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Former Congressman Joe Walsh Dishes on the Issues of the Day, Plus the Truth about So-called “Same Sex Marriage:” Today on the Teri O’Brien Show

Say what you want about former Congressman Joe Walsh, but you can’t say that he pulls his punches. He will join us, and I’m sure that he won’t mince words as we talk about his new Freedom Movement, and his comments at Sunday’s townhall meeting. Once again, he’s in a center of a controversy of his own making, due to remarks he made at that event, in which he stated that Americans “have grown stupid,” and are “lazy,” and “easily manipulated.” Is he right? If so, what does he suggest that we do about it?

This week, Sen. Rob Portman put on a clinic about why the American people trust used car salesman, carnival barkers and television faith healers more than members of Congress when he explained that his son’s homosexuality inspired him to change his view on the public policy issue of so-called “same sex marriage.” Remarkably, some people criticized him. Seriously? If you can’t do a 180 on the fundamental building block of Western civilization because your son wants to have sex with other men, what kind of country is this?

The Lame Stream Media had a field day mocking the Conservative Political Action Conference, referring to it as a “clown car,” but from here, it looks like the real clown car is Barack Obama’s cabinet. From Sec. of Defense, Chuck “I’ve Just Been Handed a Note” Hagel to Eric “I Haven’t Read it But I Know It’s Unconstitutional” Holder, the current administration is infested with radicals and incompetents. Now, the One has proposed a man to be Secretary of Labor who is both a world class radical, and a racist, but also a probable perjurer, Thomas Perez.

Tune in today for the rest of the story.

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Women Expect Too Much and Settle for Too Little: Today on the Teri O’Brien Show

With Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s a good time to ask the question: Is romance dead? The recent controversy over federally-mandated “free” contraception, deemed “essential preventative care” by the Obama regime, raises a more subtle question. Is the notion of “courtship,” now as quaint as the parasol, replaced by hookup, and if so, who benefits? The late 1960‘s saw the rise of so-called women’s movement, but has it really benefitted women? Are we better off now that “liberation” means that we’re supposed to not only pick up the check, but also hit the sheets with as many men as possible, get rid of any inconvenient tissue mass byproducts of our sexual conquests, and move on to the next one? Of course not, and while it might seem like our culture’s sexual candy store might be a dream come true for men, as they mature, aren’t they also looking for something deeper and more meaningful?

Our special guest, nationally-syndicated columnist and author of the best-selling book, It Takes a Parent, Betsy Hart, will join us to talk about looking for love in all the right places. Her new book “From The Hart: A Collection of Favorite Columns on Love, Loss, Marriage (and Other Extreme Sports)” is a refreshingly honest, intelligent, and sometimes politically incorrect, exploration of modern relationships. Betsy will explain the real reason that women seem to have such a tough time finding Mr. Right, often ignoring many good guys in the process. She’s also agreed to take your questions about love and romance. I’ll ask her about a recent CPAC attendee’s idea of the perfect conservative date.

The Obama administration has decided that the issue of federal government coercion, laid bare by their insistence that birth control, including abortifacients, are a “right,” is behind them, but not so fast, my dictatorial friends. Nothing is over until we say it is.

Join us Sunday for the rest of the story.

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Rick Santorum’s Home Run at CPAC Illustrates Romney’s Real Problem

I counted two standing ovations during Rick Santorum’s CPAC speech this morning. You can watch it here.

I think the reason Rick is rising in the polls is that he oozes authenticity. David Brooks gets it right in his column today:

If Rick Santorum weren’t running for president, he would still be saying the same things he is saying today. Very few people believe that about Mitt Romney. If he can’t fix that problem, he may win the Republican nomination, but it won’t be worth much.

Mitt Romney is speaking right now. I doubt that he will do as well as Santorum, but even if he gives a terrific speech, I’m not sure that will sufficient to overcome the problem that David Brooks captured so well.