Former State Senator and API director of policy strategy Phil Williams served as guest host on the Dale Jackson Show on September 6th.

During the two-hour show, Williams detailed his disagreement with the decision of the Executive Committee of the ALGOP to call for Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s removal from the House of Representatives, noting that first amendment protections include all opinions, regardless of content. Williams also discussed the I-10 bridge and the funding of Trump’s border wall with Mexico.

To listen, click the links below.

Hour 1 – https://bit.ly/2kqEadu 

Hour 2 – https://bit.ly/2lEB1aa


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