You can now catch up with the Freedom Foundation every Friday morning on the David Boze show on KTTH AM770 around 8:15 am. On our weekly guest segment,"Local Brew," we discuss local issues around Washington State.
Who's sexist? And what's more creepy, Obama's composite girlfriend or the diaries of his real girlfriends? Washington's most powerful senator has an epiphany (after a brutal legislative session) and won't run for reelection. And who wants to live the "Life of Julia"? Join the crew for the latest...Read more here
The last show in the original format offers an inside look at The Heritage Foundation's Resource Bank conference in Colorado Springs and some reflections on the world-wide movement for individual liberty and free markets, as well as the blessings of political stability that we enjoy in our country....Read more here
From Mariners baseball to shotgun pellets to Obamacare, the new Radio Free Washington podcast covers it all. Do lawmakers check the facts before regulating our lives, or do they just look for justifications for their own shortsighted good intentions? Is Trent getting old? What are the dumbest areas...Read more here
Tax day was late, but we have the answers on Radio Free Washington. And the other Washington is looking to us as an example of successfully limiting government? Really? Plus, a tipster provides a welfare receipt from a tax-consuming litterbug ... find out what kind of nutritious snacks you get to...Read more here
The moment we've all been waiting for ... except for Blake, who missed our inaugural show. Listen to four of the Freedom Foundation's freedom fighters talk about the "war on women," the party habits of various federal agencies (GSA, Secret Service...), Gov. Gregoire's steal-of-a-deal with the...Read more here
Stay tuned in to the website and our Facebook page and later today we'll roll out the first episode of the new Radio Free Washington Podcast, with conversations ranging from the latest DC scandals to scandalous overregulation right here in Washington State.
Blake and I talk through the 2012 legislative session, and special session, and extra-special session, as well as the budget deal that wrapped it all up. Time to celebrate? Not quite. The real question is whether what has happened at the beginning of 2012 will shape what happens this November.