Wednesday October 3 2007


Mark Penn with "Micro Trends" ...  caffeinated, tattooed, archer-moms?   Huh?    Restaurant toddler tyrants?   Then,  Michael Novak is coming to Iowa to speak  at Vermeer.  Career and Calling   800-919-7307 if you want to go.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-10-03.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:57am CDT

Tuesday October 2 2007


Pickin' up the pieces of Rush-gate.   Lotsa openline great conversation.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-10-02.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:38am CDT

Monday October 01 2007


Harkin and gays in the military redux.  Senator Harkin lectures General Pace on the morality of homosexual behavior.   Then,  Craig Smith  looks at the future price of oil, gas, gold and currency.  800-289-2646

Direct download: mickelson-2007-10-01.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:36am CDT

Friday September 28 2007


So,  why can people smell and hear their neighbors anyhow?   Poor building codes?   Then,  Senator Harkin has decided that homosexual and adulterous behavior should be added the Uniform Code of Military of Justice.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-09-28.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:49am CDT

Thursday September 27 2007

Alveda King inspires for life.  Hod Ben Zvi  is a peace activist  from Jerusalem.  Bill Sammon writes about "The Evangelical President" and the president's spread of moral democracy.   Bob Edgar  from Common Cause  wants public financing of elections.   Congressman Steve King  wants to re-evaluate the federal funding levels of  Iowa's Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).

Direct download: mickelson-2007-09-27.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:21am CDT

Wednesday September 26 2007


Follow-up to the Alveda King-Roosevelt High School  issue.  Openline.   A great foodie,  Russ Parson with "How to Pick a Peach".  Then,  Urbandale is over-run with deer.  Don't feed 'em?

Direct download: mickelson-2007-09-26.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:53am CDT

Tuesday Septebmer 25 2007


"Lives Per Gallon: the True Cost of Our Oil Addiction"  Terry Tamminen gives us the price tag.  Roosevelt High School yanks an invitation to speak from Alveda King,  niece of MLK.   She thinks civil rights for black folks begins before they are born.    Not welcome at Roosevelt High School.   Kim Lehman from Iowa Right to Life with the story.   Alexis McGee from ForclosureS.Com  says there's money ta be made in them thar foreclosures.   Bishop Jackson  says race relations in the US need lotsa work.  Including Roosevelt High School's dissing of Alveda King.

Editor Note:   Mrs. Kathie Danielson, Principal of Roosevelt High school later in the day clarified the cancellation.   She said the controversial nature of the presentation didn't give the administration sufficient time to notify parents.   Mrs. Danielson has committed to including Alveda King in a future assembly as part of Black History Month.

Direct download: mickelson-2007-09-25.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:58am CDT

Monday September 24 2007



So the Western Civ Prof gets the sack  for calling the Bible fairy tales.   The rest of the story.  Then,  what's wrong with traffic checks anyhow?

Direct download: mickelson-2007-09-24.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:23am CDT

Friday September 21 2007

"The Coming China Wars"   Peter Navarro.   A very strong interview.   Gary Gagliardi  with  Sun Tzu's "The Art of War"   lessons for Iraq.  Then, the Hawk-I  insurance plan for low income kids  is broke  and asking the feds for bucks.  

Direct download: mickelson-2007-09-21.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:15am CDT

Thursday September 20 2007


Brad Smith is a kinder and gentler bug assassin. Bugs, bats and snake stories.  YUCK!    Mike Andrews from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute  says kids who attend ivy league schools emerge with even less historical  knowledge than with what they started.   Here's the quiz.  

Direct download: mickelson-2007-09-20.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:19am CDT





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