Sep 8, 2010

Liberal talk comes to Armed Forces Radio

The military will finally get some relief from the constant barrage of hate and misinformation from the likes of the drug addled gas bag Rush Limbaugh when liberal talk is added to the Armed Forces Radio Network (AFRN).

A PowerTalk line up of some of the most dynamic liberal talkers will hit AFRN airways in mid- to late October, and it will feature Ed Schultz, Bill Press, Thom Hartmann and Stephanie Miller. The line up is part of the Dial Global personalities that will also include conservative host Neal Boortz.

The Armed Forces Radio serves about 800,000 American military personnel worldwide with programming and news, as well as their families, providing a link back home for the men and women of the Air Force, Navy, Marines, Army, Coast Guard and more.


Grung_e_Gene said...

Great news and there's already a large audience for them in the military, Wars begun by Chicken Hawks and Cowards (i.e. Republicans) make soldiers liberal...

Communications guru said...

I agree. I have always said give liberal talk a level playing field with conservative talk, and liberal talk will do as well or better.