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Guests scheduled for May

NOTE: Check here for updates on Memorandum 46!

Future Shows
Thomas Sowell of the Hoover Institution

This is my first attempt at putting together my own promo, it was rejected because of the sound quality

May 19 edition of the Casey Lartigue Show

We had a great show yesterday, probably the best so far. The topic: Malcolm X. The occasion? Anniversary of his 82nd birthday. Eliot Morgan and I had a great time talking with the callers. Deneen Borelli called in on our special guest line.
You can download the file here.

We posed the question: What did Malcolm X do? We contrasted the viewpoint and legacies of Malcolm X and Thurgood Marshall.
The one mistake I made was not to focus on the question that Marshall asked: What was the one concrete thing that Malcolm X did.

In segment 3, callers begin to get personal with us.

May 12 edition of the Casey Lartigue Show

Featured guest: Don Boudreaux of George Mason University
Promo for the May 12 show

May 5 edition of the Casey Lartigue Show

Christopher Forman of the Brookings Institution and the University of Maryland
Deneen Borelli of Project 21
Promo for the May 5 show

April 28 edition of the Casey Lartigue Show

Here's the audio from the April 28 interview with Walter E. Williams on the Casey Lartigue Show.

You have three download options for the discussion with Professor Williams.

Rapidshare, File Front, You Send It

Here's the audio of the entire April 28 edition of the Casey Lartigue Show, with the same three options:

Rapidshare, File Front, You Send It

As a reminder, here was the preview of the April 28 show.

Station: XM 169
Time: 8-10 a.m. EDT
Show: The Casey Lartigue Show
Featured Guest: Walter E. Williams (Pictured on left)
Host: Casey Lartigue
Creative Director and Co-host: Eliot Morgan
Topics: Reparations

Here's a sound byte currently running on XM 169. To download the clips, click through to filefront and download.


April 21 edition of the Casey Lartigue Show:

Station: XM channel 169
Time: 8-10 a.m. EDT
Show: The Casey Lartigue Show
Featured guest: Kenn Blanchard, author of Black Man With A Gun
Host: Casey Lartigue
Creative Director and co-host: Eliot Morgan
Topics: Virginia Tech aftermath and calls for gun control

Audio coming soon...













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April 14 edition of The Casey Lartigue Show

8 segments in 1 winrar file. You can use this winrar program to unzip the files to listen.

Station: XM channel 169
Details: 8-10 a.m. EDT
Show: Casey at the Bat!
Host: Casey Lartigue, Jr.
Guest co-host for April 14: La Shawn Barber

Or you can download the clips individually:
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8

CJL

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