John Fund, a member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal,
commentator and author, will be a guest on Geoff Metcalf’s daily Internet
talk show today.

Fund is also an on-line columnist for

MSNBC’s Internet news service
and a regular on-air contributor to the Fox News Channel and CNBC. His work has appeared in such magazines as Esquire, Reader’s Digest, Reason, New Republic and National Review. He has written extensively on congressional reform, constitutional issues and the influence of money in politics. He has won numerous journalistic awards, and has spoken frequently before such groups as the National Association of Attorneys General, the Institute of Politics at Harvard University, the Cato Institute, the Federalist Society and the National Civic League.

Fund has been called “the Tom Paine of the modern congressional reform movement” by Roll Call newspaper and is the co-author of “Cleaning House: America’s Campaign for Term Limits.” Before entering journalism, Fund was a staffer in the California legislature and a political consultant for ballot initiatives in California.

“John Fund is one of the most cogent political analysts in the country today and a great national journalistic resource,” said WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah. “You won’t want to miss this show.”

WorldNetDaily staff columnist Metcalf launched the Internet’s first daily, general-interest, national talk show July 3. Previously hosting a daily talk show on KSFO in San Francisco for five years, Metcalf is the first major-market host to launch a daily program whose primary carrier and syndicator is an Internet company —, Inc.

The program can be heard on WorldNetDaily’s streaming page —

— as well as on broadcast partner

KTKZ 1380 AM in Sacramento.
KTKZ will broadcast two hours of the program live every day to listeners in Northern California, while WorldNetDaily carries three hours live daily from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific time (7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern).

The third partner in WorldNetDaily’s new streaming venture is

whose innovative technology requires no downloads for Internet users already equipped with sound and video cards.

The program can also be heard weekends on KSFO in San Francisco.

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