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Action Radio Constitutional Amendment: Congress Shall NOT Borrow Money!

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Greg Penglis

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Showdate:  5/23/22   *****  Special early start at 6 am Central - Going to 7 am most days.

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Greg Penglis - Creator and Host.

0:00 - Mike Clynch - Candidate for Santa Rosa County Commission!  This was a great discussion with our candidate.  As usual they all start off with the stump speech and the platitudes, but then we get into the issues like growth, historic Milton, infrastructure, storm drains, housing developments, open space, the local airport, and more.

1:00:00 - "To Bea, or not to Bea," with Mama Bea Thomas!  Our second free for all with tons of guest callers covering a variety of specialties, including a couple of candidates for office.  Our main topic was our newly released Constitutional Amendment to take the power of Congress to borrow money.  This will be game changing!

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