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Traces of Reality Features the PanAm’s Frank Worley-Lopez

By: Fergus Hodgson - @FergHodgson - Sep 16, 2013, 8:03 pm

torradioRapidly, Frank Worley-Lopez has become a leading blogger here at the PanAm, and media outlets are noticing. His specialty is Puerto Rico, having lived there for 20 years — and he has written a book on the case for a free and sovereign republic on the island. (See A Puerto Rican Manifesto.)

His articles that explain the topic in more detail have earned him two radio spots this week. The first was today with Guillermo Jimenez of Traces of Reality on the Republic Broadcasting Network. The second, on Wednesday, will be on Ringside Politics with Jeff Crouere of WGSO 990AM, based in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Listen to Worley-Lopez’s appearance below, or download the file here (41:30).

I will share that Traces of Reality is one of my favorite radio shows and podcasts, so don’t hesitate to check it out. The host, Jimenez, explores the police state, especially the border region, given that he lives in Laredo, Texas. He has impressed me so much, I have recruited him to join our team, and you can find his “Constitution-Free Zone” series of columns here.

Complete details for today’s episode are available here, on the TOR homepage.

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Fergus Hodgson was the founding editor in chief of the PanAm Post, up until January 2016, and he now studies finance at Tulane University in Louisiana and Francisco Marroquín University in Guatemala. Originally from New Zealand, he has also lived in Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Ireland, and the United States. Follow @FergHodgson and his Facebook page.