Radio, Jan. 21: The future is now

Join us on radio every Sunday, 5-8pm on 710 KNUS, Denverand now also on 1460 KZNT, Colorado Springs To listen online from anywhere, click ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Remember all the talk we heard last year on the campaign trail and in the new media, warning of the consequences if voters were to gamble on giving Democrats power? All the talk of "Wouldn't it be awful if...."

Well, hang on for the ride, because last year's unpleasant forecast has become this year's harsh reality. The left is in the driver's seat, and the future is now.

How bad will it get, here in Colorado where the other side holds all three branches, and back in Washington where Bush seems off balance against an opposition Congress? What should Republicans be doing better, now that the game is on? Who will rally our GOP troops?

We'll dig into those questions this Sunday on "Backbone Radio with John Andrews." Guests include:

** Conservative political warrior Dick Wadhams, coming off the Allen loss in VA to become Republican Party chairman here in CO...

** John Suthers, who won his race for Attorney General, and Mark Hillman, who narrowly lost for State Treasurer...

** State Sen. Josh Penry of Grand Junction, reporting on some legislative judo the minority is planning for campaign finance and the state budget...

** Plus our man in Hollywood, black conservative actor and commentator Joseph C. Phillips, looking back at Dr. King and ahead at Sen. Obama.

Backbone Radio is a lively finish for your weekend -- and a head start on next week's news. We are your window on the future for America after liberalism. Matt Dunn and Krista Kafer are my mike partners this Sunday. Here's my personal invitation for you to be part of the broadcast as well.

Yours for self-government, JOHN ANDREWS