Andrew Wilkow is the host of “The Wilkow Majority” on Sirius XM Patriot, “Wilkow” on CRTV, and a long time good friend of ours at the podcast. It’s now become tradition that every year at Emmett O’Lunney’s in Times Square, New York City, he hosts a Veteran’s Day event benefiting different grassroots charities in the community. This year, the money is going to Operation Chillout, Wishes for Warriors, Stop Soldier Suicide, Horses for Heroes, and American Warrior Initiative. You’ll hear all about what each of them do on this episode. The way it works is that there is going to be a vet ride of bikers from Harley Davidson in Hope, NJ to the bar for the event. If you want to ride, you just need to give a $30 minimum donation which also gets you a shirt, and you can sign up right now for that through Eventbrite. For you non-bikers, be at the bar for the Voices of Veterans broadcast from 1-4 PM EST on November 11th, and long-sleeve shirts will be available there for a minimum $25 donation (that is if any are left by than!) Now, for those of you outside of the area, you can still donate and get a limited shirt through Andrew’s webstore.
Of course, we also get into some other talk while Andrew joins us in studio. We talk about the midterm elections, and the problems we see in today’s mainstream media. We touch on a recent Newsrep article of some disturbing war crime allegations against the Navy SEALs by writer Stavros Atlamazoglou. Also, Andrew tells a great bar fight story about CJ Ramone from Chiller Theatre in New Jersey that you won’t want to miss.