Monthly Archives: June 2015

ON AIR with Host Mike Miller of WIMA 1150

The Foundations Weekly On-Point Series continues with Host Mike Miller of 1150 WIMA in Lima, Ohio and Policy Analyst, Curtis Greco. This week features “King v. Burwell: Why the Supreme Court decision will not settle the Health Care Debate.”  This vignette appears throughout the week during Michael’s 6-9 a.m. (ET) Show. Ohio’s In-Tune & In-Touch Host, catch him Live in-market or online at

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Masquerading as a Solution!

There’s an opportunity in Charleston. An opportunity for something profoundly good to rise out of a deeply troubling event. The prospects of  an outcome, that although will never restore life to those who’ve been taken, it will nonetheless give them each a lasting purpose that few who live out the entirety of their allotted time rarely, if ever, achieve.

It is for this reason I am not yet prepared to drop the topic, not yet anyway, and so I must ask you a few questions: Does the removal of the Confederate Battle Flag eliminate the well-spring from which race-pandering draws its fuel? At what point does the line in the sand, between reason and hyperbole, become an observed boundary?  Do you really, does anyone REALY believe it’s about a Flag? No, intuitively, you know better!

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ON AIR with Host Joe Galuski of WYSR 106.9

Joe Galuski of 106.9WYSR, Syracuse, NY anchors a top morning show and we’re always delighted to share-the-air with him. Curtis Greco will go On Point with Joe this morning at 8:30 a.m. (EST) covering a few of the Day’s HOT TOPICS so be sure and Tune-In! Catch the show in-market or streaming “Live” online at

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Not About a Flag

Actions speak in ways words fail and when, in the case where there is no prohibition of moral conscience, the outcome is rarely considerate of consequence. The horrific actions in Charleston are no more an extension of Slavery than were the events in Baltimore, Nigeria or Ferguson; they are the result of a culture that no longer places value on the divinity of human life.

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Elitist Defining Access to Elected Office

The recent addition of Donald Trump to the rank and file of the GOP hopefuls has elicited an interest response the most interesting being those in the media who are appearing more elitist than one should expect or perhaps even be willing to tolerate.

Whether or not one likes Trump (or not) is not the issue however, it occurs to me that when his capacity/qualifications are dismissed based on whether or not he’s fit – the operative qualifier being that he’s never held an elected public office – then does it not give cause to wonder that if the present state of governance (in the country) is a direct reflection of those holding elected public office. Perhaps isn’t it the case that the existing standard is a well below-the-bar prerequisite.

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