Thursday, May 06, 2010
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.