Jesse Ventura to Appear on RBN's 'AFP Hour' June 6
Former Minnesota Governor-turned-author Jesse Ventura will appear on 'The AFP Hour' the evening of Monday, June 6.
The show, regularly hosted by American Free Press Editor Mark Anderson, runs from 8 to 9 p.m. Central. Listeners are encouraged to spread the word widely and tune in at www.RepublicBroadcasting.org.
Anderson noted, 'Ventura will, among other things, discuss 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read, which is his latest book. A key topic will be a document that deals with the strange military standdown on 9-11-01, passed a few months before the terrorist attacks—a subject for which the government's official story has never made any sense.'
Anderson has interviewed Ventura on two previous occasions, including at a September 2008 press conference when Ventura spoke at then-presidential candidate Ron Paul's counter-convention in Minneapolis during his 2008 GOP candidacy.
Ventura is a staunch critic of America's stifling two-party system. He was elected to the Minnesota governorship as an independent candidate. That made waves politically across the nation.
The author of other books, Ventura has boosted his profile considerably with his noted TRU-TV documentary program, Conspiracy Theory.
'The AFP Hour' is broadcast Mondays thru Thursdays at 8 p.m. Central. AFP corresponding editor Pat Shannan hosts the show on Tuesdays.
Subscribe to American Free Press. Online subscriptions: One year of weekly editions—$15 plus you get a BONUS ELECTRONIC BOOK - HIGH PRIESTS OF WAR - By Michael Piper.
Print subscriptions: 52 issues crammed into 47 weeks of the year plus six free issues of Whole Body Health: $59 Order on this website or call toll free 1-888-699-NEWS .
Sign up for our free e-newsletter here - get a free gift just for signing up!
(Issue # 23, June 6, 2011)