Backbone Radio, October 23, 2011

Audio archives for this show:

Segment 1 - Middle East: Libya, Tunisia, Iraq withdrawal
Segment 2 - Penn Pfiffner of Too Taxing for Colorado (against Proposition 103)
Segment 3 - Christian Adams, author of Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department
Segment 4 - More with Christian Adams; the case of Safoorah Khan
Segment 5 - Herman Cain on abortion
Segment 6 - Thoughts on the GOP field

Moammar Gaddafi is dead. If that doesn't bring a smile to your face this weekend (regardless of how the Broncos do) you should reconsider your priorities.

During this week's edition of Backbone Radio, we'll talk about the news of the week, including Harry Reid's trying to pass part of Obama's jobs plan on Friday and the Democrats' devotion to class warfare.

Also, during the 5 PM hour we'll speak with Penn Pfiffner who has released an analysis of Colorado's Proposition 103 which explains why it's such a bad idea.

During the 6 PM hour, we'll speak with Christian Adams (an interview rescheduled from last week)  about his new book Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department. If you dislike Attorney General Eric Holder now, you'll positively loathe him after what you hear. And if you don't dislike him now, you will after hearing from Mr. Adams how Holder runs a Department of Justice which refuses to enforce voting and civil rights laws if the victims in the particular cases are not members of a minority group.

During the 7 PM hour, we'll talk more about class warfare, the Republican field, and much more.

Please join me by listening to (and calling in to) this week’s Backbone Radio program from 5 PM to 8 PM on 710 AM KNUS in Denver and 1460 AM KZNT in Colorado Springs.

If you’re not in range of the radio waves, you should be able to listen to the show online by clicking HERE.

I hope you’ll actively participate in the conversation with me: Call the studio at 303 696 1971.

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