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  • Heritage Radio: Earthquake, Libya, and More

    In last week’s Heritage Libertad Radio program, we covered topics ranging from Libya and the earthquake, to Heritage member questions. For the Spanish segment, click here. For the English segment, click here.

    You’ll hear Heritage’s position on Libya moving forward and hear answers to questions such as: is the War Powers Act unconstitutional? How much are we spending on defense? Is there a Social Security Trust Fund, and where does that money go?

    The Spanish segment also includes an interview with Fidelia Friedman, vice president of Pocono Republican Hispanic Association. She discusses her organization and how she engages Hispanic voters from the right. Make sure to listen!

    Our next show will be Sunday, September 4 at 12 PM ET. Tune in here.

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