Monday, May 28, 2012
How much should the federal government get involved in our lives? Joseph Boyett joins Jim Blasingame to debate the role of the federal government and how much it should impose its will on our lives.
Should the U.S. federal government have done more to stimulate the economy? Joseph Boyett joins Jim Blasingame to define bipartisanship and party ideals from a progressive point of view and compare them to the socialist policies of Europe.
What Memorial Day means today. The VFW's Joe Davis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the origins of Memorial Day and why it continued to have an important place in America's future.
Honoring those who gave all their tomorrows so we can have freedom today. The VFW's Joe Davis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the sacrifices made by Americans throughout history and why veterans make excellent employees.
Other than the Vietnam era, veterans have been respected. The VFW's Joe Davis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the respectful way our military are treated today compared to Vietnam veterans in the past..
America’s first militia was comprised of small business owners and employees. On Memorial Day, Jim Blasingame recognizes America’s militia – small business volunteers who serve honorably, courageously and paid the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of a grateful nation.
Someone paid dearly for your freedom. Jim Blasingame shares two poems that honor those who paid the ultimate price - all of their tomorrow - for Americans to have freedom today.
Gene Griessman brings President Lincoln to life as he joins Jim Blasingame with original thoughts on Memorial Day and our connection with history.
The power of knowing our history. Gene Griessman joins Jim Blasingame on Memorial Day to reveal the reasons Americans must study history to secure a successful future.
Discussing American exceptionalism and Memorial Day. Gene Griessman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the concept of American exceptionalism and the connection to Memorial Day.