August 23, 2018

Birthdays and Politics

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Brian Lovig has been a business owner, tv personality, rodeo rider, developer and auctioneer. He was even a milkman once, soon after he left school in grade 8.

Brian Lovig has done a lot. And he’s learned a lot, about people, business and country.

He is passionate and vocal about free enterprise and politics, Brian demands to hear and speak the truth. And that’s why you’ll never see him run for public office. Brian Lovig represents the “right” side, for the people. He says what many are simply too frightened to say. Brian calls his show politically right and that the term politically incorrect is well, just a dumb way to describe things. And he often says that politically, right is right and left is wrong.

Brian Lovigs’ www.rightedition.com is the epicenter of Brian’s fight for the right. Capitalism, gun rights, to personal freedoms and rights.

Brian brings his no-holds barred right wing personal opinions and facts to people on the internet every day. His
comments and topics are mostly about Canadian and American issues and are enjoyed by people from all areas of the world every day.

Born in small town Alberta, Canada and raised by enterprising parents, Brian learned from a young age how to thrive as a right wing capitalist. He grew up buying and selling land, livestock and businesses.

From owning millions of dollars’ worth of property, to harnessing his creativity with slogan development for famous names including Spitz Sunflower Seeds, Rice Krispies and Rainbow Chip Cookies Brian has yet to set a limit on his endeavors.

He counted Bob Hope among his famous friends he has assisted as an auctioneer, having sold over one billion dollars’ worth of property in his career.

Life is full of ups and downs, but through it all, Brian has remained dedicated to promoting right wing thinking and free enterprise.

Now with the Right Edition, he enjoys a powerful sounding board for preaching the strengths and virtues of capitalism while exploiting the nonsensical values of the left. Brian says that there is too much government, too many rules, too much red tape and basically that the left has complicated our lives while taking our freedoms. And he’s going to keep fighting the system.

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