Thursday May 31 2007

Dr. Robert Spencer  tells  "The Truth About Muhammad"  and interprets the findings of the PEW Foundation study of American Muslim attitudes.  Lotsa openline.    Then, Philip Jenkins says the Muslim sky isn't falling.  "God's Continent" isn't really in a demographic crisis after all.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-31.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:25am CST

Wednesday May 30 2007

 

The politics of negotiation.  "It's Ok to be the Boss"  how to fight the undermanagement epidemic with Bruce Tulgan.  Then, Annie Jacobsen gets a chance to say "I told you so" about a dry run terrorist attack on flight 327"Terror in the Skies".   888-773-6782 for a discount for WHO listeners. Then,  Senator John McCain  with campaign issues.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-30.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:50am CST

Tuesday May 29 2007 It's Tuesday,  it's time to be silly...at least until we hafta talk about politics.
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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:50am CST

Monday May 28 2007

 

A Memorial Day morale booster.   "The Last Man Out: Glenn McDole, USMC, Survivor of the Palawan Massacre in World War II".    Then an encore of "The Day the World Ended and Little Big Horn"   and  "The Privileged Planet"  with Dr. Jay Richards.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-28.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:14am CST

Friday May 25 2007

 

Senator Joe Biden talks Iraq policy.  Senator Sam Brownback does the same.  Doug Holtz-Eakin from Senator McCain's campaign supports the Senate immigration bill.   ISU wants to get Jesus back into sports.  Then,  a new  plasma technology for making money on Iowa garbage.  Charlie Kress and Dennis Naughton from Waste Not Iowa.  

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-25.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:03am CST

Thursday May 24 2007

 

"The Idea That is America"  Anne-Marie Slaughter and I get into a low-carb food fight.   Mike Ferris is the legal rep for home schoolers who will convene shortly in Iowa.    Cedar Falls High School graduation is excluding Beethoven's "Joyful, Joyful".  Why?  Karl Gilbertson is a parent with questions.   Andrew Clopton is the VP of the Choir which wanted to sing it.   Should the school cave to the ACLU?   Not so fast says Jeff Sertize  from the ACLJ   singing the song could cost us. 

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-24.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:06am CST

Wednesday May 23 2007

 

Socks with sandals?  WWJD?  Cheering your kid at the graduation ceremony?  You could get busted.  Which of the presidential candidates are "Exceptional Presenters"?  Tim Koegel will tell you.   How do you kill skunk stink?   Then,  60 Minutes will highlight an Iowa reserve unit.   Wife of slain Iowan Scott Nisely  joins us to talk about it.

 

OK,  by request....the story of the National Anthem.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:00pm CST

Tuesday May 22 2007

 

 Soccer talk.  Why soccer should be dropped from the high school level and taken back to clubs.  Silly red card rules.  Then,  how to fix the immigration problem in four easy steps.  Lots talk.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-22.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:10pm CST

Monday May 21 2007

 

Gregory McClain says some parents take their kids into adult locker rooms at fitness centers.  Not a good idea he says.   Chess master Josh Waitzkin  talks about Tai Chi Chess... yes,  the kid in "Searching for Bobby Fischer"...  in his book "Art of Learning".    Will the new Iowa Board of Regents approve armed campus-based security guards.  Bonnie Campbell says  "No" cuz guns are just way too symbolic. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:52am CST

Friday May 18 2007

The Annual Political Button Collector's Show coming up Saturday May 19th at the Quality Inn Suites Hotel in Des Moines.  Collectors John Olsen and Paul Bengstron  with the story.   Political Commentator John Lofton  remembers Rev. Jerry Falwell. Sometimes nearly fondly.   Plus, the  "Final Move Beyond Iraq"  Mike Evans tries to awaken US about Iran.  Suzy.   Then,  Congressman Steve King gives feedback about the Senate immigration bill.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-18.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:05am CST

Thursday May 17 2007

 

Ruth Lycke  takes stroke victims to China and "Out of Darkness"....several Iowans return and report on their progress.   Dr. Jay Richards co-author of   "The Privileged Planet" tries to help his colleague at ISU with tenure.  Roy Beck from Numbers USA calls Iowans to action on the senate amnesty bill working its way toward approval.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-17.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:46am CST

Wednesday May 16 2007

 

Mary and Gayle Brubaker want Iowans help "champion" the cause of Alzhiemers.  800-272-3900 hotline and to help with a walk-about fall fundraiser.    440-2722.    Noah Merriil is a Quaker and just back from Jordan and living with Iraqi refugees, telling their stories.  Ed Offley says he's solved the mystery of "Scorpion Down"... a cold war era nuclear sub which went down in 1968..with an Iowan on board.  Bay Buchanan lambastes the  "Extreme Makeover of Hillary Rodham Clinton."   Lotsa unintended humor.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-16.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:25am CST

Tuesday May 15 2007  Dr. John West  from Discovery Institute comes to the support of ISU's Guillermo Gonzalez  who has been denied tenure cuz he bugs atheists. Perhaps a thoughtful letter to ISU's  President Geoffroy  is in order.  Then, Heather Cox Richardson takes us  "West From Appamattox...the Reconstruction of America after the Civil War".
Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-15.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:03am CST

Monday May 14 2007

 

Tama Assistant County Attorney Richard Vander Mey says SF  430  is on the governor's desk.  It creates "comity" between Iowa and the Meskwakies.   What does gambling money buy?   Politicians.  Newt Gingrich writes about Pearl Harbor  and talks about the cheezy way presidents are selected.  Patrick and Henry Ramage fly their whale to Iowa.   Saving the Whales.  Really.   Then,  ISU professor of astronomy Dr.Guillermo Gonzalez  has been denied tenure.  Why?  Cuz he thinks ole Earth is a "Privileged Planet"...which really offends the campus atheists.   Sigh

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-14.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:05pm CST

Friday May 11 2007

"Retained by the People"  Daniel Farber says Americans have rights they don't know they have.   The Iowa ACLU wants to sue Urbandale for keeping drunken kids away from football games and the prom.  Ben Johnson says the ACLU also protects the rights of Jihadists,  they are part of a large open border's lobby. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:50am CST

Thursday May 10 2007

 

Right-lane driver discrimination, high-mileage, granny bashing.   Delicious.   Then,  Custer's last stand from the vantage point of the Lakotas.  Joseph Marshall III and "The Day the World Ended at Little Big Horn"   a Lakota history.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:03am CST

Wednesday May 9 2007

 

Should Al Sharpton be held to the Al Sharpton standard?   Delicious.  Mark Taylor was shot at Columbine.  "I Asked, God Answered"...the Columbine Miracle.   Mt. Pleasant head cop suspended while they count the traffic tickets.  Then,  presidential candidate Congressman Tom Tancredo.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:55am CST

Tuesday May 8 2007

 

Nicholas Hagger reveals "The Secret Founding of America" ... and he teaches us the secret handshake.   An elementary school principal requires kids to clean up their own messes.  Parents want an apology.   An the founder of Left Lane Drivers of America has a soft-path solution for left lane cloggers.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:41pm CST

Monday May 7 2007

 "Forty Days and Forty Nights"  Matthew Chapman writes about his great, great grandfather, Charles Darwin.   Then, Bishop Harry Jackson  says the gay rights movement has hijacked the civil rights movement and it must stop.  Then,  the taxpayers pony up to pay for gay kids who won't live at home.  PLLLLLLLEEEEEEEZZZZZZ!

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:54am CST

Friday May 4 2007

 

The Republican presidential post debate spin room is open.   The Iowa Republican hierarchy checks in to opine.  Then, Mickelson throws a Royal snit.  So does the Iowa Board of Regents...the entrance requirements for Iowa colleges have been stiffened.  A big deal?

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-04.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:25am CST

Thursday May 3 2007

 

Iowans formulate an apology for subjecting the ski mask guy to undue stress.   Then, should Iowa welcome gun-building refugee  from Illinois? 

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-03.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:32am CST

Wednesday May 2 2007

 

The verdict on the Heemstra verdict,   the verdict on the Bush veto of the funding bill,   the verdict on the new rules for qualifying for presidential debates based upon poll numbers.  And how partisan are American war opinions?

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-02.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:14am CST

Tuesday May 1 2007

 

Judie Brown talks about "Saving Those Damned Catholics".    Then IA Republican House Leader Chris Rants evaluates the results of the latest session of the legislature.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-05-01.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:08am CST

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