07 November, 2016

Join Dave Allen And I Live This Friday 11 November On WSCW Radio 1410 AM

You're invited to participate in the  "Dave Allen Live!" show this Friday, 11 November, at 10AM when I am Dave's guest on WSCW radio, 1410 AM and WSCWAM.com.

Dave says he wants to discuss election results and social issues. 

Joseph Higginbotham has written hundreds of articles and columns for dozens of magazines, journals and newspapers and has appeared as a guest on such talk radio shows as Tri-State Talk with Mayor Bobby Nelson, The Mike Queen Show, The Jack Pattie Show, The Sue Wiley Show, The Eddie Cooper Show, The Tom Roten Morning Show and others.
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