October 18, 2021

KID Newsradio 92.1 Talk Show Host Steph Lucas (Photo Credit: Steph Lucas)

Radio Talk Show Host Steph Lucas provided numerous examples of leftist media bias and detailed how conservative talk radio is pushing back on false narratives and propaganda during her speech at the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer hosted Liberty Dinner held on Saturday, October 16, in Pocatello.  Her detailed comments illustrated to the audience the methods used by the so-called, “legacy media” to misdirect the public in favor of a progressive, leftist, agenda.  Those in attendance were able to see first-hand how her knowledge of history and her aggressive interview skills allow her to identify and challenge those seeking to advance statements designed to obfuscate people rather than enlighten them.  Steph can be heard on KID NewsRadio 92.1 every weekday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Following the dinner, John Crowder, Publisher of the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer announced that next month’s speaker will be Candidate for Idaho’s 2nd Congressional District Bryan Smith, who will be discussing his run to replace current Congressman Mike Simpson.

The Liberty Dinner Series is a monthly event, scheduled on the third Saturday of each month.  The series gives attendees an opportunity to connect with others who share their values and concerns, enjoy a meal, and hear from a speaker engaged in the fight to preserve and/or restore freedoms for Idahoans.  The dinners are hosted by the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer and are held at Mountain Valley Baptist Church, 202 S. 7th Avenue in Pocatello.

Past speakers have included the founders of Reconnect SE Idaho, Representatives Ron Nate, Priscilla Giddings & Dorothy Moon, Anna K. Miller of the Idaho Freedom Foundation, and Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin.  Topics have ranged from How One Person Can Make a Difference to Tax Relief and Social Justice Indoctrination in Education.

Reservations are required to attend the dinners.

To learn more about the Liberty Dinner Series, contact Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer Publisher John Crowder at jcrowder27@hotmail.com.


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