Guns in cockpits subject
of radio show

By WND Staff

WorldNetDaily reporter and columnist Jon Dougherty will be a guest on the nationally syndicated radio program “American Breakfast” tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. Eastern time.

Since 9-11, Dougherty has provided unparalleled coverage of the effort to get federal authorization for commercial pilots to carry firearms in the cockpit. On tomorrow’s show, he will discuss the most recent development – the passage of the landmark Homeland Security bill, which provides for pilots of passenger planes to carry guns. As Dougherty reports in WND today, pilots’ organizations are applauding the new bill, calling it a critical step in protecting cockpits from would-be terrorists.

Broadcasting live from the Shawmut Diner in New Bedford, Mass., “Top 100” talk-show host Phil Paleologos invites radio listeners every weekday morning to pull up a stool and participate in lively discussions about American ideals.

“We’ve underestimated the number of people thirsting for straightforwardness,” says Paleologos. “The diner counter is my radio symbol of authenticity!”

Every Friday, “American Breakfast” features a WorldNetDaily reporter, editor or columnist in the 8 a.m. Eastern hour.

Find a station in your area where you can tune in to “American Breakfast,” or listen online at CableRadioNetwork.com.