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A Libertarian Television Show - Almost A Reality

Just got this heads-up from Daniel Kamerling…

Dear Libertarian activists,

Thank you so much! Because of your support, the show “Freedom Watch” is finally being considered for an open time slot on Fox news. You know what that means? A Libertarian television show would be on mainstream media! Finally a show that reflects the attitudes and opinions of people like you and I who care about personal and economic liberties.

Right now there is an open time slot and Judge Andrew Napolitano’s show, “Freedom Watch” has been put forth as a possible filler for it. But, there’s one stipulation. I just got off the phone with the producer and I heard they will make the decision so we need to bump up the number of views on the show as much as we can, AND we need as many people as possible to write an email to Fox to request it get on air. Can you please help?

Here’s the link to the show:


It’s time for the Libertarians to go MAINSTREAM!

Send them an email here and we can get this show on air!


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  1. May 21st, 2009 at 20:14 | #1

    That sounds awesome. Start sending the emails everyone!

  2. Dave
    May 22nd, 2009 at 12:23 | #2

    I’m concerned that Fox News would have influence over the topics and direction of the show. In other words, I’m afraid putting Freedom Watch on Fox News might restrict the show’s freedom.

  3. Dave
    May 22nd, 2009 at 15:01 | #3

    I’d take time to watch this with my employees during work hours!

  4. May 26th, 2009 at 18:08 | #4

    That’s certainly a consideration… Fox News does have a bad habit of nudging their programs to hint at their own particular biases (Just like every other ‘News Source’ unfortunately)… But surely this would be better than it not existing?

  5. October 22nd, 2009 at 18:54 | #5

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  6. Kevin
    January 21st, 2010 at 20:56 | #6

    Yes, you all, Fox is dishonest. But they are LESS dishonest than the loony-left networks. And they’ve already allowed RedEye to air late night. They also covered some Ron Paul, and while they did trash him in a sneaky way-they at least covered him and gave him air time. People will tune into Freedom Watch and some will see through Fox’s efforts to steer it, and some wont!