Radio America Network

Radio America Network We have been providing programming solutions for stations since 1985. Shows like The Dana Show, Doug Stephan's, Business Rockstars, Chad Benson, and others
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Variety is at the core of our programming philosophy. We excel at creating distinctive programs of the highest caliber that are both entertaining and informative. They cover a wide range of high-interest topics, including business, finance, automotive, health, home improvement, pets and parenting. We offer content that not only speaks to the interests of our listeners but also creates success for our affiliates. Broadcasting on multiple platforms (terrestrial and internet) throughout the United States, Radio America now serves over 500 stations, the American Forces Radio Network and Sirlus/XM Satellite Radio. Since our inception in 1985, Radio America has received numerous awards, such as the New York International Radio Festivals Gold and Silver medals, the ABA Silver Gavel, the Gabriel Award, and awards from Ohio State and the Freedom Foundation.

Mission: Radio America's mission is to produce and syndicate quality radio programs reflecting a "commitment to traditional American values, limited government and the free market."

Health Debate 2019: 'Conservatives Have to Have an Answer'
12/27/2018
Health Debate 2019: 'Conservatives Have to Have an Answer'

Health Debate 2019: 'Conservatives Have to Have an Answer'

Earlier this month a federal judge ruled the Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional, and even with the the U.S. headed toward a divided Congress next month, a conservative policy expert says this could be a great opportunity for market-based solutions to make progress. Judge Reed O'Connor struck d...

Martini Awards Part 4: Best Idea, Worst Idea, Boldest Tactic
12/27/2018
Martini Awards Part 4: Best Idea, Worst Idea, Boldest Tactic

Martini Awards Part 4: Best Idea, Worst Idea, Boldest Tactic

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America embark on the second half of their six-episode saga known as the 2018 Three Martini Lunch Awards. Today, Jim and Greg offer up their selections for the best political idea, worst political idea, and boldest political tactics for 2018...

The National Defense brings you the final show of 2018 and we start off with the one and only, Dolly Parton!
12/26/2018
The National Defense brings you the final show of 2018 and we start off with the one and only, Dolly Parton!

The National Defense brings you the final show of 2018 and we start off with the one and only, Dolly Parton!

This week, The National Defense brings you the final show of 2018 and we start off with the one and only, Dolly Parton! Dolly and Randy discuss Dolly’s career, the new Jennifer Aniston film “Dumplin” and much more in this great interview. Actor, Director, and Legend Clint Eastwood pops in to g...

Stephen Moore: 'The Tax Reform Has Been Spectacular'
12/26/2018
Stephen Moore: 'The Tax Reform Has Been Spectacular'

Stephen Moore: 'The Tax Reform Has Been Spectacular'

The tax reform legislation has our economy booming and the boom will keep rolling unless the Federal Reserve kneecaps it by continuing to raise interest rates, according to informal Trump economic adviser Stephen Moore. Moore is a Heritage Foundation and FreedomWorks scholar and is also co-author of...

Martini Awards Part 3: Worst Scandal, Best Political Theater, Worst Political Theater
12/26/2018
Martini Awards Part 3: Worst Scandal, Best Political Theater, Worst Political Theater

Martini Awards Part 3: Worst Scandal, Best Political Theater, Worst Political Theater

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are back from celebrating Christmas with three more prestigious Three Martini Lunch Awards. Today they discuss the most significant scandals of 2018 and then sift through a ton of possibilities for the best and worst political theate...

Year in Politics: Sabato Talks Midterms, Trump, 2020
12/24/2018
Year in Politics: Sabato Talks Midterms, Trump, 2020

Year in Politics: Sabato Talks Midterms, Trump, 2020

Almost everyone who will vote in 2020 has already made up their minds. The 2018 midterms showed a divided America and political scientist Larry Sabato says we'll see the same thing in the next cycle as America gears up for a presidential race. Sabato, who directs the Center for Politics at the Unive...

Martini Awards Part 2: Sorry to See You Go, Rising Star, Fading Into Oblivion
12/24/2018
Martini Awards Part 2: Sorry to See You Go, Rising Star, Fading Into Oblivion

Martini Awards Part 2: Sorry to See You Go, Rising Star, Fading Into Oblivion

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America offer the second installment of their prestigious year-end awards. Today they remark on someone they're sorry to see go, with Jim focusing on an important conservative leaving office and Greg honoring a key figure who left us in 2018...

Government shutdown probable
12/22/2018
Government shutdown probable

Government shutdown probable

Senate to vote on stop gap funding for the government. Storms affecting holiday travel.Government shutdown probable. Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering from surgery. What artists make on Christmas music. Christian Toto talks about Christmas movies and Oscar contenders.

In Memoriam 2018: Music, TV, Film & More
12/21/2018
In Memoriam 2018: Music, TV, Film & More

In Memoriam 2018: Music, TV, Film & More

Over the past 12 months, many legends from the entertainment world have passed away. From Aretha Franklin to Burt Reynolds to Penny Marshall, we lost many of our favorites in music, television, and film. And we also remember those whose contributions were truly out of this world. Listen to the full....

In Memoriam 2018: Politics, Media, Sports & Business
12/21/2018
In Memoriam 2018: Politics, Media, Sports & Business

In Memoriam 2018: Politics, Media, Sports & Business

2018 brought us many headlines, including the sad news of the deaths of many famous people. In this section, we will remember key figures in politics, media, sports and beyond. Our list includes a renowned evangelist, a president and first lady, and a famous senator. We also look back at the lives o...

Jennifer Lopez joins The National Defense to bring holiday greetings to our military members listening
12/21/2018
Jennifer Lopez joins The National Defense to bring holiday greetings to our military members listening

Jennifer Lopez joins The National Defense to bring holiday greetings to our military members listening

This week, The National Defense brings you a jam packed show for your Christmas holiday. Actress and entertainer, Jennifer Lopez joins The National Defense to bring holiday greetings to our military members listening on American Forces Networks, and we’re also joined by the President of the Americ...

Martini Awards Part 1: Most Underrated, Overrated, Honest Political Figures
12/21/2018
Martini Awards Part 1: Most Underrated, Overrated, Honest Political Figures

Martini Awards Part 1: Most Underrated, Overrated, Honest Political Figures

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America begin handing out the prestigious year-end Three Martini Lunch Awards. In this first installment, they offer their individual selections for Most Underrated Political Figure, Most Overrated Political Figure, and Most Honest Political...

General Mattis to resign in February.
12/21/2018
General Mattis to resign in February.

General Mattis to resign in February.

General Mattis to resign in February. Trump still fighting Congress over border wall.Letters to Santa from the 1800's. Harvey Weinstein appears in court. FBI files charges against Chinese hackers. Rockers retiring in 2018.

What's the Reality in Syria?
12/20/2018
What's the Reality in Syria?

What's the Reality in Syria?

President Trump is taking heat from all points on the political spectrum for announcing an immediate withdrawal of some 2,000 U.S. forces in Syria, but retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash believes Trump is doing the right thing while acknowledging the decision leaves several uncertainties in the Mi...

Shifting Syria Logic, GOP Wilts on the Wall, Flake's Final Insult
12/20/2018
Shifting Syria Logic, GOP Wilts on the Wall, Flake's Final Insult

Shifting Syria Logic, GOP Wilts on the Wall, Flake's Final Insult

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America fume as President Trump says ISIS is defeated in Syria on Wednesday and Thursday he claims that Russia, Iran, and Syria can handle the fight. They're also disgusted as Trump's insistence on $5 billion for a border wall seems to be sh...

Trump and prison reform
12/20/2018
Trump and prison reform

Trump and prison reform

Advertisers pull out of Tucker Carlson's show. Trump and prison reform. Fed to raise interest rates. Paul Ryan steps down as House Speaker. US plans to pull all troops out of Syria

Murdock: Trump Should Use Farm Bill to Force Wall Funding
12/19/2018
Murdock: Trump Should Use Farm Bill to Force Wall Funding

Murdock: Trump Should Use Farm Bill to Force Wall Funding

President Trump is insisting on $5 billion to fund significant construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border and syndicated columnist Deroy Murdock says Trump should use the recently passed Farm Bill as leverage to get what he wants from Congress. Known formally as the Agriculture Improvement...

Courage: A Key Ingredient to Success
12/19/2018
Courage: A Key Ingredient to Success

Courage: A Key Ingredient to Success

"Return on Courage" author Ryan Berman shares his entrepreneurial journey and explains why he believes courage is an indispensable ingredient to business success. Berman tells us the three critical components to courage and he exposes why several common ideas about courage are very wrong and potenti...

Big Step for First Step, Trump Sudden Syria Exit, Flynn Courtroom Circus
12/19/2018
Big Step for First Step, Trump Sudden Syria Exit, Flynn Courtroom Circus

Big Step for First Step, Trump Sudden Syria Exit, Flynn Courtroom Circus

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud the Senate for approving the criminal justice reform bill known as the First Step Act. While still a bit uneasy about some details, they generally like the emphasis on teaching inmates how to live an honest life when they get...

Flynn sentencing delayed
12/19/2018
Flynn sentencing delayed

Flynn sentencing delayed

Corey Lewandowski talks about Trump, Flynn, and Comey. Flynn sentencing delayed. Penny Marshall dies at 75. Trump threatens shutdown over not funding. DOJ taking steps to ban bump stocks.

Trump Tax cuts
12/18/2018
Trump Tax cuts

Trump Tax cuts

Adam Michel, Heritage Foundation Jim Kennedy, Kennedy Institute for Public Policy Research

Second Amendment Wins, Rough Economic Outlook, Gabbard 2020?
12/18/2018
Second Amendment Wins, Rough Economic Outlook, Gabbard 2020?

Second Amendment Wins, Rough Economic Outlook, Gabbard 2020?

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America briefly react to the news Martha McSally will be appointed to fill the Arizona Senate seat once held by John McCain until the next election. Then they welcome a New York judge lifting the ban on nunchucks in the state and offering a....

Texas judge rules Obamacare unconstitutional
12/18/2018
Texas judge rules Obamacare unconstitutional

Texas judge rules Obamacare unconstitutional

Texas judge rules Obamacare unconstitutional. Appeals to come. More teens vaping rather than drinking/doing drugs. Highest paid models. 7 year old girl dies in custody of Border Patrol. Utah lowers DWI standard from .08 to .05. Stock Market down for the year. Working a 4 day week.

Lawyer Who Argued for Obamacare Repeal Predicts SCOTUS Win
12/17/2018
Lawyer Who Argued for Obamacare Repeal Predicts SCOTUS Win

Lawyer Who Argued for Obamacare Repeal Predicts SCOTUS Win

Rob Henneke, the attorney who argued in federal court for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act is celebrating the verdict and predicting the U.S. Supreme Court will ultimately uphold the verdict. On Friday, Federal Judge Reed O'Connor struck down the Affordable Care Act, also known as the ACA or Ob...

Obamacare Struck Down, Trump's Dumb Tweets, Warren Admits She's White
12/17/2018
Obamacare Struck Down, Trump's Dumb Tweets, Warren Admits She's White

Obamacare Struck Down, Trump's Dumb Tweets, Warren Admits She's White

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America welcome a federal judge's decision to strike down Obamacare now that Congress has repealed the individual mandate. They also cringe as President Trump's digs his legal holes deeper and deeper with more impulsive, ranting tweets. And....

Fiscal Conservatives Furious over Farm Bill
12/14/2018
Fiscal Conservatives Furious over Farm Bill

Fiscal Conservatives Furious over Farm Bill

This week, the Republican House of Representatives and the Republican Senate easily approved a new, five-year Farm Bill, but conservative critics are enraged at the cost and structure of the legislation. Club for Growth Vice President of Government Affairs Andy Roth says Republicans in Congress bare...

Reining in the Executive, 'Weekly Standard' Folds, Cohen's Imaginary Legacy
12/14/2018
Reining in the Executive, 'Weekly Standard' Folds, Cohen's Imaginary Legacy

Reining in the Executive, 'Weekly Standard' Folds, Cohen's Imaginary Legacy

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are glad to see some liberals embracing the conclusion that the executive branch - and the presidency in particular - has accumulated far more power than our founders intended. They just wonder whether lefties will still have these c...

Parent company of National Enquirer may have violated campaign finance laws
12/14/2018
Parent company of National Enquirer may have violated campaign finance laws

Parent company of National Enquirer may have violated campaign finance laws

Parent company of National Enquirer may have violated campaign finance laws. Steve Cortez, CNN political commentator, talks about Mueller probe. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees. Regulating speech. Boy Scouts of America preparing for bankruptcy filing. Jeff Flake gives farewell speech. Paul Limo...

Transforming Vision into Business Success via the Execution Factor
12/13/2018
Transforming Vision into Business Success via the Execution Factor

Transforming Vision into Business Success via the Execution Factor

Amobee CEO Kim Perell shares her amazing story of going from dead broke to building a multi-million dollar company from scratch. Also the author of "The Execution Factor,"Perell then explains why execution is the key to business success and the five components of execution that business owners need....

Excellence Through Execution
12/13/2018
Excellence Through Execution

Excellence Through Execution

Amobee CEO Kim Perell shares her amazing story of going from dead broke to building a multi-million dollar company from scratch. Also the author of "The Execution Factor," Perell then explains why execution is the key to business success and the five components of execution that business owners need...

Theresa May Survives: Now What?
12/13/2018
Theresa May Survives: Now What?

Theresa May Survives: Now What?

On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no-confidence among her fellow Conservative Party members of Parliament. While May survived, the margin was far from convincing. Over a third of her own party expressed no confidence over her rocky handling of the Brexit effort. But without...

New GOP Rep. vs. Vaccines, Taxing Text Messages, Pelosi's Power Ploy
12/13/2018
New GOP Rep. vs. Vaccines, Taxing Text Messages, Pelosi's Power Ploy

New GOP Rep. vs. Vaccines, Taxing Text Messages, Pelosi's Power Ploy

Jim Geraghty of National Review and and Greg Corombos of Radio America find themselves drowning in crazy martinis again today. They slap their foreheads as a new GOP congressman from Tennessee - who is also a doctor - appears to tell a constituent that he's hesitant to accept the government's denial...

12-12- cb podcast
12/13/2018
12-12- cb podcast

12-12- cb podcast

Michael Cohen sentenced to 3 years in jail. Jerome Corsi talks about his involvement in Mueller investigation. Most searched in 2018. California wants to tax text messages. Could you go a year without using your smartphone.

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Progressive Agenda Please stop calling the Liberal Left “Progressive” There is nothing progressive in placing rioting, looting and anarchy above the rule of law. There is nothing progressive in considering insurrection and blatant lies an acceptable means of attacking a democratically elected government. There is nothing progressive in forcibly removing the rights of individuals under the guise of working for the common good. There is nothing progressive in holding an historically failed ideology, despite the evidence of truth. This is the regressiveness of the left. At heart they wish to drag this country and its people back to what the Founding Fathers left behind and from which they fought to become free . Let’s stop calling them Progressive when they are in reality Regressives. They wish to regress to the demonstrably failed Socialist agenda which has historically destroyed the freedoms, hopes and aspirations of the people of every nation in which the Socialist experiment has been tested and found wanting. They wish to regress to a form of government which centralises power into the hands of a self-appointed elite. Akin to the monarchy and aristocracy in England, which system the Founding Fathers completely rejected, at the risk of their lives, in order to create an infinitely better system. They wish to regress to an economic system which removes from individuals the proceeds of their labour, and, for political gain, redistributes it to those who have not contributed, with a goal of binding them to dependence on handouts They wish to regress to centralised control and state ownership of the means of production, which has proven, wherever it has been implemented, to reduce productivity, to increase costs, and which leads to shortages of the poorer quality output of such production. Let’s call the failed ideology of the left what it really is. Destructive of hopes and aspirations. A path to national bankruptcy. A drive to the lowest common denominator. Total regression, in the worst possible way.
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Listening to the Senator just now, she's like all of them. She uses "I" a lot. Just because I (personally) would want to vote YES to confirm Judge Kavanaugh - were I a Senator - that wouldn't matter to me at all. I would vote as my constituents told me to vote. I am a registered Republican and voted for Todd Young (R-IN). In 2012 I voted for Joe Donnelly (D-IN) because I thought he was the best choice for the job, and I don't blindly toe the Party line. It would appear that Joe is going to vote "No" tomorrow. I will NOT vote for Joe Donnelly based on that single vote. Good luck in November, Mike Braun !
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THE BORDER AND THE GOLDEN GATES FIRST. MY IDEA! ITHINK WE CAN FIND UNITY! Please, CONSIDER and pass this on unaltered for now to all of Facebook or just your friends. Then comments later. Thank you # 1 Listen to Alan Piner’s idea for the boarder that may just bring our country together! # 2 Build Huge Golden gates of welcome FIRST # 3 Put national symbols or on top gates, Like Golden Gate Bridge, statue of Liberty, Golden Peach tree, every state can be represented, etc. # 4 Along the wall on gate, “Give me your tired, your hungry, your oppressed and USA flags and along wall flags from all countries, to show the many who have come from all over the world Present where the immigrates have come for freedom through the decades. # 5 Work with Mexico to build safe ways to cross rivers, deserts, mountains so no one becomes a victim from the elements or DRUG TRAFFICERS, AND THOSE WHO WOULD HARM THE HELPLESS. # 6 Make the area outside the gates inviting as they await their dreams. Keep families together. # 7 Open gates in regular intervals so processing will go better. Keep families together while waiting # 8 Have PAID previous immigrants welcome those from the same countries from which they themselves have come from in the past. Telling them of how they became citizens when their dream was realized before them. Giving them the opportunity to serve in return and helping fellow seekers. # 9 Then they can go to hospitals and clinics on sight to help them from Sunburns to being human abuse to etc.? # 10 Care for asylum seekers in a safe comfortable area! Comfortable dormitories. Keep families together. # 11 Those seeking work visas will have opportunity to have get paying jobs. If they lose one, they can come back for another. # 12 Put heavy penalties, if not shut down, companies who hire those who are not here with work visas. Because in the fields to businesses of various kinds they should pay fare wages and give a fair value for a hard day’s work, instead of treating them like slaves. And by the way my American friends, stop saying that “They do the dirty jobs that others won’t do.” “Get out and do some your self and stop putting them down. # 13 Help them with a correct path to becoming a citizen. Shorten the time to get one through their proper study and preparation. Rewarding them with all the rights and privileges of every other citizen. They won’t have to hide. # 14 Begin to finish building the wall in the most needed places first. Remember make it look inviting. Help them find the “Golden Gates” and the best way to enter. # 15 And finally the private sector, and corporations and all can pitch in with the effort.
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