Friday the 13th: A Lucky Day?

Yes indeed….at least for those who enjoy listening to JD Hayworth’s take on what’s happening and why!

JD will guest host “The Savage Nation” on Friday, allowing a national audience the chance to hear what we used to enjoy regularly on Phoenix radio.

Listen LIVE HERE from 6 – 9:00 pm at KSFO-AM — or hear two hours of the program that are tape delayed and broadcast locally from 9 -11:00 pm on 1100 AM, KFNX. Listen LIVE HERE.


6 Responses to Friday the 13th: A Lucky Day?

  1. LD 23 PC says:

    Looking forward to hearing news through a conservative lens! I will be certain to tune in to hear JD. Thanks for this info, SRAZ!

  2. Saguaro Sam says:

    It’s time to hear from a true conservative— J.D. Hayworth.

    Thanks for the tip, SRAZ!

  3. Realist says:

    Because of his Constitutional expertise and experience on the Ways and Means Committee, it will be interesting to get his take on this past “week that was” in DC land.
    He knows the House and the way the “game” is played. Thanks’ for the heads-up SRA.

  4. Vince says:

    I’ll be listening!!
    There hasn’t been another local broadcast political commentator worthy of the name since the McCain-backing KFYI allowed Grant McWoods to threaten and remove Hayworth. Barry Young is a Mctoady as is Mike McBroomhead.

    My dial is set on “The Patriot, 960 KKNT” or 1100 KFNX.
    KFYI no longer exists in my world.

  5. Sideliner says:

    As a longtime fan of JD Hayworth, I’ll be tuned in. He was my former Congressman,so I can attest to the fact that he was not only on top of the issues and very knowledgeable about a wide range of matters impacting not only Arizona but the country as a whole….but he was accessible. JD never hid from his constituents or held ‘invitation only’ “conversations” with us like McCain and Jeff the Flake How I wish he could have replaced that miserable McCain, but as the old saying goes, money talks and bullshit walks.

  6. Delilah says:

    There was only one person who told me JD could never win the Senate, Lynn Breyer, but it turned out she supported the fool Deakin, Well C__p.