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Lee Stranahan is a filmmaker, writer and a teacher who's taught tens of thousands of people how to create and promote their artistic visions.

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Confused about the Kimberlin saga? Not sure who Neal Rauhauser or Brad Friedman or Ron Brynaert are? Wonder why it all matters? In one half hour show, I'll lay out the story so far. Questions are welcome, so call in if you have any!

I'll be playing excerpts from my exclusive interview with Gary Johnson, former Governor of New Mexico and the Libertarian candidate for President of the United States.

I talk to J. Christian Adam, former DOJ attorney and author of Injustice about Eric Holder's war on Voter ID.

I talk to writer, edtior and self-described 'commie' Macolm Harris about the Occupy movement and more in what promises to be a rollicking half hour. Malcolm Harris is a writer based in Brooklyn, New York who focuses on... more

We talk to blogger and author Aaron Walker, who talks about his struggles fighting convicted "Speedway Bomber" and left-win activist Brett Kimberlin.

With Darrell Issa turning up the heat on Eric Holder on the Fast & Furious scandal, we talk to Townhall news editor Katie Pavilch, author of Fast And Furious.

I'm joined by author Stanley Kurtz, who discusses his book Spreading the Wealth: How Obama is Robbing the Suburbs to Pay for the Cities.

Jeannie McBride has been part of the Twittergate story and accused of everything from secretly being a Democrat to consorting with Neal Rauhauser. She answers those questions and more...

An interview with one of the people involved in the cyber-attacks on conservatives explains what happened and how some conservatives used the same techniques against their own.

Guest Eric Allen Bell discusses Islam & American Politics. Eric Allen Bell is a filmmaker who was banned from blogging at the ?Daily Kos? in the beginning of 2012 because he wrote three articles that ran afoul of the mindset there,... more