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The New Congress


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Mike & Amy talk politics today with Robert Meyer. Plus, your calls and emails!

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2 Responses to “The New Congress”

  1. Sam Weaver #

    There is adherence to “conventional wisdom” [with apologies to, albeit no love for, John Kenneth Galbraith], and then there is a stance for Truth.Conventional wisdom is the philosophy of collective man. It is propagated, manipulated, defended and enforced by society’s “elite, ‘ivory tower’” residents—teachers, professors, media people, PR agencies, union bosses, lawyers, politicians, judges and, sadly, far too many pastors, priests, rabbis and imams.Truth—with a capital “T”—on the other hand, is the Word and the Will of the Creator of the universe and the Author of Law.Contrary to “conventional wisdom” (and revisionist “historians”), the United States of America was established firmly upon Truth.Bob Meyer rejects “conventional wisdom.” He stands up forcibly, faithfully, unabashedly and relentlessly for Truth!IMHO, a more appropriate voice for your program—Stand Up for Truth—could not have been made other than Robert Meyer!God Bless you Mike and Amy! Keep Standing up for Truth!! Way to go Packers!!

    February 9, 2011 at 10:53 PM
  2. Bill #

    As important as our local elections are, why can we not find any information about the candidates? There is an article, for each position, in the Green Bay Press Gazette that you can find online. However these are very superficial discussing their family, address, and a list of current issues that they want to mention. And although abortion is an important issue, this is the only comment that comes up regarding Judge Prossor (that he is pro life). Where's the rest of his story? We want to be informed before we cast our vote, but how? I wish there was a requirement to have candidates answer questions and for us to be able to compare them. I hate the idea of voting just to cast a vote!

    February 15, 2011 at 9:54 AM