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Golden Grog Award Announcement from GetOnYourSoapBox.com

Congratulations to guest Dr. Darden North from Jackson, Mississippi, winner of last week’s coveted Golden Grog Award in his debate with Diane Archer from the Institute for America’s Future over Health Care in America. In case you missed it – the show is available as a Podcast for listening or downloading online.

Don’t miss this week’s show: The Immigration Debate


Tune in locally on 1320AM in Jacksonville, FL or online via our streaming audio link as the show welcomes guests Al Garza from The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps & Deborah Notkin, attorney and member of the American Immigration Law Foundation. They will be discussing and debating the issue of illegal immigration in America.

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The show will broadcast from 10:05am to 11:30am EST this Saturday morning, June 2nd.
You can “Take it to the Box” by calling 904.854.1320 or by e-mailing your questions/comments to
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Thanks!
John


(To my readers,
I also got to talk about my books a little bit on the program! ------Darden)

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