Moon Griffon - Talk Show Host

Talk Show Host

Besides his Monroe outlet, Griffon broadcasts from stations in Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Natchitoches, Shreveport, Thibodaux, and Winnfield, Louisiana, and Natchez, Mississippi. He acquired a New Orleans outlet in nearby Slidell late in 2008.

Griffon frequently hosts the Hammond attorney and state government watchdog C.B. Forgotston, known for his carefully crafted words, fiscal conservative views, and opposition to gambling and political corruption.

An occasional substitute host for Griffon is the Monroe attorney Paul Loy Hurd, Sr. (born c. 1954), the author of Louisiana's Governmental Cesspool: The Constitutional Solution, an expose of government waste and inefficiency.

Another substitute host, John W. Sutherlin, a native of El Dorado, Arkansas, who holds a Ph.D. from the University of New Orleans, is an associate professor of political science at Griffon's alma mater, the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Sutherlin is the co-director of the Social Science Research Laboratory at ULM.

Griffon's former co-host is Ruth Ulrich of Monroe, a one-time member of the Louisiana Republican State Central Committee and the Republican National Committee. The co-host role is now exercised daily by Gregory Francis "Greg" Gulyas (born 1950), a native of Flint, Michigan, and the news director of KMLB AM 540 in Monroe, which carries Griffon's program. Gulyas is also a play-by-play sports reporter.

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