Andy Martin has been on the national political and media stage for fifty years. He first went to the Illinois General Assembly, and later to Capitol Hill, as an intern in 1965. In 1968 he became the youngest person ever authorized by the Federal Communications Commission to own a television station license.


Andy’s specialty is ferreting out political and judicial corruption. As a law student he played a small role in removing two corrupt justices from the Illinois Supreme Court. He has fought public corruption from New Hampshire to Hawai’i and around the world. The New York Times has acknowledged that Andy [1] “has come under strong attack from liberals.” Known as the “Internet Powerhouse,” Andy was also accused by the Times [2] of being “The Man Behind the Whispers About Obama.” More crudely, the Huffington Post has called Andy [3] “a noted conservative dirty trickster.”


Andy has played or is playing a role in four of the last five presidential elections. In the 2000 race he ran an ad on New Hampshire’s WMUR-TV exposing George W. Bush in December, 1999. Andy accused Bush of wanting to start a war with Iraq. In 2008 Andy led the opposition to Barack Obama [4] after the effective collapse of the McCain campaign. In 2012 he backed Mitt Romney with “Romney’s Rangers,” and in 2016 Andy is spearheading opposition to the candidacy of Jeb Bush.


Andy is now leading a new, nationwide campaign against liberal fraud and bias in the media, starting with George Stephanopoulos at ABC News and extending to all media across the United States.


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