Friday September 29 2006


Dan Isett  from the Parent's TV Council says stuff like Nip/Tuck on FX is a good reason to require the cable industry to offer ala carte programming.   Then,  if Charlotte Church can turn skanky,  then how do we protect our little girls?   More about school killings.  Powerful conversation.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:53am CDT

Thursday September 28 2006


"Border War"  a new documentary on the invasion of illegals.  David Bossie explains.   Then,  another school invasion.   The adults are still unarmed.  Plus, Joe Volk  is a circuit-ridin' pacifist who wants US out of Iraq.  He's on a mission.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:22am CDT

Wednesday September 27 2006

"Building Red America"  award winning political reporter Thomas Edsall is shocked about how far left the Iowa Democratic Party is.   Then,  Gary Rosberg is planning a marriage weekend for married returning veterans.  Honor and Strengthen Military Marriages515-334-7482 to help sponsor the weekend for a vet couple,  or to help somebody sign up.  Then schools produce a paperwork nightmare just to keep track of the habitually tardy.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:44am CDT

Tuesday September 26 2006

"Baby Owner's Games and Activities Book"  a tongue and cheek about training your new "unit".   Then,  if you don't want a homeless shelter in your back yard,  are you a bigot?   Do homeless people have the "right to live where they want"?   "Love My Rifle More Than You"    Kayla Williams,  young and female in the US Army.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:48am CDT

Monday September 25 2006


Another drunk driver  mush's another cyclist.   Then,  Senator Joe Biden  talks about Iowa presidential politics and national issues.  Compare platforms?  Democrats.  Republicans.   Iowa Senate Majority Leader Mary Lundby   joins the Democratic Majority leader to  advance the cause of the gay lobby. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:54am CDT

Friday September 22 2006


An Iowa novelist, Joe Dennis,  writes a story surrounding the '93 Flood,  in "Cave of the Painter" ...  then Iowans are really steamed about unlicensed and drunk drivers mushing  their loved ones.   Very powerful stories.

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

Thursday September 21 2006


People are concerned about the wrong stuff about the CIETC scandals.   It isn't about the mis-spent federal funds.  So what's the real concern about federal funding of faith-based services?  Listen.   Then,  "The Vice-Busting Diet"  with Julia Griggs Havey.    Then a Rood Awakening Michael John Rood  says Christianity is messed up cuz we have the wrong callendar.  A free DVD offer  866-328-1116.    His critics? 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:10am CDT

Wednesday September 20 2006


Richard Miniter  says we may have surrendered to our own prisoners at  GITMO...."A Deadly Kindness" Joel Rosenberg  focuses on the "Epicenter:  Why the Current Rumblings in the Middle East Will Change Your Future"    and   Rex Platt   "Between Iraq and a Hard Place"   makes sure we take care of the post-Iraq needs of our returning service people.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:01am CDT

Tuesday September 19 2006

The West Des Moines School Board  met to listen to feedback on the Laramie Project  upcoming play.  What does this conflict really mean?  It means that they are running the NEA  and the Iowa Democratic Party playbooks. This might be one of Mickelson's best segments.  David Limbaugh says the Democratic Party is morally Bankrupt.  Former Majority Leader Dick Armey  for  Iowans for Discounted Taxes. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:15am CDT

Monday September 18 2006


Virginia Governor Mark Warner  is in introduction and issues.   Senator Barrack Obama  visits too,   and says Democrats are their brother's keeper.  Listeners evaluate.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:00am CDT

Friday September 15 2006

 Congressman Steve King's  immigration security fence passes unanimously with the Iowa delegation.   What's next?   Secretary of State Chet Culver's website  also advertises for non-English voter registration.   General Georges Sada   "Saddam's Secrets"...  How an Iraqi General Defied and Survived Saddam HusseinDr. Terry Law and General Sada  will be joining forces for a joint appearance in Cedar Falls.  Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center at UNI September 22 @ 7pm.  319-273-SHOW for free tickets.   Then, on Saturday night and Sunday morning at Heartland Vineyard Church , 1405 Greenhill Road. 5pm Saturday,  9am  Sunday.  Then,  Suzy.

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

Thursday September 14 2006

What Iowa is doing to get a grip on our meth problems.   Iowa Drug Czar Marvin Van Haafton  and Dr. Dennis Weiss, Powell Medical Center give great insight.  Dr Weiss is looking for Iowans needing help to participate in a treatment study research project.  888-584-6312   or 263-2479 locally.  The Iowa Substance Abuse Information Center  866-242-4111   Mike Abrams from the Iowa Medical Society  and Rep Linda Upmeyer  argue against lowering Medicare re-imbursements for Iowa physicians.   A spirited encore conversation regarding non-English ballots and the English requirements for citizenship.  Democratic candidate for Secretary of State  Michael Mauro said the ability to read, write and speak English   isn't necessary for citizenship or to vote.  What's the fact? 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:36am CDT

Wednesday September 13 2006


 Jack Whitver  wants to represent Iowa from the 66th District.  A Republican running against Ako Abdukl-Sammad.   Secretary of State  Democratic candidate,  Mike Mauro  discusses Iowa election practices.   William Flax  says the Bush 9-11 speech was riddled with illogic.   Jennifer Magyar from the Kansas City Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services  gives customer assistance for people seeking help with drug program choices .800-633-4227  or 800-351-4664 SHP

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:17am CDT

Tuesday September 12 2006


David Payer  wants to be the Iowa State Rep for the  61st District.   David Barton, circuit ridin' historian is coming to the Iowa Renewal Project.  800-992-5596 to RSVP.   Then,  will the tactics which ended Shinto suicide missions of WW2  end Islamic suicide murderers?

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:48am CDT

Monday September 11 2006

9-11 sound and Iowan's remember.   Then, Mary Ann Hanusa is running for Secretary of State.  Issues.   Then,  Congressman Steve King  is on the Texas his count illegals have cost way more American lives than did 9-11.   Plus,   why Osama bin Laden will never be captured..

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:15pm CDT

Friday September 8 2006


Noreen Gosch  with a horrific update regarding her kidnapped son,  JohnnyNew pictures.   Then,  a 15 year old girl gets caught in a sting at a pizza joint for taking a beer order.  $710 fine.  Mom's upset.  A great story.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:06am CDT

Thursday September 7 2006

Jim Hightower  is in Iowa arguing in behalf of Iowans for Sensible Priorities.     Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn  with insight into our energy and defense future.   Great discussion..

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:35am CDT

Wednesday September 6 2006


The Laramie Project  is coming the Valley High School  drama department.  Why?   The gay lobby strikes again.   Then,  Mayor Frank Cownie  hosts an energy town hall for Iowa. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:36am CDT

Tuesday September 5 2006


A high speed chase ends in multiple honesty....  then,   Phyliss Schlafly  is coming to Iowa  to help us get a run-amuck judiciary under control.   Chuck Hurley  wants to help. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:31am CDT

Monday September 4 2006


Scott Pope sits in for vacationing Jan Mickelson.  He talks Labor Day politics and the up-coming election cycle.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:42am CDT

Friday September 1 2006


 Congressman Tom Latham  is furious over the beating of a Washington State National Guardsman.   Debbie Schlussel  says guess who is funding Islamic terrorism?  Mormons?  Huh?   From the DOE, Director Kevin Kolevar talks about job numbers and energy prices.   Mike Whelan,  congressional candidate talks about immigration reform.   Ted Baehr  describes a made for tv movie which depicts the assassination of President Bush.

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