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Welcome to another exciting Tenther Radio Show: Voyage Number 63!  Michael Boldin again commands the USS Tenther Radio along his First Officer, Nick Hankoff!

First, Michael and Nick sets a course through the treacherous waters known as  the Sea of News.  The first mate informed us about Allegan County, MI rejecting the NDAA.  Then the ship’s crew discussed Paul Ryan reference during his speech at the RNC about the Janesville Plant and how Ryan voted for the auto bailout supporting Obama.

Michael quoted from Tad DeHaven’s article, “If you replace “Solyndra” with “General Motors” the story is essentially the same: “a case of political patronage, corporate welfare, and cronyism.” The only real difference that I can see is that Solyndra didn’t have a plant in Ryan’s backyard.”

Then Nick brought up an article by Salon on Libertarian Candidate for President Gary Johnson in which Johnson stated that GOP immigration plank “Borders on Racist.”  Nick felt that Johnson may have a point.  Michael stated, “If the Federal Government wasn’t doing all the welfare handouts, this isn’t even an issue.  The problem isn’t the immigration, it is too much government.”

Tonight’s guest is the Ship’s Engineer himself, Commander John Michaels.  Who temporary has been serving on the USS BoDeans Tour Bus as he shares some of his tall tales with us.  When Michaels was asked about comparing working on the BoDean’s tour compared to working on the Nullify Now tour, Michaels was speechless as a response.

However after the break, John Micheals made some suggestions for future segments for the USS Tenther Radio.  One suggestion, “You Make the Call” where listeners give a two minute rant on specific topics.  The best one will get a prize of some type.

During the Listener Question and Answer Segment, Lt. Commander John Lambert joined the rest of the crew.  Emily Hausher asked about Senator DeMint’s position on Nullification.  The Senator made some comments about Obamacare which might suggest he might be a supporter.

Cathy Cloud asked which states have stated they will not set up the Healthcare Exchanges.  The crew rambled off a few off the top of our heads, but do check out the Tenth Amendment Center webpage for the latest information on these and other Tenth Amendment related subjects.

The USS Tenther Radio crew answered a couple more of your question before turning the helm over to Captain Boldin.

The Captain brought the ship to shore with his comments about the partisanship of the national party conventions.



16 and Counting, Allegan County, Michigan Rejects NDAA

by Michael Maharrey

Ryan and the Janesville Plant: the Fact that Matters

by Tad DeHaven

Libertarian Candidate Claims GOP Immigration Plank “Borders on Racist”

by Jack Kenny


John Michaels

Club Tour: The BoDeans (Article)

The BoDeans: American Made (Video)

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