Memorial Day is a special day set aside to honor those brave Americans who have died in the service of our nation. It is also a day meant to remind us all that truly freedom is not free. It is so easy these days to take our American freedom and safety so very much for granted, but the truth is this – if we did not have our brave men and women, both past and present, if we did not have them acting as a shield to protect each of us – there truly would be no freedom, there would be no safety. So, Memorial Day is a perfect day to help us all remember that
we are the land of the free because
we are the home of the brave.
This special feature is formatted for a 1 hr time slot – actual length is 44 minutes.
This Memorial Day special, “The Price Paid For Freedom”, has been produced to honor all of our Veterans, but it gives a special salute to so many of our WWII Vets who are leaving us by the 1,000’s every day.
I am presently working on finishing the production of these Veterans interview. It has been quite a challenge and my deepest honor to talk with these who are part of what has come to be known as “Our Greatest Generation”.
Although I will be hosting this Special Feature, the Stars of the show are these very special Veterans, each telling their stories in their own words.
This Memorial Day tribute program, “The Price Paid for Freedom” follows the SRN Talk clock.
For questions regarding the program call Jerry Stewart at 360-961-5587.
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If you plan to clear “The Price Paid for Freedom”, please send us your information (Call Letters, Market, Time and Date Cleared) to email@example.com or fax to 817-576-3666.
“The Bob Zadek Show” now airs each Sunday from 11am-12pm ET on XDS
Bob talks about the issues that affect our lives on a daily basis from a purely Libertarian standpoint. He believes in small government, less taxes and greater personal freedom.
Bob was inspired to become politically active after watching an interview with Joseph Ellis, an historian who had just written “Passionate Sage: An Account of John Adams’ Retirement Years.” Adams achieved so much during his career, serving two terms as a Vice President, one term as President and playing a leading role in the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Bob idealizes Adams for the work he continued to do for the revolution until his retirement. While watching the Ellis interview, Bob discovered his love for American ideals. He feels passion for the freedoms created in the Constitution and The Bill of Rights; what he refers to as “The Original America.” He believes that our system of government must recognize the successes of the past in order to live up to the dreams and ideals of the founding fathers. To borrow a phrase from law professor and Constitutional scholar Randy Barnett, Bob supports “Restoring the Lost Constitution.”
It was not just Revolutionary history that influenced Bob’s personal philosophy. Ayn Rand’s epic novel “Atlas Shrugged” describes a frightening scenario in which all business has been nationalized, and its capitalistic saviors are oppressed. That is a bit too close to home in 21st century America for Bob’s comfort.
Bob believes that America has lost its way. The country’s first principles are economic and social freedom, republicanism, the rule of law, and liberty. Our founders were correct about their approach to government as were John Locke, Adam Smith and the other great political philosophers who influenced them. America cannot and does not need to be reinvented. Bob believes we must take thebest of our founding principles and work from them because a country without principles is just a land mass.
Bob has been practicing finance law for 50 years, is listed in “The Best Lawyers In America” and has been awarded the highest rating for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability by Peer Reviewed Martindale Hubbell. He holds a law degree and a Master’s degree in Law from NYU School of Law and is a Charter Fellow in the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers, Past President of the Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys, Past Chair of the 1,500 member Commercial Finance Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association, and Past Chair of the California State Bar UCC Committee.
Bob has been retained as an expert witness in more than 25 cases dealing with finance law. As an entrepreneur, he created and now manages Lenders Funding LLC, which makes and participates in loans to small business.
Bob’s favorite quote is from John Locke: “The end of law is not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom. For in all the states of created beings capable of law, where there is no law, there is no freedom”.
Bob’s passions are American history, entrepreneurism, Libertarianism and his number one fan and significant other Anne
Live from Dallas, TX, Sundays 7 to 9 PM ET, XDS SRN3 – America Can We Talk.
A conservative message in a woman’s voice with an NPR tone.
Informed, engaged, compelling patriotism.
Second hour Right View Roundtable features two guests in lively, serious banter/analysis of the news and issues of the day.
Active social media presence: live web-streaming from AmericaCanWeTalk.org – published real-time on FB live – podcasts online within 24 hours at website and iTunes.
Top notch, thought-leader first hour guests, many recurring, include:
Host Debbie Georgatos is a Georgetown-educated lawyer, and also serves as a Fox News Radio national political analyst, heard frequently on stations around the country; she also regularly co-hosts with Kerby Anderson on Christian radio’s Point of View on the Friday afternoon roundtable broadcast. Debbie is a sought after speaker in Texas and beyond.
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Award winning authors Mark Anderson MD, Walter Gaman MD, and Judy Gaman bring listeners new and relevant information and advice about health, medical breakthroughs, longevity, and wellness. This exciting and informative show has been educating radio listeners since 2010.
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America’s source for “politically-incorrect” and “always right” news and opinion – is bringing its insightful analysis to radio.
“The Strident Conservative” is a two minute daily commentary that focuses on the news and issues relevant to Conservatives and the Constitution. With a focus on holding our political and spiritual leaders accountable for the decline of American greatness, The Strident Conservative is an equal-opportunity critic, holding members of every political stripe accountable.
“I am delighted to begin this new partnership with the Salem broadcast family,” said David Leach, Publisher of The Strident Conservative. “The SC combines poignant and honest opinion, mixed with a touch of sarcasm and satire, in ways that will appeal to listeners who still believe in the America envisioned by our Founding Fathers. I believe we are a perfect fit for the Salem network.”
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5:50:00 – 5:52:00am ET each Monday through Friday
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