TUESDAY – The Wayne and Stacy Show w/Wayne Dupree and Stacy Rush
Ever since I left CPAC 2013, I have decided to try to go out and get the best interviewees I can get in accordance with their schedules and I have been blessed to do that. For this week of April 15, 2013, I am pleased to bring you two individuals that are grassroot superstars. One works in front of the camera and the other works for national newspaper. Both have great foundations, which allow them to stayed rooted and grounded for the conservative cause.
8:15pm – 8:30pm Andrew Langer, Institute for Liberty
Andrew Langer is the Institute for Liberty’s President, though it remains unclear if he runs it or it runs him. IFL works on a variety of issues—promoting and protecting small business, American exceptionalism, private property rights, tilting against the regulatory state, principles of the American founding. But at the organization’s core, and Andrew’s, is the desire to promote freedom and individual rights. Andrew has been involved in free-market and limited-government causes for nearly 20 years, has testified before Congress about two dozen times, and was an early promoter of the Tea Party movement. In addition to being IFL’s President, he hosts a weekly internet broadcast called “The Broadside” and frequently guest hosts on Baltimore’s conservative talk station, WBAL. Andrew frequently appears on television, and Campaigns and Elections magazine named him one of Maryland’s “top influencers” in their most recent list.
8:35pm – 8:50pm Buzz Jacobs – Benghazi-911.com
Buzz Jacobs is a Republican ad maker, communications strategist, presidential campaign veteran, former White House staff member, and Co-Founder of SSC.
SSC is a Republican media and communications firm. SSC has produced TV ads, web videos, and radio ads for the Republican National Committee, state Republican Parties, and U.S. Senate, congressional, gubernatorial, and lower ballot candidates nationwide.
Jacobs also served at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he worked to enhance the FBI’s abilities to fight cyber crime and espionage, better allocate scarce resources through strategic planning, and reengineer the FBI after 9/11.
Throughout his career, Jacobs has undertaken various roles for other candidates and the Republican Party, including Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, former Alabama Gov. Fob James, and former Attorney General Bill Pryor. He served as Chairman of the College Republican Federation of Alabama, on the Alabama Republican Party Steering Committee, and was a candidate for Chairman of the College Republican National Committee.