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SiriusXM hosts weigh in on Michael Dunn and the ‘Loud Music Trial’

Yet another conversation of racism and gun violence takes the nation by storm only a few months after George Zimmmerman’s acquittal, when the verdict came in this weekend for the “Loud Music Trial.” Last week, Michael Dunn’s jury was hung on … Continued

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On ruthlessness: Julie Mason’s top political stories

Last week in the Press Pool with Julie Mason on SiriusXM’s POTUS, Ch. 124, we contemplated the many shades of ruthlessness in politics. It’s a trait so often in bold evidence and yet not what a politician especially wants to … Continued

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Doctor reveals frightening ‘misconception’ about addiction

The Michael Smerconish Program airs weekdays from 9 am – 12 pm ET on SiriusXM POTUS, Ch.  124.  For maybe a decade, heroin use stayed constant across the United States, according to Dr. Marvin Seppala, Chief Medical Officer at Hazelden Addiction … Continued

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Wintry mix: Julie Mason’s top political stories

Winter drags on in Washington and with it comes a bumper crop of slush and ice this week: Bill O’Reilly of FOX News had a testy interview with President Obama; the White House was cross about the news media’s handling … Continued

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Sochi Olympics: Openly gay journalist reports from the ground

With all the anticipation leading up to this year’s Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Journalists are finally on the ground and reporting back on what it’s like. This week on The Michelangelo Signorile Show, Charley Walters, an openly gay … Continued

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Clay Aiken explains why he’s running for Congress

Clay Aiken recently announced that he is running for Congress in North Carolina’s second district and, according to SiriusXM Progress host Ari Rabin-Havt, his announcement video was “one of the most impressive campaign announcements” he had ever seen. “Your personal … Continued

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Sochi talk curdles yet again: Chobani Yogurt denied access to Olympic games

With the 2014 Winter Olympic Games scheduled to begin tomorrow, host city Sochi, Russia is not only the town, but the talk of it too. The latest development is Chobani Yogurt’s denial of access to Sochi. The company is currently … Continued

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This Week On Demand: The Howard Stern Birthday Bash

It’s here: Howard Stern’s Birthday Bash, live from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Louis CK, Sarah Silverman, David Letterman, John Fogerty, Steven Tyler and Jon Bon Jovi will be at the event of the century (and according to our … Continued

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Lawmakers behaving badly: Julie Mason’s top political stories!

In ye olden times when the Republic was newish, the president delivered his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress in an atmosphere of solemnity, probity and sobriety. This year was more like a brawl. There … Continued

NEWS AND ISSUES, NFL

Henry Aaron: Why I support Richard Sherman

Richard Sherman has the support of a home run king. Henry Aaron, Major League Baseball Hall-of-Famer and former home run record holder, offered his support to Seattle Seahawks’ Richard Sherman following the corner back’s emotionally charged post-game interview. Aaron explains, … Continued