Published on Friday, 13 May 2011 09:03
Charles Butler, the conservative political talk show host, will be debuting his new radio show on WIND-AM this weekend. Butler's new program, "Think About It This Way with Charles Butler" will air from 6:00pm-7:00pm each Saturday, beginning tomorrow, May 14th.
From August, 2007 until earlier this month, Charles Butler hosted a talk show on WVON-AM each weekday evening from 7:00pm-10:00pm called "The Other Side with Charles Butler." The extreme conservative views were often at odds with what the WVON-AM listeners were used to hearing, but still made for compelling radio. Butler plans to continue that type of show now on WIND-AM.
"Think About It This Way with Charles Butler" plans to be a high energy, fast moving, thought provoking show, with a touch of levity mixed in. His topics will focus on current political, educational, economic issues that affect African-Americans, and all Americans, from a conservative Republican perspective. Butler looks to have plenty of guests join him from the Heritage Foundation and the Republican National Committee, as well as politicians and government officials from Illinois and around the country.
Although the show is premiering tomorrow exclusively on the Salem Communications-owned WIND-AM 560, plans are already under way to syndicate the show to conservative-leaning Salem Communications radio stations in other markets.
Often asked to speak at political events, Butler has been involved with and working alongside the Republican Party for over 25 years. He is also a Senior Fellow at The New Coalition for Economic and Social Change, a Chicago-based nonprofit organization devoted to advancing conservative multiculturalism.
In addition to his political work, Charles Butler also works in the Financial Services industry. Since January, 2000, he has been a Managing Partner for the BuTen Group, a company that provides financial advice and insurance/annuity products to senior level executives and high net worth individuals, along with IT networking projects.
Butler is a graduate of both the University of Michigan and the University of Southern California. He currently lives in Chicago.