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January 30, 2010

Nick returned from Massachusetts and kicked off the show with his exclusive Scott Brown interview.  Tom Jenney from Americans For Prosperity joined the program to talk about their local efforts called Honking for Healthcare Freedom.  Later on, Colette Rosati appeared to inform us of her new efforts called Basketball for Better Health, an attempt to help people in the Ukraine (with socialized medicine) receive quality healthcare.



January 23, 2010

The show began announcing that Nick Coons had been replaced with NOTA.  Our current events were Scott Brown's win and the Phoenix City $260 million dollar budget deficit / light rail expenditures.

Our guest was Chris Knox from the Firearms Coalition, where we touched on the Iowa controversy, Chicago v McDonald and AZ Constitutional carry.

Our last topis were the FEC Supreme court case (donations by Corporations) and weird aspects of the 2010 census -- questions that have nothing to do with apportioning representatives. Especially the Business census.



January 16, 2010

Last week, we focused on Arizona's budget problems.  This week is a continuation of that theme, this time with our guest Arizona State Treasurer Dean Martin.



January 9, 2010

Our illustrious Gov. Brewer must be a stand-up comedian.  Last Thursday at a presentation, she uttered the statement, "As we all know it's the public sector that grows the economy."

Nick Dranias joined us for the bulk of the program to discuss the Arizona state budget, which is supposed to be out of money come this February.  While some may associate this with doom-and-gloom, Nick was considering that this may be a celebration-worthy event.



January 2, 2010

Happy New Year!  We finish up our round of evaluating and critiquing New Year's resolutions from around the political spectrum, with a special focus on "green" resolutions, such as eliminating all incandescent bulbs, paper bags, and a slew of other things we've come to know and love.



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