Today we interview U S Senate candidate, Tony Monetti. Tony spent over twenty years in decorated military service. He flew a B-52 to destroy infrastructure in Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. He later joined elite airmen handpicked to pilot the then-new B-2 Stealth Bomber in global combat operations. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross for bravery. Promoted to major, he became the 509th Bomb Wing’s safety chief at Whiteman Air Force Base.
An election is right around the corner and we need to know what the candidates are thinking. This show is a continuation of our efforts to probe the people who want to represent us in Washington DC. You’re about to hear what’s going on behind the three second sound bites.
On our show today, you get an insider’s glimpse from a Congressional candidate, Paul Berry III.
He speaks the truth and gives us what we need to know about the political dynamics in play this next election cycle.
You’ll catch some insights into how the government is heading the wrong way and what we are doing to set the country on a new course.
No need to take this lying down! On this episode of Home Front, we talk with Russell Bolton about how we can correct the direction of our country. In a little county in the great Northwest, Russell is doing just that through the Stevens County Assembly. He has nearly 150 people coming out to hear the positive message of how to make a difference through the proper channels allowed by law to reclaim lost ground. Join us and be inspired.
Join us for an inside glimpse of politics in Missouri. Rep. John McCaherty shares with us some of his insights on what a difference it has made to be both a pastor and a member of the Missouri House of Representatives.
You will get to hear from his own lips what it’s like to be on the frontline in the battle for ideas. Rep. McCaherty beat an incumbent and lets us in on some little known “secrets of the House”.
Learn from the experts! Tonight we bring you an experienced panel of people who have studied elections for years and can help you process what just happened in many states during the primary process.
Is it true that “Nice Guys Finish Last”? Tonight we offer some analysis of what happened in the last election and discuss how open primaries affect the outcomes in the states that have them.
Our panel includes two former Republican candidates, Ike Skelton and Tony Laszacs, along with Jeanine Huskey, founder of the the Eureka Tea Party. We will ask them to explain what is happening to the conservatives and the Tea Party movement and share some glimpses of where we are heading next.
Some people trust that it must be good because the legislature put it on the ballot. Others are saying, “Not so fast.”
What does this amendment actually accomplish? Find out as you listen in on this round table discussion of gun rights.