The Closing Argument with Paul Smith
The Closing Argument with Paul Smith is a weekly, hour-long national radio show that reports and comments on recent news events, court cases, and political developments. The show reaches millions of Americans on AM/FM radio, including audiences in top U.S. radio markets.
Listeners enjoy Paul’s down-to-earth soundness in discussing events, people, court cases, legislation, and historical background that affect our Constitution, our economy, our environment, and our families.
Paul has the knack for asking the questions and making the points that lead to a deeper understanding of major events and developments. Paul brings to the microphone 40 years of experience as a trial attorney, author, and speaker. Paul challenges some politically correct views that vie for dominance. Paul is a conservative, but he is beholden to no one for his views, and he is not cowered into avoiding tough issues. This program is dedicated to the proposition that the liberties we enjoy in American can be maintained only when its citizens are informed participants in the democratic processes.
Paul is easy to listen to—the soundness of his reasoning, the pleasantness of his sense of humor, the power of his questions, the unique perspectives that he offers, and the energy of his presentation—all of this combines the make Paul’s discussion informative, interesting, and enjoyable. Listeners find Paul’s discussion to be an enjoyable and informative supplement to their information-acquisition habits. The Closing Argument helps you to be fully informed on the day’s important issues.
Paul Smith is a Maryland attorney, author, and former elected official. He has hosted a local radio program for three years. He started The Closing Argument earlier this year, and he is now taking it to a national level. In the 40-plus years since he opened his law practice in 1978, Paul has represented over 2,000 clients in a broad range of legal matters, including family law, bankruptcies, real estate, civil litigation, business matters, wills and estates, probate matters, and criminal and juvenile matters. Paul has written about constitutional, political, and religious issues for many years. Some of his books include the following: The Climate Change Hoax Argument (2021); The Capitalism Argument (2019); The Fetal Right to Life Argument (2020); and The State of the Constitution (2017).
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