Radio, Nov. 5: Election eve

Join us on radio every Sunday, 5-8pm on 710 KNUS, Denverand now also on 1460 KZNT, Colorado Springs To listen online from anywhere, click ----------------------------------------------------------------------- SAVE THE DATE, SUNDAY, NOV. 12... Backbone birthday party and post-election bash, Lodo's in Highlands Ranch, 5-8pm. Come out and help us celebrate two years of the show. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ SHOW PREVIEW FOR NOV. 5... The final GOTV push is on, poll numbers are bouncing unreliably, and wild cards like the Kerry slur on our military are putting earlier sure bets in doubt. Sunday's edition of "Backbone Radio with John Andrews" will be the night before the night before the votes are counted.

We've got one of our strongest lineups since going on the air two years ago. This is appointment radio. Please plan to listen in and call in. Topics and guests will include:

** How will the conservative new media offset the liberal old media in key races across the country? We'll ask Scott Johnson, one of the founders of

** Why must we keep a Republican Congress and elect Rick O'Donnell as part of it? Rick's fireball campaign manager, K.C. Jones, will bring her never-bashful answer.

** What's at stake issue by issue in trusting the Governor's office to conservative Bob Beauprez instead of liberal Bill Ritter? Former candidate Marc Holtzman joins me.

** How would a GOP majority change directions in the State House? Rep. Mike May, quarterback for House races and probably the next Speaker if his team wins, tells us.

** Why limit the judges? Could New Jersey happen here? What benefits would Colorado realize from "ten and out" under Amendment 40? Ken Buck, DA in Greeley, weighs in.

** And lest we forget those countless local races and ballot issues, former Centennial councilwoman Betty Ann Habig gives us an example -- her city's big TABOR tax grab.

"Backbone Radio with John Andrews" is the most principled, most patriotic, most faith-based, most Colorado-proud spot on your weekend radio dial. Conservatives in the West have never needed this show more than right now, Election Eve 2006. See you Sunday!

Yours for self-government, JOHN ANDREWS