Tulsi Gabbard Interview

Tulsi Gabbard and Justin Brady in WHO Radio Studios

Moments into my interview with Presidential Candidate and Congresswoman from Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard, I knew she was different than many of the politicians in Washington DC. She is guided by her own set of ethics and doesn’t seem to be … Continued

Letters To Elon.

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We introduced a new segment on The Justin Brady Show on Saturday, called “Letters To Elon.” Every week, I’ll write a new letter to Elon Musk about how impressed and proud I am of his accomplishments and I’ll post them … Continued

Just Call Me A Conservative Leftist Hack

If you face anger from both sides — welcome to the lonely political center and the subject of my newest article for The Des Moines Register. I never imagined starting in radio, and I also never imagined having my own … Continued

John Hickenlooper In Iowa For WHO Radio Interview

John Hickenlooper in Iowa with Justin Brady in WHO Radio studio

Governor John Hickenlooper in Iowa to campaign was the perfect excuse to get some air time with him in the WHO Radio studios. We discussed breaking up big companies, socialism, and abortion among other things. This interview is a great … Continued

How Does The National Guard Prepare For Flooding?

iowa national guard

How does the Iowa National Guard prepare for flooding and other natural disasters? Also, do they report to Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, The President? Both? I ask Iowa National Guard, Major Randall Stanford. We also discuss how the employment logistics … Continued

Congressman David Young Discusses Political Animosity

USA Flag

  I don’t care what party you claim if you’re an independent or even a fake independent, thinking the label grants you objective status. Political animosity and character assassination just to score political points is inappropriate. I ask Former Congressman … Continued

Des Moines’ Iconic Flag Making A Comeback

Des Moines City Flag

  If you’ve noticed the classic Des Moines flag appearing in yards, on cars, lapel pins, winter hats, and everywhere else, it’s not your imagination, Iowa couple Mason and Emily Kessinger are bringing back this iconic city flag in full … Continued

The Case For Paper Note-Taking

paper note-taking

In this electronic age, paper note-taking for meetings and classes reigns supreme and Texas schools have taken a major step by making cursive writing mandatory for 2nd-grade students going into 3rd grade. Dr. W.R. (Bill) Klemm, Senior Professor of Neuroscience at Texas … Continued

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