Liddy to host radio show from Alaska
Talk-show host G. Gordon Liddy will be heading north this summer to broadcast a series of radio shows on issues of domestic resource production in Alaska.
Organized in part by the lobbying group Arctic Power, the “Alaska Resource Tour” will take Liddy to various locations across the state, from the 1002 area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to the Red Dog Mine, culminating in a series of radio broadcasts, most likely out of Anchorage during the week of July 14-18.
The G. Gordon Liddy Show is a nationally syndicated show produced by Radio America and broadcast over satellite and terrestrial radio. The series of shows in Alaska will focus on the benefits of domestic energy production.
Liddy spent nearly five years in prison for his role in the 1972 break-in at Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate building and the subsequent cover-up. In the years since he has become a successful lecturer and author.
Arctic Power is a firm responsible for lobbying members of Congress to open the coastal plain of ANWR to oil and gas drilling.
Liddy’s trip across Alaska is being funded through in-kind and private donations, not state funds, Arctic Power spokesman Adrian Herrera told Petroleum News.