Michael Harrison

Editor and Publisher of Talkers magazine

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Editor and Publisher of Talkers magazine

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The  immigration bill  now in the Senate would beef up border security, create a guest-worker program and create new rules for newcomers, but a  new poll  shows that 65% of Americans…

Talk Radio and the Immigration Debate

The immigration bill now in the Senate would beef up border security, create a guest-worker program and create new rules for newcomers, but a new poll shows that 65% of Americans…

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Last night, the Rutgers women's basketball team met with ousted talk-show host Don Imus and this morning, coach Vivian Stringer called him "remorseful."  Time magazine once named Imus…

How Did Don Imus Go Down in Flames?

Last night, the Rutgers women's basketball team met with ousted talk-show host Don Imus and this morning, coach Vivian Stringer called him "remorseful."  Time magazine once named Imus…

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