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Our final AllStar Replay show on FairTax Time Radio will air at 9PM Eastern, 6PM Pacific and feature Steve Isaacson, who - at the time - was planning to be a candidate for US House in Arkansas’ 3rd District. He has officially declared himself a candidate for the 2016 election, and is committed to cosponsoring the FairTax when elected.
His concern with issues facing veterans is grounded in his own experience there and thus, is sincere. The man also has a sense of humor that makes him delightful to talk to. Mr. Isaacson has read HR25, THE Fair Tax bill, and heartily supports it.
This show was a bit topsy-turvy because some other planned guests were late and because we had intended to do an audio link to a conference call that turned out to be postponed. But we think on our feet, and all’s well that ends well! It was one of the top 8 shows of the last 2 years.
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