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Episode 328: Say What?

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In another case of, "watch what you say," this episode was fun and informative!  As it turns out, there are many different scenarios where what is said does not match up with the actions or policies implemented.

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Articles for Episode 328: Say What?

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After we finished up last week's episode, a few of us stuck around and had a bit more of a conversation relating to a couple of the articles that didn't get a lot of attention. Some of those comments and some of the ideas shared are the basis for this episode.

Articles for this episode:
Just a few extra articles this time.
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Episode 204: Gone Too Far

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This episode includes an interview with Raymond V. Davis III, independent candidate for US Congress for West Virginia's 1st district.  You can find out more about Raymond at his website, http://raymondvdavisiiiforuscongress.webs.com/.

We also had time to talk about a few news articles in the episode!  As I said in the show notes, some things have gone too far.  We had a fun discussion about some of those items.


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Articles for Episode 204: Gone Too Far

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I think it's fair to say that some things have gone too far - whether you are talking about spending, campaiging or protesting. In this episode we talk about some stories pointing out where politicians, preachers and pizza guys have taken things a bit too far. Join us for the conversation every Sunday night at 8:30pm Eastern.

Here are the articles for this episode:
There were, of course, other stories we could have talked about">here are more than a few:
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