Antiwar Radio:
Scott Horton Interviews Charles Goyette
Wed Feb 7, 2007 02:39

Antiwar Radio: Scott Horton Interviews Charles Goyette

Thursday, January 25th, 2007 in News, Antiwar Radio by Scott Horton|

Antiwar Radio: Charles Goyette

2/6/70 "The Charles Goyette Show
AUDIO: 8/9 HOUR...

Watch for future interviews by Charles Goyette on here the blog at Antiwar Radio.

Goyette grew up in Flagstaff and started in radio at NAU’s campus station. One Phoenix radio columnist recently wrote, “Goyette is a thorough pro who thinks before he speaks – which he does very well.”

The son of a philosophy professor, Charles positively delights in questioning the conventional wisdom. There is no political correctness, no sacred cow or authority that he won’t challenge.

Fearless in defending his principles, Charles has been interviewed by newspapers and magazines, as well as television and radio stations around the world. His articles and transcripts of his speeches have been published in The American Conservative magazine, newspapers, and popular political websites. An occasional columnist for the Scottsdale Arizona Republic, Charles’ popular “Inner Views” feature appeared regularly in America West Airlines’ in-flight magazine with a monthly circulation of more than a million. He is also a regular contributor to the magazines of Gannett Publishing. Charles has shared his views with television audiences locally and nationally on MSNBC and Fox News, including on The O’Reilly Factor, and on the popular PBS program NOW with Bill Moyers. Recently a national television documentary team chose to feature Charles’ radio show for a forthcoming PBS special exploring immigration issues. Charles is also heard on talk radio nationally, filling in for syndicated talk show hosts such as Ed Schultz and Thom Hartmann.

Charles is the proud father of two sons, Michael and Steven.

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