Jimmy Mathis has been a lifelong resident in Baltimore County. He has been one of the loudest voices for constitutional conservatism in the area via his radio program. Jimmy has also spoken to countless republican clubs over the years making the case for religious and individual liberty, property rights and limited government.
As a child Jimmy had a passion for flying ever since he could first walk. It was a love that would land him in the aviation history books before he would hold a Maryland state driver’s license. For his 15th birthday Jimmy received three flying lessons. It was a gift that would lead to the adventure of a lifetime. During the summer of 1994 months after his 16th birthday, Jimmy departed from the Ocean City municipal Airport on a quest to become the youngest American to pilot an aircraft solo (no one else on-board) across the United States of America, 12 days and 2,500 miles later he successfully landed in Long Beach CA. It’s a record that he still holds today.
Shortly after returning home while attending Towson Catholic High School Jimmy began an internship at WBFF television in Baltimore Maryland. It was an internship that quickly became a full time job. Two years after starting his employment as a photojournalist Jimmy won his first of two local Emmy awards. His first Emmy would be for WBFF-TV and the second for WBAL-TV. Subsequently he would work in Washington D.C at the local Fox affiliate covering local and national politics and eventually covering the NFL where he would win his third Emmy.
For the last ten years Jimmy has been a voice for conservatism on radio and television. He has been unapologetic when it comes to promoting conservative ideals and Americas founding principles.