Hey folks, we have a great radio show lined up for you this weekend, and we hope you will listen in. Welcome to the growing list of new stations that have joined the “Common Sense” Network of radio all over America.
KQEW 102.3 FM-Fordyce, Arkansas
KMET 1490 AM-Banning, California
WTHV 810 AM – Valdosta, Georgia
WTHQ 750 AM- Paducah, Kentucky
WPGG 1450 AM-Atlantic City, New Jersey
I wrote a column several weeks ago about the rising problem of drunk driving all over America. Amy Milstead, President of Milstead Automotive, will be our guest and tell us how a number of companies are actively engaged on getting teenagers as well as the community to be safer on the roads. Amy created a Last Call program through Milstead Automotive that for a flat rate of $50 they will come pick up a person (and their vehicle) who has had too much to drink and safely get them home.
Our old friend, Alan Topol, is one of the nation’s most prolific and popular novelists. Hard on the heels of The Russian Endgame Allan has a new great thriller. Rife with the exotic backdrops and hairpin plot turns that put Topol on the best-seller list, THE ARGENTINE TRIANGLE is a heart-stopping foray into human vice coupled with power accelerating towards catastrophe. You can read more about it and order the book by Clicking Here.
And let’s talk about rally great hotdogs. It’s the opening of baseball season, so where in American are the very best and unique hotdogs? This year baseball fans will consume more than 21 million hot dogs at stadiums across the country. That’s enough to round the bases 29,691 times. We have done some research across America. Which Major League frankfurter is the most FAN-tastic? We’ll talk about it. Oh, by the way, we will also point out the worst hotdogs in the U.S. Hands down, the worst I have ever eaten is right here in Baton Rouge in Tiger Stadium at LSU. So tune in for a lively program.