Doug Giles is the creator and host of ClashRadio.com, a winner of seven Silver Microphone Awards and two Communicator Awards. He is heard in over 150 different markets nationwide.
Doug is also a wildly popular columnist, pastor, campus lecturer, accomplished artist and award-winning writer. His column is read worldwide each week on the nation’s largest conservative news portal, TownHall.com. His articles have been in The Washington Times, New York Times, NRA News and ABC News, and he has been a guest on both major television news programs and nationally syndicated radio shows across the nation, including Fox News and Fox Business. Doug has a BFA from Texas Tech University and studied for his Master of Arts in Christianity and Culture from Knox Theological Seminary.
He is the author of the Amazon.com best-selling book, Raising Righteous and Rowdy Girls, And seven other books. Doug and his wife Mary Margaret have two daughters: Hannah Giles who devastated ACORN with her undercover videos and Regis Giles who is a NRA columnist and 2nd Amendment activist. Doug’s interests include guns, big game hunting, big game fishing, fine art, cigars and being a big pain in the butt to people who dislike God and the USA.
Maj Toure is a Solutionary Hip Hop artist turned Second Amendment activist from North Philly. His following began after he was featured on the cover of the Philadelphia Weekly as "the Prophet of Philadelphia." He founded the Black Guns Matter movement in 2015 and advocates for Second Amendment education and information for urban communities. Maj has been featured in the New York Times, Breitbart News, National Public Radio, Fox News, CNN, BET, Essence, and Vice News for his out of the box approach to Second Amendment advocacy. Maj is on a 50 states tour educating urban Americans on their Second Amendment rights and responsibilities. He is also on the ballot running for City Council At Large in Philadelphia.
We are pleased to announce singer Tammy Stahl performing the National Anthem.
Tammy began singing at 2 years-old. She wrote her first song at the age of eleven. She grew up in rural Grand Blanc, Michigan and worked as a demo singer in Nashville, Tennessee recording hit songs to pitch to national super star performers and recording artists like Martina McBride and George Strait. Her first recording deal was with AMI records in Hendersonville, TN. Tammy has worked as an actor, a model, and has been featured in numerous vocal competitions, entertainment magazines, and newspaper articles. She Appeared on the national T.V. show "Party Tyme Karaoke" in 2004. She placed 1st place in a national signing competition in Las Vegas, Nevada. After that she sang the National Anthem for The Little League World Series Game in 2008. Tammy has performed for U.S. Congressmen, at patriotic events, as well as many charity events.
Tammy became a frequent singer for NRA official events in Tennessee. While in Nashville, she transitioned from country music to Christian, and she performed as a weekly televised worship singer for Cornerstone Church based out of Madison, TN. She greatly enjoys using her talents to help people in her own community. Tammy moved back to Michigan in 2016 while pregnant with her 3rd child. Tammy sang the Star-Spangled-Banner for Donald Trump at a rally in Birch Run, MI. Tammy continues to work as a singer/songwriter and records locally in Michigan as well as Nashville.
Tammy now lives in the Greater Lansing Area and with her husband they run a real estate investment company. She is currently working on an upcoming book along with new music for an upcoming album.