Mark Williams is a veteran radio talk host and television commentator.
Outspoken in his views he backs his talk with action. In 2005 he traveled to Crawford Texas on the “You Don’t Speak for Me Cindy” tour to face down anti-war protester Cindy Sheehan. That same year he traveled to Iraq and broadcast a series of award winning, live radio programs titled “Voices of Soldiers” which featured US troops taking live telephone calls from listeners in California, on the air, from the height of the fighting.
In 2008 Williams took leave of his full time radio career to join the Our Country Deserves Better Political Action Committee (OCDB) as co-chairman and to embark on the “Stop Obama” national tour. That was a 3 week, 40 city speaking tour via bus across the nation to warn of what he termed “Obama as a clear and present danger” to America.
In early 2009 OCDB created the “Tea Party Express” (TPX). Williams traveled with the TPX 3-bus caravan on 4 national tours (through April 2010) as chairman and principal speaker. In that capacity he whipped up arena size crowds with rousing speeches and fiery introductions of celebrity guest speakers such as former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN).
Williams is no stranger to controversy and has been at the center of debates over such issues as the Ground Zero Mosque and allegations of racism in the tea party.
Mark pulls no punches, is entertaining as he is informative and very quick on his feet so relishes challenges from an audience when it fits the needs of the event.
Mark Williams is also author of “Taking Back America One Tea Party at a Time,” the inside story of the tea party and the issues swirling around it. His presentation is aggressive, humorous, uplifting, illuminating. He uses pop culture references in his metaphors that serve to translate what might seem daunting into relatable and engaging bites.
Mark Williams is a dynamic showman and well-informed and experienced journalist with a compelling message and will leave your audience buzzing about the experience.