TFH Live, 11/17: Year Two on VLR Begins!

UPDATE! REPLAY ADDED!! That’s right! Their Finest Hour on Vigilant Liberty Radio hits its first anniversary, having been the second live show airing on November 18, 2013 after VLR had been launched two days prior on November 16!

Tonight at 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific, I’ve got a great show planned to get my second year on VLR started off right!

Hour one will be spent with Felicia Cravens (@somethingfishie) of Free Radical Network (@FreeRadicalNet). We just announced on Saturday night that FRN’s The Refinery webcast will be joining the VLR roster soon! It’s been two weeks since the election, so we’ll probably have some final thoughts on the GOP victories, plus there’s so much in the news to pick apart and through.

From this past Saturday night on Twitter: love of country, love of beauty. That’s Rebecca in a nutshell (no, that isn’t her in the picture!)

Then in hour two, prepare for a little bit of a walk on the wild side. My guest will be Rebecca from Colorado (@coloradorebecca), who if you’re familiar with her from Twitter, you’ll know up until this past Saturday did an every-other-week erotica photo tweet fest – much to the consternation of many. We’ll be talking about how our side fails at cultural engagement and how we’d all be better off with a little bit of loosening up. Rebecca also maintains a Tumblr site which she will be keeping up. (WARNING – NOT SAFE FOR: work, those under age 18, Rick Santorum voters, social/moral statists, etc.)

Please come join us in the VLR chat room or you can listen using the player at right, direct on Spreaker, or using a Spreaker mobile device app.


And it was a fantastic show! Thanks to both Felicia and Rebecca for a great evening! Here’s the replay – if you want to download for offline listening, click “Spreaker” in the player and you’ll be taken to the page with a download link.


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