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Saturday, April 19, 201404/19/2014

4-19 Roger Katz

Assistant Minority Leader of the Senate, Roger Katz discusses senate issues.

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Saturday, April 19, 201404/19/2014

4-19 Justin Alfond

Senate President Justin Alfond calls in to discuss the legislative update from the Democratic point of view.

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Saturday, April 12, 201404/12/2014

4-12 Carol Noonan

Carol Noonan of the Stone Mountain Arts Center joins to talk about the performance hall in Brownfield Maine!

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Saturday, April 12, 201404/12/2014

4-12 Sharri McDonald

Old Orchard Rep. Sharri McDonald, joins the show to discuss welfare reform issues.

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Saturday, March 15, 201403/15/2014

3-15 Barney Frank

Ethan Strimling has a free range political discussion with Congressman Barney Frank.

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Saturday, March 15, 201403/15/2014

3/15 Gen. David Irvine

Ethan Strimling talks with General David Irvine about the secret report commissioned by the US Senate that looks in to the CIA’s use of “enhanced interrogation” techniques used against suspected terrorists.

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Saturday, March 15, 201403/15/2014

3/15 Chuck Kruger

Ethan Strimling talks with State Rep. Chuck Kruger about the CDC’s shredding and covering up of documents.

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Saturday, March 15, 201403/15/2014

3/15 Senator Thomas Saviello

Ethan Strimling talks with Senator Thomas Saviello about expanded health care and bear bating.

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Saturday, March 8, 201403/08/2014

3/8 Ukraine Segment 2

Arthur King talks with Professor Ronald J. Rychlak at the University of Mississippi and is an expert on disinformation campaigns and can address why he believes that the Ukraine, is part of Putin’s strategy to put the USSR back together.

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Saturday, March 8, 201403/08/2014

3-8 Ukraine

Arthur King talks with Professor Robert Krayvchuk of Indiana University about the Ukraine crisis, starting with Russia’s historical relationship with the Ukraine, and with Crimea in particular.

Latest Headlines

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$39M in Unexpected Revenue at End of Fiscal Year

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Gov. Paul LePage's administration says Maine ended the fiscal year on June 30 with better-than-expected revenues of $39 million.

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Official: Friendly Persona for Abuser not Unusual

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GENERIC VIGIL

Friends and neighbors were stunned to learn that a maintenance worker who always presented a friendly face had killed his wife and three children before taking his own life.

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Maine To Rule On Petition To Regulate Phthalates

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Maine's Department of Environmental Protection is soliciting comments from the public and is preparing to make a ruling on a citizens' petition to regulate phthalates in household products.

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Investigator: Bird Sanctuary Fire Was Arson

GENERIC CRIME TAPE

The district attorney is reviewing the results of a state fire marshal investigation into an arson fire last March at Birdsacre, a nonprofit bird sanctuary in Ellsworth.

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6 MOO Milk Farms Sign On With Organic Valley

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A Wisconsin-based milk distributor is expanding its Maine supply network and picking up half of the former MOO Milk organic dairy farms as suppliers.