Candice E. Jackson, author of “Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine,” will be a guest today on “Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive,” the nationally syndicated talk program.
“Their Lives” tells the stories of Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick and other women caught up in Clinton scandals who were intimidated by “attack teams.”
Jackson, a self-described libertarian feminist, is an attorney and commentator who formerly worked for the public watchdog group Judicial Watch. She calls herself a “recovering victim of domestic assault.”
You can hear “Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive,” the daily, nationally syndicated radio show featuring WND’s founder on radio stations from coast to coast and streamed on the Internet.
Farah’s new network, Golden Broadcasters, has been formed with the live, three-hour, drive-time program as the flagship.
The new Dallas-based company will be a full-service network providing programming, radio production, Internet streaming, satellite delivery and sales and affiliate relations. Farah continues broadcasting from the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., as he has for the past two years.
The show airs Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern with a refeed from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m. on ABC Starguide, Transponder 23, Satellite AMC-8.
The call-in number for the show is 1-877-232-4855. Golden Broadcasters can be reached at 972-871-8802.
In addition to his daily talk-radio program, Farah serves as editor and chief executive officer of WorldNetDaily, one of the largest news agencies in the world founded specifically for the Internet. He also writes a daily column for WorldNetDaily and a weekly column for Creators Syndicate.
Farah is also founder of WND Books, a three-year-old book-publishing enterprise that has produced a remarkable string of best-selling current affairs titles, including Michael Savage’s “The Savage Nation” and “The Enemy Within,” Jayna Davis’ “The Third Terrorist” and Wayne LaPierre’s “Guns, Freedom and Terrorism.”