Charles Butler is a conservative talk show host, based in Chicago, in the third largest market in America. His favorite quote is “Liberalism seems to be related to a person’s distance from the problem. — Whitney Young.”
He coined phrases he refers to as Butlerisms: “Urban Terrorist are killing our Black Youth” about the carnage in Chicago’s Black community and other Black American areas around the country, “Never allow others perceptions to become your reality”, “Voodoo Intelligent” to name a few. You can listen to Mr. Butler’s show daily M-F at Genesis Communication Network (www.gcnlive.com) from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM Eastern time and on local stations. Mr. Butler is a contributor to National Center for Public Policy Research’s Project 21.
Mr. Butler has appeared on Hannity, Fox and Friends to name a few national shows. He is a guest commentator about social, political and economic issues on many radio shows around the country discussing current events on economy. He know for taking stands that reflect his Midwestern traditional values in the face of great opposition.
His accurate assessment of President Obama as an amateur, is being repeated by all spectrums of the political and social groups. He came on the Chicago radio scene in 2007, with WVON (an urban audience) and worked there over 4 years educating the Chicago land area, he took on tough issues like illegal immigration, sanctuary cities and states, anchor baby loopholes to name a few topics. He finishing the final chapters of his book, “Mis-Education of the Black American: Misled by Teachers, Preachers, and Politicians About the Pursuit of the American Dream”. His analysis is hard hitting, straight forward, no nonsense, factual, and he says he does not tolerate “voodoo intellect.”
He is considered fair and balanced in his assessment of topics and details. He has a group that calls themselves “Charles’s converts. He has developed a diverse audience that longed for a conservative voice of common sense and reason. His pragmatic approach to social-economic and political issues that face America have made him a favorite political personality round the country by way of syndication and Internet streaming.
His friends and guests include Sen. Grassley, Cong. J.C. Watts, Jr., Chairman of the RNC Rience Preibus, and many other prominent politicians from both parties on the local, state, and federal level of government. He has leading experts on his show to discuss current events from national think tanks like the Heritage Foundation, CATO, and AEI to government officials.
Mr. Butler’s political mentors include the late Dr. Arthur Fletcher, “Father of Affirmative Action,” Dr. Harold Cruse, author of “The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual” and Dr. Charles Wright, founder of the Detroit African American Museum; along with Judge James Del Rio of Detroit, a civil rights activist. Please contact information: Charles@charles-butler.com, 312-612-1009