Straight Talk with Jerry Hughes
Host: Jerry Hughes
Call In Number: 855-748-7884 (855-4-TRUTH)
Jerry Hughes doesn't just host his show he lives and breathes it. If there were a single voice for freedom and liberty, it would be Jerry. With his distinct baritone, and years of experience, Jerry digs deeply into the issues affecting every American citizen, voter, and taxpayer. What's amazing about Straight Talk is that it's more than just an "issue of the day" radio show; it's a national town meeting and an ongoing patriotic civics lesson all rolled into one. Straight Talk is powerful listening. It pulls listeners in with inspired talk on everyday issues. Jerry Hughes not only educates, he sparks dialogue on critical issues affecting the lives of ordinary Americans issues, which are too often ignored by "inside the beltway" commentators. His listeners are a part of his "extended" family, and Jerry always makes callers feel at home and welcome. Guests routinely remark, "The best interview I've ever had." With more experience than any other broadcaster his age, you would be hard pressed to find a better "pro" than Jerry Hughes. One of America's best!
You won't find another show on the air anywhere with more vision and purpose than Conceived in Liberty. Created and hosted by Jerry Hughes, the show educates American citizens about the nation's history, and encourages participation in government at all levels. Jerry uses his years in radio and grass-roots politics to create a show whose fundamentals are steeped in truth, morality, responsibility, involvement, and family. Of course what makes Conceived in Liberty unique is Jerry himself. Practically all of Jerry's life has been dedicated to exposing corruption and waste in government and catalyzing citizen involvement in the electoral process. In fact, Jerry was asked to manage campaigns for gubernatorial, state legislative and judicial candidates - while still in his teens! He later went on to manage campaigns for United States congressional candidates. All in all, you'd be hard-pressed to find a man with more knowledge of our country's formation and the Constitution.