The Spirit of 1776 Summit is coming to Iowa for Tea Party activists.  Greg Cummings and Mary Spaeth with details.  Iowans continue fierce conversation about a ballot measure to fund more natural resource programs. Then, the best campaign ad of the season. Rev. Cary Gordon.   Then,  Brad Zaun, congressional candidate,  with a campaign stop.  Issues.   And Tom Quiner says Holy Trinity's Peace and Justice Committee doesn't speak for him.

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-29.mp3
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Measure 1 on the 2010 Iowa Ballot is to amend the Iowa Constitution for the purpose of future funding of Iowa's Natural Resources.  Mark Ackelson, President of the Natural Heritage Foundation and Matt O'Connor, from Pheasants Forever say it's a good idea.  Don Peterson from the Farm Bureau says it isn't.  Vigorous.  Jim Sutton, chair of the platform committee of the Iowa Democrat Party.  Issues.  Dr. Don Racheter from the Public Interest Institute...election issues.

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-28.mp3
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Judy Hintz from Educational Resources brings some of her friends to talk about kid fixin'.  Fred Karger, gay Republican candidate for president lobbying to retain Supreme Court judges.  Iowa Senate Republican Leader Paul McKinley with issues.  Daron Robert Shaw polls Iowans...bunch of Iowa races and issues are toss-ups.  David Hanson from STAND is looking for phone tree help on the retention vote.  

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-27.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:14am CDT

Former PA Senator Rick Santorum in Iowa...issues.  Steven Mansfield looks at Sarah Palin's Faith and Values.  ISU AgTax expert, Dr. Roger McEowen says the tax law flux has everyone flummoxed.   Congressman Steve King on the Judge Bus.  Issues.

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-26.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:36am CDT

  Senator Chuck Grassley...issues.  Jim AldersonMedicare fraud whistle-blower...issues.  Pete Sepp, National Taxpayer's Union...voter's guide...issues.   Brenna Findley,  running for Attorney General...debate analysis...issues. 

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-25.mp3
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A point of personal privilege...Mickelson responds to a newspaper hit-piece.  (and that's all I have to say about that...forever, I hope).   Then Matt Schultz wants to be Iowa's Secretary of State.   Then,  Judge Roy Moore and Pastor Cary Gordon defend their Iowa tour challenging  judicial retention.

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-22.mp3
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 Carl Kerby from Answers in Genesis (coming to Iowa) says if folks actually read their Bibles,  racism would disappear.  Inspirational.  Then,  whaazzzupp with the new controls on the interstate.  Jonathan Narcisse explains Iowa's education free-fall.  Issues.   Vigorous

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-21.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:35am CDT

 Thomas Kidd with some delicious history..."God of Liberty" helps demonstrate religious foment was there at our founding too.   Then, post-debate feedback from Bob Vander Platts on the judicial retention issue.  Vigorous...Iowans want in on this subject big time.  Here's the video.

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-20.mp3
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 Dr. Judith Reisman blows the whistle on the Kinsey scam.."Sexual Sabotage".    Then,  the John Paul Stem Cell Research Institute...Kim Lehman and Dr. Allan Moy with a medical inspiration.   Then the guy asks,  "When did you decide to be straight?"   Answers?

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-19.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:05am CDT

Terry Branstad breaks a campaign promise before the campaign is even over....sigh.   James Duffy says Charles Lindbergh was the victim of a political smear... "Lindbergh vs. Roosevelt" ...then responding to emails about justice.

Direct download: mickelson-2010-10-18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:22am CDT





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