In the first hour, Pat talked about the Tulsa mayoral election and took listener calls. In the second hour, Edward Kline, the author of "The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House" called in to talk about Obama and the current scandals, in addition to the 2016 election. Pat and Eddie continued to talk about the mayoral election. In the third hour, Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett and mayoral candidate Bill Christiansen called in to talk about reports of campaign signs being taken down by city workers.
In the first hour, Pat talked about the Tulsa mayor's race and a new poll that is out. In the second hour, Congressman Jim Bridenstine joined Pat to talk about the NSA and they surveillance scandal. Later, Pat and Eddie talked about the mayor's race and then Bill Shapard from SoonerPoll joined Pat to talk about a new mayor's race poll. In the third hour, listeners weighed in on the mayor's race and the latest poll and Pat and Eddie continued the discussion on the NSA.
During today's show Michael Bates called in to talk about the Tulsa mayoral and Tulsa County commissioner's race. Later, Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett called in to talk about Thursday night's political forum and the campaign. Bill Christiansen called in as well to talk about his campaign.
By PC Show CREATED Jun 7, 2013 - UPDATED: Jun 7, 2013
Voters in Tulsa County District 3 go to the polls on Tuesday to decide who will be commissioner. All four candidates were featured in interviews on the Pat Campbell Show. Listen to the interviews here....
In the first hour, Pat talked about a 10 year old girl who needs a transplant and Terry Simonson called in to give his thoughts on the Tulsa mayoral and Tulsa County commissioner races. In the second hour, William Doyle, the co-author with Chris Kyle of "American Gun," called in and Pat and Eddie later talked about why Connecticut has removed the Wright brothers from the history books and a Nashville father of 22 children. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie remember D-Day and talk about Congressman Jim Bridenstine calling on the President to recognize military accomplishments. Later in the hour, Pat McGuigan from Capital Beat OK called in to give a recap of the legislative session.
No matter what the conditions, hitting a target at 1,000 yards with any gun requires some serious skill. But hitting a target at 1,000 yards with a Barrett M107 .50 cal rifle off-hand (standing up without support of a rest) is just flat-out incredible.
In the first hour, Pat talked about Kathleen Sebelius' refusal to allow a 10 year old transplant "Someone lives and someone die," Ernest Istook called in to talk about Sebelius, the IRS issue, and hearings on sexual assault in the military. In the second hour, Tddd Schnitt from The Schnitt Show called in to talk about the Taco Bell story and Michael Douglas oral sex/HPV story, Eddie gave his take on Sebelius and Kathy Taylor's response to not attending a mayoral forum, saying "it's not an effective use of my time." In the third hour, Pat and Eddie continued talking about the Tulsa mayor's race and campaign ads and Pat continued his daily candidate spotlight interviews with an interview with Tulsa County Commissioner candidate Brandon Perkins.
In the first hour Pat talked about Congressman Jim Bridenstine's bold floor speech on a lack of leadership by President Obama, Glenn Beck's compilation of Obama's lies and Kathy Taylor's new TV ad. In the second hour, our tech-guy Gregg Stebben called in to talk about a new nutritioni app and Pat and Eddie later talked about the Gay Pride Parade and money spent in the Tulsa mayor's race. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talked about local churches reaction to the recent ruling by the Boy Scouts and Pat continued his candidate spotlight interviews with an interview with Tulsa County Commissioner candidate Don Crall.
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