This Week on Lincoln Radio Journal: DEP Secretary Resigns


Radio Program Schedule for the week of June 4, 2016 – June 10, 2016

This week on Lincoln Radio Journal:

  • Eric Boehm has news headlines from PAWatchdog.org
  • David Taylor of the PA Manufacturers Association is joined by Matthew Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation and Kevin Shivers from the National Federation of Independent Business-PA for a Capitol Watch look at the events that resulted in the resignation of the state Department of Environmental Resources Secretary John Quigley
  • Lowman Henry has a Town Hall Commentary on the state budget process

This week on American Radio Journal:

  • Lowman Henry talks with Eileen Norcross from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University on their study Ranking the States by Fiscal Condition
  • Andy Roth of the Club for Growth has the Real Story on why conservatives are now focusing on congressional elections
  • Eric Boehm is joined by Nathan Benefield of the Commonwealth Foundation for a Watchdog Radio Report on how Pennsylvania is changing its liquor laws for the Democratic National Convention
  • Dr. Paul Kengor from the Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College has an American Radio Journal commentary on the last of seven brothers who served in World War II

Visit the program web sites for more information about air times. There, you can also stream live or listen to past programs!

http://www.lincolnradiojournal.com

http://www.americanradiojournal.com

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