Thursday August 17 2006

 

A popcorn pop-off with the Tiny Tiny Popcorn pusher from K&K Popcorn...  yummy...   Then, older beer drinkers are unhappy with getting carded at Wally World....  perhaps the fair has gone on too long... :)

Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-17.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:51am CST

Wednesday August 16 2006

 

Jeff Traviss gives us tech talk about new audio and video gadgets....   then,  Larry Crow is trying to raise funds to re-build an historic Iowa church  (Marrs Hill Church)  which is a victim of vandalism.   Larry Crow, Box  26, Eldon, Iowa  52554 if you wanna. 

Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-16.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:32am CST

Tuesday August 15 2006 Congressman Steve King  talks about terrorism  and the war.  Then,  Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Chet Culver,  suggests using IPERS money  for start-up money for Iowa businesses.   Good idea?
Direct download: Tuesday_August_15_2006.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:52am CST

Monday August 14 2006

Wanna hear something scary?   "The War for Righteousness"  with Richard Gamble will terrify you.  Wow!  What a great book.   Then,  lotsa open-line conversation...everything from,  "...should DNR officers be armed or be allowed to bust illegals,   to  "...they lost our WHAT?!"

Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-14.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:42am CST

Friday August 11 2006  

Live from the Iowa State Fair..  first the Energy Doctor  takes our temperature.    Then, the personal formerly known as the former Psychic Suzy.   Congressman Tom Latham  has issues....:)    Then,  Denise O'Brien  wants to be Iowa's Secretary of Agriculture.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-11.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:09am CST

Thursday August 10 2006

The Iowa Concrete Association guru John Hanson talks about the energy saving technology demonstrated at the Fair.    Oliver Stone's World Trade Center  movie.  Melissa Caldwell from Parents Television Council  reviews the movie.  High Marks.   Chris Paine,  movie producer of "Who Killed the Electric Car?"   Great conversation.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:05pm CST

Wednesday August 9 2006

Should the city council seat of Archie Brooks be filled by voters,  by appointment,  or left vacant.  A brief survey says the seat should remain vacant.   Douglas Murray writes,  "Neo-Conservatism:  Why We Need It".   Then,  Chris Anderson from Wired Magazine with "The Long Tail: why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More."

Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:48am CST

Tuesday August 8 2006 Robert Allison tells the fascinating history of the first clash the newly independent America had with the Barbary pirates"The Crescent Obscured:  The US and the Moslem World 1760-1815".    It sounds just like today.    Chuck Hurley  and Tamara Scott  have some questions for Iowa judges up for re-election.  Really great ones, too.   Then,  Kevin McGloughlin  talks about Iowa's new discounted tax  law.
Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:41am CST

Monday August 7 2006

State Department spokesman Tom Casey describes our stakes in the war in Lebanon.  Henry Edmondson says the ghost of John Dewey still haunts the halls of American schools.   It's time for a ghost-buster.   Yaron Brook from the Ayn Rand Institute  says the West should support the Israeli war against Hezbollah with moral certitude and without restraint.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:39am CST

Friday August 4 2006 A tragic motorcycle accident...survivor is charged with vehicular homicide.  Why?  Then Gary DeMar  is a skeptic of end times prophecy.  "End Times Madness".   He examines the "Left Behind" series and Joel Rosenberg's prophetic novels.
Direct download: mickelson-2006-08-04.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:04am CST



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