The Eve Before the 4th

By | July 3, 2017

July 4th is the day we traditionally celebrate the Independence our forefathers designed for us as they established the Declaration of Independence 241 years ago.  However, for many of us today, the concept of Independence is not as idealistic as it once was and in fact, we have become cynical of what it truly means to be free to choose to have a voice and believe in what feels right for ourselves and our family without harm to our neighbors.  On July 4, 1776, without computers and the internet and twitter, our forefathers communicated with the American people.  Through dialogue they drafted this declaration that was to lead forward, it was the first step of many with amendments to adapt to change.  However, it is in my opinion, that rumbling we are feeling under our feet and in the skies this holiday weekend is our forefathers roll over in their graves.  They are trying to get our attention just as we are here at  It is time to bring you, our listeners what you want to hear, and allow you to share your voice in return.  Together we must come together and collaborate and become a powerful union.  We must accept our differences to build upon and mature not allowing our differences to destroy us.  Independence allows us the opportunity to explore the best in ourselves that will bring out the best in each other.

Join us in celebrating a “Positive Attitude.”