Wayne Root to Guest Host on CBS Radio in Las Vegas

For Immediate Release

ROOT TO GUEST HOST ON LAS VEGAS POWERHO– USE NEWS & TALK STATION KXNT THIS WEEK

Wayne Allyn Root, 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee, best-selling author, and Fox News regular, will guest host this week in afternoon drive-time on the talk and news powerhouse station in Las Vegas KXNT 840-AM. Root joins a lineup of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Dave Ramsey, and Coast to Coast AM.

Root will provide his Libertarian prospective in afternoon drive-time. His confirmed guests include FOX News star and Libertarian hero Jon Stossel; Political strategist, pollster and FOX News regular Dick Morris; syndicated columnist and political pundit Ann Coulter; former New Mexico Governor and potential Presidential candidate Gary Johnson; economist Kip Herraige; FreedomFest Founder and economist Mark Skousen; Hollywood gossip reporter and columnist James Hirsen; CEO of the Poker Players Association John Pappas; and Larry Greenfield, the Executive Director of the Reagan Legacy Foundation.

Root will also feature a special segment on Wednesday’s show devoted to Prop 14 in California and it’s possible death blow to freedom of speech and fairness in the political process. California political leaders will discuss Prop 14’s implications with Root.

Root is a Fox News regular guest. To see more of his radio and TV appearances, please go to:
www.ROOTforAmerica.com

26 thoughts on “Wayne Root to Guest Host on CBS Radio in Las Vegas

  1. Robert Milnes

    Who is Root’s agent, Uncle Sam?
    I wouldn’t be surprised if some government think tank already did a poll & figured Prop 14 will get voted down. So it would be good for Root’s projected faux libertarian image to publicly come out against it now. No harm done-it’s gonna fail anyway. Good opportunity to fool the fools.
    No radicals in the guest list. Just pop libs like Stossel. & backup rightist stealth president candidate possible Gary Johnson.
    No, Mr. Root. Get on the air & prove you are not a government/GOP plant/lackey. And/or come to IPR & debate me or George Phillies.
    I’ll believe you aren’t tied to the government/GOP when you prove it. Because they are powerful & fully capable of manipulating/projecting/supporting you behind the Oz curtain & I know that & I DON’T know you well enough. & I don’t trust the government/GOP.& I hate them.

  2. sane LP member

    Milnes you are a complete idiot and moron.
    Thank goodness for the 1st amendment.

  3. Brian Holtz

    petty adj. mean or ungenerous in small or trifling things

    I generally don’t make time to read all of Root’s press releases, so I appreciate how a couple of Root’s personal furies (Erinýs; literally “the angry ones”) called my attention to this. It’s got what are currently my two favorite words (John Stossel) and my two least favorite words (Prop 14).

    Good work, Wayne. The BB’s bouncing off your back tell you that you are where you should be, out in front of our trenches leading the charge.

  4. paulie Post author

    Prop 14 is ahead in the polls, 60-27.

    The spelling thing is petty. I’ll try to remember to fix it, but it’s not a high priority. Any other IPR writers, feel free. I just copied and pasted straight from email and did not think to check it.

  5. JT

    Very good opportunity and I’m glad to hear it, even though once again, unfortunately, there are some conservative but zero liberal guests. But will Root, a candidate for LP national chair, mention the Libertarian Party occasionally? There are always some chances to do that, even with topics that aren’t directly related to electoral politics. THAT is the real question here, IMO.

  6. Thomas L. Knapp

    Brian,

    I’ve edited, or served on the editorial boards of, publications ranging in size and quality from my junior high school newspaper to a 2,000-subscriber/8,000 newsstand circulation quarterly print magazine to a daily paper reaching 60,000.

    I’ve written hundreds, perhaps thousands, of press releases. I’ve read more of them than I’ve written.

    I’m a qualified expert on what makes the difference between a press release that’s taken seriously and a press release that ends up in the trash.

    My expert opinion, from the perspective of one who reads press releases with an eye toward whether or not the topic deserves coverage, is as follows:

    – If you can’t be bothered to use the right word rather than the wrong word (or to crack a dictionary to figure out which is which), your topic must not be very important to you. Why should it be important to me?

    – If you haven’t bothered to learn the proper usage of the apostrophe, you don’t care about the quality of your writing. If you don’t care about the quality of your writing, why should I bother to read that writing?

    Mean or ungenerous?

    I’ve sent Root typo corrections on more than one occasion when I’ve received his releases before they’ve shown up in published form.

    I’ve never asked him for a dime.

    I’ve done some press release work, but most of that type of work that I’ve done for Libertarians I’ve done free or cheap, and I’ve never told a Libertarian candidate “I’ll only look your stuff over and try to improve it if you pay me.”

    After more than three years of correcting Root’s stuff privately, fuck it.

    If Root doesn’t care enough about the quality of his public communications to get them right, hire someone to get them right, or find a volunteer who can get them right, he deserves to be pointed at and laughed at when he gets it wrong, especially given the fact that much of the time his poorly-crafted communiques are intended to burnish a “Root as Great Communicator” image.

  7. paulie Post author

    So far the only one I’ve seen pointed out

    Root will provide his Libertarian prospective in afternoon drive-time.

    Should be perspective, not prospective.

  8. Thomas L. Knapp

    The release uses the word “prospective” when the meaning intended called for the word “perspective.”

    The apostrophe in the phrase “it’s possible death blow” is incorrect. “It’s” is the contraction of “it is.” The possessive of “it” is “its.”

  9. Brian Holtz

    Tom, we’ll just have to agree to disagree on whether mocking this latest outreach effort by Root is the smartest play for the libertarian cause.

  10. Thomas L. Knapp

    Brian,

    I didn’t “mock this latest outreach effort.”

    I said he should have proofed the release on it, or had it proofed.

    He should have.

  11. Prop 14 Opposer

    So now Root finally wakes up to Prop 14, just after Phillies starts to help out.

    Someone give Root some watch batteries, because he’s WAY late to the gig! In his (adopted) home state, even!

  12. Robert Milnes

    Prop 14 is more or less 2 to 1 pass in polling? Ha, Ha. CA is screwed. You freedom lovers are going to HAVE TO try PLAS then.. That leaves you with no alternative. No lube for you! Losers.

  13. Guess Aunald didn't learn

    For being in some of his own movies, you’d think he would have learned something. NOT

  14. Robert Capozzi

    L prospective? Ouch.

    Hmm, come to think of it, perhaps a useful typo. The prospect of the NAP might be silo abandonment, or not. Private nukes, or not. Heroin vending machines in elementary school cafeterias, or not. 😉

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