Dan Wos is the author of two books: Good Gun Bad Guy: Behind The Lies of the Anti-Gun Radical, and his latest edition, Good Gun Bad Guy: Destroying the Anti-Gun Narrative. Both of Dan’s books destroy the anti-gun Left and exposes all their lies and propaganda.
Dan is an American entrepreneur, real estate investor, musician and NRA member.
Ginger Gilbert Ravella is the co-author of Hope Found. She is a military wife and Gold Star widow, mother of five, stepmother of two, writer and international speaker.
At 36 years old, she faced the sudden tragic loss of her college-sweetheart husband in Operation Iraqi Freedom and the horrors that quickly followed. Her late husband, Major Troy Gilbert, an Air Force F-16 pilot, gave his life while saving over twenty Special Operation soldiers, defining a true American war hero. His remains were tragically stolen by the enemy but led to the most captivating story of recovery is unprecedented in U.S. military history.
He left behind five beautiful children, all under the age of 9 years old.
Ginger’s openly genuine testimony of wrestling with God in the midst of despair and depression resonates with those who question their faith in the face of tragedy. Her private pain became front-page news time and time again over an amazing ten-year journey. She shares her heart-wrenching story of loss, perseverance and hope.
Ginger has appeared in venues such as “The O’Reilly Factor”, “Fox and Friends News”, TIME Magazine, “CNN’s The Lead with Jake Tapper”, The Golf Channel, USA Today, Air Force Times, Gary Sinise documentary “Lt. Dan Band – For the Common Good”, Stars and Stripes, NRA TV documentary with Lee Brice “This is My Cause”, CMT News, PGA Magazine, Texas Tech University Alumni Magazine and numerous national radio interviews.
Ginger is the Director of the Speakers Bureau for Folds of Honor, a non-profit charity whose mission is to raise educational funds for fallen and wounded soldiers’ families. She is an international speaker and author devoted to her passion for God, her love for family and her patriotism for country.
She is remarried to another widower, Colonel (USAF Ret) Jim Ravella, who lost his wife to breast cancer. Together they have written an inspirational memoir titled “Hope Found”, published by WestBow Press in May 2017. They document their stories of suffering, the lessons they learned and the path to finding joy again. Their personal mission is to encourage anyone who seeks reconciliation and peace when life hurts and doesn’t make sense. Ginger and Jim currently reside in San Antonio, TX with their children.
Irina Baroness von Behr – Republican Candidate for U.S. Congress, AZ District 9, in 2018.
Irina is not your typical candidate. She is not part of the establishment, but she is also no stranger to working with the government at all levels. She can bring unity to our broken Congress and will pass legislation that is good for the many, not just the few at the top, or the bottom, of our economic scale. Irina believes in our Constitution and will fiercely defend it in Congress. Irina is a Republican running in a blue district to take a seat held by a Democrat, Kyrsten Sinema, for the last 3 terms. She knows that her vote in Congress will count for everyone across the nation. As we found out very recently, one vote can make or break a bill.
Irina is a self-described middle-class Army brat, with a rich and unique heritage. From Irina, “My father was a black man from the south side of Chicago, who served in a segregated military during WWII. He met my mother while stationed in Europe.
My mother came from a family of Czechoslovakian Nobility. However, between the Nazi invasion during the war and the Russian occupation after the war, my mother’s family lost everything except our title. Consequently, they had to learn how to survive and how to rebuild, just like my father did when he was growing up. That is why I am so passionate about fighting for what is right, and why I love this country. In fact, during my time in the airlines I received a rank of First Lieutenant and a medal from the Department of Defense for volunteering to transport American troops into the war zone during Desert Storm. My father, a 20-year Veteran and 10-years civil servant in military intelligence, was very proud that I decided to serve our great nation during the Gulf War. Even though I was his only child going into harm’s way, he understood the calling that I could not ignore.
I am the last surviving member of my family on both sides. That is how I inherited my title and family name and that is why I hold onto it so dearly. However, my husband and I are middle-class. We live in the same 2,000 square foot house in Tempe that I purchased 26 years ago when I moved to Arizona. We work, pay bills, and serve our community. Prior to getting married I worked in the airline industry for 30 years. When I got married I became a housewife and have been for the past 19 years. However, I remained active in the community. I served as Vice President of my HOA for several years and I ran for Tempe City Council in 2016. So, I am no stranger to politics in CD9. However, my global travel gave me more exposure to international affairs.
My rather unique and rich heritage of slavery and nobility has made me a fierce opponent and the right person to defeat Sinema. I am a Christian, Abolitionist, and an American, in that order.”
Craig Joyner – President of the Arizona State Rifle & Pistol Association
Now residing in Scottsdale, AZ, Craig is a NRA Life Member who has served on the Board of Directors of the Arizona State Rifle & Pistol Association for several years, and at the organization’s most recent Annual Meeting was elected President. Craig’s primary focus at ASRPA is Marketing and how to grow membership and increasing awareness and participation in all of ASRPA’s programs.
David is an attorney practicing in Tucson, Arizona, and a former Associate Editor of the Arizona Law Review. Prior to returning to private practice, he spent ten years in Washington, D.C., as a career attorney in Interior Department’s Office of the Solicitor.
Mr. Hardy has published five books, including Michael Moore Is a Big Fat Stupid White Man, which spent seven weeks on the NY Times best-seller list.
He has also published twenty-five law review articles, which have twice been cited by the U.S. Supreme Court, and by eleven of the thirteen U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Mr. Hardy has appeared on ABC Nightline, The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News, Court TV (twice) and on over a hundred radio programs. His investigative work on the Waco tragedy was documented in the New York Times, the Houston Chronicle, and the Dallas Morning News.
Lars Dalseide is a Spokesman for the National Rifle Association’s Institute For Legislative Action.
A twelve year veteran of the NRA, Lars has covered almost every aspect of the NRA’s political and program side of the operation including the NCAA Rifle Championships in Anchorage, the National Police Shooting Championship in Albuquerque, countless events on Capitol Hill, and every NRA Annual Meeting since 2007.
GunFreedomRadio EP100 Celebrating Our 100th Episode
Hour #1 Guests:
– Ginger Gilbert Ravella – co-author of Hope Found. She is a military wife and Gold Star widow, mother of five, stepmother of two, international speaker, and Director of the Speakers Bureau for Folds of Honor, which is a non-profit charity whose mission is to raise educational funds for fallen and wounded soldiers’ families.
– Irina Baroness Von Behr – a Republican Candidate for U.S. Congress, District 9, in 2018. Irina is a self-described middle-class Army brat, with a rich and unique heritage. Her father was a black man from the south side of Chicago, who served in a segregated military during WWII, and her mother came from a family of Czechoslovakian Nobility who saw the destruction of all they knew at the hands of the Nazi invasion and the Russian occupation.
– Dan Wos – author of Good Gun Bad Guy: Behind The Lies of the Anti-Gun Radical, the book that destroys the anti-gun Left and exposes all their lies and propaganda. Dan’s newest book just released: Destroying The Anti-Gun Narrative.
Hour #2 Guests:
– David Hardy – author of I’m from the Government, and I’m Here to Kill You: The Human Cost of Official Negligence (and How to Stop it, Explained by a Former Government Attorney).
– Craig Joyner – President of the Arizona State Rifle & Pistol Association, here with some great news about one of our AZ Shooting Ranges that almost closed for good, being given a second chance at life!
– Lars Dalseide – Lars Dalseide is the Spokesman for the NRA-ILA – the Institute For Legislative Action
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