Laura Ingraham In Greenville - Your Comments

A nationally syndicated radio talk show host was in Greenville for Friday's Talk Fest '09.

Laura Ingraham is heard on more than 350 radio stations in America and is considered one of the top conservative voices. Ingraham contributes often for the Fox network and appears weekly with Bill O'Reilly in a segment entitled "The Ingraham Angle."

The former speech writer for President Ronald Reagan was the headliner for Talk Fest '09, which took place inside the Greenville Convention Center Friday. Ingraham broadcast her national show live from Greenville.

Clark Howard also made an appearance in Greenville Friday. Howard was on WTIB's Talk Of The Town for two hours and also interacted with the live audience during commercial breaks.


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  • by Natham Location: Little Rock on Mar 16, 2009 at 01:29 PM
    I agree with Charlie in Greenville. We do not need the change that Obama if offering the American people.
  • by Jim Location: Topeka on Mar 16, 2009 at 06:22 AM
    The Palin would-be son in law is really a first class jerk, they're lucky to unload him.
  • by Tad Location: Jamesville on Mar 14, 2009 at 10:15 PM
    Bill, I'll spend twice as much with them to make up for you...twice. You probably don't spend much with them anyway. I never see any adds for hummus and bean sprouts, big dreadlock covering toboggans or solar panels.
  • by Anthony Location: La Grange on Mar 6, 2009 at 09:11 AM
    Laura Who? They should have tried to book Thom Hartmann, or Ed Schultz. We got enought Right Wing Nut Jobs out there.
  • by Bill Location: winterville on Mar 3, 2009 at 08:35 PM
    WITN TV is a right wing hack organization. I will never spend my hard earned money to support your sponsors.
  • by Charlie Location: Greenville on Mar 3, 2009 at 09:46 AM
    Go Laura! More people need to listen to what she and Rush and Hannity and Bortz and every other wise person who knows that Obama's tactics are running the U.S. into the ground have to say. What those who adamantly support Obama seem to be missing is that socialism doesn't work. Do some studying and see what shape other socialist countries are in. These talk show hosts all believe in capitalism because it works. The stock market goes down every time Obama puts another one of his wonderful plans into place because these people are showing him how much they disapprove of him and his decisions. A man came along and said the word "Change". He had no leadership experience but knew he could win people over with the word "Change". He never spelled out what change he would bring but he found 68 million people to buy into his word, and it was expanded to "change you can believe in". Well, Mr. Obama, I'll keep my money, my freedom, my 401K and hopefully, my job, and you can keep "the change."
  • by Andrew Location: Canada on Mar 3, 2009 at 08:49 AM
    Jerry said: <"All the literature of Jehovah's Witnesses is free. There are never any collections taken at any meeting of Jehovah's Witnesses. Religion is often a scam, but never with Jehovah's Witnesses. Our Kingdom Halls are not profit centers, but centers for Bible learning. We invite your readers to visit a Kingdom Hall and see if this isn't true, and leave your wallet home."> And? The same is true of every church I have ever attended. As far as a collection plate being passed, why is this relevant? Some churches pass a plate, some do not. Churches I have been in that pass a plate do so after giving instructions that contribution is ENTIRELY VOLUNTARY. Isn't it the same at the Kingdom Hall when I walk past the contribution box? Secondly, the only religion I have every known to encourage its members to name the religious organization as the beneficiary in WILLS and LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES is the Jehovah's Witnesses religion.
  • by Andrew Location: Canada on Mar 3, 2009 at 08:37 AM
    >>>"Jehovah's Witnesses do have a valid reason for not becoming involved in political affairs." Those reasons didn't keep the Watchtower religion from joining the United Nations as an NGO member, just like every other religion. http://www.randytv.com/secret/unitednations.htm http://www.geocities.com/thewatchtowerstudy/beast.htm
  • by Danny Haszard Location: USA on Mar 3, 2009 at 08:35 AM
    Jehovah's Witnesses SCAM The big difference between Jehovah's Witnesses and Christians is that the Watchtower Society's central core creed proclaims Jesus second coming in October 1914.They sometimes try to obscure this failed prophecy,and say that he came 'invisibly'.Yes,all other Christains are awaiting Jesus return,the JW say he ALREADY came back in 1914 and is only working through their Watchtower society. The Watchtower is a truly Orwellian world. -- Danny Haszard
  • by Jerry Location: Hephzibah, GA on Mar 3, 2009 at 08:02 AM
    The Apostle Paul said, "And so to the Jews I became as a Jew, that I might gain Jews; to those under law I became as under law, though I myself am not under law, that I might gain those under law. I have become all things to people of all sorts, that I might by all means save some." 1 Corinthiams 9:20-22. Paul tried to find a common ground. I have taught that in business courses as a basic way of doing business. All the literature of Jehovah's Witnesses is free. There are never any collections taken at any meeting of Jehovah's Witnesses. Religion is often a scam, but never with Jehovah's Witnesses. Our Kingdom Halls are not profit centers, but centers for Bible learning. We invite your readers to visit a Kingdom Hall and see if this isn't true, and leave your wallet home.
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