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|Monday, June 22nd, 2009|
I've been a Boortz fan as well as a Fair Tax supporter and all-around libertarian for quite a while, but I only recently discovered this community. I look forward to discussing the Talk Master and politics with all of you. Somebody has to say it, after all!
|Sunday, August 10th, 2008|
Boortz and Tampa
I'm sorry I haven't had the inclination to post about this, but now I will.
Over the past 18 months or so, WWBA radio in Tampa has been gradually shaving time off of Boortz's show.
-First it was half an hour for Paul Harvey News & Comment and a local news and comment segment.
-Then it was an hour for Bill O'Reilly so they could continue to do two hours of O'Reilly and fit Dave Ramsey into the 2-4 slot.
-Then it was an hour from 9-10 AM to make room for a local guy named Dro Silva.
Well, Boortz has been discontinued on WWBA to make room for Silva. Those in the Tampa area can listen on http://www.wdbo.com
. This is AM 580 out of Orlando which covers the full show and Clark Howard from 1-3. Or, of course, you can listen on Neal's flagship, WWSB in Atlanta and get the additional 8:30-9 local only segment.
Hopefully another Tampa station, such as maybe 1250 WHNZ will get Boortz back on the air (with a better signal than WWBA's abysmal BIC lighter).
|Thursday, August 23rd, 2007|
Friday, August 24, 2007
Dr. Walter E. Williams will be hosting The Rush Limbaugh Show
from 12:00-3:00 PM Eastern time.
|Monday, March 5th, 2007|
My email to Boortz
My email to Boortz. Not like it will get read, but he hit a nerve with me this morning!You beat me to the punch this morning on the Walter Reed fiasco. When I heard the story on the news this morning, I could not help but think, "What else do you expect? It is basically socialized medicine!"
When I was in college, I had to use the college health center and military doctors with my dad's insurance. The college would give you some Sudafed or Ibuprofen and send you on your way. The military gave me my first pap smear - without telling me what they were doing and for something NOT EVEN RELATED TO THAT END OF THE BODY!
Years later when I went to a REAL, private practice doctor with the symptoms I had in college and with the military docs, I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression. I had this for 7 years before I was helped!
Should socialized medicine become a real issue, you will see my fat mug all over the place protesting against it!
Keep up the good work! Current Mood: pissed off
|Saturday, December 30th, 2006|
What a way to end your year... Bummer of a day for Saddam...
Check out my art at: www.ChrisFrancz.com
P.S. If I had to be a Hang-Man for a living, I wouldn't want to wear a mask. Why would I be ashamed of my job? People who make French fries for a living - they should be ashamed of their job.
|Monday, July 3rd, 2006|
|Saturday, June 24th, 2006|
I'm doing portraits of conservative talk radio hosts - does anyone know where I can find a a jpeg photo of Neal that's atleast 8" x 10" and very clear to work from? I just joined this community and I am inviting all of you visit my other blog: Talk Radio Fan
|Friday, May 26th, 2006|
Anyone Have an Idea?
Maybe someone who's been listening to Boortz longer than I have can answer this, because I do not know.
A person named Rodney just called Boortz and mentioned someone's name, which got him cut off. He was trying to ask Neal about how inflation will affect the FairTax.
Whose name is it that Boortz will not permit on the air? Does anyone know?
|Monday, May 1st, 2006|
Emily here, with the announcement that Michael Badnarik's official campaign Journal Community, badnarik_in_dc
, is now up. As he is listed in your interests, everyone here likely knows he was the LP presidential candidate in 2004; now he's set his sights on a congressional seat for 2006. Although the district is in Texas, we've received a wide range of national support and I already have volunteers from many different states.
If you're interested in helping out with the campaign, or if you just want to be kept updated with news and events, come join. All are welcome. Current Mood: calm
|Saturday, April 29th, 2006|
Okay, now this ought to PISS YOU OFF in a big way:
The California State Senate and State Assembly have BOTH endorsed the
big immigration rally -slash- walkout next Monday (May 1.) As was
expected, the endorsement was voted strictly along party lines. The
Republicans voted against the endorsement, the Democrats voted in
favor. Since the Democrats have the majority in both the Senate and
the Assembly, the endorsements were passed.
In other words, the California Senate and Assembly APPROVE the
walkouts of schoolchildren, employees, etc., across the state of
California next Monday to protest against current immigration laws.
Now, here's the kicker:
On Monday, all the Democrat Senators and Assemblypeople will show up
the State Capitol, and when they step foot on the carpet, they are
automatically listed as "present and accounted for." Then, they will
turn around, exit the Capitol, board planes for Los Angeles, and take
part in the march in downtown themselves!!!
The point of showing up at the Capitol is simple: they get paid their
'per diem' allowance (like a salary) for Monday, as well as the prior
two days (Saturday/Sunday). If they didn't show up Monday, they would
forfeit the allowance for all three days. It amounts to about $500
for all three days, per person.
This money is paid to them TAX FREE.
So, they will ensure that they receive their tax-free money for three
days, fly to LA, and march alongside all these people who are likely
to either not get paid for not working, and/or people who may
actually lose their jobs, on an issue that is contrary to existing laws!
Aren't Democrats special?
Meanwhile, back in Sacramento, the Republicans plan on showing up for
work as usual on Monday. But they cannot actually do anything,
because there won't be enough votes to be counted! There's only a
couple dozen of them (a minority), and for votes to be taken, there
has to be at least 40 or so in attendance (a quorum). Since the Dems
won't be there to vote on anything, no work will be possible! And as
pointed out by one Republican Senator, the state government is so far
behind on its work (especially the budget), they simply cannot afford
delays of any kind.
But Democrats can afford to take time off to march in a rally against
legal immigration, and still get paid for it.
In a funny kick at the Dems, a Republican Senator managed to get up
on the floor today (Friday) and mention that there are many retired senators
who would be willing to do the work of the elected Dem senators, at
half the rate (in the vein of "doing the work Americans won't do").
Or... do the work Democrats won't do (but still get paid for). The
Democrats in attendance were incensed.
Pass this on to your email group(s) and anywhere else. This is
despicable behavior by the Dems of California, and they should not be
allowed to do this unnoticed.
Ganked from bullamakanka
. X-posted to my journal.
Neal Boortz has gotten Tony Snow's two hours in Tampa/St. Pete on 1040 WWBA. Now, all four hours can be heard, as is already the case on WDBO in Orlando. If there are any other markets taking on Boortz to replace Tony Snow's time slot, please feel free to comment.
|Wednesday, April 26th, 2006|
As I believe most of you have heard by now, Tony Snow has accepted the job of White House Press Secretary. Therefore, he will have to give up his 9A-11A talk radio program. This has to do with Boortz, and Boortz talked on his program about taking advantage of this situation. He also wrote about this in Nealz Nuze today.
Anywho, if you don't have all four hours of Boortz right now, this is the perfect time to e-mail the management of your local talk station for Boortz to fill Snow's remaining two hours.
|Wednesday, April 5th, 2006|
Tom DeLay Endorses FairTax...
Tom DeLay made a guest appearance on Rush Limbaugh's program today and endorsed the FairTax! http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_040506/content/tom_delay_interview.guest.html"CONGRESSMAN DeLAY: Well, it may appear that way, Rush, but I think I'm winning. First of all, they had me tied down in a reelection campaign to where I had to focus completely on getting reelected. I think I could have won the seat, but it struck me that I can fight in another arena and still hold the seat for the Republicans. Now I feel totally liberated. I'm going to be out there talking about the conservative agenda. I'm going to be working very hard to get rid of the federal tax code and replace it with the FairTax. I want to continue my effort to hold the judiciary accountable. There's just a lot of great things I could be speaking out about, and I could not do that. I'm going to work very hard to elect Republicans to carry the conservative cause."
Good to see the bandwagon is still rolling, and that there's hope for tax reform in the name of the FairTax.
x-posted to thefairtax
|Friday, March 3rd, 2006|
|Saturday, February 25th, 2006|
|Friday, February 24th, 2006|
I am listening to the 9:00 hour of Boortz this morning and just had a great laugh at the guy who called in saying that whoever makes the most money makes the rules in a relationship. He said that he wouldn't take his date to a fancy restaurant - they would go towards Burger King or McDonalds and bring a coupon. I don't know why, but that just cracked me up! Current Mood: amused
|Saturday, February 18th, 2006|
This is just another tired old socialist website that makes Florida out to be inferior because of its "union-unfriendly" status. Florida is roundly criticized because there is a competitive job market. In other words, if you don't show up to work, or you steal from your company, or are a detriment, you can actually be fired for this! And the state government can do nothing about it. They can't make the employer change his mind or pay a large fine. Government does not have the authority to take sides in a employer-employee dispute. The hell, you say.
What's more? The author of this site tries to make a distinction between right-to-work states and the bogus, agenda-driven "smartest state" index that comes out every so often.
But then, I like this site for one reason. It tells lazy and incompetent parasites from other states not to bother coming down here, because the people of Florida will not support your habits. We have enough population growth as it is. Anytime a site tries to keep my best interest at heart (by not filling up the state with a bunch of dopes who will not compete for a good job), I shall take notice. I shall realize all the markets will benefit from this.
|Wednesday, February 8th, 2006|
|Saturday, January 28th, 2006|
Does anyone remember the name of the fiction author that Boortz mentioned he is reading right now?