Thursday, October 21, 2010

Today on The Wells Report Thursday October 21, 2010

Fall is in the air.  Texas Rangers are making baseball history and Juan Williams is exercising his 1st amendment rights to the displeasure of NPR.  They fired him.  Since when is someone not allowed to say how they feel?  Westboro Baptist Church comes to mind.  VP of Communications, Mike Gonzalez from the Heritage Foundation will stop by and suggest the defunding of NPR.  Since when is National Public Radio not for the nation?  Everyone has their own opinions, right?  Mark Mix from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation calls in to talk about Jon Stossel's blog on how public sector unions are choking tax-payers.  Are unions what they used to be?  And Pastor Stephen Broden, candidate for Congress in TX District 30 drops by to talk about his latest endorsement from The Dallas Morning News.  That's a big one.  They are long time supporters of Eddie Bernice Johnson.  1-866-660-KSKY (5759)

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