Post Coast to Coast Show

Thank you everyone who took the time to listen to the Coast to Coast AM show and for sharing your views here.

I am happy to provide a forum for a lively discussion about the state of our country.

However, I feel some of the name calling and personal attacks (against each other) are unprofessional. So am now closing the comments section for now on certain posts.

Please feel free to contact me on twitter, facebook or send me an email.

Larry Kelley

P.S. I reserve the right to delete any comments I feel are just attacking other individuals unnecessarily.

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:12-08:00 January 14th, 2013|blogroll|12 Comments

About the Author:

Larry Kelley’s life was utterly changed by 9/11. On the day after the attacks, on his way to work, he was struck by the sudden realization that World War III had commenced. Like most Americans he desperately wanted to find out who were these people who attacked us, what could ordinary citizens do to join the battle and how can those plotting to kill us in future attacks be defeated. Mr. Kelley has written scores of columns on the dangers of western complacency.


  1. V January 14, 2013 at 4:27 pm

    Thanks, Larry. Enjoyed hearing you on Coast-to-Coast. Had not heard of you before and don’t always listen, so it was a treat. Excellent presentation. One show I actually stayed awake through, ;)

    • BryanEddy January 14, 2013 at 5:07 pm

      Yes It Was an amazing show.Really enjoyed it and was rapt.Now I’m looking for those amazing adages John was reading .THEY made so much sense,in a time that makes none.I will try and share them.

      • Larry Kelley February 8, 2013 at 4:38 pm

        Bryan, thanks for writing. If you go to the site, click on the author facebook page and like it, you will get updates from me and we can stay in touch.

        All the best,


    • Larry Kelley February 8, 2013 at 4:33 pm

      V, sorry its been so long in my thanking you for your kind response. If you go to my website, and click on the facebook link and like the author Facebook page, you will get notices when I post new pieces. All the best to you and your family

  2. Sue January 14, 2013 at 11:49 pm

    I wish i could listen to you everyday! Wonderful ! My life changed as well on 9/11 and I look forward to reading your book and passing on your information.
    Best regards and God bless you

  3. Cris Coleman January 15, 2013 at 6:38 am

    Larry, I enjoyed your appearance on Coast to Coast AM. I’m wondering if it were possible to list the 10 items you mentioned on my blog site, with a link to your site and your book (the latter under a photo of your book, if I can figure out how to do that). An announcement and summary will also go to my twitter feed. I feel the message is important and I’d like to do my paltry part in getting it out, if you’ve a mind to allow me to. As I was driving at the time, I wasn’t able to write down those 10 items. In any event, thanks for what you are doing.

    • Kelley Commentator January 15, 2013 at 11:24 am

      Thank you very much and I am glad you enjoyed it. I would be honored if you would share information about my book with your contacts. Here is a blog post with the basic information on my immutable laws:

  4. Dave Bush January 15, 2013 at 10:18 pm

    Larry, Have not stopped thinking about everything you talked about on the Coast To Coast show the other night. It has always been said that knowledge is power, thank you for writing this book which allows others to gain the insights in which you so painstakingly researched and have laid out in your book Lessons From Fallen Civilizations.
    I’d hope you get the opportunity to be a guest on Coast To Coast again, it made for a great show!

  5. John Burkewood January 18, 2013 at 7:18 am

    Hi Larry; Loved you on Coast to Coast your theories and facts were well presented!!!! Useless trivia: the roman legions were pulled out of England in 410 C.E. As a Canadian, I can’t help but see America as a concept die. The slow strangulaton began with the Patriot Act and continues with Federal “muscle” tramping on states’ and peoples’ rights in the name of “national security”. Remember Ben Franklin! America as a nation is also bleeding dry with debt and military expences. How long before the Chinese et al foreclose and The U.S. truly ceases to exist?

    • rockribbedrushy January 21, 2013 at 2:01 am

      America is bleeding dry because of elective spending and not Constitutional spending. Defense is an enumerated power and responsibility of the Government as controlled by Congress.
      The defense budget is only 20% or so of the federal budget. Nothing is ever said, except by conservatives, about the other 80%. Matter of fact that 80% is considered more important than defense even by so-called conservatives who are, in reality, libertarians.
      Witness Ron Paul standing next to Barney Frank and 56 other progressive “democrats” in proposing nearly 75% cutbacks in defense, but leaving the 80% untouched.
      We take in 7 billion or so on any given day, which is mora than enough to cover the interest on the debt, interest to bondholders, social security, veterans benefits, military payroll and other necessary expenditures.
      That is estimated to be 4 to 5 billion or so. The balance is nearly all elective spending, that is, we CHOOSE to spend money that we don’t have or that we don’t need to spend. The Conservatives in Congress, the House mostly, need to stand up to Obama and tell him NO Unnecessary Spending! They need to tell him that when we get to 7 Billion, we stop spending!
      Put it off, put it out or simply ignore it!
      There is so much we don’t have to spend, it would be easy to do.
      We are not going to default anytime soon.
      As long as we can pay the interest on the debt we can start from there.

  6. Troy Guidry January 23, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    Great interview on Coast to Coast!!!

  7. Lee Martinez January 25, 2013 at 4:33 am

    The material and the way you presented it was captivating and informative. I enjoy Coast to Coast and comparatively speaking you are one of the better guests I have had the pleasure of listening to. I value your information and have since used it in some of my conversations because what you said is spot on. The message is logical showing the past and how we are repeating it instead of learning from it. To be frank, I have never posted anything on the internet but you struck a cord and I felt compelled. Good Stuff, Larry.

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