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Political Cesspool Fan Party this evening.


From James Edwards…

Our red-hot start to the new year continues on Saturday night when The Political Cesspool Radio Program welcomes back to the show three of our very favorite guests: Mark Weber, Gordon Baum, and Rev. Ted Pike!

Mark Weber, Director of the Institute for Historical Review, will be on to talk about the failure of America’s political leadership, especially of prominent “conservatives,” during this time of national decline and social dissolution.

Gordon Baum, Chief Executive Officer of the Council of Conservative Citizens, is back with us to provide an update on a variety of topics the CofCC has been recently addressing and will take questions from the audience.

Rev. Ted Pike, Director of the National Prayer Network, will cap off the night with an interview that will focus on the ineffective “conservative” reaction to the Tucson shooting.

Don’t forget that you can become part of our nationally syndicated radio program each week by interacting with James Edwards and the Political Cesspool co-hosts (and guests) in the TPC / CofCC online chat and virtual fan party!

All you need to do is follow these simple instructions:

1) Tune in to our live show via the internet (or your local AM / FM affiliate station) during our regular airtime (6:00pm – 9:00pm Central) on Saturday night by accessing the online simulcast at our website. Be sure to click the “Listen Live” link.

2) Open up another page on your web browser and log onto the CofCC website where the chat room will be featured front and center!

3) Make comments, ask questions of the hosts and guests, and let your thoughts be known to a worldwide audience of TPC listeners!

The Political Cesspool Radio Program broadcasts live each Saturday evening (6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Central Time) from AM 1380 WLRM Radio in Memphis, Tennessee. We are syndicated nationwide to the AM / FM affiliate stations of the Liberty News Radio Network. Our program also simulcasts online and our library of broadcast archives can be accessed on demand.