Browsing Month January, 2011

1/20 Pt 1 – A Tribute to Ronald Reagan

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In Part One of the 1/20 edition of Seng Center, host Jimmy Sengenberger presents a complete tribute to former President Ronald Reagan on the 30th anniversary of his inauguration and just a few weeks before the 100th anniversary of his birth.  What is Reagan's legacy, and to what extent was he responsible for the peaceful ending of the Cold War? Podcast more...

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1/20 Pt 2 – Monologues on Obamacare repeal, CPAC’s GOProud controversy, and gun control follies

By at January 31, 2011 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

In Part Two of the 1/20 edition of Seng Center, host Jimmy Sengenberger explains why, symbolic though it may be, the repeal of Obamacare is good news - and why arguments that repeal would add to the debt are absurd. Then, the college radio hosts addresses a controversy surrounding the 2011 meeting of the Conservative Political Action Conference.  Several conservative more...

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Brad Jones, plus why failure is crucial to capitalism – 2nd Amy Oliver Fill-In – Hour 1

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On Monday January 3, Regis University online radio host Jimmy Sengenberger of the Seng Center Radio Show filled in for Amy Oliver on 1310 KFKA's The Amy Oliver Show, making his second foray into mainstream AM talk radio! In the first hour of the fill-in show, Jimmy discusses an awful word: failure. No one wants to fail at what they do, but to kick off the hour, Jimmy more...

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Jimmy Sengenberger’s 2nd Guest-Hosting of The Amy Oliver Show – Hour 2

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On Monday January 3, Regis University online radio host Jimmy Sengenberger of the Seng Center Radio Show filled in for Amy Oliver on 1310KFKA's The Amy Oliver Show, making his second foray into mainstream AM talk radio! In the second hour of the fill-in show, Jimmy explains precisely how tax rates affect economic growth and why tax cuts are so beneficial to a more...

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1/13 Pt 1 – Heritage Foundation’s J.D. Foster on tax cuts

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In Part One of the 1/13 edition of Seng Center, host Jimmy Sengenberger is joined by Heritage Foundation Senior Fellow J.D. Foster to break down the relationship between tax cuts and economic growth. Just why are tax rates so important when it comes to economic growth, and what can we expect for the economy in 2011 with the "tax cut compromise" in play? Then, Jimmy more...

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1/13 Pt 2 – Sheriff Grayson Robinson on the Tucson Tragedy

By at January 17, 2011 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

In Part Two of the 1/13 edition of Seng Center, Sheriff Grayson Robinson gives host Jimmy Sengenberger his take on the Tucson Tragedy.  The Arapahoe County Sheriff reacts to Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik's accusations against talk radio, explains why he thinks Rep. Pete King's proposed law restricting firearms near Members of Congress is a bad idea, and more...

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1/6 – Full chat w/ Penn Pfiffner on Independence Institute’s Citizens’ Budget and Colorado’s fiscal crisis

By at January 12, 2011 | 11:00 pm | 0 Comment

In Part One of the 1/6 New Year's edition of The Seng Center Radio Show, host Jimmy Sengenberger is joined by Penn Pfiffner, a former state legislator and Senior Fellow at the Independence Institute (i2i.org), to break down solutions for a real crisis in Colorado: the state budget - a looming giant which poses a grave threat to the state and to future generations of more...

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