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The Fairness Doctrine

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The Fairness Doctrine

The Fairness Doctrine


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Dr. Martin Luther King and poverty - can independent voters help more people get out of it.  Jackie Salit, President of Independent Voters in Hour 1.

Are there substitutes for Big Pharma's drugs? Joe Barton talks to us about political activism with apples  and raw honey in Hour 2.  You will feel better right away.

A new concept in the opinion-driven world of talk radio, The Fairness Doctrine  is a daily two-hour on-line and on-air radio show that  brings together two dynamic hosts from different sides of the country and different ends of the political spectrum with a shared dedication to entertaining radio.  Conservative Chuck Morse and liberal Patrick O'Heffernan interview national guests and experts ranging from Senator Jim DeMint to Howard Dean to explore news, politics and culture from all sides.  With a team of award-winning contributors in the US and the UK, The Fairness Doctrine keeps progressives, conservatives and independents informed and engaged with news, interviews and opinion heard nowhere else.

The Fairness Doctrine: Left-Right and Uncensored brings passionate but rational debate to the sometimes raucous world of AM talk radio. It is broadcast nationally online on Blogtalk Radio and the CyberstationUSA network and on-air in Boston, Tampa Bay and Ashland-Medford.  The Fairness Doctrine: Left-Right and Uncensored is the only program that routinely listens to voices from all sides, which has allowed it to develop a national audience that is both liberal and conservative. The Fairness Doctrine: Left-Right and Uncensored offers audience interaction by email, telephone, Facebook and Twitter.