The recent Cash for Clunker legislation passed by Congress as part of the $106 billion war funding bill is a complete and total waste of a billion dollars short term, four billion long term.
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Now there were many types of fallout, but to those of us who made our living as political satirists, questioning our government was still an unwelcome programming pitch.
Our leaders have all morphed in to one large, non-identified, political animal that proports to stand for something but has ended up standing for very little at all.
At my lunch with Rush Limbaugh, I was very surprised by how down-to-earth he appeared to be. Self deprecating, easy going, and very candid.
Patients who can buy a generic often do not, either because they are sold on an ad, afraid that there is something inferior about the generic, or the doctor pushes the brand name drug.
Republicans, if your party ever wants to come in from w-a-a-y out of the wilderness, you need to lighten up, suck it up and shut the hell up for at least a few weeks.
Google Inc.'s foray into selling radio ads was supposed to show how its online-advertising brainpower could revolutionize an old-fashioned people busi...
As America retools and rethinks the way we move about, motorcycles have got to be part of the national solution.
Time to evolve past Joe the Plumber, past Rush Limbaugh, past the politics and ideology that verge on those that launched the Spanish Inquisition.
It's time America wake up to the fact that Christians in this country have become just as radicalized (albeit in other ways) as those who pervert Islam (or insert religion here) elsewhere.
Never again, we won't be terrorized, we can't let them win, we're more prepared than ever before.
So why is Rush's show so "popular?" Why do hundreds of stations around the country carry his show, the most widely syndicated talkfest in the country? The real story is not generally well-known.
The thoughtful Maddow has established a lower-key approach with her "just the facts, ma'am" essays, and she's carved out an important niche for herself at MSNBC.
Approximately 7,000 respondents who took the poll on HuffPost vehemently disagree with the censoring of the word "goddamn in the song "Life In The Fast Lane" -- at a rate of 98%.
As newspapers crumble in the U.S., radio is flourishing in the Congo. It's not a tactic to keep the media in business, however; it's a weapon, and women are the unlikely ones wielding it.
Imus is a tough guy, people will say, and he'll whip this disease like a defenseless guest on his show. But does the fighting spirit really make a difference in this kind of survival challenge?
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Veteran TV personality Montel Williams has signed a deal to host a new flagship talk show on Air America, the struggling radio...
Paul Harvey was the greatest salesman that ever lived. I used to listen to him every chance I got, not for the news, not for the profile of the guy who invented leotards, but for the commercials.
The Local Community Radio Act would unleash the potential of new music for millions of listeners across the country. The bill tasks Washington with licensing thousands of Low Power FM radio stations (known in radio geekdom as LPFM).
Venezuelans recently voted for a referendum to end term limits, which could potentially extend President Hugo Chávez's term indefinitely. Chávez i...
Financially strapped Sirius XM Radio Inc. said Friday that it could file for bankruptcy as early as Tuesday if it cannot successfully negotiate with t...
Women from the Jordan valley produce programming from their community. We are able to do what appears to be an illegal act in a totally legal way.
Funded by the U.S. State Department, Radio Afia Darfur, a half-hour shortwave radio program, is beamed three times a day into war-torn Darfur, Sudan, and refugee-packed eastern Chad.
Obama's use of the Internet indicates not only political savvy and an understanding of the Internet's vast power, it suggests a crucial understanding of how Roosevelt succeeded.
A brief look at an entity that gave hope and voice to many a struggling band. It's entirely possible we will never experience this type of radio again in our lifetime.
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