Another treat for JD Hayworth fans. Listen LIVE as he broadcasts from Tampa Bay’s WWBA 820-AM.
“Red White & Blue” for “Blue Minnesota!”
Longtime broadcaster and former Congressman JD Hayworth — seemingly banned from the Arizona airwaves, unless he is guest hosting a nationally syndicated show — returns to radio tomorrow, again far from the Grand Canyon State.
On Monday, Oct. 8, Hayworth will host on the legendary WCCO, Minneapolis. He can be heard from 7-10 am, AZ Time. Listen live at wccoradio.radio.com (click the “Listen Live” box in the upper right corner of the web page.)
Minnesota’s reputation in recent years — Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty notwithstanding — has been “Deep Blue.” In fact, Minnesota was the lone state President Reagan failed to carry in his 1984 reelection, as voters in the “Land of Ten Thousand Lakes” opted for native son, Walter Mondale…keeping his name afloat in Political Trivia, as the lone Major Party Nominee to carry just one state — the one he called “home.”
Might Hayworth end up calling Minnesota his “Broadcasting Home?” It’s apparently a greater possibility than finding an Arizona station with the guts and good sense to put JD to work.
Blacklisting a Conservative Republican in a supposedly Republican state…of all the things that could be said, we’ll state the obvious: It’s a damn shame.
Jim O’Connor is running for a seat on Arizona’s Corporation Commission. He’s a conservative with a professional résumé that clearly makes him a stand-out for the job. Check out his Issues page in which he decisively defines his objectives.
Foremost among its many duties, the Arizona Corporation Commission regulates utility rates. Integrity, which has been lacking in this important commission, is the paramount consideration. There is no question O’Connor posses that key quality. Running as a Clean Elections candidate, he refuses to take campaign contributions from utilities or those associated with them.
O’Connor is also uniquely accessible, posting his contact information on his website.
In a crowded field of candidates competing for two seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission, it’s clear why he’s scored big, winning an endorsement from Arizona’s conservative former congressman and media commentator, J.D. Hayworth.
Former Arizona Congressman JD Hayworth will appear with Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union, this evening.
The show centers on how President Trump is dealing with and beating the Fake News of the left.
Tune in to Fox News at 7:00 pm (AZ time).
Analyzing the “Russia probe”
House Intelligence Committee Chairman U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) joined conservative radio talk show host Laura Ingraham Monday as she debuted her new Fox News program, “The Ingraham Angle.” Nunes called on the Department of Justice to “do its job” regarding leaks from major U.S. intelligence services.
Ingraham opened the inaugural edition of the show with a powerful monologue about what “America means to her and to regular Americans.”
Arizonans who attended the impressive kickoff of Dr. Kelli Ward‘s U.S. Senate campaign gave Laura Ingraham a sizzling Phoenix welcome as she endorsed Ward — sharing the stage with Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon and former Arizona Congressman, now NewsMax host, JD Hayworth. Fox News’ Sean Hannity has also endorsed Ward.
This is Ingraham’s take on Jeff Flake’s anti-Trump swan song speech.
The Guardian, a British news source, reported in early January that it was none other than bitter presidential loser John McCain, a virulent Trump-hater, who personally passed what turned out to be a fake dossier alleging secret Trump-Russia contacts to then-FBI director James Comey. It’s difficult to forget Comey. He’s the one who gave an undeserved legal break to corrupt Hillary Clinton— despite damning evidence against her.
JD Hayworth will appear on “Fox and Friends” Thursday morning at 3:15 am ( AZ Time) on the Fox News Channel.
Hayworth was invited to talk about President Trump’s upcoming visit to Phoenix — and the President’s “relationship” with Arizona’s two U.S. Senators.
Of course, you can watch JD every weekday morning from 7-9 am, (AZ Time) on Newsmax TV…Ch. 349 (DirecTV). You can also watch on your computer at www.newsmaxtv.com