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CRF Radio with Ava Aston

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Steve and I are psyched to welcome an old friend back to CRF Radio tomorrow night, independent recording artist, songwriter, actress and PolitiChick Ava Aston. As I’ve noted many times here on my blog, Ava and I first met back in 2009 when she was busy putting together a video for her excellent single We The People, an anthem to the American spirit and American exceptionalism. She graciously included some of my photos and footage of various Tea Party events in the video, including the first march on Washington D.C. in September, 2009. Since then, We The People has struck a chord with patriotic Americans nationwide who are working hard for a return to the Constitutional principles that have made the United States of America the greatest nation in the history of the world.

Over the years, Ava has been persistently and diligently pursuing her dream of musical success. As an up and coming artist with constitutional conservative values and a firm belief that culture drives politics, she contributes parody videos to PolitiChicks.TV, sings the National Anthem at various events in the New York/New Jersey area and actively engages her fan base on social media. Ava’s latest project involves the VeeWall Vocal Performance Contest, which offers a cash prize of $100,000 to one lucky winner. With just two days to go, the competition is fierce but you can help a talented patriot out by visiting VeeWall.com and voting for Ava.

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Here’s Ava in her own words:

My desire is to spread an authentic positive message people can connect with through my music and spirit. I believe my purpose is to give to people through the talent God blessed me with.

I plan to travel the world sharing music, love, hope and help to those in need.

In a culture gone to excess and depravity, Ava is a shining example of authentic talent, class and beauty. Attractive, sexy, alluring and fashionable, she proves it’s possible to hold onto your values yet still appeal to a broader market. I don’t support her simply because she shares my political and spiritual beliefs — I support her because she possesses a genuine gift for music, lyric-writing and performing. If culture equals politics — and it most certainly does — Ava is a culture warrior worthy of all the recognition and support we can give her. And really, it’s just a simple click and vote. Let’s put her over the top!

Watch and listen to the lovely ballad and video, I Carry You With Me, the song Ava submitted for the VeeWall Contest:

On Saturday, April 27 at 6 p.m. Eastern, tune in to CRF Radio with Steve and me, and our special guest Ava Aston. We’ll chat with her about her thoughts on how culture drives politics, the challenges of making it big in the music scene, and of course, her efforts to win the VeeWall Contest.

As always, the phone lines and chat room will be open for your calls and participation. Join us!

Visit AvaAston.com, like Ava Aston on Facebook and follow her on Twitter @AvaAston.

Check out these great parody videos:

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CRF Radio with Generals Thomas McInerney and Paul Vallely

CRFNewLogoTune in to CRF Radio, sponsored by Dadgum Right, this Saturday March 23 at 6 p.m. Eastern when Steve and I welcome two distinguished, returning guests, Generals Thomas McInerney and Paul Vallely:

This week your hosts welcome retired USAF Lt. General Thomas McInerney and US Army Major General & Stand Up America US chairman Paul E. Vallely back to the show. /The generals will deliver their unvarnished take on the confirmations of John Kerry, Chuck Hagel and John Brennan, as well as, what’s happening with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood government, Israel, North Korea’s saber rattling and whatever else can be fit into two informative segments.

Listeners are invited and encouraged to call-in to 347-637-1121 with comments and questions.

Join us for what promises to be a hard-hitting, informative show with two knowledgeable guests who never pull any punches in the fight for liberty and the preservation of our national security. And don’t forget to bookmark and visit our awesome new sponsor Dadgum Right for a daily dose of politically incorrect humor and comic relief from fellow patriots and champions of the US Constitution. You can also follow Zook on twitter @ImpeachTheIdiot.

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CRF Radio Announces New Sponsor, Dadgum Right!

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Last night on CRF Radio Steve and I announced our new sponsor for the 2013 broadcast season, Dadgum Right and proprietors @ImpeachTheIdiot and Redbone. We are so thrilled and thankful that they have agreed to keep us on the air for the next year and encourage everyone to support their excellent website

During last night’s show, we also talked about CPAC, sequestration, “Wacko Birds”, Obamacare and so much more. If you missed us, click below to listen:

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My favorite speech at CPAC? Sarah Palin of course, whose comedic timing and brilliant use of relevant props rocked the house while effectively conveying the conservative message:

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Save CRF Radio!

CRFNewLogoI never post appeals for money or sponsorship on my blog, but after Steve made the announcement last night that our sponsor of the last two years is not renewing this year, I thought I’d reach out to my readers and listeners.

First, a little history about CRF Radio. It all started in May of 2009, when my then-Facebook friend (I still hadn’t met him in real life) Steven Rosenblum, asked me if I would like to co-host a political talk show with him. At that point, I’d been co-hosting with the awesome Premo Mondone of Red State Town Hall and the wonderful Stephen Rhodes of The Republican Temple. One day, Premo asked me if I could fly solo as he had a family commitment that conflicted with the next Red State Town Hall broadcast. Although I was really nervous (it would be the first time I’d host a show alone), I thought it would be a great opportunity to break out of my comfort zone, so I accepted Premo’s offer.

Prior to going live, I contacted several friends, including Steve, to appeal to them to call in to the show to opine and debate on whatever political/cultural issue was on their mind. Steve ended up calling in, and although I don’t even remember the conversation we had on the air, we immediately “clicked” professionally. That prompted him to want to start his own show, with me as co-host, using a back-and-forth type of format where we’d mention a topic and then give each other the chance to offer our individual take on the air. Once I accepted his invitation, I knew it would only be a matter of time before I’d have to give up something else.

RedStateTalkRadioEventually, I moved on from both Red State Town Hall and The Republican Temple to focus my energy on this new show with Steve, who like me, lived in South Florida. Some time later, Conservative Republican Forum became CRF Radio and a proud member of the Red State Talk Radio Network when Premo launched that effort — which has been an invaluable tool in gaining exposure for our show, now a Featured BTR Host. Additionally, thanks to Premo’s outstanding work the Red State Talk Radio Network was recently named Tops in Talk.

Over the years, Steve and I have interviewed some exceptional guests including Mike Cutler, Greg Gutfeld, Mike Baker, Michelle Malkin, Lt. General Thomas McInerney, Major General Paul Vallely, Jedediah Bila, Ava Aston, Stephen K. Bannon, Harriet Parke, Kevin Scholla and Ellen Karis. We appreciate everyone who’s taken the time to join us on the air and our loyal listeners, who have tuned in week after week either during the live broadcast or in the archives.

Neither one of us has made a dime for our efforts over the past four years, which have certainly been difficult for both of us financially. Our main goal with CRF Radio is to influence to the extent we are able, our own little corner of the world; to educate, inform and hopefully persuade others to fight for our country and constitution. All we’re asking for is a little help in covering the costs of a Premium BTR Membership so we can stay on the air. Especially now that we’re a Featured Host, we’d really really love to continue delivering the very best programming possible.

If you know of any business owner, host or individual who might be willing to sponsor us, please contact me. Steve and I thank you for your continued support!

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Join Steve and me for CRF Radio Tonight, 6 p.m. Eastern!

CRFNewLogoLooks like it’s just us tonight, listeners. We have no guests lined up, which means Steve and I are free to rant — good thing, because I’ve got plenty to opine about this week, beginning with my time in the infamous twitter gulag. If we have time and if the listeners will  indulge me, I might also get a few things off my chest about the rampant anti-Catholic bigotry that has been on naked display ever since the Pope announced his resignation. And I’m not just talking about from those on the Left, though as usual, they take the prize for the most depraved. Both factions of the anti-Catholic crowd have one thing in common though: they don’t seem to know much about the church that is actually true, including the fact that if not for The Knights of Malta courageously waging a three-month battle with the Muslims who sought to conquer Europe, Christianity and Western Civilization might have died an untimely death back in 1565.

Judging from the twitter hashtags he’s been using to promote the show, Steve also wants to talk about the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition (gee, I wonder why? ;) ), racism (no doubt prompted by the “congratulatory” tweets Herman Cain received from Lefties after his Fox News announcement, and Dr. Ben Carson’s twitter “welcome”) and my friend Resa’s favorite topic, political castration (perhaps a nod to the twitter gulag). Anyway, we hope you’ll tune in.

As always, your calls are welcome at (347) 637-1121 as is your participation in the live chat. Join us tonight at 6 p.m. Eastern for CRF Radio!

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