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Ya Gotta do this!
By Mr. David Zanotti

Here is an opportunity that will change your life for the better. Honestly. And it is free and will take you less than five minutes. All sounds too good to be true but it is true. This time it is true. So here is the free gift waiting for you. Go to the app store for your Apple or Android mobile phone and download the brand-new phone app for The Public Square. It will take less than five minutes and it is absolutely free. Register your app so that we can send you solid updates on new programs and events. That's it.

What do you get? The Public Square daily and weekly long format broadcast -- automatically sent to your phone every day-- for free.  You can download them for free and play them anywhere. You have not only this week's important broadcasts but an inventory of 3 years of programming at your fingertips. Now you can become your own radio station and send this app to everyone you know. 

You can start changing the world for the better in just five minutes. All you have to do is download the new app for The Public Square. We all gotta do this!

Saturday, August 30, 2014, 12:54 PM

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Would you dare?
By Mr. David Zanotti

This week on The Public Square® we run straight at a giant. We tackle a huge problem that is debilitating the nation. We dare to take on the tallest guy in the room. Would you dare to listen in and share this broadcast with a friend? 

Here is a warning: the people who get the angriest listening to this broadcast are not atheists or non-believers. We hope you find the courage to join in this conversation.

Sunday, August 24, 2014, 08:03 PM

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Oh Yes You Do...
By Mr. David Zanotti

Once again (and again) the recent primary elections prove a point that ONE VOTE truly makes a difference. The state is Tennessee and the election is the primary held just a week ago. The Democrat primary for the US Senate was determined by 2000 votes out of 172.000 cast. The Republican primary for US House District 3 was determined by 1.475 votes out of 91,619 cast. And in Republican US House District 4, the election was determined by 37 votes. That's right -- 37 votes.

In both these House races, the incumbent Member of Congress was effectively re-elected. If just 738 people had voted differently, or not show up, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann would have been out of office. In the case of incumbent Republican Scott DesJarlais if 19 people voted differently, he would be out of office. 

Article One -- Fix Congress First. When people tell you it cannot be done, please remind them of actual election realities like these that happen all the time the Union. If you don't have a copy of the booklet Article One or have not read the book Free Agents, may we encourage you to get your copy today. 100% of the proceeds go to educate people on how the Constitution is designed to work for all of us. You can get both publications online here at aproundtable.org.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014, 09:31 AM

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By Mr. David Zanotti

I listened carefully to President Obama's announcement authorizing air strikes against ISIS in Iraq. It was unusual. He focused his remarks on the Yazidi people. He barely mentioned the tens of thousands Christians who are being driven from the country by radical Islamists.


Words matter in policies such as these. The whole world is watching, drawing judgements based on what the President says and what he chooses not to say. Why did he focus on the Yazidi persecution and barely mention the equally horrific persecution of Christians in the region? And why does he continue to preach a doctrine of appeasement with ISIS as the ultimate solution in Iraq? He is telling Iraq they must reconcile with ISIS at the same time he is bombing ISIS. Could the message be any more mixed?

Thursday, August 07, 2014, 10:08 PM

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Iraq must be inclusive?
By Mr. David Zanotti

The White House has issued a statement calling the root problem in Iraq is that the government has not found a way to be more inclusive. I guess that means that finding a way to accommodate people who rape, behead and crucify those they disagree with. Perhaps the White House can also provide a single example in history when accommodating radical Islam has resulted in anything other than radical Islam prevailing. 

Just a few months ago the United States was willing to send her finest to Iraq to help liberate citizens from the dominance of Sadaam Hussein. That dictator was not butchering Christians in the streets and driving them from the land. Now the US is sitting by and observing while radical Muslims torture and destroy tens of thousands of Christians. 

Why are Christians being slaughtered in Iraq and the US is doing nothing to stop the genocide?


Thursday, August 07, 2014, 05:02 PM

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