Thursday November 16 2006


Ames is hosting an upcoming School of Rock... sounds like fun to me.  Al Biela  is looking for a few good musicians.  515-232-6546   Then ISU  Professor Warren Blumenfeld  says we should remove "Christian Privilege and the Promotion of 'Secular' and Not-So 'Secular' Mainline Christianity in Public Schooling and the Larger Society".   Whew!     "Religion of Peace?  Islam's War Against the World"  Gregory M. Davis thinks Islamic democracy is a self-refuting notion.  The Dutch are taking down traffic lights...and are creating a safer driving environment in the process.   Then,  Overblown.   Politicians are scaring us for power and money.

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Wednesday November 15 2006

Lamar Waldron thinks we finally have the whole picture of the events surrounding the Kennedy assassinations.   "Ultimate Sacrifice"    Then,  Iowa education test scores have slid fast and far.  Iowa is no longer a leader. And has forgotten  how to teach reading.   Now what?   Mike Crawford  Child and Family Policy Center   with ideas.  Former  HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson  with a wellness update.   Then,   the INS is hustling us again.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:50am CST

Tuesday November 14 2006


The Energy Doctor  makes a house call to save us bucks.   Then,  Rep Wayne Ford  talks about  racial hiring disparity in Iowa.  Huge reaction.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:18am CST

Monday November 13 2006

Greg Willey and Cory Krug from Crime Stoppers  want your help to nip it in the bud.  515-223-1400   Then,  Rosie says terrorists are moms and dads too,  so don't fear them.   "On the Brink"   Tyler Drumheller  former CIA agent talks about intelligence failures.    Then an epidemic of "magical thinking".

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:37am CST

Friday November 10 2006


Lt. General Robert Gard  calls on Iowans with Sensible Priorities...calls for a step down in Iraq.     Dick Woods from Fathers for Equal Rights. 515-277-8789  Worries that the new transition team for the Culver governorship headed by Bonnie Campbell will be hostile to the equal joint custody requirements of Iowa law.  Medal of Honor  recipient Jack Jacobs  inspires us.    Mandatory national service?  Great discussion, followed by Psychic Suzy.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:34am CST

Thursday November 9 2006


Senator Byron Dorgan reporting on contract abuses in Iraq.  An Iowan listening in Baghdad  responds.   A deer in the headlights?  How about one that visits a Target store?  Then,  "A Well-Regulated Militia"  Saul Cornell.   Larry Pratt from Gun Owners of America,  workin' the opposite side of the sight.   And locally,  Iowa Carry.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:35am CST

Wednesday November 8 2006


Post election second, and third guessing of everything.   Great conversation.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:10am CST

Tuesday November 7 2006


RNC,  Ken Melman with last political licks.   DNC  Suzy Turnbull with hers.   Then,  it's open season for last minute politicking.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:03am CST

Monday November 6 2006

Waukee,  Iowa marine, Lance Corporal Ken Nickerson talks about his Iraq experience.   Inspirational.  Wayne Kopping with "Obsession"  Radical Islam's War Against the West.   Terrifiying.    Then,  Mickelson's answer to non-voters.  Thoughtful.  Make sure this gets to anyone planning to sit this one out.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:21am CST

Friday November 3 2006


More on English, citizenship and voting.   Then,  more manure management in the non-political sense.  Lotsa pre-election tension.

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