Thursday, May 06, 2010

Daily Times Herald's Burns appears on Des Moines' radio Fallon Forum

Douglas Burns of the Carroll Daily Times Herald this week appeared on Ed and Lynn Fallon's radio program on 98.3 WOW-FM in Des Moines.

The one-hour political talk show focused on the gubernatorial race, western Iowa Congressman Steve King, immigration and the changing newspaper industry -- among other issues.

Click here for a link to the program. This link will take you right to the audio.

98.3 WOW FM's newest show The Fallon Forum with Ed and Lynn Fallon, Monday through Thursday 7:00-8:00PM!

Lynn Fallon was a stay-at-home mom for 14 years until returning to Grand View University to earn her degree in religion. In 2003 she helped establish The Connection Cafe, a free-meal program for the homeless, low-income and working poor in Des Moines . In 2006 she left to work with Ed in his gubernatorial campaign. She was campaign manager for his congressional campaign in 2008.

Ed Fallon worked a variety of jobs before running for public office, including farming, construction, landscaping, grave digger, peace activist, musician, music teacher and owner and operator of a bakery. He served fourteen years in the Iowa Legislature and ran for Governor in 2006 and Congress in 2008.

I'M for Iowa is a limited liability corporation set up by Lynn and Ed in 2006. The business structure provides a broader scope for social and political activism than is allowed under a non-profit structure. I'M for Iowa is supported by people who share Ed and Lynn's vision for progressive reform and who want to invest in their work.

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