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G. Gordon Liddy Welcomes William Wroolie, and R. Louis Spinelli in Live Interview on Radio America
NEWS ALERT: G. Gordon Liddy Welcomes William Wroolie, and R. Louis Spinelli in Live Interview on Radio America!
The Military Order of the Purple Heart Service Foundation is proud to announce William Wroolie, Board Treasurer, and Louis Spinelli, Board 1st Vice President, will be guests on Radio America with legendary host, G. Gordon Liddy, Thursday, June 24, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. EST.
The interview will be featured on The G. Gordon Liddy Show, which airs on nearly 100 stations across the country in 30 states. In addition, the G. Gordon Liddy Program airs on Sirius/ XM Satellite Radio and will stream live on Radio America's website at www.radioamerica.org.
Other radio hosts read and talk about the military, the FBI, high government officials, flying planes, parachuting, the White House, prison, practicing law, prosecuting, defending and gun fighting. G. Gordon Liddy has done it and speaks from personal experience. The G-Man has been there, done that, and taken home the Tee shirt. That's the difference and once again he has made ‘The Talkers Magazine’ Top 100 talk hosts for this year.
R. Louis Spinelli - Served with the United States Army during the Korean War. Mr. Spinelli is the 2001 Past National Commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
William A. Wroolie - Served with the United States Army during the Vietnam War. Mr. Wroolie is the 2002 Past National Commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
The G. Gordon Liddy Show airs 10 a.m. - 1 pm EST, the interview will air at approx. 11:00 a.m. EST.Live stream at www.radioamerica.org, or to find a satellite or affiliate station in your area please contact, Jennifer Shirley, Radio America Network at (505) 989-5051, or email@example.com
Radio America: Radio America has built a solid reputation for excellence among the many thousands of stations which have broadcast the network's offerings over the past two decades. During that time, Radio America has won a host of awards including the New York International Radio Festivals Gold and Silver medals, the ABA Silver Gavel, Gabriel, Ohio State, Freedom Foundation and many others. In 1997, Radio America achieved full network status, broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Programs are broadcast via three satellites and over 400 affiliates carry our programs. In addition, the network's programs are available through the Internet. Radio America programs generally reflect the network's adherence to traditional American values, limited government and the free market.
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