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HickTown Radio is a program which features interesting guests and asks provocative questions on a variety of topics, ranging from moral decline in our nation to conservative Christian values.

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Chaunda Walker Walls will be our special guest. She will discuss her interior decorating business, fitness business....AND she will share how she lost 101 pounds and kept them off!

Criminal black male youth are killing each other in record numbers and moving throughout the black community like roving wolves. What can we do to stop this destruction in the community? Our guest to discuss this issue is Joyce M.... more

There is an emergency in the black community, as less and less marriages are taking place and more black women are having babies out of wedlock. This topic will explore the fact that for our own survival, we MUST bring the family back.... more

Never in a million years would I have imagined that the hatred of our first black president, Barack Obama would bring racists to their lowest point --- calling Mrs. Obama a monkey and calling the little girls "whores". This topic will discuss that... more

Dan Stockin has been a public health professional for 17 yrs. He was manager of EPA's Western Regional Lead Training Center and now works at the Lillie Center, Inc. He will talk to us about the dangers of fluoride, particularly on the black... more

Dr. Saxe is a medical doctor and PhD. He specializes in prostate and breast cancer as well as diabetes. There are nutritional changes that we all can make to improve our chances of remaining healthy or reversing disease. Dr. Saxe will... more

Author Michael Jackson will discuss his journey from the criminal system to his present life of successful author. Those in the prison system should know that there IS hope that their lives can change.

We are going to have a frank discussion about the state of the local church. Specifically, abuse in the church, money-hungry leaders and predators who sexually abuse women and children in the church.

Charlene Cothran founded Venus magazine in 1995 to share information about the lesbian lifestyle. However, in 2006 she experienced a religious conversion. In this interview we will discuss her journey.

Activist and author, Ewuare Osayande advocates for rap artists to be cautious of the lyrics they direct towards women and society in general---many of which amounts to a verbal assault, unprovoked with names like "nigger" and "ho". He'll... more