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Free Citizen

This writer espouses individual liberty, free markets, and limited government.

Location: Jackson, Mississippi, United States

Friday, December 02, 2005

Adios, Air America

[This letter appeared in The Clarion-Ledger on December 2, 2005. It's a response to David Hampton's column of November 27.]

Editorial Director David Hampton says "that talk radio popularity is waning... ." He must be referring to Air America, the liberals' latest effort to compete in that market.

Since Air America has attracted such a small audience, it seems to be headed for the talk radio graveyard. On one of its stations, in New York City, AA's ratings are even lower than that station's previous format, which was Caribbean music.

Things have gotten so bad that one of Air America's hosts, Al Franken (aka Stuart Smalley), is making noises about running for US senator from Minnesota.

Personally, I'll hate to see Air America go, as I sometimes enjoy subjecting myself to the rantings of liberals.

Oh, well... I'll just have to settle for The Clarion-Ledger's editorials.


Blogger Timothy Birdnow said...

Fare thee well, we barely knew ye! (And most certainly hope not to in the future.)

Mon Dec 19, 05:35:00 PM CST  

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