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Tim King, Live Tonight on Air Amarteifio Radio

7:00 p.m. West Coast... 10:00 p.m. EST.

Ruthann Amarteifio and Tim King
Ruthann Amarteifio and Tim King

(LOS ANGELES) - Tim King of will be a guest tonight on Air Amarteifio Radio with Ruthann Amarteifio.

On tonight's program:

Lisa Goodman,, talks about her up-coming book, "Madness in the Magnolias". Who was really behind the 1972 shooting of presidential candidate George Wallace? Was it the Nixon Assasination Team? What presidents were connected to this? Using recently uncovered info, Lisa builds a case you'll not want to miss!

Tim King, news editor at, tells of how he and his wife, Bonnie, started an on-line news source that has over 100 journalists from 22 countries. The joys and trials of juggling the people and the events----How their mission has expanded over the years. Inspiring!


In a time when openness and truth are at a premium, we are dedicated to bringing you both! Our line-up includes The Socialist Insight w/ Stewart Alexander (6-7 p.m Central, Monday)---Liahona Times-Compass w/ Apprentice Aleph Tau Vinbeazel (7-8 P.M. Central, Monday)----Gather Round w/ Ruthann Amarteifio (8-9 p.m. Central, Wednesday)----Thirty Minutes w/ Michael Staples (9-9:30 p.m.Central, Wednesday)----The Green Egg Radio Show w/ Ariel Monserat & Sylveey Selu (6 p.m. Central, Thursday)-----Feed Your Head w/Ruthann Amarteifio (8-10 p.m. Central, Friday)---Check local time at

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