Doc Thompson Tour in Charlotte
Join CAUTION and PunditHouse.com as we welcome to Charlotte Doc Thompson, the host of The Morning Blaze on Glenn Beck’s Blaze Radio Network and a frequent guest host on the Glenn Beck Program.
Charlotte’s municipal elections will have just recently concluded, putting us on a collision course with next year’s important midterm elections. This event will be the first “pep rally” of sorts as we get ready to ensure Conservative victories in 2014!
Our free event is open to the public and all are welcome to attend. The event will be held at the Dilworth Neighborhood Grille located at 911 East Morehead Street in Charlotte. Social hour begins at 6pm, the event starts at 7. Click HERE for our Facebook Event invitation. Please share with your friends!
The following morning, November 15, Doc will be broadcasting his national show live from The Range at Lake Norman located at 10913 Bailey Road just North of Sam Furr Road off Exit 25 on I-77. More details to come.
Here is a quick YouTube interview conducted with Doc in August by PunditHouse’s Christian Hine.
About Doc Thompson:
Doc Thompson is a conservative libertarian American radio host and political commentator. He hosts The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson, a radio show on The Blaze Radio Network, which debuted January 21st, 2013. The show airs weekdays from 6am to 9am before the Glenn Beck Radio Program, where he has been a regular guest host since 2008. Doc also provides political analysis, appearing on various television shows such as CNBC’s The Kudlow Report, The Blaze’s Real News, The Glenn Beck Program, The Pat and Stu Show, and special election coverage from Virginia for CNN and Fox News. Doc has been honored to be a part of several teams, receiving a total of 7 Marconi Radio Awards from the National Association of Broadcasters.
Thompson’s broadcast style mixes reporting, commentary, and humor to reflect a conservative libertarian political philosophy with economic views supportive of the free market. Showcasing Doc’s passion and insight, his beliefs and comments are consistent as he discusses personal freedom, personal responsibility, and Constitutional principles.
Born and raised in Ohio, Doc’s career in radio has led him to work in the great states of Alabama, Virginia, Nevada, New Mexico, Nebraska, West Virginia, and Michigan. These years of traveling across America have proved priceless to Doc, as they have allowed him to meet fellow citizens from all walks of life and experience the differing cultures throughout our nation. His entertaining program of political badinage, mixed with daily topical events, is fun, fresh, and different. With a precise blend of candor, news, and humor, Doc’s show is enlightening and informative. He exposes absurdity by lampooning those who deserve it and is driven by exposing the truth. Doc regularly attends rallies, guest hosts radio and television programs, and performs speaking events all over the country. In addition to Doc’s talent in broadcasting, he considers himself a “foodie” because he loves to eat, cook, and try new cuisine while traveling. A self-admitted “pizza-snob”, Doc also enjoys cheap wine and expensive beer!
When asked to describe himself, Doc said…
“I’m just like John Stewart, except with very different views, and I host a radio show not TV, and I’m not rich, nor from New York. Okay, that was a really bad comparison! Don’t print that!”
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