As some of you may know, I co-host a radio talk show called “Financial Survival” that airs five days a week from 3 to 4PM Central Time. I enjoy it. But the nature of the program is such that I talk mostly about politics and economics and can’t often talk about subjects involving the law or religion.
I have a compulsion to talk about law and religion. In fact, right or wrong, I feel “called” to talk about those subjects.
So, I’ve decided to resurrect the American Independence Hour (only, this time, it’ll be two hours long) and primarily talk about law and/or religion for two hours each Tuesday night from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time on AmericanVoiceRadio.com and also on the KU band, free to air satellite link at Galaxy 19. (We may also broadcast on shortwave in the next few weeks.)
There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191 and perhaps also on Skype. I hope and intend that this radio show will attract readers from this blog. I hope that many of you will call in to offer your comments and opinions.
The program will focus on articles I’ve published on this blog. I’ll post a notice on this blog before each show indicating whichever articles I intend to talk about. I’m hoping that those of you who have an interest in these particular articles will find time to listen and call in.
Barring the unforeseen, the first program is tonight, Tuesday, January 21st. Our first and primary topic will be Notice, Right of Inquiry and Traffic Tickets which I published yesterday on this blog. I’m hoping that you’ll listen and that some of your will call-in on 1-800-596-8191 to discuss my and your strategies for dealing with traffic laws.
If you can’t reach me on the 800 number, or don’t wish to call in, you can also send an email during the show to firstname.lastname@example.org with whatever questions or comments you’d like to pose or discuss. I’ll try to get to as many callers and emailed questions/comments as I can.
I hope you’ll tune in.