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November 16, 2007


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lost and found

The podcast is DEFINITELY worth a listen.


Well worth the wait, thankyou.


Great podcast, guys!

Emma Mittelstaedt

Yeah, seriously, it was totally interesting!


My favorite part was the talking about Medellin

James Burnham

I love listening to these on my iPod, at the gym.



Missed the event, and don't have an iPod. Was wondering if you wanted to get together sometime to discuss Medellin and catch me up to speed.




Does the Federalist Society still sacrifice a minority child to the ghosts of George Wallace and Strom Thurmond at every meeting? What a proud proud heritage! Go states rights!

Joan A. Conway,

There was a recent time when no one could say anything the federal government as far as I was concerned. But I see lots of work that needs to be done, because Congress has taken advantage of many of us with their oxymoron legislation needing an Article III, Section 2 challenge.

But the State Court have far too many problems and the state of the state law is too far behind the advances of computer time, and the internet to make me quickly change sides to State Rights.

The Reagan Administration was a State Rights advocate, and they tried to disband the U.S. Department of Educaiton during the budget crunch of 1983, and outing Secretary Bell, in the process. Remember all those disabled people fending for themselves when the government needed their allotment from the federal government. Please can't we all agree that the very rich have money to burn and their tax cuts during bad times just doesn't make sense, at least to me.


right on sister

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