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January 14, 2006
CQ On The Air Today

The Northern Alliance Radio Network expands today into its new four-hour timeslot starting at 11 am CT, with a few format changes. Our friends at Fraters Libertas and Power Line will take over the first two hours, and today feature an inteview in the second hour with Stephen Hayes, whose work in reporting on the captured Iraqi Intelligence Service files has shown that the Saddam regime trained Islamist terrorists by the thousands.

In the third and fourth hours, Mitch Berg and I will review the news of the week, including my reporting on the week I spent in Washington covering the Alito confirmation hearings. King Banaian of SCSU Scholars would normally join us in hours 3 and 4, but he is on assignment this weekend. Mitch also will cover the ongoing issues of the smoking ban in today's show.

For those of you in the Twin Cities, we can be heard on AM 1280 The Patriot, which has an Internet stream for everyone else to follow our exploits. We welcome all callers to join us at 651-289-4488 to join the debate. We've had callers from Chanhassen to China and all points in between -- so get out the cell phones, use those free weekend minutes, and dive into the debate!

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