Craig Johnson aka “Brother Craig the Hatchet Man” is the popular on-air personality of conservative talk radio program “The REALLY, Real, Deal with Brother Craig the Hatchet Man” and features the people and the things that make America great. The program airs on on 1140AM / 96.1FM WRVA Richmond, VA, 6am – 7am Sundays, and
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Jennifer Marshall drops by and shares “The REALLLY, Real, Deal with Brother Craig the Hatchet Man” on Chic-Fil-A head, Dan Cathy’s, pro-family views and the media firestorm that has misconstrued the organization’s family-friendly stand. Jennifer heads the Heritage Foundation’s Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society think tank, examining the role that
Join the forum on educational reform with Heritage analyst, Lindsey Burke. Lindsey researches and writes on federal and state education issues as a policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation. Burke’s research has been cited by “The Washington Post”, “The Wall Street Journal” and Fox News. She has also been quoted in Time and Newsweek, among
Dear Friends, Please read this excellent and very insightful article, “Can We Not Hear Them”, written by an anonymous American. However, this American is not anonymous to me. He is a truly great American patriot who has spent many years serving our great nation in many capacities with his highly developed intellect and analytical skills.
Bro. Craig makes hits it hard with enlightenment on the top stories, making it plain and simple to understand. Topics include: The tragic Texas school shooting. Is it internal changes to hearts and minds we need – or external control? The horror of female boxing; Who owns Jerusalem – Jews or Muslims; and The so-called royal wedding
“That’s brilliant, Brother Craig”. – Dinesh D’Zousa “Bro. Craig’s show is an exciting, program to our talk radio line-up. We feel it’s very appropriate to have the President of the First Amendment, Inc., a part of our programming . . . . Bro. Craig’s take on free-market enterprise and conservatism adds diversity to our programming.”–