Ohio Roundtable: The Public Square - Things You Can't Say on the Radio
There are some things you just can’t say on the
Station managers won’t let you. Or lawyers
won’t let you. Or time just won’t permit the discussion.
So, we have another way—the old fashioned way.
You can read about those things in the American
Policy Roundtable Newsletter.
Every edition begins with a section called
“Behind the Headlines” and ends with a conversation titled, “The Back Porch”.
It just gives us more time to tell you what is
going on behind the scenes in this missionary outreach in the field of public
So if you would like to learn more about the
issues you are facing at the ballot or about measures before the General
Assembly, or what is going on with Roundtable in other states—you can just take
a few minutes and read the newsletter.
Actually, we call it a monthly update because
we send them out every month—have been for the past twenty years.
You can get a copy free of charge.
That’s right, we don’t charge for the
newsletters or monthly updates or aproundtable.org. That doesn’t mean the
information isn’t valuable. It means we have the faith to believe that if you
get this material and it makes a difference then you will pass along a
contribution so we can do the same for someone else.
If you don’t like the internet you can call us
at 1.800.522.VOTE. That’s right; we still take newsletter requests over the
phone and send them out via the US Mail. Just call us at 1.800.522.VOTE
Yes, it is much more expensive than the
internet. But again, we have the faith to believe that you’ll do what you can to
cover those costs with a donation—of which we will spend to reach more people
with that same newsletter.
So if you want to know the stuff we can’t say
on the radio, you want to be on this
It’s yours for the asking.
One thing we know for certain—in over 25 years
of service no one has ever written back and said the newsletter was boring.
Things You Can't Say on the Radio
- March 20th, 2006