Jerry Agar is one of the newest stars in talk radio. After many years as a disc jockey and music radio morning show host he turned to talk radio at WPTF in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Jerry Agar came to the attention of WABC Program Director Phil Boyce when he won the 2004 Rising Talk Star competition organized by Boyce and Radio and Records magazine. That win also prompted KMBZ, the major talk station in Kansas City to hire him for their midday show. Nine months later he took over their afternoon drive show.
Jerry is a featured columnist for Kansas City Business magazine and has published in a number of newspapers in America. As a legal immigrant from Canada he is often asked to participate in television debates on illegal immigration. Now he brings his witty style of intense debate to WABC. His show is about the issues of the day, with a conservative/libertarian view of how America should work, as he has actually read the Constitution.
For me I guess it will be like it is for an atheist on Christmas Day.
Congratulations and thanks to all who participated in the Tea Parties. A true grass roots movement is evident when almost every sign is handmade.
If I had a job I would send all of my money to the Illinois general fund. I do have savings but I have committed them to Washington. I really want to do my part.
Don’t you hate it when the referee steals the game from your team? A crucial call on the goal line robs your team of a touchdown when you can clearly see that your hero was over the white line.
Why can’t Obama “close the deal?” asks Hillary. She could better spend her time asking herself that question, but let's help her out.
I did not spend a moment today thinking about how to keep the black man down. Just another day. So stop telling me everything is my fault.
Gary David Goldberg tells us that adorable conservative Alex Keaton of the 80’s sitcom “Family Ties,” played by adorable liberal Michael J. Fox, would vote for Barack Obama today.
Our tongue-in-cheek wager based on the political fortunes of “your” nanny-stater, John Edwards, against “my” nanny-stater, Barack Obama was justifiably tweaked by some readers who want us to take on the leftward slide on the Republican side.
Your letter indicated that, as you have nanny-stater John Edwards in North Carolina and I have nanny-stater Barack Obama here in Illinois both running for president, we engage in a cross-country rivalry to see which of us can lose the biggest by having “our” candidate take the Democratic nomination.