Jamie Kelso, Jan. 28, 2010

January 28, 2010

Jamie compares two revolutions. The first is the successful Dec. 21, 1989 revolution of the Romanian people against the total dictatorship of Nicolae and Ellena Ceaucescu. In just four days, Ceaucescu went from being in total control of Romania, to being executed by a firing squad on Christmas Day. Are we in a revolution in America now? Kelso thinks we are. And he sees the End the Fed, Tea Party, and Ron Paul rallies as a clear sign of it. The key sign of revolution that Jamie is looking for in today’s show is the size and emotion of the populist crowds spontaneously appearing in the streets.

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2 Responses to “Jamie Kelso, Jan. 28, 2010”

  1. Mark Faust on January 29th, 2010 6:45 pm

    I am a tough critic and I must say I REALLY like these shows. So much news and views that you do not here in other white minded radio shows. Jamie your personal take on all of these topics and news is eloquent and very straight forward. I listen to the Jamie Kelso Show podcast every day now. Two thumbs up!

  2. Frank on February 3rd, 2010 8:37 pm

    I love your Howard Cohen “Cosell” immitation. What is funny about Cosell is the fact that his career ended when he called Redskins footballer Art Monk a “LITTLE MONKEY”. Monk was colored. Cosell did this on national T.V. during a Monday Night Football game on ABC.