“The next evolution beyond talk radio”
When it comes to broadcasting pioneers, local personality Greg Perglis shines.
He made broadcasting history by creating “Action Radio” in 2014.
“‘Action Radio’ is the next evolution beyond talk radio,” he said. “It is a fully interactive and interconnected system of listeners, expert guests, research, social media, callers, a website for drafting invoices, submitting invoices to legislators, lobbying our bills and talking about it all on the show.
“I created ‘Action Radio’,” added Perglis. “My supporters and I are the world’s premier ‘citizens’ law’ organization in America. We are not just talking about problems, we are proposing viable legislative solutions.
Perglis started his local career with WEBY. Concerned about the direction in which he saw the nation heading, he decided to host what he called the very first “action radio” show and invite his listeners to join him on the air. and drafting what he called “congressional ready legislation”.
It all started on July 4 when Perglis read the Declaration of Independence on the air. What he did next took talk radio to a new level.
“The next day, I invited my audience to work with me to draft a bill,” Perglis said. “This particular bill required that only U.S. citizens be counted in the 2020 census.
“We drafted the bill on air, posted it on the public website for comment, and then sent it to Matt Gaetz,” he added. “A few days later, Gaetz responded, gave his approval and submitted our bill to Congress.”
Since then, Perglis has launched its own action radio site and submitted several bills. Examples include a bill requiring full liability of vaccine manufacturers, another allowing the President and Congress, in addition to the FDA, to issue authorizations for emergency use of medical procedures under a declaration. emergency, and another amending section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. end Big Tech censorship.
“Nothing prevents individuals from proposing legislation to their elected officials,” he said. “Since ‘we the people’ are not subject to sponsors or big donors, we have the freedom to come up with laws that reflect what we want. So many people are feeling helpless right now, and I want them to know that there is something they can do.
The Perglis show has been heard in more than 70 countries. It’s accessible live online at BlogTalkRadio.com/citizenaction from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on weekdays, with podcasts available anytime.
The Citizen Bills Drafting website is available at www.WriteYourLaws.com.