Browsing Month September, 2011

9/11/01: Reflections Ten Years Later

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Ten years have passed since that fateful day in 2001 when America was attacked by a faceless coward.  Last year I wrote this memorial essay in commemoration of the assault on our nation's resolved. I also accompanied those comments with an audio track.  I have chosen to republish that post again this year, in honor of those who gave so much at such a painful time.  May more...

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8/7 Backbone Radio Pt1 – Professor Marvin Goodfriend on the Economy and Nat’l Debt

By at September 10, 2011 | 5:00 pm | 0 Comment

On Sunday, August 7, former Regis University radio host Jimmy Sengenberger filled in once again for Ross Kaminsky on Newstalk 710 KNUS's Backbone Radio. In Hour One of the show, Jimmy is joined by Dr. Marvin Goodfriend, Professor of Economics at the Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business, for an in-depth discussion on the S&P downgrade of the nation's credit more...

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8/7 Backbone Radio Pt2 – Penn Pfiffner on Too Taxing for Colorado

By at September 10, 2011 | 3:00 pm | 0 Comment

On Sunday, August 7, former Regis University radio host Jimmy Sengenberger filled in once again for Ross Kaminsky on Newstalk 710 KNUS's Backbone Radio. In Hour Two of the show, Jimmy talks with Penn Pfiffner of the Independence Institute about the "Too Taxing for Colorado" campaign against Rollie Heath's charge for destructive tax increases in the name of education.  more...

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8/7 Backbone Radio Pt3 – Aslinn Scott, College Republican and student gov’t leader at CU-Boulder, on social media and the youth vote

By at September 10, 2011 | 1:00 pm | 0 Comment

On Sunday, August 7, former Regis University radio host Jimmy Sengenberger filled in once again for Ross Kaminsky on Newstalk 710 KNUS's Backbone Radio. In Hour Three of the program, Jimmy is joined in-studio by Aslinn Scott, one of the cadre of conservative leaders in the effective College Republican insurgency at CU-Boulder and a key player in the student government more...

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