Voice of the Nation Welcomes Heather Sandstrom!

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On Thursday–Voice of the Nation welcomes Heather Sandstrom to the show!  Heather serves on the Board of Directors for United Families International and is a former TV newscaster, reporter and talk show host.  She has 5 children and previously hosted an internet radio talk show on parenting until she had brain surgery 9 months ago.  She is doing much better, and we are excited to have her join with us in protecting and preserving, life, marriage, family, and freedom.

Guest Carol Soelberg– Our guest this week is Carol Soelberg, President of United Families International.  Carol just returned from attending the World Congress of Families.  Come listen to her report on what went on there, and how we can help in preserving marriage and families.  The strength of our nation lies in the strength of its homes and families.

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2 Comments

  1. C. Samuels said,

    September 21, 2009 at 2:11 pm

    I am an American who has lived in Canada for the past twenty years, where I and my children have received excellent health care. I have just watched Sandstrom’s ridiculous video about Canadian health care, filled with gross exaggerations and disinformation. Sandstrom should be ashamed of herself. We Canadians feel sorry for Americans, for they live in the Dark Ages, where uninsured people go in hock for health care, have to be taken in as charity cases to get care, or decide not to get treatment and tests because it is too expensive. I got timely and state-of-the-art treatment for breast cancer in Canada about seven years ago, and now I am fit and healthy. Total cost of my treatment? $0.

    We have excellent researchers and brilliant doctors, many of whom make innovative scientific discoveries that American doctors learn from. Yes, there are some waiting lists for non-emergency procedures. There is a shortage of family doctors (because of the higher salaries in the US, we lose a lot of doctors who go south), but anyone can go to a walk-in clinic and ask for a full physical and get referred to a specialist if necessary. The physical is free, and the specialists are all free. You just give them your Medicare card. It’s all covered!

    Why are Americans so paranoid about catching up to Canada, Germany, England, France, and all of Scandinavia? The US is the last country in the civilized world to understand that universal health care is a RIGHT, not a privilege! For an excellent article on the subject–rather than listening to Sandstom’s inaccurate rantings and ravings–read the Bloomberg report entitled: “Canadian Health Care, Even with Queues, Bests US.” Here is the link:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601082&ampid=a_zs1Y1FspIM

    Now go and vote for what you are entitled to!

  2. beetlebabee said,

    September 21, 2009 at 4:18 pm

    You don’t have a right to anyone else’s money, and that’s who pays for universal healthcare and socialized medicine. Free markets aren’t perfect, but they’re a lot better than socialism. There are many other fixes to the healthcare system that don’t involve socialism. We don’t have to sell our freedom to do it.


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