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"Common Sense" to Premiere on WSNR 620 AM Radio Saturday, July 21st

"Common Sense" radio program will be airing on 620 AM Radio and livestreaming on www.cfcradio.com. Please tune as we discuss the limited government, free market solutions to today's issues.

 

“Common Sense” radio program produced by Citizens for Limited Government, a 501(c)3 educational organization, will now be airing on WSNR 620 AM radio every Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.  The radio program discusses the importance of limited government, individual rights, the free market and how these principles relate to issues we face today.               

“We are really excited about the move to WSNR.  We will now reach more of our target area with our message,” stated Sue Ann Penna, Executive Director of Citizens for Limited Government and host and executive producer of "Common Sense."   

The radio has been airing for four months on 910 AM radio, but will premiere this Saturday on 620 AM.

"Common Sense" is co-produced with CFC radio which provides an outlet to reach groups that would not traditionally hear this message and offer an alternative viewpoint.

"Our mission is to bring on guests to educate on the issues, give peple information and let them form their own opinions and come to their own conclusions, " stated Penna. 

Guests who have appeared on the radio program include Candy Straight, Board of Governors at Rutgers University; Tom Christopoul, Chairman of Rita’s Ice; Steve Lonegan, State Director of Americans for Prosperity; Assemblywoman Marion Crecco; Josh Einstein, blogger for SaveJersey.com; Steve Wolff, attorney in Clifton; Dr. Murray Sabrin, Economist; Leigh-Ann Bellew, Constitutional Historian and Anthony Colandra of Gun for Hire, NJ’s largest firearm training facility.               

Topics covered have been the NJ Foreclosure Act; Meadowlands Project; understanding the role of private equity on our economy; the NJ Budget and proposed Millionaire’s Tax; Agenda 21; Economics 101; Healthcare and its impact on our First Amendment rights and the Trayvon Martin case, Stand Your Ground laws and the history of gun control laws in the US.               

“Common Sense” is a listener funded program.                 

“We offer listeners and businesses a variety of options to support our program.  So please tune in on Saturday at 9:00 a.m.  If you like our program, we would love to have you join us as a sponsor.”               

 “Common Sense” also live streams on www.cfcradio.com               

Previous shows can be previewed at www.YouTube.com/LimitedGov2011.  You can also join Citizens for Limited Government at www.facebook.com/LimitedGov2011 and by going to the website at www.citizensforlimitedgov.weebly.com.

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John Lee July 20, 2012 at 10:58 AM
not the wisest move including "history of gun control laws" as we are still coming to terms with the executions in Colorado by a gun lover; also not wise to flaunt your opinins of the Trayvon Martin execution the day after the murdered said it was God's Will. You might want to edit or delete your post.
Occidentalist July 20, 2012 at 11:10 AM
Teabaggers John, teabaggers.
Enzo DiCostanzo July 20, 2012 at 02:16 PM
Everything Sue Ann speaks about is well researched. She is not a 'hit you over the head with her opinion' type...her selection of topics couldn't have been more timely and more important for the people of Bloomfield! How much better off would we all be if the right people were in public office, people whose number one goal is to serve not to 'self serve' and 'self deal' which is what we have had for 12 years, me, me, me, my agenda, my title, my pension payments, the cell tower and on and on....
Jim July 22, 2012 at 10:03 AM
It's too late for Bloomfield. What a dump.
Louie L July 22, 2012 at 02:19 PM
It is hard to understand how indiviuals can't be thankful to people like Sue Ann Penna and others in Bloomfield who have worked so hard to bring real issues to the forefront of the debate. If it was not for the hard work of people like her, we would never really understand what was going on in the halls of our town hall. People like Occidentalist show a high level of ignorance when it comes to the facts and also show they have little if no understanding of the facts but rather prefer engaging in typical twelve year old banter. However we can accept this from people with questionable intelligence. Louie L

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