- - Monday, June 30, 2014

Welcome to this week’s Rusty Humphries Rebellion.

With Fourth of July upon us, I thought I would do something different for your briefing this week. I’ll be off on an incredible Alaskan cruise and you’ll be spending time with family and friends.

When you have a few minuets, check out my new series, titled “Icons and Inspirations.” Soon, I will be traveling the globe interviewing iconic people who have inspiring stories to tell.

We will start off with the legendary Pat Boone.

Pat has sold more than 45 million albums, had 38 Top 40 hits and appeared in more than 12 Hollywood movies. That said, he loves the USA and travels the country talking to people about getting involved and how to make a difference.  He has spent a lot of his own money and star power on trying to do the right things for our nation and her people.

In this interview from his office in Beverly Hills, Pat talks about his music, his struggles and what we need to do as citizens to save this republic before it’s too late.

Pat Boone is a kind, fun and very interesting guy. So, on this most patriotic of weeks, spend a quick 10 minutes with me and one of our most patriotic of Americans — PAT BOONE — on this edition of The Rusty Humphries Rebellion.

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