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He's been a congressman, a governor, the head of a bank, and now he wants to be president. Buddy Roemer of Louisiana was running as a Republican. He dropped out of that race and is now seeking the nomination of the Reform Party and of Americans Elect, a new online platform for third-party candidates. Buddy Roemer says he won't take contributions of more than $100 and he won't take PAC money.
Matt Meinke uses actualities from KETR's live High School football broadcast of Commerce vs. Anna, to create a recap of highlights from the game. Play-By-Play Announcer: John Mark Dempsey, Color-Commentary: Adam Sparks. Air date: Oct. 28, 2011.
Notably Texan host Matt Meinke interviews Dallas music artists Camille Cortinas and her husband Eric Neal. Topics include their music, and various side projects. Recorded in the KETR studios June 30, 2011.
Here's some of the early word about today's Supreme Court hearing on the constitutionality of the nation's new health care overhaul law:
-- Five Justices Were Tough: Five members of the court "beat him up pretty hard," NPR's Nina Totenberg says of how the justices treated the counsel representing the government. But she also says, "I don't think you can call this," when asked about whether the court will or won't strike down the so-called individual mandate in the law. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy "seem to be in play," Nina reports.