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During a discussion on a Duke University student, who was recently outed as a porn star, on American Family Radio, Ruse said that women's studies programs and sex education are 'toxic stew of the modern university', the Huffington Post reported.
uses its substantial budget to run the American Family Radio Network and a far-right online news network called OneNewsNow, in addition to its monthly AFA Journal.
Eastern on the American Family Radio network, independent radio stations, and online at www.
Lott on American Family Radio the day after the Republicans won control of Congress.
Currently, there is vast growth in the national NPR audience and faster growth in religious networks like American Family Radio, with its 194 stations, eighteen affiliates, and applications, for hundreds more pending with the FCC.
Beginning at the CBA convention on July 9, 2007 in Atlanta, Raven Moon will kick-off a major media campaign with radio interviews for Gina D[R] at stations like: American Family Radio, Family Life Today, Family Net Radio (Sirius Satellite), Focus on the Family, HomeWord with Jim Burns, Janet Parshall's America, Campus Crusade Women Today, K-LOVE, MBN Midday Connection, Today's Issues, USA Radio Network, AP radio, KSBJ (Houston) KBRT (Orange County), KCBI (Dallas), KFAX (San Francisco), KFIA (Sacramento), KGFT (Colorado Springs), WAVA (Washington, D.
Financial Issues Live is featured on American Family Radio and Bott Radio Networks, in addition to many other independent radio stations.
Eric Bearse, a spokesman for The Response who formerly worked as Perry's communications director, told American Family Radio, which is run by the AFA, that the rally would be evangelistic in tone.