March 1, 2019 - Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor, MD - On Day 2 of the CPAC, Vice-President Mike Pence was the keynote speaker. The audio is the full speech without edit. Video of the speech can be found at

March 1, 2019 - National Harbor, MD - CPAC 2019 - Our final interview of Day 2 coverage at the Conservative Political Action Conference was with Rev. Ralph Chittams. He is the founder of Urban Red. It's a SuperPAC dedicated to helping local and State level candidates in winning elections across the country. We talk about the ambitious target of 25 election races in 2019 and more.


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March 1, 2019 - Conservative Political Action Conference - Not every interview could be held on-air during CPAC 2019. But that didn't stop us from speaking with the founder of Black Guns Matter, Maj Toure. An influential voice in urban politics, we spoke with him about the importance of the 2nd Amendment to African-Americans, the impact of Red Flag legislation, and what it's like to be a Black Conservative. Answers you won't hear on mainstream media, unless you were at CPAC as well.


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March 1, 2019 - Conservative Political Action Conference - When the show is live, at CPAC, you never know who will drop by and get on air. In this case our surprise guest was a friend of the program, former Congresswoman Claudia Tenney. She shared a few thoughts on life after Congress, a potential run again, a possible book deal, and much more.  


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March 1, 2019 - Day 2 live at CPAC continues with our discussion with Merissa Hamilton. She is a boardmember of the Arizona Republican Liberty Caucus, and Director of Constituent Services in the City of Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio's Office. An adamant supporter of the 2nd Amendment, Merissa discussed her views on Red Flag legislation, the impact of gun control laws on women and protection from domestic violence, and much more. A strong conversation on many of the topics affecting the nation.


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March 1, 2019 - Day 2 of our live coverage of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) of 2019 starts with a discussion on abortion. We speak with Rev. Dean Nelson of the Frederick Douglass Institute, and the Human Coalition. Rev. Nelson shared with us his interactions and thoughts about Vice President Pence; the effort at March on the Mansion to have Gov. Northam to resign; and the alternative to abortion and Planned Parenthood. From blackface to preserving dignity and life, it's a discussion that should be heard. Please check out our other CPAC 2019 coverage too.


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February 28, 2019 - Continuing the coverage from Day 1 at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) of 2019, we share the live interview with former Special Agent, former US diplomat, and author Eric J. Caron. Our conversation delves into the work struggles and realizations that led to the creation of his book, and the meaning of its title , Switched On. Along the way we learn of some of the challenges that face law enforcement, and their families, every day. Eric reveals some of his own struggle with PTSD, and the outreach available via Blue H.E.L.P. But his book is not just for law enforcement, as Eric highlights how everyone can benefit from being Switched On.


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February 28, 2019 - Continuing our coverage of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) of 2019, is our conversation with Brian Maloney. He is the co-founder of RedWave America PAC, and creator of the Media Equality Project. We spoke about their current effort to StopTheScalpings (which can be found on Facebook) - an initiative to counter the politically correct and Liberal attack on conservative voices on all forms of media. In addition we discussed the Political Action Committee, and its work in 2019 and 2020.


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February 28, 2019 - At the Conservative Political Action Conference, our first guest was from the State of Vermont. Lawrence Zupan was the leading challenger to Sen. Bernie Sanders in 2018. But the end of the election has not stopped Zupan from striving to end the rush to socialism in Vermont. We talk taxes, firearm seizures, and the hypocritical nature of Sen. Sanders and socialism in this episode.

As a public service, we present the entire town hall telephone conference call of Representative Anthony Brindisi of the NY-22. The event started 7 minutes late, and ended 5 minutes early. Our question was prescreened but never allowed to be heard. The only edit was deleting the 3 minutes 21 seconds of the prescreening with Brindisi staff.   

Live on WNBF on January 22, 2019 (verbatim) - Known Progressive activist Matt Ryan called in to demand investigation of where Covington students got MAGA hats (not recorded). He stated the hats justify the public attack on the students, and implied this was an indoctrination. This is challenged by political commentator Michael "Vass" Vasquez - and other callers - highlighting the compulsion by denial of choices Progressives are advocating. Ryan then called back, attacking intelligence of students and doubling down on call of indoctrination because he does not like their views. What do you think about this?


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As a surprise for WNBF host Roger Neal, Michael "Vass" Vasquez of NO Soundbites Allowed dropped into the studio to speak about how the end of 2018 will impact the start of 2019. From the stock market, to immigration, to pending gun legislation the end of the year was summed up with an eye to the future.


This was initially published in video format on Youtube (link below) on October 25, 2018. Due to a heavy work schedule at the end of the election cycle, it was not rendered for podcast format until now. We apologize for the delay. 


After attending the NY-22 debate held at Colgate University with Spectrum News, having heard Anthony Brindisi speak at 4 town halls including on 10/23 in Binghamton, several glaring conflicts need to be addressed. This video addresses some of them.



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In this special episode we provide the complete audio of the candidate forum held at the Tabernacle United Methodist Church located at 83 Main Street in Binghamton, NY. The 6 candidates are: incumbent State Senator Fred Akshar and his challenger Sharon Ball; incumbent Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo and her opponent Dorollo Nixon; and the incumbent Debbie Preston with her challenger Jason Garnar.

We strongly recommend review of for our article Candidate Forum at Tabernacle United Methodist in Binghamton NY which reviewed the event and may help keep context of all speakers at the event.


In the coming 2 weeks we expect top provide interviews with Binghamton Mayor Rich David, Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo, Broome County Executive candidate Jason Garnar, and a few more.

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