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  • Jim Bennett Radio Interview

    Posted by Jonathan on February 23rd, 2012 (All posts by )

    UPDATE: You can listen to the archived interview:

    Part 1

    Part 2

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    Live now, 9:00 PM EST on KNUS 710 AM in Colorado.

    Listen here.

    I’ll post a link to the archive as soon as it’s available.

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    11 Responses to “Jim Bennett Radio Interview”

    1. Verity Says:

      I couldn’t get anything on the “Listen here” link.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      That link only worked for the live broadcast.

      I don’t know if there’s going to be an archived version available. However, I suspect that Jim will give more press interviews in the future and I will try to provide advance notice.

    3. Verity Says:

      Thanks, Jonathan!

      Was Jim discussing the Anglosphere?

    4. Jonathan Says:

      Yes.

    5. James Bennett Says:

      I am promised that a permallink to the recording will be available this week.

    6. Mrs. Davis Says:

      Thanks for the link. But it ends in mid sentence. More, more.

    7. Jonathan Says:

      Fixed, sorry. There’s now a link to Part 2.

    8. Mrs. Davis Says:

      Thanks for Part 2, but I’m getting a 404 from the link.

    9. Jonathan Says:

      My mistake. Should be OK now. Thanks for your patience.

    10. Mrs. Davis Says:

      Having the UK, Australia and New Zealand join NAFTA is a tantalizing idea. But I suspect it will require a change in the occupant at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Is anyone else giving it serious consideration?

    11. lukas Says:

      I don’t think the UK can join NAFTA without leaving the EU first.