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Thursday, December 23, 2010


Hey guys!

I will be away for the next week. I hope you have a great holiday! I will not be updating the blog again until 2011. Thanks!


Tuesday, December 21, 2010

MOBILE UPDATE: : Hope you all had a good Tuesday! What do you guys think was the biggest story of the week so far?

Monday, December 20, 2010

Weather---Show Cancellation

Due to the weather I will be unable to broadcast the show tonight. This is our last show before the holiday break, so I would like to take a minute to say a few thank you's. First, I would like to thank all of you for supporting my show! You guys are the best! Next, I would like to thank all of our soldiers over seas a happy holidays, and thank them so much for fighting for our freedom overseas. Also, I would like to thank their families for being strong and raising these great men and women. Thank you all for the continued support of my show and I hope that you keep listening to Perspective!

Happy Holidays,

Chase Schaub

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Don't Ask. Don't Tell.

Don't Ask. Don't Tell. has been repealed by the U.S. Senate. What do you guys think? Feel free to comment!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010


The US Senate has passed the tax bill meaning that all the current tax rates will continue. Although I support the tax cuts, in the long run I don't think we will be able to keep these low tax rates for much longer. I think both parties goal right now should be to lower the national debt which continues to deepen everyday. If this debt gets any worse I don’t know how we will ever be able to recover from it. The debt is currently at $13,855,771,381,214.59 and keeps going up every second. With a debt of this size I think that we all need to get serious about fixing this issue. If you look at my previous post you will see all of the pork on the last bill. All these projects are ridiculous and to say the least unnecessary. With that said keep checking back here for more of these posts keep checking back in here. Thanks for reading!


Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Ridiculous Cost's

According to Senator John McCain:

Stand by for the top 10 pork barrel projects from the 1,924 page, $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill

  1. #1. $300,000 for the Polynesian Voyaging Society in Hawaii
  2. #3. $246,000 for bovine tuberculosis in Michigan and Minnesota
  3. #6. $400,000 for solar parking canopies and plug-in electric stations in Kansas
  4. #7. $349,000 – Swine waste management in North Carolina
  5. #8. $125,000 for fishery equipment for the Guam Fishermen’s Cooperative Association, Hagatna, Guam.
  6. #9. $413,000 – Peanut research in Alabama
  7. #10. $247,000 – Virus free wine grapes in Washington State

JUST IN- Wiki Leaks Cut

WikiLeaks has been cut of by the United States Air Force.


Still In Jail

WikiLeaks founder Assange is still in prison after being granted bail. Now I have not yet stated my opinion on this matter and would like to now and by this matter of course I mean WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks in my opinion is a terrorist organization that should be treated like any other terrorist organization. I think we need to fight WikiLeaks and by fight I don't mean the kind of fighting with weapons, but fight them with our technology. WikiLeaks has put many American lives on the line and is endangering our soldiers. With this said, I think the US Government needs to do more to stop WikiLeaks so that we can move on with our domestic agenda. Thanks for reading!




The senate will finally pass the tax cut package and will help working-class Americans. Although I am a little concerned about where the Democratic Party thinks they can get this money from for extending unemployment benefits.. I have had enough of them putting it on my credit card!

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Cold day today here in Boston. It's 26 degrees out now. In case you haven't noticed at the bottom of the web page we have the current weather from The Weather Channel. Thanks guys!



"Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, Virginia's attorney general, is quick to cite the legal basis for challenging President Obama's signature legislative achievement: Congress has no power to punish people who choose not to buy private health insurance, he says.
A federal judge on Monday agreed with him, ruling that parts of the health care reforms Mr. Obama championed violate the Constitution. Mr. Cuccinelli sued the federal government on behalf of Virginia."


New York Times

Monday, December 13, 2010

NO SHOW 12/13

Hi everybody, 

There will be no show tonight December 13, 2010. I hope to be back on next Monday! Keep checking here for my daily blog updates! 

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Upcoming Show

  • Bush tax cuts
  • Democrats angry with Obama
  • WikiLeaks
  • And more to come!
Wind is starting to hit the Boston Area hard. What's the weather like where you are? Comment and let us know.


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Welcome Back!

Hey guys!

I haven't used my blog here in a while and I hope to get back into it! So keep checking in here for more blog posts!