Friday April 28 2006

Iowans react to the upcoming Mayday "A Day Without Immigrants".. but, not in the way organizers were hoping for though,  and to the new Hispanic version of the National Anthem,  Nuestro Himno.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:23am CST

Thursday April 27 2006

How about a great public school success!   Woodlawn Elementary School kindergarten teacher Patti Fiderlick has her class reading at the 2nd Grade level!  How?  With a highly creative phonics course. Congressman Steve King wonders why the Register  did a response to a King editorial  which they didn't choose to print in the paper.   Then,  culture warrior Gary DeMarr  talks about the theology of immigration.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:44am CST

Wednesday April 26 2006 "Why Birds Sing"    David Rothenberg.  Really.   Kevin McLaughlin with  Iowans for Discounted Taxes  want to bribe seniors to stay in Iowa.    "Leading from the Front"   Courtney Lynch a Marine with a mission to teach leadership.   Then,  Iowa immigration redux.
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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:50am CST

Tuesday April 25 2006

Another pit bull mauls a child i n Iowa.   Nuff?   Spirited debate.    Tama County Assistant Prosecutor Richard VanderMey gives the inside story on the cost of law enforcement and illegal aliens.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:04am CST

Monday April 24 2006 I busted my compassion gland.   How come?   Then,  the internet chain letter re:  the Brown Recluse Spider.   The pictures are awful.   The stories Iowans tell are worse... totally justifiying my  arachnobia.     Then,   Iowa City educrats get rolled  by a Wisconsin atheist  Annie-Laurie Gaylor.     The plug gets pulled on a volunteer  fundraiser basketball game,  designed to raise money to repair tornado damage on St Patrick's Church after atheists threaten to sue.   Chuck Hurley says his organization,   The Iowa Family Policy Center,  will defend any Iowa institution in the future against any future bogus threats.  1-877-866-IFPC
Direct download: mickelson-2006-04-24.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:19am CST

Friday April 21 2006

Democrats say Iowa lacks diversity,  so we should lose our first in the nation position for presidential politics.  What about universal tagging of farm animals?   Dr. Stanley Greenspan talks about "Engaging Autism" .    Then,  Tim Hamilton says it ain't Arabs and Ethanol driving up gas prices.   Guess who? 

Direct download: mickelson-2006-04-21.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:07am CST

Thursday April 20 2006

John Cox for President 2008.   Throwing out the first presidential pitch.  Then,  what to do when a high school editorial cartoon assignment doesn't pass the ideological teacher test.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:02am CST

Wednesday April 19 2006

Eyal Press  and "Absolute Convictions"  the story of early abortion wars in Buffalo.  Then,  the President can't control his own front yard.   Peter LaBarbara  with Americans for Truth  talks about the sexual politicizing of an Easter Egg roll.   Lotsa open conversation about stuff.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:07am CST

Tuesday April 18 2006

 

 Graduation rates  in Des Moines schools are dropping,  but Jonathan Narcisse says it's worse than you think.   Then,  what do we want to say to the Rev Fred "Billy-Bob" Phelps?  He gets a bit piece of Iowa's mind.

Direct download: mickelson-2006-04-18.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:47am CST

Monday April 17 2006

The Hollywood film industry has ADHD.    All the big money makers affirm traditional values, yet they produce garbage.  Why?  Dr. Ted Baehr with MovieGuide.     Then  Dr. Chad Rohlfsen  says Iowans would have done better without the mumps innoculation.   How did we get the income tax anyhow?

Direct download: mickelson-2006-04-17.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:54am CST

Mickelson for Fri, Apr 14 I byte cha one byte at a time with a wrap-up of the most absurd stuff of the week.   Dan Gainor  trains us how to detect media spin.   And is Senator McCain right about Americans?   There are jobs that we not only won't do,  but can't? 
Direct download: mickelson-2006-04-14.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:20am CST

Mickelson for Thu, Apr 13 Frank Beard started a new Drake University student organization CTB,  Citizens for Tight Borders.     Then, Jerome Corsi say phoey on the "...we are running out of fossil fuel so expect to pay more..." argument.  "Black Gold Strangelhold"  says oil is produced within the core of the planet,  not by liquified dinosaur parts.
Direct download: mickelson-2006-04-13.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:59am CST

Mickelson for Wed, Apr 12 Why is everybody pickin' on Archie?   Should he resign from city council.    Natalie Myers and Judy Flynn from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services  answers questions about the new Medicare Prescriptions Drug Coverage.  800-633-4227  or 800-351-4664 for SHPS.
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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:41am CST

Mickelson for Tue, Apr 11 Congressman Steve King  with lots of immigration related information.  Jeannie Eller from  Action Reading   (800-378-1046) describes the most efficient way to teach  ESL  (English as Second Language) classes and why literacy should be achieved by the end of the first grade.
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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:36am CST

Mickelson Mon, Apr 10

Red-State Comedian Brad Stine       "Live from Middle America"     gets silly and profound.    Iowa is passing the Fred Phelps Law... and the best known use of a Harley.    More Iowa reaction to pro-illegal immigration rallies.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:31am CST

Mickelson for Fri, Apr 7 New Mickelson in the Morning  jargon.    I explain what  "Getting the Bennie Gibbs"  is all about.    Will Iowa Corn Growers be blamed for higher gas prices this summer?  Then,  Chad Thompson  and Dr. Warren Throckmorton propose new communication guidelines  for dealing with sex orientation issues in public schools.   Then,  Suzy....the one formerly known as the  Nearly Psychic Suzy.
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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:01pm CST

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