Obama is a Man of the Left

This weekend, Glen talks about the leftist agenda wrapped up in President Obama’s second inaugural address, the ruling by the Federal Appeals Court that declared Obama’s “recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board unconstitutional and an abuse of power, and  Hillary Clinton’s Congressional Benghazi testimony.

Dr. Paul Kengor, Executive Director of The Center for Vision and Values, joins Glen with thoughts on what Obama’s re election means for Conservatives and our agenda.

Gregg Daily, Vice President of defined benefit and municipal assets at Fragasso Financial, joins Glen with recommendations on how parents and grand parents should save for their children and grand children’s education.

Glen Meakem is a successful technology entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and conservative talk radio show host, who offers information and insights on how individuals, our states, and our nation can be more successful. Glen’s unique perspective has been shaped by his experiences as founder, chairman and CEO of the B2B internet success Freemarkets Inc – which he founded in 1995, took public in 1999, and sold to Ariba in 2004. In 2006, Glen co-founded Meakem Becker Venture Capital, a firm that invests in early stage start up companies. Concerned about the liberal political agenda that has gripped the United States and his home state of Pennsylvania, Glen launched the radio program, “Glen Meakem on the Weekend” in 2008. Glen served as an officer in the United States Army Reserve and is a veteran of the First Gulf War. He earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard and his MBA from Harvard Business School. For more information about the Glen Meakem on the Weekend Radio Program, or to read Glen’s blog, please visit http://glenmeakem.com.

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2 Responses to “Obama is a Man of the Left”

  • Frank J. Parnell says:

    GOP Logic just heard on your show: It is cold today where I live, therefore Global Warming is a Conspiracy!

    And you want us to take you seriously on economics & foreign policy? Haha.

  • Frank J. Parnell says:

    Paul Kengor says Obama’s speech would have been wonderful coming from the mouth of Ronald Reagan, but not from Obama?

    And he objects to this line in the inaugural address: “preserving our individual freedoms ultimately requires collective action?”

    Does “World War 2″ ring a bell?

    The problem with the ideological right (just read the titles of Kengor’s books) is that they’re stuck in a 30-year time warp, where words like “progress” and “collective” generate a Pavlovian response, making them alternately cower in fear of invisible Communists, and salivate uncontrollably at the thought of the demagoguery that will lift them into power once again.

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