Larry Elder: The Sage of South Central

 

Libertarian talk show host and best selling author Larry Elder, “The Sage Of South Central,” joins us at Whiskey Politics and tears it up! Larry is heard on over 300 radio stations on the Salem Media Network and is regularly featured on all major television news networks. Larry shares his thoughts on states rights, health care, Trump’s first six months, the media’s double standards and bias, his touching story from his book Dear Father, Dear Son about reconciliation with his Father. Of course, it’s Larry Elder, so we finished up with his outrage once again targeting O.J. Simpson, the response from the black community and what, if anything, has improved with race relations in the past 20 years.

Taped at Freedom Fest with the great Hyperion Knight in the background playing piano. Please subscribe to Whiskey Politics at YouTube and our audio podcasts at iTunesStitcher or GooglePlay where your 5-star rating would be appreciated! (iTunes especially!) In: Little Green Bag, George Baker Selection. Out: Way Back Home Jr. Walker & The Allstars (Larry Elder’s Theme Song). Produced by Praemonitus Communications, pictures by Thompson Clicks Photos.

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  1. Goldwaterwoman Thatcher
    Goldwaterwoman
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    Despite hearing him on the radio only a few times, I had no idea Larry Elder was black.  The few occasions I listened to him he always made sense, and today’s podcast proved it in spades. Thank you Dave. 

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  2. Nicegrizzly Inactive
    Nicegrizzly
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    I found the story about his father fascinating.

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  3. Randy Weivoda Moderator
    Randy Weivoda
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    Thank you for these interviews, Dave.

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  4. Judge Mental Member
    Judge Mental
    @JudgeMental

    Something weird going on; I stopped getting alerts for these even though I did get one for the “Smart” post.  So I’m catching up.

    I like Larry Elder for the same reason I like Steyn, and for that matter Milton Friedman.  Not just the arguments, but the fact that they are unfailingly delivered with good cheer.  Truly Happy Warriors.

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