I Will Not Sit Down and Shut Up


Happy Memorial Day.

Each we year we honor Memorial Day. If a country alters its history, if it has lost the vision of what makes its contribution to the world worthwhile, what is it we remember? John’s extended boralogue demonstrates why a people must have concrete concepts who they are, a knowledge of their past, and the worth of their culture in order to preserve it and defend itself from attack.

Since remembering the past is important, Glen Boyer joins the program. Born in 1924 Glen is author of “Where the Heart Was,” an account of a young man growing up during the depression and World War II.

Time for our once-every-six-months help segment. We’ll reopen a thread begun over 17 years ago with the latest developments in Attention Deficit and Hyperactive disorder. Some Christian authors claimed there was no “proof” of this disorder, that biblical discipline is all that is needed to deal with it. This created problems for parents who found that didn’t seem to solve the program. The latest scientific methods in advanced MRI and other scans have now provided the missing proof and much more insight into what is wrong. Neurologist Dr. Robert Melillo, MD, is author of the book “Disconnected Kids” and he joins us today.

Finally attention we’ll hit the ongoing energy thread and a conversation with an aircraft mechanic who deals with alternatives quite often. Dale Buckeridge guests.


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