Radio, Dec. 18: Principled & faith-based

Join us on radio every Sunday, 5-8pm on 710 KNUS, DenverTo listen online from anywhere, click ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Are Gov. Owens and President Bush on the right track with their new proposals regarding illegal aliens? What's to be done about the economic illiteracy that believes taxes grow the economy and price controls encourage abundance? How can Republicans hold the Bob Beauprez congressional seat in suburban Denver when Beauprez runs for governor next year? Why is the Salvation Army the most respected charity in America? What evidence do we have that the Christmas story is historically valid, not just folklore?

Join me this Sunday evening, 5-8pm, on 710 KNUS in Denver or, as we dig into those questions on "Backbone Radio with John Andrews." Call the show at 303-696-1971. Or email your questions and comments to me at

My guests will be immigration reform advocate Rosemary Jenks, economics professor Paul Prentice, congressional candidate Rick O'Donnell, Intermountain Salvation Army commander Ray Peacock, and Christian author Lee Strobel.

And of course we'll be talking about the Dec. 15 election in Iraq, a huge milestone for democracy and victory, just at the time when Democrats are talking retreat and defeat. See...

Join us for another great Sunday evening of fact, opinion, and insight. It's all yours on Backbone Radio, the most principled, most patriotic, most faith-based, most Colorado-proud spot on the dial.

Yours for self-government, JOHN ANDREWS --------------------------------------------------------------------------- WE WELCOME KATHLEEN LECRONE, the new staff assistant at Claremont Colorado, as my silent but important partner in putting together each radio show. And we thank her capable predecessor, Lori Brown, now with Senate Republicans.