Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

MONDAY – FRIDAY 7PM – 9PM

Our American Stories is about the American people and our stories; stories about who we are, how we got here, and where we are going. Positive stories that inspire all of us.
 
Our American Stories tell the stories of innovators in the arts, sports, business and education, along with technology, science and the military. Listeners will hear stories of business leaders big and small, of what people of faith do in the public square, of leadership in sports and in your family, and the celebration of hard work and risk-taking, all presented in a nonpartisan manner. Launch on 2016, Our American Stories is heard across the U.S on over 100 radio stations.
 
Host Lee Habeeb is an accomplished writer, radio host and executive producer of some of the most successful radio programs in America. Lee helped to launch The Laura Ingraham Show, and is now the Executive Director of Content for Salem Radio Network. Lee lives in Oxford, Mississippi with his wife Valerie and daughter Reagan.

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