Ahead of The Trend with Andre Michael Eggelletion
July 16, 2005
An alumnus of Florida A&M University in Music and Political Science; Andre Michael Eggelletion is a successful entrepreneur and hosts the two hottest Radio Talk shows in South Florida -“South Florida Speaks Out” and “Behind the Headlines” on Mystik 1580 AM and live on the internet at WSRF.
With absolute brilliance, Eggelletion daily engages the who’s who in politics, business, the world’s best selling authors and top corporate CEOs. Some of his guests have included ranking members of the U.S. congress, such as former presidential candidates Sen. John Edwards, former Sen. Carol Mosley-Braun, and Rev. Al Sharpton, as well as top non-governmental organization officials, such as former National Security Advisor and Trilateral Commission trustee, Dr. Zibigniew Brzezinski.
Eggelletion is the only known African-American in U.S. history to publish a book on the Federal Reserve System. This fact is important but it is truly overshadowed by the eloquence and passion, to which he speaks to all Americans on not only the Federal Reserve System, but is extremely engaging on a wide pallet of political, economic, and social issues from a global perspective.
Eggelletion is also a frequent guest on “Front Page”, broadcast on KJLH102.3FM Los Angeles, “Coast to Coast AM with George Noory”, “The Alex Jones Show”, “The Power Hour” broadcast on Maryville/Alcoa, TN., WBCR 1470AM, Liberty, Missouri, KCXL 1140AM, Providence, Rhode Island WARL 1320AM, The Sunshine Network, Rochester, New York, Brockport, WMJQ 105.5FM, Brockport, WASB 1590AM, Brockport, WRSB 1310AM WHRI and WWCR, “The Tom Pope Show” broadcast on Z103 Columbus, Ohio, “Into Tomorrow” broadcast on the Advanced Radio Network, and “The Lou Epton Show” broadcast on KKVV 1060AM Las Vegas. Time Warner’s 24 hour Manhattan Cable News New York 1. And many more!
Eggelletion has published numerous papers on subjects ranging from science and religion, to geopolitics and monetary policy. He is also a featured columnist in member newspapers of “The Black Press of America” and has been sought for political and economic commentary by USA Today and U.S. News and World Report.