09 Aug 2011 Project 21’s Cherylyn Harley LeBon Serves as Substitute Host for G. Gordon Liddy’s Syndicated Talk Show August 9
Washington, D.C. – Project 21 member Cherylyn Harley LeBon will guest-host for syndicated talk radio host G. Gordon Liddy on Tuesday, August 9.
“I look forward to guest-hosting for G. Gordon Liddy,” said LeBon. “It is an honor to fill in for him, and we have an exciting line-up of guests and a variety of topics to cover on Tuesday.”
LeBon’s selection as a substitute host on the August 9 program came after she was a guest on Liddy’s show on August 4 to discuss the conviction of an NAACP official in Mississippi for vote fraud and the need for increased ballot integrity.
Scheduled to appear with LeBon during her August 9 hosting is Project 21 Fellow Deneen Borelli, who will discuss her recent Daily Caller column about how America’s weak economy is beginning to affect its moral structure. Another scheduled guest is author and blogger Elizabeth Blackney, who will talk about vaccination regulations and other important back-to-school issues (LeBon wrote about environmentalist efforts to ban the antibacterial agent triclosan and the threat that poses to schoolroom safety for Project 21 earlier this year). Other scheduled guests include Mark Pfeifle of S4 Inc. to talk about declining defense spending and author Joseph Klein on the recent violence in Norway and the rising Islamic influence there.
Liddy’s show, heard nationwide over the Radio America network, airs live from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM eastern. More information about the show and the network can be found at http://www.liddyshow.com and http://www.radioamerica.org.
LeBon, a member of Project 21 for over 15 years, has appeared on behalf of Project 21 this year in print and on-air in venues such as Jim Bohannon’s syndicated radio show, WBZ-Boston, WVON-Chicago, KOA-Denver, the Miami Times, Philadelphia Tribune and Indianapolis Recorder. She is also a contributor to the Fox News Channel.
Project 21, a leading voice of black conservatives since 1992, is sponsored by the National Center for Public Policy Research (http://www.nationalcenter.org).