Monday, June 27, 2005

Culture Repair Radio Show Archives for May

OK, I should’ve been posting links to my show. There have been some great programs, and not so great. I’m still learning. Here are the remaining May shows.

May 8 – Jenna Bush “Da Butt Dance” reprise, Emergency Appropriations Bill w/ Real ID Act, “Madison Moment” – George Bush the biggest spender in history?, Is a Sunset Commission coming for all government programs?, Why the U.S. Global Empire is bad for US, and more! Listen.

May 15 – Herb Titus and Ed Brayton Debate on the Incorporation of the 14th Amendment and explain which approach favors small government and individual liberty more. I was intimidated by interviewing on this topic. Despite hours of study and phone calls with people smarter than me, I still didn’t feel competent to mediate this discussion between two very smart guys. It turns out, I lead off with the wrong set of questions, and never exposed the difference. Ed Brayton, commenting on this later, exposed the fact that I was not a competent interviewer on this topic. While he was right, I prefer to blame the fact that we didn’t have another hour to discuss the minutiae required. Listen.

May 22 – Harry Browne fills in for me, teases me about my bumper music and explains the sordid foreign policy history of the United States – the perpetual war for perpetual peace: Oh, and I make a special appearance! Listen.

May 29 – Perry Willis, Marketing Director for Downsize DC, joins me so that we can talk about the Downsize DC Foundation and DownsizeDC.org. Topics included are the various campaigns on DownsizeDC.org, “the Race” between government regulation and private progress, why Downsize DC is the most exciting thing happening in the freedom movement, and how DownsizeDC.org is the first plan in history to turn Milton Friedman’s rule about concentrated benefits and diffuse costs of big government programs right on its head. The GOA Update was about the special Election to fill Rob Portman’s seat, where GOA had endorsed Tom Brinkman. Listen.

Happy Listening!

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