June 2, 2007

NARN, The Tired Of Toein' The Line Version

The Northern Alliance Radio Network will be on the air today, with our six-hour-long broadcast schedule starting at 11 am CT. The first two hours features Power Line's John Hinderaker and Chad and Brian from Fraters Libertas. Mitch and I hit the airwaves for the second shift from 1-3 pm CT, and King Banaian and Michael Broadkorb have The Final Word from 3-5. If you're in the Twin Cities, you can hear us on AM 1280 The Patriot, or on the station's Internet stream if you're outside of the broadcast area.

Today, Mitch and I will discuss Peggy Noonan's column about her disillusionment with the Bush administration. We'll also talk about my trip to Iowa and interview with Mitt Romney and also with John McCain. We'll keep an eye on the developing story in New York about the thwarted terror plot at JFK, and we'll want to debate the immigration bill, too, plus other topics.

Be sure to call and join the conversation today at 651-289-4488. You don't even need a Z-visa to get on the air ...


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Comments (3)

Posted by J'hn1 | June 2, 2007 3:05 PM

I missed the show, but I have a point I wondered if I see correctly.
An Illegal can get a probationary Z visa unless he or she can be provably rejected within 24 hours, whether their home country cooperates within 24 hours or not.
The fines and back taxes are not due upon probationary status, but the regularization of the Z visa.
The ICE has to allow an arrested illegal to apply for probationary status if they claim that they meet the criteria.
Applications under those conditions have the same 24 hour limitations.

If the above is so, then no illegal has to apply until they are caught; and even then what mechanism mandates or enforces that they actually progress to full Z visas instead of remain at probationary forever?

Posted by J'hn1 | June 2, 2007 3:10 PM

And who doesn't recognize that all the countries wanting their nationals to be able to "game" the US system will just stall all cooperation for 24 hours? (or at least all possibly unfavorable reports)

Posted by Thanos | June 3, 2007 8:18 AM

Sorry I missed this one Ed, I need to get one of those home satellite radio receivers so I can hear the show someplace besides on the road.