Jeff and Elizabeth B. December 24, 2013
Just a quick note to wish you, your family, and your staff a Merry Christmas! Elizabeth and I really appreciate your show. It is our two hours of "must hear" radio
every week.
Communication technology has changed over the decades but interesting, thought provoking, "common sense" programing which you provide is like a magnet for small business people like us. We are always working Sunday mornings. Our customers are primarily in Korea and Singapore so we are getting ready for the "day ahead” which starts at 7:00 Sunday evening. We really enjoy your ideas.
Dianne please keep doing what you are doing in the New Year. If you were about 400 miles further west in West Texas the saying would be "Dianne don't change a damn thing."
Have a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
Leonard H. November 24, 2013
As you know Bill the Obamacare mess was sold on the premise that taxpayers were getting stuck with paying for those without insurance, who were going to the EMERGENCY for their treatment.................................. I would love to see someone run the numbers on how many Emergency Room visits could have been paid for with the millions paid to the contractors for the botched roll out of the Obamacare web site. Hopefully you can investigate this. I love your show..... DON'T EVER STOP SPREADING " COMMON SENSE "
Mike G. November 24, 2013
Until 1:30 P.M. today I had never heard of you. The most interesting programs on AM radio are Saturday and Sunday. I found you on Tampa/St. Petersburg 820 AM radio this afternoon. I WILL look/listen for you every Sunday from now on. I can listen to your archives on your site. To use a late 1960's expression you are a unique cat whom I can really dig. Dianne. You express yourself like my homer neighbor in Dearborn, Michigan (suburb of Detroit) Carol. Carol is 76 years old now. I found Carol by accident 23 yeas ago. She remarried in 1973 and moved with her new husband to St. Petersburg, Fla. I lost my dear next door friend. She lives few miles from me in St. Petersburg. I see Carol 3-4 times per year. You and and Carol are alike. Very practical/pragmatic yet very easy to talk and listen to. I am so darn glad I found you Dianne. I will begin listening to your archives.
Rachel C. November 10, 2013
For the first time I heard you on radio today and you were talking about Ted Cruz!!!! I recently heard him at an event in D.C. and he wowd the place and it was the only speaker that the paid protesters were there acting up! They weren't there for the other HoHum speakers!! I'm for Ted Cruz and the straw poll had him as President and Dr. Ben Carson as VP.
I so enjoyed todays broadcast with you. Thanks.
Becky October 28, 2013
Love your show, recipes. Cannot wait for newsletter. Listening from Klamath falls, Oregon.
Alice October 6, 2013
I think your show is fantastic. How nice it is to turn on the radio and hear someone interesting who can discuss politics with great insite, and then in the next five minutes, give out a great recipe. So delighted that the radio station has you on so that we the listener's finally have someone so diverse to enjoy .
Jim M. September 14, 2013
Love your shows. I agree with your philosophy on life, politics and kids. Sign me up for your recipe news letter. We have been searching for quick and easy recipesusing Kirkland canned roast beef. Do you know any? How about any quick beef stroganoff recipes? Thanks
Gregory J. September 1, 2013
Love Your Show!
Chris G. August 12, 2013
I caught your show Saturday afternoon on WDRC in CT. Wow, what a breath of fresh air! I hope you continue to broadcast your show on this station. Best wishes.
Rhonda August 10, 2013
You do so many things well and the world needs more people like you and your family. However... about your bumper music... it's sooo bad! What do you do? Look the whole world over to find the ugliest music and/or singers you can possibly find? Sorry to say that's what it sounds like. How about something from the 50s? Or definitely not after the late 60s. Or maybe some classical music? As I'm sure you know there is both slow and peppy classical music. So there's plenty to choose from. I know you can do better than that. Nails on a chalkboard would be better. Love and stuff.
Betty W. August 4, 2013
Heard your program for the first time today. Thank you for the courage to stand up to political correct words, and ideas. I wholeheartedly agree with you on the demise of taking responsibility for OURSELVES as a requirement for life. I am 70. I lived at the poverty level all my life. I was married 7 years, 4 children later, HE decided he married too young, had too much responsibility too young, couldn't 'live it up' now, and left. I was thrown on welfare... in those days, it wasn't even poverty income, house payment, food stamps, scrimped to make meals, had a garden for fresh food, canned, froze, and if not for that we would have just about starved. NO programs available to retrain, as computers arrived, I had to go back to school. I finally got off, only to lose medical for kids, I now am semi-retired, still needing to work as my retirement check, social security does not pay all the bills. Time the rest of the younger population gets a good dose of reality and when their freebies are gone, they will be mental messes! My kids learned the meaning of work, are productive adults with families. They also are fed up with the current status of this country. Keep up your good work!
BeeCee August 4, 2013
I liked your comments about being an AMERICAN!
Eileen P. July 15, 2013
I do change the station as soon as you start talking nonsense. You wouldn't know the truth if it bit you in the butt. You do have some good food stuff but that's all your worth.

Reply from Dianne:
I never talk about booze! It's my soap box! Turn me off if you if you can't handle the truth!!

Eileen P. July 14, 2013
I am definitely not a liberal. In fact, I despise King Obama and everything he stands for. However, you really piss me off when you get on your soapbox about abortion. Stick to recipes and booze info. That's what you do best.
Jordana W. July 5, 2013
Looking forward to your newsletter. I love your show and am learning so much!
Edward J. June 30, 2013
I love your show!
Marita June 18, 2013
heard you for the first time on our local station krms 1150 out of osage beach, mo, and liked what I heard.
Jean F. June 16, 2013
I look forward to hearing your show every Sunday. You give voice to conservative values that I believe in, too. Thank you!
Frank B. June 12, 2013
i just want you to know i think the same way about our government. the president is a liar and they all cover up for one another. what a shame about the cover ups. im 49. i found out about you when i was in prison. i heard you on the radio. i had relapsed on booze and drugs. i thank God i went to prison for i could have died on the streets. i'm in a christian discipleship program. i just want to thank you for speaking the truth. God bless you and your family.
Dan G. May 11, 2013
Just discovered you on a local talk show station WNWS 101.5 in Jackson TN. I'm a big Limbaugh, Hannity fan, conservative listener. You're quite different from other talk show hosts, meaning you're not afraid to say what needs to be said. The comment you made on your show on the 11th of May about Obama getting special treatment, and no one questioning him because he's black– I have only one thing to say about that... THANK YOU!... It's about time! I'm old enough to remember praying in school. What's the USA coming to?? Keep up the good work. I'll be listening from now on when I can catch you, or your archives. Thanks
Carol W. April 7, 2013
Love your radio show, and to hear your commitment and dedication to what you
know works. Thanks for what you do.
I work in the medical field. I'm 61years old, single, I just get by and,  i do support myself.  My question is, is  it to late to begin a new career at my age, and be my own boss. Would you tell me where I should start.  I support myself, so, I don't have extra monies to invest, I've always been hard working and dependable, and don't want the government to take care of me.  I feel I have lots of years left and ahead of me.      
I love to cook and garden. Any advice would be most grateful. Thanks.

Reply from Dianne:
You are 61 years young!  It is never too late to start a business. Always start small, something you love to make or do, if you love cooking start baking. Gluten free is huge now, make gluten free cookies etc, sell them at farmers markets etc. A friend of mine has a really great business, she cooks for 20 people that have full time jobs.  She delivers their food to their door in a cooler, I think she makes dinner only, but they come home to a hot homemade meal, and she does this, five days a week, she brings in about $4000. a month. There are so many ideas out there, if you are in the
medical field, think of something you can do in your own business, so that you can make as much money as you want. Be fearless and wise. Never quit your job until your business can support you.