostalgic about Iowa.   Is it Heaven?  No,  it's Texas with a new 80 mph speed limit.   Then,   David Barton defends the founders against false charges of Masonery. 

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-31.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:10 PM

 

Sonya Heitshusen from WHO TV 13  gives us an insight into the continuing CIETC investigation.   Scott Taylor  talks about Lyme Disease on our healthline,  cuz it's tick season.   Really,  this affects way more people than you would think and with serious damage.  If you have pets and kids,  LISTEN...  that's an order.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-30.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:38 PM

You can't get stunned if you live in Denison, Iowa. (read the fine print)  Then, Iowa Democratic gubernatorial candidates distance themselves  from Iowa's packing industry.  Why?   Chris Simcox heads the Minuteman, a volunteer civilian border patrol.   He's looking for volunteers from Iowa.   Then,  follow-ups on the Senate immigration amnesty bill.  Lotsa bytes.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-26.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:50 PM

 

My bear phobia kicks up again... and my friend sends me a canister of anti-dog spray which doesn't work.....what is she trying to say?  Then,  Iowa high school students are being warned about car-jacking situations and how to avoid them.   In Iowa! 

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-25.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:00 PM

Senator Charles Grassley  talks about the current Senate immigration debate and everyone checks in with reaction and opinion.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-24.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00 PM

 

John Cox  is a Republican presidential candidate with an early start in Iowa.  Issues.   "The Party of Death,  the Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life."  Ramesh Ponnuru    Then,  what if we don't protect marriage?  Maggie Gallagher  gives the worst case scenario. 

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-23.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:58 PM

Talk about a Monday buzz kill,  "Dark Ages America:  The Final Phase of Empire"...   Morris Berman likes to beat himself up,  so we help him.    Then,  deer huggers think 15 varmits per square mile  is the ideal.    AAAAAAAARRRRGGGG!    You ever wonder why the immigration problem seems to be illusive to the political class?  Jerome Corsi  thinks he knows.   NAFTA and money.    A new cuss word.  If you ever run out of invective,  call somebody a "Sacerdotal Flagist"....  I double-dog dare ya.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-22.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:01 PM

Lotsa Friday open-line time.  A review of the week's issues...spirited discussion....silly and almost coherent at times.  

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-19.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:29 PM

"What Would The Founders Do?"   Richard Brookhiser.   How would our forebears handle our problems?   50 State Comparisons for 2006.   How'd we do?   Mark Duff.    "I Gave Up My Life to Find IT"  Jule Gaige  maybe the I AM... ok.    Then fun and games  with rural garbage.  (You'll have to listen to find out)

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-18.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:00 PM

 

"Guest of the Ayatollah" the first Battle in America's War with Militant Islam.  Mark Bowden.  Then,  the little girl is starved to death  by an illegitimate parent.  Then, Blaine Cochran  highlights an up-coming Worldview Weekend for culture warriors who wish to hone their skills.   Jim Haner  is a real "Soocerhead"  a funny look at America's game.  Then what do people-eating Florida gators have in common with Iowa long-legged prairie rats?  (deer) 

Direct download: mickelson-2006-05-17.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:06 PM



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