The fusion of politics and civility

Dear Friends,

Despite all the woes of the world, there’s so much to be thankful for. Near the top of my long list are the local business owners who make the Fallon Forum possible.

Our tag line is “the fusion of politics and civility,” and the Fallon Forum is one of the few talk shows not spouting radical-right rhetoric. We’re not in the pocket of wealthy special interests, and our business supporters are all locally owned. We cover important issues with excellent guests unlikely to appear on Rush Limbaugh’s show anytime in the next millennium (see below for today’s line-up).

So, I have a favor to ask: Write and tell me which one (or more) of these locally-owned backers of the Fallon Forum you’ll patronize during the next month. And if you’ve got a business you’d like to promote on our network, let’s talk.

Gateway Market and Cafe
HoQ Restaurant
Ritual Cafe
Cinco de Mayo
Diversity Insurance
Green Light Renewable
Dan Kelley, Realtor
Sargents Garage
Earth Made Clean

On today’s Fallon Forum, we’re joined by State Representative Ako Abdul Samad and Desmund Adams to discuss racial profiling. We also analyze the growing anti-Muslim sentiment in America.

Dr. Charles Goldman and I talk about the scariest movie out at the moment. No, it’s not Star Wars. It’s the recent Republican Presidential Candidate Debate in Las Vegas, where the prevailing theme was, “Be afraid; be very afraid.” We also ask whether the DNC is trying to make absolutely sure that Hillary Clinton wins the nomination with not-so-subtle tactics such as scheduling the most recent debate for Saturday night before Christmas.

Hear the Fallon Forum live 11:00-12:00 noon CST on KDLF 1260 AM (Des Moines) and online. Call (515) 528-8122 to add your voice to the conversation. The program re-broadcasts Wednesday on KHOI 89.1 FM (Ames) at 4:00 p.m. and Monday at 6:00 a.m. on WHIV 102.3 FM (New Orleans).

Thanks! – Ed Fallon

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