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PATRIOT RADIO 6/21/2016 with Mike Volz (WA State Representative Candidate Dist. 6)

June 23rd, 2016


PATRIOT RADIO 06/14/2016 with Kellie Richardson (Veterans’ Assistance)

June 17th, 2016


PATRIOT RADIO 06/09/2016 with Duke Pesta (Freedom Project Education)

June 10th, 2016


PATRIOT RADIO 06/07/2016 with Brad Dacus (Pacific Justice Institute)

June 9th, 2016


PATRIOT RADIO 5/31/2016 with Steve McLaughlin (WA ST Candidate for Commissioner of Public Lands)

June 3rd, 2016


PATRIOT RADIO: 05/26/2016 with Tom DeWeese (American Policy Center)

May 27th, 2016

Tom DeWeese, president of the American Policy Center, is one of the nation’s leading experts on Agenda 21 and its assault on property rights and personal freedom. He is author of the book “Now Tell Me I was Wrong” and editor of the website The DeWeese Report


PATRIOT RADIO: 05/24/2016 with State Rep. Heather Scott (R-ID)

May 26th, 2016

In this episode, I'm joined by Idaho State Representative Heather Scott.


PATRIOT RADIO: 4/19/2016 with John Trudel

April 21st, 2016

In today's episode, I'm joined once again with author John Trudel.

PATRIOT RADIO: 04/14/2016 with Pat Wood

April 18th, 2016

Today’s guest is Patrick Wood of Technocracy news and the August Review


PATRIOT RADIO: 4/12/2016 w/ Elaine Willman

April 13th, 2016

Elaine Devary Willman, MPA is the author of Going To Pieces…the dismantling the United States of America,

first published in 2005. The book reports on first person visits and experiences of tribal members and citizens residing on or near seventeen Indian reservations during her extensive road trip across the country from Washington State to New York State. Willman’s books is selling faster now in 2015 and 2016 than when initially published because the fears expressed in the book are now America’s reality.

Subsequent to her two year attendance at Ventura College of Law, Ms. Willman received a Masters degree in Public Administration from Cal State University in 1991, and has obtained 96 credits towards her doctoral work in public policy. Having lived in Western States for over thirty years, and within two Indian reservations for more than twenty years, Ms. Willman has extensive knowledge about federal Indian policy, land use status within Indian reservations, dual-jurisdiction and Constitutional conflicts that impact the rights and lives of tribal members as well as other American citizens.


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