After his stint as the GOP state chair, he moved to Virginia where he worked with young journalism students at the National Journalism Center. He has occasionally done fill-in on the air, including a three-day fill-in last week for KVI’s John Carlson.
During more than a decade with the station – a pioneer station in conservative talk radio – Wilbur earned a reputation for holding liberals accountable for failed policies and programs.
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During his years as the morning drive-time host at KVI, Wilbur was a leading voice for conservative politics in a city that many feel has tilted so far to the extreme left that it needs “adult supervision.”