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Jerome Corsi, the co-author of the blockbuster book about John Kerry, “Unfit for Command,” will be the guest today on Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive, the nationally syndicated talk-program.

Corsi and John O’Neill’s book took the nation by storm in August and became a best seller on many lists, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the New York Times. It’s still in the top 100 at Amazon.

Corsi recently became an exclusive columnist for WorldNetDaily. He is working on a new book entitled “Atomic Islam,” due to be released in 2005 by WND Books.

Corsi also is a consultant to Aryo Pirouznia, leader of the Student Movement Coordination Committee for Democracy in Iran and the target of a lawsuit by John Kerry’s chief Iranian-American fund-raiser, Hassan Nemazee. A deposition of Nemazee, at which Corsi was present, shows the fund-raiser contradicting Kerry, saying the Islamic regime of Iran should not be trusted with nuclear materials. Access to a video of entire deposition is available exclusively at WND.

As WND reported today, Corsi also helped uncover two documents that show the Vietnamese communist regime directed the activities of Kerry’s antiwar group in the 1970s.

You can listen to “Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive” live on more than 80 stations from coast to coast or listen on a live-stream signal on the Internet. The program is broadcast daily from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern. It also is available via the Sirius satellite radio network on the Sirius Patriot channel from 5 to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eastern.

If you would like to know the affiliates closest to your area, here’s the e-mail address for inquiries: listeners@radioamerica.org

If you’d like to call in to the show, dial 1-800-510-TALK. Every day, callers who get through and contribute to the program are given free copies of WND Books – including new books and some best sellers.

If you are a radio station general manager or program director interested in the show, here’s the e-mail address: gmsandpds@radioamerica.org

Farah is enlisting supporters of his radio show to help it grow and have an even greater impact. Here’s how:

“If you really want the truth to get out, if you really want to spread the message of freedom from coast to coast, if you really want to change the political culture of America, there are innumerable ways to get involved and support the work that is already under way,” says Farah.

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