The slowing war on ChristmasToday's holiday-shortened podcast deals with this year's strangely (albeit happily) silent ACLU "War on Christmas." It ends with the note that the appointment of former Tennessee House Majority Leader Kim McMillan to a senior advisory post in Governor Phil Bredesen's administration does not bode well for promises to clean up corruption in Nashville.
Oatney On the Air-December 22, 2006
One story I did not deal with in the broadcast was the owners of the MetroPuss being arrested. More on that tomorrow.
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