Mike Gallagher Radio Show Hour 2 – 5/6/2009

After jumping the GOP ship for the Democratic Party, Sen. Arlen Spector was blindsided by his new collegues when he was stripped of his nearly 30 years of senority in the Senate. Also, Mike debates Pres. George W. Bush’s legacy with Chris Hayes of The Nation.

Mike Gallagher Radio Show Hour 1 – 5/6/2009

A college student defends himself and fellow students with a gun. Mike wants to know who could object. Also, sportscaster Jim Nantz stops by to talk about his book “Always By My Side”.

Mike Gallagher Radio Show Hour 3 – 5/5/2009

Mike welcomes Maggie Gallagher, the president of the National Organization for Marriage, talks about the travails of Carrie PreJean, and the prospect of gay marriage in America.

Mike Gallagher Radio Show Hour 2 – 5/5/2009

Mike examines the question: should the GOP compromise its principles in order to be a big tent, or get back to the core values that have made it so successful in the past?

Mike Gallagher Radio Show Hour 3 – 5/4/2009

Mike talks about people who wear surgical masks on airplanes in response to the swine flu scare. Plus Mike discusses further Arlen Spector’s comments about the late Jack Kemp and healthcare.

Mike Gallagher Radio Show Hour 2 – 5/4/2009

As the media continues to wail about waterboarding, Mike looks at what was gained by the enhanced interrogations. Plus, Mike talks to Nate Phelps the estranged son of Rev. Fred Phelps of the infamous Westboro Baptist Church.

Mike Gallagher Radio Show Hour 1 – 5/4/2009

Mike breaks down Sen. Arlen Spector’s comments over the weekend, when he said that his recently deceased fellow senator Jack Kemp would still be alive today if the GOP had pursued healthcare reform. Also, Mike meets Spector’s likely challenger for the Pennsylvania senate seat, Republican Pat Toomey.

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