Dear Mr. President: Hello, my name is Allison Bricker, a Hoosier high school graduate, now closing in on my fourteenth year as an entrepreneur and small business owner, with my current endeavor LibertyTalk.fm being by far my favorite to date. … Read More
Judge Napolitano Suggests President Avoid Legal Whack-A-Mole and Pass Bulletproof Replacement ppearing on the Fox Business Channel, Judge Andrew Napolitano was a guest on Varney & Co. to discuss with Charles Payne, President Trump’s next move following the ruling of … Read More
BY: Allison Bricker, Editor & Publisher PUBLISHED: April 3, 2015 LinkedIn discussion from April of 2013 between disgraced founder of now defunct Mt. Gox Bitcoin exchange, Mark Karpeles and accused former DEA Agent Carl “Mark” Force in which agent suggests … Read More
Indiana Open for Discrimination? INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The outrage over Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration act signed last week by republican Governor Mike Pence has now spun virally from social media into traditional STATE licensed old media outlets. However, I am remiss … Read More
Comic Books, Movie and Game Reviews on the Nerd Show Nerd Show Special Guest: Kristen McGuire is an artist and voice actress with a talent for illustration coupled along with a extra-creative imagination. Armed with her Wacom tablet and a … Read More
Free Speech Shouldn’t Require a Permission Slip from Government The picture above represents an homage to John Carpenter’s cult-classic “They Live” (1988) as every day Liberty becomes more of an alien concept to the U.S. Government. Whereas the U.S. once prosecuted … Read More
Beginning Monday, July 7th, 2014, WGRR-DB will merge with Truth Be Told Media and make history by becoming the first talk-station whether terrestrial AM/FM or Internet to begin broadcasting LIVE-only (Liberty-oriented) shows round-the-clock Mondays through Fridays. Thus, while this may mark the end of working with Mr. Nystrom, I remain forever grateful for the opportunity, and highly anticipate what he will do next. Further, he has agreed to forward the Daily Paul Radio domain so as to ease listeners into the transition to the new station and on-demand archives.