Thursday, August 20, 2009


Talk host Michael Smerconish is not a conservative
College student who asked Obama a question on CNN

Show No. 157-2009

Hour ONE • Click HERE to download
Opening • Obama comparisons to Postal Service pure gold • Post office closes offices, pulls mailboxes, no Saturday delivery proposed • Email from listeners • Bob Hope lines • Conservatism, Jimmy Z, and independent talk • Monica's fabulous Rhino analysis • Jobless claims 'unexpectedly' rise • Audio: Muslim terrorist camps in the US • Why Obama is not a Christian #4

Hour TWO • Click HERE to download
Lutheran Church news • Michael Smerconish, supposed 'conservative' talk host • The effort to unionize car wash workers • Obamacare a 'moral obligation' now • Approval of Obama and democrats decline • Audio: Zach Lane on CNN with Wolf Blitzer • Audio: Michele Bachmann on Hannity • Andrew Klavan's chilling piece: What would a government health care panel be like? • Obama health care ad campaign • Please support the League of American Voters

Show Notes • Links • Audio/Video
Mail Tribune: Post office combines routes as volume falls
CBS News: Your corner mailbox could be stamped out
ABC Action News: First your post office, now your mailbox?
Miami Herald: Postal Service, End Saturday mail
Freedom Is Knowledge: Bob Hope, 100 years of real comedy
USA Today: New jobless claims unexpectedly rise Muslim terrorist camps in the US
Newsmax: Lutherans move toward welcoming homosexuals
LA Times: Michael Smerconish to interview Obama
WPHT in Philadelphia, podcasts of Michael Smerconish
LA Weekly: Los Feliz car wash targeted by labor
CLEAN website: Unionizing car wash workers
AFL-CIO: Justice for car wash workers
NY Times: Obama calls health care plan a 'moral obligation'
Bloomberg: Approval of Obama, democrats declines
Rasmussen: Debra J. Saunders on Zach Lane
Youtube: College student owns Wolf Blitzer
Youtube: Hannity interviews Michele Bachmann
WSJ: Andrew Klavan, Death panels are inevitable once government takes over
Politico: Massive campaign for Obamacare hits the air

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