Since returning from Conservative Political Action Conference, we have not stopped at trying to provide you with the best interviews that we can possibly get to inform you of current political races for 2014 and 2016 and conservatives doing a great job in getting the message out there for everyone to see and notice.
Bishop EW Jackson – Ministers Taking A Stand/Running for Lt Governor of Virginia
E.W. Jackson was born in Chester, Pennsylvania in 1952. He joined the marine corps for three years before enrolling at the University of Massachusetts where he earned his bachelors degree. Jackson then went to Harvard Law School for his J.D. After law school Jackson stuck around Boston and practiced law for 15 years. He had a talk show and began his career as a visionary and philanthropist. In 1998 he became a bishop. Jackson moved to Virginia and is the leader of S.T.A.N.D. a program spreading philosophies of peace and religion. Jackson ran for Senate in 2012.
His first book, “Ten Commandments to an Extraordinary Life” was published in 2008. He has also published a second book, “America the Beautiful – Reflections of a Patriot Descended from Slaves”
Bishop E.W. Jackson was well known during the 2012 elections for putting out videos calling for Black liberals/democrats to leave the democratic party because it has stopped valuing their vote while changing so much on their platform that is doesn’t even cater to their beliefs.
Bishop Jackson is now running for Lt Governor in the state of Virginia and we have him on our show.
Website - http://www.jacksonforlg.com/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/JacksonForLG
Ann McElhinney – Director of film documentary Fracknation
Ann McElhinney is a journalist and documentary film director and producer. Her work examining the real life costs of environmental policies has outraged many in the environmentalist movement and she has received several death threats.
An inspiring and entertaining public speaker, she was voted the most popular speaker after Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter at CPAC. One blogger recently described her as "the Irish Sarah Palin" (it was not meant as a compliment.)
She is the director and producer of FrackNation (2013)—a documentary on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and the natural gas boom in the US and abroad. FrackNation shows how unfounded opposition to fracking is damaging the lives of some of the poorest and hardest working people in America.
FrackNation premiered January 22, 2013 on Mark Cuban’s AXS TV. The New York Times called the film “meticulously researched…provocative.” And Variety said it was a “briskly paced…mischievous pic.” FrackNation bypassed traditional funding methods and instead turned to Kickstarter, a crowd-funding website. In 60 days, 3,305 backers donated $212,265 to tell the truth about fracking. It was one of the most successful campaigns in Kickstarter history.
FrackNation dispels myths and tells the story of the people directly affected by fracking bans.
Twitter – https://twitter.com/FrackNation
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