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Ferdinand will be discussing the latest happenings in Clarke County, Virginia and Berryville. Join him on the second Wednesday on each month. Also on topic with future guests, anything northern Virginia and DC.
Tonight we address the IRS and its woes, scandals and infamous reputation.
When talking of this American Gestapo we cannot ignore America's desire for a more simple and easy to understand tax code.
You want simple, easy, fair? .... I give you the fair tax.
Villianized for its fairness, misrepresented for its danger to established power and over-complicated for its simplicity, the Fair Tax is the answer to so much that ails us in America today.
Splash talks about the basics, the benefits and the need for something as middle class friendly as The Fair Tax.
We will of course revisit the Budget Deal in potential peril and have more on the CIA Terror uproar.
All this plus the news of the world in general on tonight's show.
Rock County Fair, Day 2: chatted with Allen Jennette about theatre and politics! Super conversation. Peter Severson stopped by, too - he said some very interesting things that really got me thinking about the political process.
Edie has an animated discussion with Ron Brown, local theatre actor and director, along with many other fairgoers at the first day of the Rock County fair! The first minute & a 1/2 are a little rough, but hilarious! Stick with it - it's worth it!
It is Gravenstein time again in Sonoma County, California. The Gravenstein is an heirloom apple variety that has been part of this rich agricultural area since the arrival of Russian immigrants in the mid 1800's. The Gravenstein Apple Fair is a grand tradition in Sepastopol California every August since the early 1900's. This unique and endangered Apple is one of the six US Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity Presidia product. Carmen Schneider from Sonoma County Farm Trails joins the program to tell us all about all the fair events as well as the unique place the Gravenstein has in the agricultural and culinary traditions of the area.
Albany County Chairwoman Christine Benedict talks about what is going on with the Albany County Legislature
What is fair, what is just, what is equal? Why do so many miss the mark? Why do people think diversity (i.e. the clashing and chatotic mixing) is a good thing? They think so because (other than those who abuse it to gain a political edge) it resembles teh truth but is wide of that truth. Why do people think micro nutrients are better than fish oil for eye health? How doI relate this to health? Tune in to find out!
Wake Up Knoxville will be broadcasting live at the Marion County Fair in Knoxville, Iowa Monday morning, July 14, from 7-9.
Mike Roberts and Bill McCroskey will be covering the morning activities at the fair as well as updating you on local news, weather and sports, plus discussing what is going on locally as well as around the country.
This is the first time we are taking the show on the road, so wish us luck an tune in tomorrow morning for Wake Up Knoxville!!!
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