What is the true state of the U.S. economy?
Are things getting better or worse? That’s the focus of Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily Radioactive show today.
Today’s guest is Craig Smith of Swiss America with analysis on the current economic picture in America.
You can listen to “Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive” live on more than 80 stations from coast to coast or listen on a live-stream signal on the Internet. The program is broadcast daily from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern. It also is available via the Sirius satellite radio network on the Sirius Patriot channel from 5 to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eastern.
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“If you really want the truth to get out, if you really want to spread the message of freedom from coast to coast, if you really want to change the political culture of America, there are innumerable ways to get involved and support the work that is already under way,” says Farah.