Help Dr. Laurie Roth Go Live on National Radio

Barb Wire

Many of you may have read some of my articles and perhaps listened to one of my radio shows over the years. I have been a commentator and national radio talk show host since 2001 and seen our nation go through a tidal wave of ups and downs as you have.

Since 1995, I have been nearly destroyed several times. First, back in 1994-1995 I was a victim of crime and forced into bankruptcy, abruptly stopping my rising music and singing career. Out of the ruins I finished my Ph.D. at Oregon State University and started building my national radio show with USA Radio Network.

Things were going great and my show was growing huge until August 2005 when I was nearly killed by my ‘now famous’ motorcycle wreck. I had to learn to walk again, talk again, think again and figure out how to write my articles and even see the news with endless double vision. I learned to live with this and have it to this day. It took everything from me and I had to restart my life, career and national radio show from scratch.

I was off the air for 10 months recovering in 2005. When things were bad enough, it got worse, the CEO of USA Radio Network died of a massive heart attack. Unbeknownst to me, this would quickly end any momentum and growth my radio show had. Two highly compromised men who used the network as a front for their gold and silver business bought the network. It went down down and down as I struggled to survive. They moved and tried to kill my show by moving it to late night. I didn’t die. Shockingly, my Alexa rating stayed stunningly high during this time so I know I had an audience and readership of some kind.

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It didn’t take long before the evil owners were sued off the planet and authorities went after them. The network was put up for sale and those of us still barely alive and airing on the network waited and prayed.

Just a few months ago USA Radio was finally bought by Cross Platform Media Group and they have been cleaning house, putting the fallen walls back up and positioning shows they have kept to go out in a big and right way. I was offered an amazing chance to go 9-12pm PST each day…live. After years of struggle, I am most humbled and grateful for a real chance to grow my show again but I need your help to do it.

I need to get a piece of equipment to send my show to the Network headquarters. Not having a salary for so long I do not have the money to buy it so I am putting the word out

Please post your donation at: http://www.gofundme.com/Help-the-Roth-Show

For the last 15 years, I have broken stories, stood up for our Constitution, freedom and the truth, no matter what. The America and God haters have hit back hard but I have continued the best I can. One of my liberal listeners from Cleveland had this to say about me; “We all know who you really are Dr. Roth…We all know you are the Antichrist.” My response: “That is Dr. Antichrist to you.” I was thrilled to be nominated in 2010 by CPAC for the Ronald Reagan Award for breaking a huge national story about Obama and William Ayers.

Would you please help me get back to you live again by posting a donation at my Go Fund Me Page and spread the word? http://www.gofundme.com/Help-the-Roth-Show

Thank you from my heart

Your host,

Laurie Roth

www.therothshow.com

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Dr. Laurie Roth
Dr. Laurie Roth hosts a popular and growing national radio talk show called The Roth Show. It airs from 7-10pm PAC Mon-Friday www.therothshow.com. She is known as ‘The Annie Oakley of the Airwaves’ a name given her by her listeners and is also a regularly published commentator and speaker at conservative conferences. In 2010 Laurie was nominated for the Ronald Reagan Award by CPAC for breaking a national story on Obama and his many connections with William Ayers.

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