Conservative commentator plans to ignite airwaves with provocative repartee
The man on the street can be heard when The Chuck Morse Speaks airs on the Information Radio Network Mon - Fri 10am - Noon ET.http://www.irnusaradio.com/index.php?id=194
Chuck Bates, General Manager of the IRN/USA Radio Network believes "Chuck is a good fit not only for our station, but for the nation." A self-described genuine, god-fearing, Jewish right-wing conservative, Morse hopes to bring the issues of the day into full view, unclouded by the "tyranny of political correctness."
A graduate of the school of hard knocks, Morse considers himself a self-educated thinker, able to provide a forum for creative thought and opinions. Having worked as a cab driver, waiter and loading dock laborer, Morse has a deep respect for the voice of the street. Morse attracts an intelligent and thoughtful audience of informed people hungering for the truth. Morse will tackle controversial issues and invite newsmakers and intellectuals on the airwaves.
Morse has authored twelve non-fiction books. http://t.co/oxZNlr94Fw His columns appear online on conservative web sites such as www.worldnetdaily.com, www.frontpagemagazine.com and www.enterstageright.com. For more information on his writings and ideas, go to http://awhigmanifesto.blogspot.com/
Morse lives in Boston, MA with his wife, a Boston attorney, and their daughter. He is a dedicated blues guitarist.