wave of technology that has carried recent generations from communication
through telephone and letters to communication through electronic
mail, fax machines, cellular phones and radio has swept The Welch
Report into its tide.
We are pleased
to report that, due to overwhelming support from many people,
the Welch Report’s goal of producing and broadcasting a radio
program has been fulfilled.
The one and
a half hour show features regular segments which review current
news articles, second amendment issues, nutritional health and
freedom and other information pertinent to the education of our
nation’s citizens on social, moral and political issues. Experts
in many areas frequent the show as guests.
to the program has been enthusiastic so far. The station’s phone
lines ring continuously during the show as listeners call with
comments and questions. Our associate producer, Bob Pegram, screens
of “The Welch Report” each week is an interview with an informative
guest, such as Chuck Carlson, president of “We Hold These Truths.”
have included Mr. Glenn Spencer, president of the immigration
group “Voices of Citizens Together;” Dr. Stanley Montieth, noted
author and radio-show host; Larry Pratt of Gunowners of America;
Sheriff McDougall of Lee County;Cliff Kincaid, Christopher Ruddy,
Berit Kjos, General Benton Partin, Harry Wu, Dr. Michael Coffman,
Col. David Hackworth, Col. Bigler, John Chalfant, James L. Hirsen
Phd. and Mr. G. Edward Griffin, one of the premier Americanists
of our day and friends of the late Robert Welch.
Due to an
increasing demand for the show, The Welch Report has begun to
look into other means of broadcasting - namely new media. This
will allow us to be heard over the internet. We are in the process
of researching the best technology to allow us to do this.
has been so rapid that we are stretching our financial reserves
to the limit. Through advertising and tax deductible donations,
we plan to raise enough to meet the additional costs of expansion.
We are excited
to take advantage of communication technology in order to broadcast
the Welch message to a potential audience of millions, most of
whom might never take the time to read books or magazines.
you to support this worthy effort, which so effectively complements
the vital work of other national organizations, through tax-deductible