WASHINGTON -- Joseph Farah, founder and editor of WorldNetDaily, the fastest growing new news site on the Internet, will appear Wednesday on Paul Weyrich's "Direct Line" program on National Empowerment Television at 6 p.m. Eastern time.
"Direct Line" is a fast-paced and lively one-on-one interview program, probing the inner-workings of Washington and unraveling national issues.
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In addition to hosting the program, Weyrich is president of the Free Congress Foundation and NET -- the Political Newstalk Network. A nationally-known veteran Washington-insider, Weyrich combines his journalism background in radio and TV with his Capitol reporting experience and political expertise.
Viewers can call-in, fax or e-mail with questions and comments. NET is available on many cable systems throughout the country and on satellite GE-1 @ 103 degrees, Transponder T19.
In addition to serving as editor and featured columnist for WorldNetDaily, Farah is executive director of the Internet newspaper's parent company, the Western Journalism Center, a non-profit group of investigative reporters whose emphasis is exposing waste, fraud, abuse and corruption in government. He is the author of "This Land Is Our Land" (1996, St. Martin's Press), and collaborated with Rush Limbaugh on the best-selling book of 1994, "See, I Told You So." Formerly he served as editor-in-chief of the Sacramento Union and as a top news executive at other daily papers in California.