Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Exciting things are coming up for PPR

Political Pistachio Radio is moving up into the next tier by landing some very important guests. Here is the schedule coming up for the show:

Saturday, May 19, 2007 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern, Armed Forces Day, we have a proud veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and a founding member of Catholic Veterans Against Kennedy, Kerry, and McGovern. Paul Couturier will be our guest to discuss the ongoing war in Iraq - and be aware, he is far from being politically correct.

Saturday, May 26, 2007 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern, we will have Warren Lee Culpepper who is currently writing his book, "Alone and Unafraid: One Marine's Counterattack Inside the Walls of Public Education" on as a guest to discuss how our children are being indoctrinated in public schools. He is also a contributing columnist for The North Carolina Conservative, The HinzSight Report, The Publius' Forum, and Mich News dot com.

Saturday, June 2, 2007 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern, we will have Cary Cartter of http://itisobvious.blogspot.com - or as some of you know it: I'm Thinking of the "O" Word (I meant Obvious, what were YOU thinking?). He will be on the show to discuss Election 2008, his write-in candidacy, and what is needed to return our nation to Conservative Values.

Saturday, June 9, 2007 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern, myself and Mrs. Pistachio will carry on as usual - but who knows what guest may land on this episode.

Saturday, June 16, 2007 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern, Gary Moore of "Playing With The Enemy" may join us (waiting for final affirmation). He was interviewed by Political Pistachio Radio on April 7, 2007 and that show has been the most listened to of all PPR episodes. He will be back the day before Father's Day one year prior to the release of the Major Motion Picture release of the movie based on his book about World War II, Baseball, and a field of broken dreams. Maybe we'll be able to get him to tell us who the big star is that the movie landed for one of the starring roles! Tune in and find out.

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