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"The US Phone Force" is a talk-radio program, hosted by Tom Kovach [rhymes with "watch"]: soldier, inventor, author, activist.


USPF is heard via the Republic Broadcasting Network, which has 51 stations nationwide (as of mid-April, 2008). In addition to its AM and FM affiliate stations, USPF can also be heard live via Internet streaming, or the archives can be downloaded at any time. (Click this link for the archives.)


The program has experienced rapid growth, having started on only 16 stations in January of 2008. RBN is also planning to re-enter shortwave simulcast operations; and, is in negotiations with a satellite radio provider. (Satellite radio is increasingly popular with aviators, long-haul truckers, and territory salesmen.) When the expansions are complete, "The US Phone Force" will be accessible anywhere on Earth.


Tom has written online -- news articles, investigative columns, and opinion columns -- for more than five years. He has interviewed newsmakers, lawmakers, and entertainers. Tom's writings have appeared on prominent sites, such as WorldNetDaily, Renew America, and Military.com.


When not investigating terrorist incidents, aircraft disasters, and political corruption, Tom enjoys Bible study, hiking, and riding horses. (He has worked as a wrangler on two trail ranches!) Tom has also made 44 parachute jumps, 35 of them freefall.


The offer to host a network radio program came after the president of RBN heard about Tom's pro-se lawsuit against Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen.


Tom Kovach is the author of the book "Slingshot". He invented the Kovach Klip, a device for the military. He is an official with the Constitution Party, and has run for Congress. To learn more, please visit: www.TomKovach.US

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  • Apr 8, 2008
  • English

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