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Freedom of Religion for ALL or NONE!

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About Joe Messina

Joe is a no-nonsense, conservative realist. He is not interested in “what if?” or “we could have!” He is interested in hearing both sides and has no problem taking on taboo issues with real questions looking for real answers. Racism, religion, and politics are all open season for topics, and he’s happy to offer up his opinion in the process! Joe is an engaging speaker mixing a healthy dose of sarcasm with the cold, hard facts, interacting with the audience, taking questions, and often playing “devil’s advocate”… just to make you to think! Actively engaged in community, church, and politics for well over a decade, Joe enjoys the reputation of being a man of integrity and ethics. He has had several successful businesses and held several executive positions with various Fortune 1000 companies. He is often sought after to teach classes his “black and white breakdown” of business ethics. If you like to “stir the pot” a little and you don’t want to hear any more political correctness, Joe is your guy! Just name a topic… politics, religion, racism, or most any current event. Joe can be heard daily across the airwaves and over the internet on several stations.

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  1. Your’e right, Joe…as is par. “The forbidden fruit is always more enticing…or so it seems. While the word “NO” is sometimes necessary, when overused loses it’s effectiveness & actually stops being heard, much less, complied with. PARENTAL INTERVENTION with ‘cross education’ & comparisons can PREVENT undue influence. This not only arms your children with the power of knowledge, but TEACHES THEM TO THINK & REASON….Wow! what a concept!!!We teach them to ‘look, before crossing the street’ and not to stick their fingers into light sockets” because of the hurt & harm that comes from it…..Why not also teach them to avoid the emotional/mental & moral dangers that exist? Real CONVERSATION (not text messages) contributes more to their education than ‘field trips’…If you don’t talk TO (not at) your children, you are not living the role of a parent. Old fashioned, perhaps, but effective….& a hug helps as well.
    Thanks, Joe for your common sense approach to a growing problem.