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The Weekly Read, Will it Go Round in Circles?

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The Nitelifer Circle of Sanity

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Blind trusts, tax shelters, campaign donations, mega rich, class warfare.  This is the week that has been Mitt Romney in the news.  Dinged for not releasing his tax returns, "Magic Mitt" is crying foul at the Obama campaign for "not playing fair".  We know Mitt is a classic flip flopper but even he can't change the course of this media freight train. We will talk about that tonight.
The NRA is still trying to convince America that President Obama is coming to get your guns, contrary to ANY evidence that this administration is even remotely interested in dealing with any gun control legislation.  Why is the NRA so concerned with continuing to promote this lie?  Is it because despite the Obama Administration being less aggressive than the Dubya Administration on gun control, they are trying everything possible to frame Obama as "one of THEM" like the rest of scared America? Kamal and Yale will put their usual "spin" on this largely ignored non-issue issue.
DirecTV customers, Nitelifer's Circle of Sanity will discuss you all being held hostage by the VIACOM crisis as well.  How dare them take away our MTV!  These issues and more are all on tap for tonight's show.  Be sure to tune in and join us in the conversation tonight at 6:30pm til 8:00pm. Dial in and join the conversation at (347) 205-9763, and or follow the link to listen in from your computer.
Focusing on the major and sometimes overlooked topics affecting us in America today as well as in Baltimore and Seattle and all parts in between, the news is or isn't talking about it, but regardless, the Nitelifer Circle of Sanity is!  We hope to enlighten and educate while delivering the seriousness of the issues with a hint of sarcasm and humor.

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