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Ken Kraetzer of SAL Radio leads a discusison of Army's football game Saturday at Kent State. The Black Knights seek their third win of the season and a chance to put their season back on track for a bowl game appearance. Thsi is also the final tune-up for West Point before a bye week and their Commander In Chief Trophy game against Air Force. All are welcome to call in and offer their perspective on the Army-kent State game and the season todate. Fine to call and describe another major college game you attended. Air Force and Navy football fans welcome too. The call in line Sunday night 8-9 PM EST is 1-347-826-7155.
Fresh off of the huge article in the Greanville Post, the Election Boycott Advocates are back on Carson's Corner for another 2-hour lively debate/discussion. Last week, much of the discussion during the first hour centered around whether 3rd parties can produce meaningful results in the system, and the idea that the Election Boycott Advocates are doing nothing to change the system. First, as was pointed out by cohost Chris Driscoll, working class 3rd parties have had little success in electing anything other than a handful of people. Part of the reason our voter turnout is so low in America, is that people realize they don't have a real choice in elections. Unlike in other countries that have a much higher turnout, there are no working class parties in America. In fact, not only is there no working class party, as Noam Chomsky points out, the term "working class" is taboo among the ruling class. The working class in America is suffering a class-based assault that cannot be discussed in the corporate media.
As for the idea that the Election Boycott Advocates are not doing anything to change the system, Thomas Baldwin notes, the group is putting out statements that seek to explain why our system is so corrupt and how participating in the system will not lead to favorable results. Such statements have been picked up by websites, including the Greanville Post, which has the Democratic Party nervous. Parties, institutions, and vested individuals have a lot to lose by tearing down the system-we the working class people do not. The billionaires have choices- we do not.
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Join us as Tanner and I review the weekend in college football. Florida State and Notre Dame had a game for the ages, Michigan State and Ohio State look as though they've distanced themselves from the rest of the Big Ten, Oregon still looks like the class of the Pac-12, the SEC West is absolutely dominating the polls, the Big 12 looks like anybody's league and Marshall, my dark horse, continues to set NCAA records as they search for some sort of respect.
Reviewing the controversial loss to Florida State and evaluating the play of the Irish in Tallahassee.
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Frank Rossi, James Baker and special co-hosts throughout the season will bring you reviews, previews and interviews with newsmakers of the NCAA Division III's Liberty League football conference all season long. That includes Hobart, Union, RPI, WPI, Springfield, St. Lawrence, Rochester and Merchant Marine Academy. The show includes the much-heralded "Around the League" recap, including audio clips from the games of the week.
Jim Hurley's weekly football betting podcast takes aim at the big game of Saturday, when Notre Dame visits Florida State. Hurley then explores an under-the-radar topic in college football handicapping in examining Kentucky, a dark horse team that's winning games and covering pointspreads. Listen in before you watch the games on Saturday and especially before you bet.
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