Thursday, May 26, 2011

Breaking it Down with DT Recap 5/26/2011

Tonight's episode featured Ken Klukowski. Ken is a lawyer, constitutional scholar and co-author of the new book Resurgent: How Constitutional Conservatism Can Save America. Ken described in detail several of the major points in his book, describing the three legged stool that Reagan described as fiscal conservatives, social conservatives and religious conservatives. Listen in to the show here and you can buy Resurgent here or at your local bookstore! This is a handbook on how to be a constitutional conservative that no one should miss!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Breaking it Down with DT Recap

The last two weeks shows have been fantastic! Our guests were dynamic and well informed about their issues and provided excellent information for our listeners.

On May 12th we featured Florida State Representative Matt Gaetz from Fort Walton Beach, Florida representing House District 4. Mr. Gaetz discussed several bills he sponsored in Florida and the overall direction of the state. As a member of the Millenial Generation Mr. Gaetz discussed how he got elected at such an early age as well as ways to reach the younger generation. This show can be heard at

On May 19th we featured Jonathan Williams, the Tax & Fiscal Policy Task Force Director for the American Legislative Exchange Council. Mr. Williams discussed ALEC's principles of taxation as well as their resolution in favor of a federal flat tax. Mr. Williams also discussed the amicus curiae brief written by ALEC to the 11 Circuit Court of Appeals regarding ObamaCare. Mr. Williams clearly laid our reasons for a flat tax and cleared up many misconceptions listeners might have about the flat tax as well as explained the major reasons why ALEC believes ObamaCare is not only unnecessary but unconstitutional. The archive of this show can be found at

These were fantastic shows and shouldn't be missed!

Friday, May 6, 2011

Breaking It Down With DT Episode Recap

Tonight on our radio show, Breaking It Down With DT, we had special guest Rand Simberg, an adjunct scholar at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and a 30 year aerospace veteran. To read Mr. Simberg's views on space go to his blog at He is also a a member of the Competitive Space Task Force a non-profit public policy organization.

Make sure to read his essay A Space Program For The Rest Of Us.

Mr. Simberg enlightened us on the role of the private sector in the future of space and stands firmly on the principles that freedom and free enterprise go hand in hand with the future of space, a frontier that should be opened up to all humanity. It was one of the more informative and educational episodes we've had and we're very thankful for the time we had to learn about space from his point of view.

Check out the replay here. It's a must hear!