‘The Real Side with Joe Messina’ goes national, joins USA Network

‘The Real Side with Joe Messina’ goes national, joins USA Network

FOLU (Friend of Liberty Unyielding) Joe Messina, host of the conservative radio talk show “The Real Side” has hit the bigtime. His show will air nationally, on the USA Radio Networks, beginning January 26, 2015 at 9 p.m. to 12 midnight Pacific Time, 12 midnight to 3 a.m. Eastern Time on Channel 2. The program is the only conservative talk show broadcast live in that time slot.

“Now second and third shifters can continue a live engaging conversation about America with Joe Messina’s The Real Side,” said Tim Maranville, Chief Content Officer at Cross Platform Media Group, parent company to USA Radio Networks. “They deserve a straight shooter like Joe.”

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Joe is a no-nonsense, conservative realist. He is not interested in “what if?” or “we could have!” He is interested in hearing both sides and has no problem taking on taboo issues with real questions looking for real answers. Race, religion, racism, and politics are all open season for topics on the show.

Podcasts of the show will still be available for non-night owls at The Real Side website.

The LU family wishes Joe all the best in his new and well-deserved gig.

LU Staff

LU Staff

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