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THE GREYFALCON SALUTES “THE ORIGINAL CAFINE” JAMIE ALLMAN ST. LOUIS CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO PIONEER

Jamie Allman, host of 97.1 talk radio show Allman in the Morning, always tells it like it is.  He doesn’t have the contrived media style that is so prevalent in the television pundit universe.  The secret to Jamie’s success is that agree or disagree with him, you can count on the fact that he believes what he is saying, and that he has the facts to back it up.  He doesn’t posture or preach.  He basically just talks to his listeners as a friend, and we can trust him.  This makes him the “original cafine”.

In 2003 Jamie became St. Louis’s first regular conservative talk show host.  What makes his six-year run so important to the local conservative movement is that he has often questioned the Republican establishment and the Bush Administration.  Detractors of the Tea Party movement and the conservative revival claim  that we didn’t object to the expansion of government under George Bush, and Jamie has the credentials to debunk this spurious claim.  Allman has been consistent in his committment to conservative principles or party politics throughout his tenure at 97.1. 

His record of calling out Republicans for abonding conservative values is a vital element of the St. Louis movement, because when the typical “you didn’t say anything about this when Bush did it” charge is exposed to be false, the pro-Obama liberals tend to move into racial issues.  This doesn’t work on Allman, as he is simply too tough to be bullied. 

 When race mongers demanded that Rush Limbaugh be removed from an investment team to buy the St. Louis Rams, they claimed he said that “slavery had its merits”.  Allman was at the forefront in exposing the false accusation, referring to his background as a reporter.  “If you make a charge like that you had better be able to back it up”.  He then explained in detail the standards that good journalists adhere in terms of using sources and quote verification. 

Off course, CNN commentators were forced to admit that they could not verify that Limbaugh had made that statement.

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