I Spy can now be heard on two different stations at different times!
Listen on Saturday:
11:00 to noon (Pacific time) on KYKN (1430-AM) or, if you’re outside of the Salem, OR, listening area, go to www.kykn.com and hit the "listen live" button.
Or on Sunday, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Pacific time) tune to KAJO (1270-AM) or if you’re outside of the Grants Pass, OR, listening area, go to www.kajo.com and hit the listen live button at the top of the page.
Our Guests: Rob Taylor, Coos County Activist & Randal O’Toole, Senior Fellow from Cato Institute
This week: Imagine being able to give yourself a credit card. All you have to do is just get one of those 3-D printers and print one right out. Better yet, you get to appoint yourself as your own banker. Not only that, you convince your friends and neighbors that whenever they get a salary increase, their raise gets put into your special credit card account.
But it gets even better! Any debt you run up on this card won’t affect your overall credit score. Your credit cards from other banks maxed out? No problem! Just transfer the debts from those cards to your special card.
All this sound too good to be true? Apparently, you haven’t heard of Urban Renewal Agencies. Because this is essentially how they’re funded—and why schools and police are always running short of funds.
This week on the I Spy Radio Show, we’re talking land use abuse. We talk with Rob Taylor out of Coos County, an activist exposing Urban Renewal Agencies rather interesting funding models. Our second guest, Randal O’Toole, a Senior Fellow from Cato Institute, discusses why government planning creates more problems than it fixes. We also discuss the Columbia River Crossing, a clear case of land-use abuse from Oregon and Washington, and other land-use projects around the country that do little good except to fund advocacy groups.
And just wait until you hear what government built because it was so expensive. That's this weekend on I Spy Radio.
Have you heard our very popular “I Spy Minute,” aired weekdays at 10:00 a.m. during KYKN’s peak listenership? We’re looking for personal and corporate sponsorships to help keep these educational and informative minutes on the air. Are you a business owner (or know one) that would like “prime real estate” to
advertise? We have two :30 ad spots following the I Spy Minute available, but you need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to take advantage of these.
Saturday’s, 11:00 a.m. to noon, (Pacific time). Listen live on KYKN(1430-AM), or, if you’re outside of
the Salem listening area, just go to www.kykn.com and hit the listen live button.
Or Sunday’s, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Pacific time). Listen live on KAJO (1270-AM) or, if you’re outside of the
Grants Pass, OR listening area, go to www.kajo.com and hit the listen live button at the top of the page.
Busy on Saturday or Sunday? Not a problem. Monday, after the show airs, you can go to our webpage www.ispyradio.com and download it from our “past shows” page.
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