By Ed Schultz
The center type, the place the greatness of this state is rooted, is below siege by means of an more and more unethical process, controlled via monetary vampires who're sucking the lifeblood out of the yank kinfolk and ripping the center out of democracy itself. monstrous money�and the politicians who're swayed by means of it�play either events opposed to one another, utilizing this fake conflict to distract so much folks from the true conflict, that's a struggle opposed to the yank family.
This is it, parents . . . the instant of fact. it will be the instant historians will glance again upon and both say it was once the instant this nice send of kingdom corrected its direction, or the instant it sailed thoroughly clear of its democratic ideals.
To be triumphant, we need to succeed in again and rediscover our greatness. growth won't come as quick as we, in our impatience and impertinence, call for. but when we're sufferer and chronic, it is going to come.
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Otherwise, it’s easy to paint with a broad brush. And I take my shows on the road to address the issues from the places impacted by them. I broadcast from Cuba during a trade mission. When the western Dakotas were in the midst of drought, we went on the road with truckloads of food and reported the sad fact that the proud farmers and ranchers could not afford to feed themselves. After Hurricane Katrina, The Ed Schultz Show went to New Orleans and helped relocate a couple of families to North Dakota to get back on their feet again.
I travel more than any talk-show host out there because I want to see for myself the way things are. Otherwise, it’s easy to paint with a broad brush. And I take my shows on the road to address the issues from the places impacted by them. I broadcast from Cuba during a trade mission. When the western Dakotas were in the midst of drought, we went on the road with truckloads of food and reported the sad fact that the proud farmers and ranchers could not afford to feed themselves. After Hurricane Katrina, The Ed Schultz Show went to New Orleans and helped relocate a couple of families to North Dakota to get back on their feet again.
It started out as just something to do on a slow Friday, but it has grown into something I am quite proud of. We have helped businesses grow. By the end of the first year of the national show, we had seventy stations. It was an incredible accomplishment for Team Fargo. But we were out of money. So I took out $600,000 in loans to keep the dream alive. Skin in the game, they call it. By 2006, we had one hundred stations, and we were beginning to have an effect on the national discourse. You could feel the change in the air.
Killer Politics by Ed Schultz