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Richard interviews three leading Wisconsin Republican lawemakers about their 2014 legislative agenda and trolls the headlines – Chris Christie, the War on Paoverty, horse-drawn carriages, and more.
Richard interviews a trio of Wisconsin Republicans – Assembly assistant majority leader Jim Steineke, and northern Wisconsin Reps. Mary Czaja and Rob Swearingen. Issues include tax reform, Common Core, property rights, and even a breath or two of second-hand smoke.
Richard reviews the congressional testimony of once Obama voter and Georgetown professor Jonathan Turley as he expresses his concerns about the implications of Obama reaching beyond his constitutional authority, especially in refusing to enforce federal laws. The rise of the Fourth Branch of government: the bureaucracy.
Plus, another Antarctic blow to global warmists and booming gun sales.
Part 1: Richard goes over the impact of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources new limits on impervious surfaces in shoreland areas. The DNR rule would extend the agency's jurisdiction by 300%, limit what people could do with their homes, and thrust thousands of people into nonconformity overnight, devlauing their property. An interview with DNR officials follows in Part 2.
Richard and Gregg Walker's interview with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources deputy secretary Matt Moroney and the agency's water division deputy director, Russ Rasmussen. Fireworks as the officals defend the DNR's proposed unprecedented regulation of private property in shoreland areas.
Santa Claus exists, and Richard has the proof. Plus, join us as we track Santa across the world on this Christmas Eve.
And a Rumpled New Year!
Plus, Why Thanksgiving Matters; And So This Is Christmas!
Today, Let The Decorations Begin; 50 Ways to Tell a Life's Story in Snow; The Snow Falls Upon Us All.
This holiday season, I walk in thankfulness of all those in my life who have gone before but who visit me no more, and for all the things they did for me. This holiday season, I think of them, and wonder: Where are they now? Where are all our good times and laughter?
Plus, holiday music by Sanda and Feelds.
Join Richard this holiday week for Christmas readings and music. Special note: On Christmas Eve, Richard tracks Santa, and proves the existence of Santa Claus. Regular podcasts return January 2.
Not since 1906 has sunspot activity been at such a low level, and if the trend continues – and many scientists expect it to – visible sunspots could disappear altogether in the next several decades. What does it all mean? Well, the last time sunspots disappeared from view, there was a mini-Ice Age in Europe. Could it happen again? Richard explains.
Plus left-lane drivers, Christie morphs into Obama, and more.