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  • Brenda S Cochran

    04/21/2013 06:54 PM

    I don't always watch the show but I receive FB info. I just wanted to comment on the IRS situation. I worked seasonally for the IRS for 3 years & I saw a lot of employees getting paid for long lunches, going shopping on IRS time, etc & when I spoke up, nothing got done about it since the management were doing the same. I loved the challenge of the job but not proud that tax dollars money was being wasted. This news doesn't surprise me.

  • Tracy Smuts

    04/19/2013 05:44 PM

    I love your show. I watch you on Fox News all the time. God bless you for everything that you do for our country. I am glad that you didn't just disappear from public view after the 2008 election.

    And I know that you have a lot going on but I am desperate to help my 91-year-old uncle who is a WWII vet. Through some awful family circumstances he will be evicted from the home that he built with his own hands. And the saddest part is the eviction is to take place on the 70th Anniversary of The Battle of Attu - the one the he fought in where so many of his fellow soldiers died. He's a delightful man and still sharp as a tack. We even started a Facebook page for him to try and get public support for him. I understand if you won't promote our efforts to raise money for him but if you could just help either publicize his plight OR help us get help from Veterans Affairs we would be very, very grateful.

  • Gail Russ

    04/18/2013 05:46 PM

    I listen to you in Des Moines, Iowa on 98.3 FM. Love your show!

    Hey, therabreath coupons did not print when I tried. Make sure your sponsors follow through on their offers. Thanks, Mike!

  • A Dalley

    04/18/2013 02:30 PM

    Regarding the "cattle noise" in the background of the West, Texas news reports. The media vehicles are set up in the parking lot of the West Auction barn. When I drove by there this morning, the whole lot was full of news trucks, vans etc.

  • Nan Higgins

    04/18/2013 01:45 PM

    After the President's speech last night, my conclusion is that a person is beyond desperation when they use a tragic situation, (Newtown, Connecticut)to advance their cause. Those families who lost their precious children,should be given respect and opportunity to grieve as others. Instead they are thrown in the limelight and treated with cheap respect. It really is shocking to witness and I believe that this administration ought to be very ashamed at their extreme insensitivity toward parents in this very vulnerable time of their life.