Cindy Graves, North Florida radio host and president of the Florida Federation of Republican Women (among other things), will shine a light on the pending ObamaCare ruling and last week's Supreme Court ruling on the FCC indecency lawsuit. Graves will discuss these and other issues of the day on Monday’s edition of ‘Politics, Business and Mayhem!’
Graves recently moved to a daily show from a weekly show.
‘Politics, Business and Mayhem’ airs Monday-Friday from 12-1 p.m. on AM 600 WBOB radio. Graves is part of a lineup on the station that includes show hosts Laura Ingraham, Michael Medved, Mark Levin and other popular conservative voices.
I’ll do a call in at 12:30 to talk about the healthcare ruling implications, and Republican Party of Florida Chairman Lenny Curry will guest on the last part of the show starting at 12:45. Curry will offer an analysis of Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s policies lowered Florida's unemployment rate from 10.9 percent when Scott took office in 2011 to 8.6 percent, the lowest it’s been since December, 2008. The state’s unemployment rate was 8.7 percent when President Barack Obama took office.
Curry took issue with Obama taking credit for what Scott accomplished.
Graves is well-known in Republican circles as both a Republican State Committeewoman and head of one of the largest state GOP women’s groups in the nation. She’s a dedicated activist, and she and her fellow GOP women have helped elect many conservative Republicans.
During the show, I’ll also touch on the book I reviewed on Saturday, Presidential Perks Gone Royal: Your Taxes Are Being Used for Obama’s Re-election. Everyone should read that book.
Graves usually takes call-ins.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R) will be Graves’ guest on Thursday, June 28.
Watch for top Republicans to be part of the mix for Graves’ new show.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/June 24, 2012)