Backbone Radio: Sunday, March 21, 2010
[Please see the info below about the new Instant Messaging service I’ve implemented during the radio show!]
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.
If you’re not in range of the radio waves, you should be able to listen to the show online by clicking HERE.
I’ll be joined by the always interesting Krista Kafer.
Of course we’ll be spending plenty of time talking about health care “reform” which is by far the biggest story of the week, the month, and the year.
But we’ll also cover other topics, both newsy and philosophical.
During the first hour, we’ll be joined by State Senator Greg Brophy who will give us a “lightning round” update on the state legislative session. If you think our federal Congress is bad, you should hear what the Democrats in the state legislature are doing…
As a lead-in to our 6-o’clock guest, we’ll talk a bit about the difference between libertarian and conservative, and perhaps between “small-l” libertarian and “capital-L” Libertarian (i.e. representing a member of the Libertarian Pary.)
In the 6-o’clock hour, we’ll be joined by Rob McNealy, Libertarian candidate for Congress in Colorado’s 6th Congressional District, to talk about the news of the week, his position on key issues, and what it means to him to be a Libertarian. (I note from perusing Rob’s site that he has some positions which might be considered closer to conservative than Libertarian…which is not meant as a criticism.)
And during the 7 PM hour, we will be joined by current 6th CD Congressman Mike Coffman to talk about health care and the remarkable dynamics of the House of Representatives as well as his take on the mood of the people and what the November elections are likely to bring.
I encourage listener participation so please call, e-mail, or instant message me, and join in the conversation.
The studio call-in number is 303-696-1971. Add it to your speed dial!
I have implemented an instant messaging “widget” on my website at Rossputin.com, so if you go to my main blog page, you should see the IM form on the right. (For now, I only plan on turning it on during the show, not having it on every day.) You can shoot me a message during the show and if it’s relevant I’ll respond on air.
Also, I will check e-mail during the show, so feel free to e-mail me at ross (at) 710knus.com (click on that text to open an e-mail to me!) and I’ll even try to keep an eye on my Twitter account so you can try “tweeting” to me…@Rossputin. You can try THIS link if you’re logged in to Twitter, but I’m not an expert so I’m not sure it will work…
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