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Daily archives for April 4th, 2012

PODCAST: April 3, 2012 Conservative Council on KUIK 1360am

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The newly expanded 90 minute show! Hosted by Jayne Carroll, featuring John Kuzmanich, Jeff Reynolds and Sandy Raddue. Subjects included the race for the GOP nomination, #KorruptKate Brown, Trayvon Martin, the pending SCOTUS ruling on Obamacare, and the next Oregon Tea Party event on April 14. A jam-packed show! ConservativeCouncil0403pt1 ConservativeCouncil0403pt2   Like this:Like Loading…

PODCAST: I Spy Minute Wed April 4 2012

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Romney won three primaries last night and exit polls show a growing support among Tea Party Supporters. So are conservatives getting behind him? Should they? I Spy Min Wed Apr 4 2012   Like this:Like Loading…

Why kick a hornets nest?

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I can see a Crook County with a bright future that includes many resources for employment that are sustainable and friendly to our environment as well as respectful of the people. But I’m wondering where is that vision within our government. Or for that matter what is the vision of our government. Are the people […]

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