A refreshing new voice on Atlanta radio

I wrote some time ago on my personal blog that I’d all but stopped listening to talk radio; though I still listen to the morning news on WSB. It’s become too reactionary for me and dishonest on certain issues in some cases. While driving home last weekend, I can’t remember when specifically, I caught part of this lady (I didn’t catch her name at the time) on the radio discussing a couple of issues that caught my attention. Her approach was interesting and I completely agreed with her.

A friend who was listening to her tonight texted me and asked me what I knew about her. So I tuned in to hear what she was saying on my ride home from Atlanta. A breath of fresh air, especially from a station that broadcasts the pseudo-libertarian, Neal Boortz. Anyway, her name is Monica Perez; here’s a little information on her:

Monica Perez has an undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard University, a law degree from Stanford Law School and a masters in business administration from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. She recently passed the third and final exam to become a Chartered Financial Analyst. Monica has worked as a commercial banker and an investment banker. As an anarcho-capitalist (i.e., extreme libertarian), Monica is a proponent of Austrian economics and an unyielding devotee of personal liberty.

The show is aptly named The Monica Perez Show. WSB doesn’t have any information on it on their site — I’m assuming the show is only on Saturday evenings, but hopefully she’ll be a permanent addition to the station.

5 comments

  1. ZazaPachulia says:

    “[she] has undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard University, a law degree from Stanford Law School and a masters in business administration from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.”

    Wow. Is that all it takes to put a chink in talk radio’s glass ceiling?

  2. Monica says:

    Oh yeah, I’ve heard her show before, she didn’t sound that political to me, just logical…refreshing

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