The pitfalls of Army Radio

This week the cabinet approved a one-year extension of the advertising that powers Army Radio. But for a host of reasons, Army Radio in no way deserves the extension, and instead merits being shut down completely.

May 19, 2011 15:06
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The pitfalls of Army Radio

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