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Interview with Forbes columnist and expert in healthcare law, Rick Unger regarding ObamaCare SCOTUS ruling.

Rep. Dan Winslow will be joining us to discuss, jobs, welfare reform and much more

Local elections are just as important as National. In fact MOST of your "hated' regulations come from the local level. Tune in as I talk with Mike Watson

We will be talking with Mara Dolan, Massachusetts State Senate candidate, 3rd Middlesex District. We will also be discussing the new WSJ/NBC poll that shows MittRomney gaining ground, especially w/ tea partiers. Last but not least, Mitt... more

Sue Wilson, radio fairness activist joins me to discuss why conservatives have taken over our public airwaves and what we can do to ensure all opinions are heard

I will give you my take on gas prices and the facts that President Obama is doing just as good as Bush in oil drilling. Also reports say, Republicans aer WORSE for your retirement than Democrats.

The Blunt Amendment is so extreme, yet Senator Scott brown signed onto it. He claims as well as the rest of the Brownie supporters that the BLUNT amendment is just like Ted Kennedy's. I have Kennedy's bill and Brown is FAR MORE... more

Logan Mohatshami will be joining us to discuss the Obama mortage deal. Logan is a columnist for Benzinga and Business Insider. We will also be talking about religious freedom and a past Supreme Court decision that ruled religious beliefs... more

Should the Obama administration reverse the birth control regulation? Is this a new law? An Interview with Mother Jones new editor Nick Baumann Also, the people who say, "We don't need unions because we have laws to protect them"... more

Unemployment continues to drop, stronger than expected jobs figures. Also my take on why the Reagan recovery is different than Obama's.