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Monday, June 23, 2008

WS Radio: Jason Sorens

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Listen live (QuickTime), Mondays, 4 - 6 p.m. EST

"Political Animals"--the flagship radio show of Western Standard radio--is a weekly political talk show on 88.1 WBGUFM hosted by Jay Lafayette, Peter Jaworski, and Terrence Watson.

On today's program, we'll be interviewing Jason Sorens, assistant professor in political science at the University of Buffalo, and founder of the Free State Project. Jason specializes in secessionist movements and decentralization, which will be the topic of his talk at the forthcoming Liberty Summer Seminar in Orono, Ontario, over the July 26, 27 weekend.

We'll talk with Jason about the Free State Project, an attempt to move enough libertarians into New Hampshire to have an impact on legislation and politics to make it a truly free state. We'll also discuss secessionist movements like those in Quebec and Alberta.

As well, we'll talk about drilling for oil, recent revelations about the gay brain, and a pile of other news stories that we didn't get to last week.

Political Animals is on every Monday from 4 to 6 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, broadcast out of 88.1 FM in the Bowling Green, Ohio area, and on www.wbgufm.com worldwide. To listen to a direct stream, click here (QuickTime). To participate in the discussion, you can call 888-7-WBGUFM, or send us an email at politicalanimals-at-wbgufm-dot-com.

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Is a plus Western Standard radio is broadcasting. Suggestion for a guest-William D. Gairdner. Thanks!.

Posted by: Larry | 2008-06-25 12:34:03 PM


Larry: Thanks for the suggestion. We'll follow up.

Posted by: P.M. Jaworski | 2008-06-25 2:16:53 PM



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