Willet Missouri takes you to the dark room where no one is allowed; the "on air" studio of Conservative Talk Show hosts. Rocky Ralston, a talk show icon in a small Texas town, shot to fame soon after the election of Barack Obama, as Americans relied on conservative talk show hosts to tell "the truth" of politics. Dark Talk is story of a radio station that hid the truth, instead of telling it. More
Dark Talk is a peak behind the radio talk show world most people never see. What you hear over the conservative talk show radio waves is not always what is real. The man behind the mic is as motivated by the need to be loved and listened to as the politicians he is railing about. In the small Texas town of Abilene, Rocky Ralston is caught up in the wave of the Texas Republican Tea Party's campaigning for a new president; one that will not sell them down river, or turn their lives as they know it into socialism. These are historic times, and the grass roots good folks of this small Texas listening crowd believe Rocky will lead them to a better life. But Rocky has his own agenda, and suddenly, his "agenda" takes over him. This short book, written by Willet Missouri is fictional. But you will see someone you know, in every character.
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