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Thursday, October 31, 2013

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Thursday October 31st 2013

Hour 2 - Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch

Hour 3 - Rep. Mandy WrightSimac on "Common Core" Hearings

Hour 4 - Elaine Donnelly-Center for Military Readiness


Wednesday, October 30, 2013

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Wednesday October 30th 2013

Hour 2 - Karen Schroeder Common Core

Hour 3 - Kim Simac on "Common Core" Hearings

Hour 4 - Ultramarathoner Barb Klinner runs to beat Childhood Cancer


Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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Tuesday October 29th 2013

Hour 2 - Lawsuit filed in Town of Stettin/Open Lines

Hour 3 - Phyllis Schlafly Talks about 'What's Wrong with ObamaCare'

Hour 4 - Open Lines

On Tuesday's Show

Phyllis Schlafly Talks about 'What's Wrong with ObamaCare'

Monday, October 28, 2013

On Monday's Show


On Today, Rep. John Spiros will talk about legislative issues in the next sessions and a bill Rep. Spiros is sponsoring.

Friday, October 25, 2013

New Affiliate!

We are proud to announce that on November 4th we'll be on 1570AM WLKD Lakeland's Talk of the Town!

8am-11am!

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Marines Scoff at Obama's Proposed 'Girly' Hats

(Photo: New York Post)

A plan by President Barack Obama to create a unisex-style cap for the Marine Corps' uniform has Leathernecks up in arms over a look that many have derided as "girly."

"We don't even have enough funding to buy bullets and the DOD is pushing to spend $8 million on covers that look like women's hats," a senior Marine told The New York Post.
The hats, which are smaller and thinner, are apparently aimed at looking as good on females as on males.

They are called the "Dan Daly" hat in honor of a Long Island sergeant who earned the Medal of Honor during World War I, according to the Post.

But the current hat has been a fixture of the Marine Corps since 1922, and critics think the new look is too feminine. Some also say it looks too much like a "porter's cap."

"The Dan Daly cap looks too French, and the last people we want to associate our Marines with would be the French military. Wide brim for me," wrote one commentator on the Marine Times website.

"It looks good on the female noted, It would be good to see a side shot, I have a word for the men going to the so called Dan Daly look: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" said another.

Marine Corp Commandant Gen. James Amos will make the final decision, and officials have until the end of this week to give the proposed hat a thumbs-up or thumbs-down.
But according to the Post, an informal survey of the Marine uniform advisory board found that "members did not like the appearance of the Dan Daly cap on the male Marine."

Source: http://nypost.com/2013/10/23/obama-wants-marines-to-wear-girly-hats/

Mary & Me Beyond the Canvas: An Extraordinary Story of Adoption, Loss, and Reunion

http://www.amazon.com/Mary-Me-Beyond-Canvas-Extraordinary/dp/1478712015/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1382624795&sr=8-1&keywords=Susan+Van+Sleet

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Today's Show

AMAC  Director Dan Weber

69th Assembly Candidate Bob Kulp

Dr. Steve Camarota,

Dr. Steve Camarota, Immigration before the House and Senate

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Steve Camarota on Wednesday Show Talking Immigration currently before the House and Senate

See Steve who was on Fox News recently...

 

Steven Camarota, the Center's Director of Research, appeared on FOX News' O'Reilly Factor. On the show, he discusses how crimes by illegal immigrants are reported by the media and why it matters.

Monday, October 21, 2013

First Broadcast of The Pat Snyder Show

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Pat Snyder Returns to Airwaves

Radio host Pat Snyder makes his return to the airwaves October 21st with “The New Pat Snyder Show” after a yearlong absence from radio dials across the state.

Snyder was the host of a popular Wausau based Morning Talk Show for 13 years prior to leaving that station in August of last year.  According to Snyder, “Everywhere I’ve gone since then, I’ve been asked, ‘When are you getting back on the radio?’  So, with that kind of encouragement, I decided to get back to doing what I really love… radio.  ”

Snyder, who has been largely known as a political talk show host, spoke about the format of the new show, “At times it will sound like a light-hearted morning show, but much of it will be devoted to in-depth discussion of the serious issues of the day.  There’ll be interviews with newsmakers of all types, and of course the driving force will be the listeners, who we’ll talk with throughout the program.  As with my old show, it’s really all about the listeners.”   

The show is being syndicated across the state by the Wausau-based Perspektive Broadcasting LLC.  The company’s principal, Matthew Bargander said, “Right at the moment, we have key stations on board across Central and Northern Wisconsin, along with other stations not covered by the original market Pat was in.  We’ve also had many inquires asking about advertising on the show, so we’re pretty encouraged it’ll be a success.”  Bargander said a complete listing of broadcast times, and affiliate stations will be posted at www.PatSnyder.com and on the show’s Facebook page. 

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Major Announcement!

Major Announcement Coming Soon!

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Richard Thompson of the Thomas Moore Law Center on Schools and Religion

 

President and Chief Counsel of The Thomas More Law Center, Richard Thompson Talks about, The religious music issue in Wausau Schools. “Ohio Mom Teams-up With Thomas More Law Center to Remove Islamic Proselytizing Video from 7th Grade History Class” and “Veterans Memorial and Arlington Cemetery Barred as Obama Continues his Legacy of Disrespect for America”  

www.thomasmore.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

The Rash of Black-on-White Crime Sweeping the Nation

Award-winning journalist Colin Flaherty Author of “White Girl Bleed a Lot” Talks about A Rash of Black-on-White Crime Sweeping the Nation And The media’s failure to report it.

 

Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. His reporting is a counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. World Net Daily considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.) Videos linked or embedded may contain foul language and violence.  

www.WhiteGirlBleedAlot.com

 

 

 

Sunday, October 06, 2013

Bobby Schindler on What ObamaCare Means for the Disabled and Elderly

 

Brother of Terri Schiavo, Bobby Schindler Talks about What ObamaCare Means for the Disabled and Elderly

 

www.LifeandHope.com

 

 

 

Friday, October 04, 2013

Tom Fitton on Judicial Watch Suit Against Obama Treasury, IRS to Overturn Delay of Obamacare Employer Mandate

 

Judicial Watch Lawsuit argues that that delay of Obamacare Employer Mandate is arbitrary, capricious, contrary to Law and otherwise unlawful.

 

We speak with Mr. Tom Fitton president of Judicial Watch and the changes made to Obamacare AFTER the bill was passed.

Judicial Watch Filed Suit on behalf of Dr. Larry Kawa against Obama Treasury, IRS to Overturn Delay of Obamacare Employer Mandate

Kawa Orthodontics, LLP vs. Jack Lew, et al

Judicial Watch was founded in 1994 and has been recognized as one of Washington’s top ten most effective government watchdog organizations by The Hill newspaper. Judicial Watch publishes the monthly Verdict newsletter with a circulation of more than 100,000, and also runs the cutting-edge Internet site JudicialWatch.org, which includes the oft-cited Corruption Chronicles blog.

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Jerome Corsi on his new book "Who Really Killed Kennedy"

 

Dr. Jerome Corsi talks about his latest book "Who Really Killed Kennedy"
At the height of his presidenital populatiry, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was gunned down while riding in a Dallas motorcade, a singular tragedy widely regarded as the end of America's post-war 'age of innocence.'

At the time, a concerted effort was made by the Warren Commission, appointed by the Lyndon Johnson White House, to officially and for all time lay the entire blame on "lone gunman" Lee Harvey Oswald.

Now, 50 years later, recently declassified documents shed new light on what really happened, both leading up to and on the fateful day of Nov. 22nd 1963.

"Who Really Killed Kennedy," by No 1. New York Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi, is the culmination of decades of maticulous research.  

 

Word of the Day: Government Shut Down

 

The Government Shut down, we talk with some blasts from the past....

 

 

Pat talks with Karen Schroeder - Getting back to the basics of education in Wisconsin

Pat Talks with Karen Schroeder President and Founder of Advocates for Academic Freedom, about Core Curriculum that has been introduced into the State of Wisconsin and the concerns that it creates.

 

http://advocatesforacademicfreedom.org/

 

 

 

 

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Pat's SnydRemark - Mandates

 

 

A letter arrived from the federal government telling you that you must now drive a hybrid car meeting all the government requirements and specifications. If you don't have a hybrid car, you must purchase one from a list of vehicles that the government approves. Now even if you don't want to drive, you must still buy a hybrid or face a monetary fine. No matter what your monthly car payment is now, it is going to rise.

Well maybe this isn't the best analogy but the affordable care act is ready to set off a series of mandates that will raise premiums and crush businesses. The battle to delay the repeal of this monstrosity continues in Congress. The act is very unpopular with a large majority of the American people, but besides the countless questions and mandates that we continue to learn about each and every day that goes on there are major red flags to why we must at least delay this from taking effect. The President, not Congress, granted exemptions to the affordable care act to large corporations, some labor unions, and Congress.

President Obama has delayed the implementation of the employer mandate until 2015 which will follow the 2014 midterms. Now the exchanges are not even completely set up and they're supposed to be operational by October 1st. The affordable care act was sold to us as the best solution to the rising cost of healthcare and to ensure that those who cannot afford insurance will be covered. Well, it is done the very opposite for the majority of people it will be doubling or even tripling their monthly premiums because of the additional government mandates that the ACA requires.

Businesses will either reduce staff or close because of the increased cost and most importantly if this is so good why is Congress exempt but the American people have to take this burden on? Don't our congressmen and senators represent us? Now if you disagree with this act it doesn't mean that you hate the president or you're a racist. It just means you don't like the policies of this act and you must let your congressmen and senators know about that.

What we need to do is start from scratch. Let's get together people from the insurance industry, the medical field, business and government and without an agenda; without lobbyists putting in their input or writing the bill itself Let's come up with a plan that actually puts the citizens and individuals first. We can do it! We’ve done with auto insurance, life insurance. Let's do it with health insurance.

But what it comes down to is this: in short, the government needs to stay out of the medical business. The affordable care act must be repealed and rewritten. I’m Pat Snyder.

 

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Pat's SnydRemark - Ted Cruz

 

 

Recently, Senator Ted Cruz got up in front of the Senate and spoke for twenty-one hours some call it a filibuster some have called it theatrics to get his point across of what kind of monstrosity that the affordable care act really is.

He set examples, he gave numbers, he put all the points together of why this is not good for the American People. He did not attack individuals, he did not attack the president, he just talked about the bill itself. Now, he is being attacked from everyone and they're not attacking him trying to take what stance he had or the arguments he had against this bill; they're attacking him personally.

He's an anarchist, he's a wack-o from the tea party, and even the Republican party is doing that because they have a defeatist attitude. You know, as I sit back and look at this whole situation it comes to mind that we are in need of term limits. I've always been against term limits because I always thought that we the people could decide who the best elected official is, but the way that money and the media has gotten behind certain individuals, these folks have been in for two, three, four decades.

They've become accustomed to the “Washington way” and not the “people's way.” I applaud Ted Cruz and so should you. Maybe you don't agree with him, but the main thing is he's getting up and representing the twenty six million people of Texas that's in his Senate District and that's what's important. I don't care if it’s a Democrat or Republican.
If they are getting up, not grandstanding, not trying to do the best impression of the WWE wrestling where they have scripts in the back room who’s going to be the good guy and the bad guys today but get out and make the presentation and really represent the citizens rather than represent the “Washington way” we will all be better off for it. And I'm afraid until we get to the point where we have representatives that do that on the Congressional floor, term limits might be needed to make sure we get fresh voices in Washington.