At 4:30, Tom Blumer, an Ohio blogger who writes at BizzyBlog and Newsbusters, will join us to discuss the top media bias stories of 2011.
At 5 p.m. we'll talk to C.L. Bryant about his conversion to conservatism and his soon-to-be-released documentary movie Runaway Slave.
Rev. Bryant, from Louisiana, has a Master's in Theology and is a licensed and ordained Baptist minister and pastor. He was the president of an NAACP chapter in Garland, Texas, and was a self-professed “Democratic Radical” who "now believes the values that he once vehemently upheld has led the Black community into a state of bondage to the US government."
Clearly unafraid to talk religion and politics, C.L. is not only a Tea Party Patriot but he is a charter member of the Red River Tea Party and Shreveport/Bossier Tea Party, co-founder of the Desoto Parish Grassroots, founder of the national movement One Nation Back to God (www.onenationbacktoGod.com) and Fellow with FreedomWorks in Washington, D.C. Added to this illustrious list of achievements is independent filmmaker of the documentary Runaway Slave. Runaway Slave is a movie about the race to free the Black community from the slavery of tyranny and progressive policies.
We'll also take your calls and your predictions for what 2012 will hold for us.
Other topics to consider include the upcoming increase in minimum wage requirements in Ohio and other states, and the accepted practice of public sector union members performing union work while on the clock and being paid by the taxpayers.
Hope you'll join us at 1370 WSPD or via I Heart Radio beginning at 3 p.m. Eastern.