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Monday Mayhem: Occupy Wall Street on Common Sense and Equal Time Radio

Ed. note. As these two shows are so closely linked, Carl suggested that we try to run them as a pair. This is why we have linked to the shows instead of presenting them in our usual audio player format. KS

It's another edition of Monday Mayhem, where talk radio hosts Rob Roper and Carl Etnier are guests on each others' shows. Roper hosts Common Sense Radio on WDEV, Waterbury, Vermont, and the show's focus is "improving the economic well being (sic) of Vermonters through reliance on free markets, limited government, and fiscal responsibility." Etnier hosts the Monday edition of Equal Time Radio, focusing on energy, food, and the local economy at the end of the age of oil.

First up it's Rob Roper of Common Sense Radio (aired 21 November)
The theme this Monday Mayhem is Occupy Wall Street, and this is the segment with Rob Roper hosting Common Sense Radio.

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Now it is Carl Etnier of Equal Time Radio (also aired 21 November)

The theme this Monday Mayhem is Occupy Wall Street, and this is the segment with Carl Etnier hosting Equal Time Radio.

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