On Air America Tuesday (2/21) morn[time changed] – Charles Goyette Show

I will be on the Charles Goyette show tomorrow at 10:30 a.m Eastern time.  Charles is one of the  quickest  pro-freedom talk show hosts in the business.   His sense of humor helps listeners grin ‘n’ bear almost all of the Bush administration’s lunacies.

You can listen live at the KXXT web page. (The Phoenix frequency is 1010 AM). Charles has an excellent web page as well.  (His fireball producer, Ernie Hancock, is doing a heap of fine work for freedom in Arizona and beyond). 

There is a chance the interview will be shifted from 10:30 a.m.; if so, I will warn here accordingly.



5 Responses to On Air America Tuesday (2/21) morn[time changed] – Charles Goyette Show

  1. Steve February 21, 2006 at 7:48 pm #

    Continued high regards for your integrity. You have made me reexamine my “pro-Clinton” views. (I already thought Bush was a smuck).

  2. Guest February 28, 2006 at 10:31 pm #

    Air America Phoenix is gone. 🙁
    And according to the PD it is not coming back to the Phoenix area.

    Charles Goyette was the best voice out there on the airwaves. He is not the same old partisan-talk that you get from Rush Limbaugh or Al Franken. He is not pro-statism like 99% of the hosts are; he is a pro- free market supporter through and through. Someone that kept his ground—even when a station (a Rush Limbaugh station) did all they could to shut him up because he was against the Iraq war from the very start. And it appears not that likely that he will be on another station anytime soon. 🙁

    Well, at least there are good sites and good blogs out there (like this one). It is just a shame. 🙁

  3. Jim February 28, 2006 at 10:56 pm #

    I’m sorry to hear that AA/Phoenix is off the air.
    Goyette is superb – he is such a breath of fresh air – a great sense of humor and a hardline champion of liberty. I hope he is back on the air bigtime soon!

  4. Ted Hopes April 4, 2006 at 12:36 pm #

    Found this via Google. Looking for ways to get in touch with Chas Goyette to thank him for his KXXT work and urge him to fight his way back on Air America. He was our favorite, and his chances had to have been sabotaged by a close competitor. What should we Goyette appreciators do to encourage him and persuade Air America?

  5. Henry Bowman July 20, 2007 at 6:08 pm #

    You can always contact his producer, Ernie Hancock, at the link given in the article.