AUDIO INTERVIEW: ‘Redneck’ Trades Job for Freedom


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Dave Gahary speaks with Tom Boardman, the attorney for the school bus driver fired for flying a novelty redneck Confederate flag on his private vehicle.

Tom discusses the origins of the case and what the future holds for Ken Webber, the brave 29-year-old father of four young children, who sacrificed financial security for personal freedom, in this important interview (11:48).


Dave Gahary, a former submariner in the U.S. Navy, is the host of AFP’s ‘Underground Interview’ series.

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1 Comment on AUDIO INTERVIEW: ‘Redneck’ Trades Job for Freedom

  1. Thanks to you I realize that Barack Obama is an Uncle Tom for having this crackerjack pecker-wood country dumb fell of the turnip truck honky redneck nonsense. The late Ian Smith was right: Democracy is the privilege of the educated, not the right of idiots. In Rhodesia if you could not read you could not vote which was not racist and made sense. In other neither redneck nor the inner city dude should be able to vote how else do you think Barack got to president in the first place.

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