"Courage is the greatest of all virtues..."
Fri Nov 3, 2006 16:07

 

"Courage is the greatest of all virtues..."

AUDIO HOUR 1
http://www.americanradioshow.us/archive/AR20061104-1-32K.mp3

AUDIO HOUR 2
http://www.americanradioshow.us/archive/AR20061104-2-32K.mp3

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A 'V' costume gets a warm reception!
"Tax dishonesty" people level personal attacks against Dave to cover the fact that they can't come on the show and prevail in a live debate! You've got to hear this!
Texas court goes out its way to protect IRS lien filings and violate Texas law!

The time has come for donations from "heavy hitters" to end the misapplication of the income tax.

Political BS in the midst of election season.
Preliminary dates for the American Radio Rifle Course!
Dave tells you where to get some of your gear now!
Jefferson said that the constitutions of the States acknowledge your "right and duty to be at all times armed"!
Arizona offers "concealed weapons permits" but Arizona's constitutional debate records show that authority was expressly withheld from the State!

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