Debbie Lee has been a leading spokesperson for the missions of U.S. troops fighting in the war on terrorism and for their families and families of the fallen. Her son Marc Alan Lee was the first Navy SEAL killed in Iraq, and she founded the non-profit, America’s Mighty Warriors in response to Marc’s last letter home.
Author, business owner, and conservative activist Adrian Murray joins us this morning to discuss “Crank Up the Volume,” a series of events with the goal of organizing average citizens to do their part in repealing what he calls the “Patient Punishment and unAffordable Care Act.”
On Thursday, August 9th at 7:00, Congressman Michael Burgess (who joined us for yesterday’s 9am hour) has accepted an invitation to speak to the group. Want to attend? Find more info HERE.
The most recent editorial from Stephen Hayes and Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard examines the current state of the Romney VP hunt. They encourage Mitt Romney to “Go for the Gold,” and Stephen joins us this morning to discuss.
Congressman Burgess is in Dallas-Fort Worth for one of the last major legislative breaks before November. We’re taking the full 9am hour as an opportunity to speak with him about what Congress has done this year and what remains to be done.
Congressman Burgess is also hosting two townhall meetings while he’s in town.
From Producer Susan: We asked … and you delivered!
Enjoy this gallery of pictures that you, our faithful listeners tweeted to us as you enjoyed Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day. If you tweeted your picture to us and do not see it on this page, please try again (@ProducerSusan) and I’ll gladly add it. (Apologies in advance for the oversight!)
Thanks for making this day so fun. I literally teared up as I was uploading these. What a beautiful expression of family, faith, and freedom. Bless you guys!
Roger Williams was the big winner in yesterday’s runoff to be the Republican candidate in US Congressional District 25. We thought it would be nice to revisit his brilliant campaign ad that has received nationwide attention — not to mention about 2 million views: