There is great news for listeners of Mark Walters on the Armed American Radio program, who make the three-hour Sunday night show, because Walters launches a new daily power hour on April 6 on many of the Salem Communications stations that now carry the Sunday program.
The new show, Armed American Radio’s Daily Defense, will be produced by the United States Concealed Carry Association just as the Sunday show, said Walters, who got his start in the fight for gun rights after he was forced to draw his handgun to fend off an attacker coming as him and his daughter.
“This is truly groundbreaking programming,” he said. “I’m so excited about this new show and can’t wait to bring it to people who care about the right to bear arms and about the ever-present dangers to these rights.”
Walters said the new show will be most densely-packed hour in radio, focusing on gun-related news and politics, similar to the Sunday show, but with a quicker pace. The Sunday show’s producer and on-air sidekick, Sean “Seanto” Young, will also pull double duty, by joining the daily show in addition to the Sunday show.
“Separate but related, and all part of the Armed American Radio Network brand, the new show is an extension of our flagship Sunday evening national broadcast providing more daily topic flexibility,” he said.
For the last year, I have been a part of Armed American Radio as the show’s Washington editor and previously as a regular guest when I was the editor of the Guns & Patriots newsletter that is now a part of Bearing Arms.