Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Nov 9, 2014 - Hr 2

November 10, 2014
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White Voters are trending Republican in recent elections. Why? Liberal MSNBC talks with glee about how “old white people” are gonna die soon. Senator Chuck Schumer’s now 100% disproven advice to the GOP on immigration amnesty. Obama’s planned unilateral executive amnesty. Race relations have worsened under President Obama. 

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Nov 9, 2014 - Hr 1

November 10, 2014
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A wave election for Republicans across America just misses Colorado. WHY? GOP Cory Gardner beats Dem Mark Udall in the Senate race, but Dem John Hickenlooper holds on for Governor. Why did Bob Beauprez lose? Would Tom Tancredo have been a better choice? President Obama’s petulant reaction to Democrats in defeat across America.

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Nov 2, 2014 - Hr 3

November 2, 2014
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Interview with John Carson, candidate for CU Regent. Interview with Jennifer Kerns, Backbone Radio’s Beltway Correspondent. The state of Colorado and America two days before the Midterm Election. How should Republicans close the deal?

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Nov 2, 2014 - Hr 2

November 2, 2014
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The latest information on the Ebola virus. Canada and Australia enact visa bans from Ebola-affected nations. Why not yet America? Review of the phenomenon of Nurse Kaci Hickox, resisting quarantine. In-depth discussion of Cannibalism. Review of Tim Butcher’s book “Blood River” about his recent adventures in the Congo. Discussion of the “Politics of Fear” and questions about the inevitability of “Progress” in civilization.

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - Nov 2, 2014 - Hr 1

November 2, 2014
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Discussion of “The End of the War on Women” in Colorado and nationally. Analysis of NARAL’s weak birth control advertisement on behalf of Senator Mark Udall. Jittery Democrats exhibiting curious instability in Colorado. The Election is two days away, speculation as to their results. Will the levee break? More Cowbell. Preliminary discussion of the Ebola virus.