Siloam Springs, Ark (November 21, 2003) - American Family Values Radio, AM 1290, KUOA, is proud to host former republican congressman, Dick Armey as the featured guest on the Monday, Nov. 24 edition of Northwest Arkansas Live. Hosts of the popular morning talk radio show, Pete Fretwell and Josh Bentley, will be interviewing Armey on his government service as well as his new book, “Armey’s Axioms.” Armey’s book is a folksy collection of lessons learned about politics, power and the role of government. It is written from his experiences on Capital Hill and life outside of politics. “Dick Armey has a wealth of political knowledge that we are hoping to tap into,” Josh Bentley, host of Northwest Arkansas Live said. “There are so many important issues today, like Medicare reform, education, the economy... We're really looking forward to hearing his perspective!” Armey served in the U.S. Congress for eighteen years, culminating in eight years as majority leader. In Congress, he was the ranking republican on the Joint Economic Committee, the chairman of the Republican Conference, and most recently, the chairman of the Select Committee on Homeland Security. Prior to joining Congress, Armey taught at University of North Texas for thirteen years. He is currently a senior policy advisor at Piper Rudnick, a law firm, and co-chairman of Citizens for a Sound Economy, an organization promoting free market and limited government. This is Armey’s first radio interview in NW Arkansas. Other recent guests of the KUOA morning show include Arkansas’ first lady, Janet Huckabee. Northwest Arkansas Live with Pete Fretwell and Josh Bentley airs weekday mornings from 7:00-9:00 a.m. on AM1290, KUOA. KUOA is the oldest existing station in the state of Arkansas, and features programming centered on American family values. Dr. Laura, Sean Hannity, Clark Howard, and Drive-Time Sports are some of the more popular programs featured on KUOA. The station is owned by John Brown University and is located on the campus. John Brown University is a private university and is ranked 11th by U.S. News & World Report in the Southern Region. JBU has an enrollment of more than 1,800 students from 42 states and 42 countries. JBU is a member of Arkansas’ Independent Colleges and Universities and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.