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April 2008

Mon., April 21, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

Mon., April 14, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
First hour featured a discussion with Walter Burien and his efforts to expose the real money leveraged by governments at local, county and state levels and revealed in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs). His website is well worth a visit -- The second hour guest was Dr. Allen Roland, psychotherapist, author, blogger and lecturer. He blogs at, has all of his columns at We talked about the presidential candidates, Obama specifically and had a good time!
Mon., April 7, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
March 2008

Mon., March 31, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
After a rocky start, we got our wonderful guest Chuck Lewis. Charles Lewis ( founded the Center for Public Integrity in 1989 and served as its executive director until December, 2004. He is now the president of The Fund for Independence in Journalism. During his tenure at the Center, Lewis wrote or co-wrote several of the Center's books and studies that systematically track political influence, including The Buying of the President 2004 (HarperCollins 2004), The Corruption Notebooks (2004), The Cheating of America (Morrow 2001),etc. Described by the Village Voice as "the Paul Revere of our time," Lewis was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation in 1998. We talked about "Iraq" The War Card" recently published and available here:
Mon., March 24, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Steve Bonney -- Independent candidate for Indiana governor! Great stuff on constitutional government, toll roads and the GOP in Indianapolis, NAIS, FEA camps, weak dollar and illegal immigration, and prison reform. Check out Steve Bonney's website: and if you are a Hoosier, sign his petition!
Mon., March 17, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

Mon., March 10, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
The first hour featured 
managing editor of Energy Tribune magazine Robert Bryce ( He is the author of the cover article in the March 10 issue of The American 
Conservative, entitled, "Oil for War." Robert Bryce is also the
author of the just published "Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions
 of 'Energy Independence.'" All this and more is available at The second hour we spoke with Manuel Lora about his latest work and
 libertarianism in general. Manuel is a LewRockwell
columnist and blogger. His blog is and his LRC archives are here:
Mon., March 3, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
First hour we spoke with Dr. Miriam Cherkes-Julkowski, education specialist and author. Her website is Her book "The Dysfunctionality of Executive Function" and the negative impacts of the rule conforming approach taken by public education was a key focus of our conversation. How ADHD is caused, and diagnosed in schools was also discussed -- and the promotion of individualism in the face of modern public education. Good stuff! The second hour we spent with Linn Cohen-Cole, a Wellesley Class mate of Hillary Clinton's, who has published an open letter to Senator Clinton ( regarding her Monsanto ties. If you are interested in GM foods, big agriculture around the world versus farmers, listen to this segment!
February 2008

Mon., February 25, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
First hour we spoke with Harold Williams, former special forces and author of "Learn to Survive Martial Law" available at Interesting and useful conversation, and some great callers too! The second hour we spoke with Steven Vincent, grassroots Ron Paul organizer, and host of the radio show "The Freedom Message" at We discussed Dr. Paul's new book, "The Revolution: A Manifesto," due out April 30th, and plans to feature distribution of the book to continue the education of people everywhere to the ideas of liberty and freedom. Visit for details!
Mon., February 18, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Our guest was David Gordon, senior fellow at the Mises Institute ( in Auburn, Alabama. David covers new books in economics, politics, philosophy, and law for The Mises Review, the quarterly review of literature in the social sciences. He is author of The Essential Rothbard, published in autumn 2007. The show was only 33 minutes due to some technical difficulties, but we discussed Murray Rothbard and what he would think today, fiat money and the Austrian business cycle, and Murray's own understanding of continuity from president to president, specifically between Hoover and FDR. Because it is President's Day, we discussed Ron Paul, and the other candidates, and possible reasons for optimism about liberty in America.
Mon., February 11, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

Mon., February 4, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
First hour -- Great discussion with Hope Marston of, the Bill of Rights Defense Committee on the Protect America Act and how to get Congress to let it die, immunity for telecoms that broke the law on behalf of the president, HR 1955 and how you can work to preserve and defend our bill of rights. Second hour -- Callers and I discussed Ron Paul's campaign, and the possibilities of success of the other candidates in the GOP and the Democratic Party. We shall see if our speculation and theories pan out, while visualizing a Ron Paul presidency in 2009.
January 2008

Mon., January 28, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
The first hour features an interview with journalist, historian and author Andy Worthington, and his latest book "The Guantánamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison." Andy has a wonderful website at Listen in for Andy's insights and towards the end of the hour, a discussion of the Jose Padilla case and recent sentencing. The second hour we entertained listener calls, and chatted on various national security subjects, Ron Paul and of course, George W. Bush's final (we hope) state of the union address.
Mon., January 21, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
First hour: Guest Sharon Zecchinelli, from NW Vermont, is an activist opposing the National Animal Identification System, and a former chef and currently a small homesteader. She publishes a blog at, and also recommends to find out more about the three pronged government plan to create a so-called "national herd" of everything from emus and chickens, to cattle, hogs and horses. Doreen Hannes -- another well-known anti NAIS activist called in as well. Sharon also wrote a novel "First They Came for the Cows" in this past November during National Novel Writing Month ( Note bene: Get informed on NAIS, and then contact your local, state and national representatives early and often. Second hour: Guest Alex Newman, executive editor of The Liberty Sentinel and the C.E.O. of Liberty Sentinel Media, Inc. He recently graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors in Journalism and he has an associate degree in foreign languages. His work has been published in numerous newspapers including some owned by The New York Times. He lived overseas most of his life where he always learned that America was the land of the free. Now he is back to make sure it stays that way. The Liberty Sentinel is available online ( and in northern Florida, in a print version that is growing like crazy with tons of readers and advertisers. Liberty and truth are in demand these days -- and Alex mentioned two more ventures in liberty-oriented publishing in Florida that are also doing well. Good stuff!
Mon., January 14, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

Mon., January 7, 2008: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

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