Art Thompson, CEO of the John Birch Society, appeared on the Voice of Freedom. Mr. Thompson talked about Obamacare and the impact it will have on American taxpayers.
Congressman Louie Gohmert talked about the out of control spending by the federal government on the Financial Friday edition of the Voice of Freedom on KTFS Freedom 107.
Americans for Prosperity Texas Director Peggy Venable talked about education reform possibilities in the state of Texas.
“If we do not fight this battle now, the United States of America will most certainly descend into a form of paganism not seen since the darkest days of antiquity.” —Jerome Corsi
Author Jerome Corsi was a guest on the Voice of Freedom talking about his new book "Bad Samaritans: The ACLU Relentless Campaign to Erase Faith from the Public Square. Jerome Corsi, a Harvard Ph.D., is a WND senior staff reporter. He has authored many books, including No. 1 N.Y. Times best-sellers "The Obama Nation", "Unfit for Command" and "Where's the REAL Birth Certificate?"
Mike Brower, Chief Appraiser for the Bowie Appraisal District, talked about property owners receiving their new appraisals in a couple of weeks.
Mike Brower, Chief Appraiser with the Bowie Appraisal District, talked about the process of appraising property.
Peggy Venable with Americans for Prosperity Texas gave an update on several key bills in the Texas Legislature during this morning's Voice of Freedom. She focused on a couple of important bills having to do with education.
Mayor Wayne Smith of Texarkana, Arkansas discussed the city and the city manager parting ways during the Voice of Freedom on Freedom. Mayor Smith also talked about the search for a new CM.
Mayor Bob Bruggeman of Texarkana, Texas talked about the city's position on the issue of moving the water line for the Highway 82 Widening Project.
Bowie County Judge Sterling Lacy talked about the issue of moving the water line due to the Highway 82 Widening Project.
The voters of Bowie County voted to expand Highway 82 from New Boston to DeKalb. Expanding the highway means moving a water line that belongs to Texarkana Water Utilities. The question is - who pays to move the line that could cost between
Alice Linahan with Voicesempower.com talked about C-SCOPE and the God, Guns, and the Constitution rally Saturday in Dallas.
A tribute to the those who sacrificed their lives for the idea of making Texas a republic.
William Cherry, National Development Officer for the John Birch Society, talked about nullification bills in the Texas Legislature.
JoAnn Fleming, Chair of the TEA Party Advisory Committee to the TEA Party Caucus in the Texas Legislature, talked about the bills citizens should be aware of and voice support for to their representatives.
JoAnn Flemming, Chair of the TEA Party Advisory Committee to the TEA Party Caucus of the Texas Legislature, talked about the bills in the legislature that citizens should be aware of and voice their support for to their representatives.
Peggy Venable with Americans for Prosperity Texas talked about the importance of school choice in the state of Texas. Over 300,000 students in the Lone Star State are in approximately 500 failing schools.
Bowie County Judge Sterling Lacy talked about the issue of Texarkana Water Utilities having to move their water line in order for the Hwy 82 widening project to go forward. He said the city has attempted to implement a tactic that the judge called a "shakedown".
Jeff talked about the Texarkana Independent School District teaming up with ATCOG to transport people to attend a homeless fair so they can find out how to depend upon the government.