Join hosts Jeff Schreiber (founder and managing editor of America’s Right) and John Cardillo (former NYPD turned security consultant and private equity investor) as they discuss the latest headlines, take comments from callers, interview figures in politics and media, and cut straight to the heart of bloated government, media hypocrisy, and failed political ideology.
Coming to you from a coffee table on the outskirts of Charleston, South Carolina, and right smack-dab in the middle of Miami, Florida, America’s Right Radio is broadcasting LIVE at 10:00 p.m. Eastern on Thursdays, with archives available as podcasts. At only 60 minutes in length, it’s easy to get your fix of political talk and social commentary.
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April 5, 2012. Like last week, this week the co-hosts at America’s Right Radio set out to discuss two topics: (1) ObamaCare, the Constitution and the United States Supreme Court; and (2) the Trayvon Martin shooting. Unlike last week, however, when it was nearly all Constitution and little on Trayvon Martin, this week it was nearly all on the Martin shooting and its impact on Castle Doctrine laws, and very little on President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court intimidation and ignorance. With guest Tommy Judy, a SLED Firearms Instructor, former LEO and co-owner of B.E.L.T. Training here in the Lowcountry with wife and fellow instructor Lisa Marie, the discussion was nonetheless fantastic. Check it out!
March 30, 2012. Well, while Jeff was flying solo during this show due to technical difficulties which kept co-host John Cardillo at bay (we’re working on finding a broadcast alternative), the show actually turned out wonderfully — sitting down to weigh in on this week’s Supreme Court oral arguments on ObamaCare was Clark Neily, senior attorney at the Institute for Justice and former co-counsel for Dick Heller in the landmark District of Columbia v. Heller Second Amendment Case. Jeff also managed to get into the media and political aftermath of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
March 22, 2012. It’s good to have friends. With Miami traffic keeping host John Cardillo from the microphone, co-host Jeff Schreiber called upon Duane Lester, founder of All American Blogger.com and newly-minted video production champ. Jeff and Duane discussed the recent Missouri caucus, the state of the GOP race, and the question of whether or not the American Right can come together behind the eventual nominee. A great show, featuring callers and a spirited debate on libertarianism, conservatism and the modern Republican Party.
March 8, 2012. Still in a bit of shock following the sudden death of New Media powerhouse Andrew Breitbart, hosts John Cardillo and Jeff Schreiber explore Breitbart’s legacy, as well as the effect of the last video of President Barack Obama released by the Web sites bearing his name. John and Jeff also discussed the NYPD’s terror surveillance program, drawing upon John’s firsthand experience in uniform, and in light of recent developments in Iran. Travel schedules require that no program take place the following week, so get your fill of AR Radio now, and join in the conversation on March 22, 2012.
March 1, 2012. This week, America’s Right Radio is brand spanking new. The show is now one full hour long, and I’ve been fortunate to add a co-host: the very capable, opinionated, and downright impressive John Cardillo. John has been a contributor to AR in the past, but the radio project is new for both of us. And while this was an inaugural episode of sorts for us, during which we spoke about everything from the presidential election to Barack Obama’s foreign policy failures, we look forward to adding guests in the future from the world of politics, media, sports and more. Have a listen, and join us next week!
February 22, 2012. With this week’s show commencing only one hour after the end of the 20th and final GOP debate, we talked about the state of the Republican primary with America’s Right Editor John Feeny, and with special guest Michael Sofield, a buddy of mine from law school who also happens to be a gay U.S. Army veteran, fiscal conservative, and very capable co-counsel. I still consider this AR Radio experiment to be relatively new — but I can say that this stands as my favorite show to date. Give it a listen, and tell your friends!
February 15, 2012. This week, we continue discussion of the perceptional problems facing former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum should be vanquish former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and move on to the general election. Also, as much as it is inconsequential since the president’s budget proposal will be voted down quicker than you can say “bipartisan repudiation,” we’re talking about that, too.
February 8, 2012. Alas, while everyone in conservative political media, new and old, are converging on Washington, D.C. for CPAC, we’re still here in Summerville, South Carolina. Others are having fun, drinking beers and networking; I’m sitting next to my flatulent dog, talking Santorum and the presidential election. Call in and join me!
February 1, 2012. In the wake of Mitt Romney’s victory in the Florida primary, join America’s Right founder and managing editor Jeff Schreiber as he discusses overt media bias in the Republican race. Also, hear about breaking news regarding the newest scandal to hit Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama Justice Department
January 25, 2012. After missing the previous week due to his wife’s gall bladder surgery that day, Jeff is back with commentary on last week’s decisive win for Newt Gingrich in South Carolina, as well as commentary on what to expect in Florida and beyond. Also discussed: the president’s unveiling of plans for a federal truancy law in his State of the Union address.
January 11, 2012. A week prior to the week prior to the South Carolina Primary, we welcome our very first guest: South Carolina State Representative Peter McCoy, who served as Lowcountry Chairman for Newt Gingrich’s campaign.
January 4, 2012. This particular episode is entitled “Nowhere To Go But Up,” and given the technical problems and what not that were experienced in the inaugural show, it could not have been more appropriate. We had a great discussion–albeit a unilateral discussion–on electoral politics and perceptional thinking. Curiously, during this episode, traffic here at America’s Right jumped significantly, so it’s obvious that we’re somehow doing something right.
December 28, 2011. The very first installment of America’s Right Radio started off with a bang. Click above to listen to what happened in the first twenty-four seconds of the program that made Jeff think twice about whether or not he wanted to dabble in podcasting and broadcasting.