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Sep 12, 2010

                      

A Two Beers With Steve 'Jam' Session where Nathan Martin of Nathans Economic Edge discuss many topics; propaganda, koran burning, net neutrality and Jim Puplava of Financial Sense Newshour.

Phil Davison Nomination Speech - An epic fail video.

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