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Liberty Talk Radio with Joe Cristiano

Liberty Talk Radio – Featuring the Chancellor of The University of Logic, better known as Cristiano’s conservatory, correcting convoluted conversation. Joe addresses issues directly effect you. His programs is based on critical thinking not always palatable but good food for thought. Also Joe is found on the web at LibertyTalkRadio.com where you can view his YouTube Channel or download his iPhone and Android Apps. Joe subscribes to following organizations: – Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) – American Institute of Economic Research (AIER) – Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) – Americans United for Separation of Church & State (AU) – Cato Institute – Oklahoma Council on Public Affairs Joe feels passionately about our country and believes we have strayed too far from our founding fathers vision of America. He was Oklahoma’s Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Congress First Congressional District of Oklahoma in the 2000 General Election
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Mar 23, 2016

Scott McPherson has been writing for the Future of Freedom Foundation since July 2002, and is the author of Freedom and Security: The Second Amendment and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. His political commentaries have appeared in newspapers around the country, including the Washington Times, the Milwaukee Times, the Tulsa World, the New Hampshire Union-Leader, and the Nashua Telegraph, in political journals such as Future of Freedom, Ideas on Liberty, Perspective, and Liberty Magazine, and on the websites Antiwar.com and LewRockwell.com. An occasional dabbler in verse, his poem “Beer, In Four Parts” was published in the March/April 2013 issue of Zymurgy Magazine. Scott also likes to write fiction. His short stories have appeared in River Poets Journal and the book Compass Points: Stories from Seacoast Authors. Born and raised in Oklahoma, Scott moved to New Hampshire with his family in 2006 to support the Free State Project. He enjoys baseball, history, good food, good beer, live music, writing, theater, swimming in the ocean, and traveling. He sometimes blogs at Portsmouth Patch.

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