Monday, February 28, 2011

What Do You Think?

Do you think that Unions have outlived their usefulness?  Should they give in to some of the government’s demands during these tough times?

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Lots Of Courage


  Disagree with his politics or not, It took lots of courage for Senator Scott Brown to reveal that he had an abusive childhood.  Not only was he beaten by various stepfathers, he was molested by a camp counselor.   We can only imagine how tough it was for him to keep it all to himself for over 40 years.  Hopefully, his story will inspire those going through similar things to speak out, and make sure they get the help they need, and also so that the perpitrators can be punished.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Podcast for Wednesday’s Show 2-16-11

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Outrageous, Tragic Malpractice

Here  is an article about Malyia Jeffers, a 2 year old girl who lost bot of her legs and a hand due to an infection. She probably would be OK now if the ER  had not waited 5 hours to see her.  Because of this malpractice, she will be maimed for life. Her parents are suing the hospital, and hopefully, they’ll get the hospital for all they can get!

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Podcast For Friday’s Show 2-11-11


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Congratulations to the people of Egypt on a peaceful overthrow of the opressive Mubarak regime!  It goes to show you that all people want to and need to be free, and that change can be made without the use of force and violence.  Now let's hope that a stable government can be formed!

Friday, February 11, 2011

How to ruin a political career-by Chris Lee

1: Say you’re a divorced lobbyist, when in actuality you’re married with a kid.

2: Advertise in Craigslist that you’re looking for a woman

3: Take a totally idiotic shirtless picture of yourself with your phone and post it to craigslist.

4: Use your own personal email account with your real name to converse with the lady who bit on your ad.


Smart move, Chris!

Friday, February 04, 2011

2 Cents Worth

This Article is about Ron Flanagan, A Vietnam vet who is suffering from Cancer, and whose bone marrow transplant is being delayed because his wife made out the check for his insurance premium for 2 cents less than what it should have been. Because of that 2 cent error, his insurance was cancelled!  Thank goodness this has been resolved, but that's not the point.  Have our corporations become so anal that they would endanger someone's life over 2 cents?  Mr. Flanagan has to get back on the transplant list, and hopefully, he won't have to wait long.