Conservative, not bitter

Ask the average person to use an adjective to describe talk radio, and you might cringe at what you hear.

Angry. Hateful. Divisive. Racist. I’ll leave it to you to decide whether or not this is accurate, but it is unfortunately the impression some have about the powerful yet often misunderstood medium of talk radio. But it doesn’t have to be that way. And my brand of talk radio demonstrates that every single day.

Talk radio can be entertaining without being hateful. It can be thought-provoking and challenging without alienating fair-minded listeners. But it has to be done with a deep respect for the audience and a strong reverence for the concept of Christian love for our fellow man. We can disagree without being disagreeable. And we can stand for our beliefs without trying to personally destroy our opponents.

Do we have fun? Yes. Do we make fun of liberals? Of course - but it’s always in good fun. Yes, I use exaggeration, hyperbole, metaphors, and parodies. But I also mean what I say; and I would never violate the trust of my listeners, who along with our advertisers, are ultimately who make this program possible.

So let me encourage you to consider advertising with my brand of conservative, not bitter talk radio. I think you’ll be glad you did.

 

The Show

Todd Huff Radio plays Monday-Friday. We do, on occasion, take vacations, holidays, and time off. Current episode length is 55 minutes, but our original episodes range in length from 30-45 minutes (on average).

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 DSC8781Todd Huff, host of Todd Huff Radio

A Conservative Christian who wants to see America return to her Constitutional roots

I'm a lifelong Hoosier. And I believe in good, old-fashioned, common sense American values. I love my country, my family, and my God.

I'm a Constitutional Conservative. I have a deep respect for Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Winston Churchill, Milton Friedman, WIlliam F. Buckley, Thomas Sowell, and the Founding Fathers. I'm an avid listener of Rush Limbaugh, and I greatly admire Mark Levin.

I'm a Christian and have been ever since Jesus saved me in 1993 at FCA football camp in Marshall, Indiana. I believe the Bible is His Holy Word, and that Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life.