"The premier political and issue driven talk show on weekend radio"
For May 9, 2015
This Saturday Afternoon
On Radio and Live Streaming on the 'Net'
"GOVERNMENT DOES NOT SOLVE PROBLEMS,
IT SUBSIDIZES THEM"--Pres. Ronald Reagan
on government to solve things, only makes people dependent on
government. People look to Washington, D.C. for solutions and blame
D.C. for the failure and inaction to rid the nation of problems that we
have long endured. These conditions have grown and manifested
themselves into epic proportions that threaten the mere existence of a
nation that was formed by our founding fathers and, in time, became the
greatest nation on earth.
that guide government today, for good or bad, do so with the consent of
the people. It is the people that go to the polls and vote for the
individuals that sit in the legislative branch to create laws that are
passed and dictate the path we follow. If we are unhappy with
Washington, D.C., we must also be disappointed in ourselves.
Continuing to send the same people back to D.C. and expecting change is
as sane as continually planting radishes and expecting lettuce to grow.
comes a time when Americans need to step up and take a stand FOR
AMERICA. When you consider the issues within our nation, when you take a
cold, hard look at what is happening to our country (from the inside),
when you are not afraid to see the truth---you must know that time has
come--it is now.
you do not stand, if you are not willing to make yourself heard and
aren't willing to back your words with action---then who do you suggest
should take your place? If not you---who?
President Reagan's words are most fitting for the conditions in and of America today:
"In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.From
time to time we've been tempted to believe that society has become too
complex to be managed by self-rule, that government by an elite group is
superior to government for, by, and of the people. Well, if no one
among us is capable of governing himself, then who among us has the
capacity to govern someone else? All of us together, in and out of government, must bear the burden."
TODAY, HEAR OUR GUESTS, WHO, BY THEIR ACTIONS, ARE BEARING THEIR SHARE OF THE BURDEN.
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